Great place to spend the night! Scrupulously clean and just across the street from a useful metro/subway station. The continental breakfast (with oversized bagels and decent American coffee) got us going, and the front desk and housekeeping staff were great!
This is a hidden gem! Clean, quiet, walking distance to many sights, across from a subway stop and next to Jake’s Irish Pub! Includes a complimentary bagel/muffin coffee breakfast. Very friendly staff. A budget tourist hotel that’s worth a stop. Can’t wait to come back!
For our 3 night/4 day stay, the Chelsea Savoy Hotel was an excellent choice. Hotel desk staff is friendly, efficient and welcoming. The rooms are big, by NY standards and very clean. The location is perfect. We walked to see Broadway shows. Hudson Yards to get on the High Line is also a short walk and an easy way to get to Little Island and the Meatpacking District. There is a market down the street as well as plenty of restaurants and a Whole Foods. If you are coming by train it's a short walk to the hotel which makes arrival and departure even easier. The value is excellent. I will be booking here again.
This hotel was perfect for our family of five (mom, dad, and three boys ages 10, 10, and 7) for four nights over Christmas. Location - There are three subway stops within one block, and a crosstown bus stop literally in front of the hotel. It took about 50 minutes to get there from LGA via public transit. Midtown and downtown are within easy reach via subway but far enough away to be quiet (by NYC standards) at night. There are markets and convenience stores within a two minutes walk. It's very much a neighborhood feel, as opposed to being in the middle of the tourist or business crowds. Room - We had a room with two double beds, and the staff was happy to accommodate our request for a rollaway for our 7-year-old. It was spacious by NYC standards (especially since we were five to the room). It had an iron and ironing board, small refrigerator, desk, phone, and TV with basic cable, and free WiFi. The bathroom was large and equipped with a hair dryer, plenty of towels, and good pressure in the tub/shower combo. Our room was on the sixth floor, which helped with some of the street noise (our boys were surprised by all the sirens in the big city at all hours). We played some white noise on our cell phone at bedtime which helped. The heater worked great. Amenities - The bagels and muffins in the lobby were plentiful. My only complaint is that I wished coffee service began a little earlier than 8 a.m. But there are coffee shops literally around the corner if you can't wait that long for your morning jolt. The staff was super friendly and the housekeepers always made sure to leave us extra towels since we had five people in our room. Value - The value was exceptional, especially given some of the rates being charged by the big chain hotels during the holiday season. There were no "resort fees" or any other funny business on our bill. If you're looking for fancy, this isn't it. But if you're looking for value and convenience, look no further. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat.…
Spent 4 nights here on an extended weekend getaway...rooms were clean, spacious (for NYC standards), breakfast was pastries and coffee, and subway was on the corner. Staff was friendly would definitely stay here again.
Rooms are basic, if even a bit rough. But everything worked (except one light switch I could not figure out, and wasn't sure if the window was supposed to open or not but I couldn't get it open) and it was clean. The blackout curtains were pretty torn in the room we stayed in but nothing a binder clip couldn't solve haha. But we're in NYC to see the sights, not sit in our room all day. This was perfect to relax and unwind. Bed was comfortable and pillows did NOT shrink like most hotels do (they look all fluffy and great but then can't hold the weight of your head, you know what I'm talking about). I did find a rather large, set stain on the bedding, and a couple smaller ones. Anyway, this place is a great location, literally right on top of the subway so you can hop on and go up or downtown immediately. Easy walking distance to the Highline to the West or the FlatIron Building/Harry Potter Store areas to the East. The front desk staff was very nice, and the free coffee, bagels and muffins were a nice perk (but if that doesn't float your boat, walk a half a block to anything for food!). I would definitely stay here again.…
Was looking for a safe and decent place to stay somewhat downtown. This was a fine place. Remember you are getting a 2 star hotel here which is basic and accomplishes the goal of having some space, decent bed/shower and a place to lay your head. The weather was nice, but suspect it would be cold in the winter as the windows are not the greatest. Perfectly happy and got what I expected and save a bundle of $$$$$.
Stayed three nights. Perfect location at corner of 23rd and 7th Ave,, right by #1 train, convenient to theatre district, was in town for three nights of Broadway. Able to walk to many attractions, such as Little Island, High Line, Morgan Library, Greenmarket. Clean, quiet (I had room in back) and very friendly staff. Complimentary breakfast and while I was skeptical of the coffee, being the coffee snob I am, was good and plentiful. Really liked the breakfast room, which was quite spacious with seating in window area with view of street. I've already booked two return trips to stay here. So glad I found it.
I was supposed to be there in August and had to cancel my trip at the last minute because of suspected Covid. I didn't know I had to call them to cancel I thought a no-show would be obvious. Other hotels in that trip refunding me completely. The rather snobbish and rude manager I talk to said it was insane to ask for a refund in September when the event happened in August. However I didn't know I had to call them to cancel officially when I was at the hospital being checked. And, I didn't know I was charged until my statement came in. They did not send me any sort of receipt by email to let me know I have been charged. Terrible service, horrible attitude by the "manager "
What a fantastic bargain right in Chelsea! This is a great little utilitarian hotel. It’s clean, the staff are friendly and courteous, and it’s convenient. The beds are a bit hard, but not awful. Would be nice if they provided coffee makers in the rooms, but there are plenty of places the get coffee in the neighborhood. On the plus side, they do provide a magnifying mirror on an arm in the bathroom, and I’ve stayed at higher-end hotels that neglect this. If you’re looking to stay in Manhattan and you don’t want to spend a lot, and you still want to be safe and clean, this place is for you.