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The Hudson Hotel is centrally located in New York, close to Central Park and Columbus Circle, only 2 blocks away from the excitement of Broadway. Located in midtown New York, Hudson Hotel is a brilliant reflection of the boldness and diversity of the city. Urban adventure, daredevil design, and true affordability meet in Hudson Hotel, the ultimate lifestyle hotel for the 21st century. Hudson Hotel features 24-hour concierge service, a gym and rooms with flat-screen cable TVs.
The Hudson Bar features a night club while The Sky Terrance offers rooftop views of the city and the Hudson River. Guests will find billiards and public computers in the Library Bar. The on-site Hudson Hall restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Room service is also available.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Name: 57th Street
- Distance: 0.5 miles
- Name: LaGuardia Airport
- Distance: 10.5 miles
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: 57Th Street Distance: 0.5 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Laguardia Airport Distance: 10.5 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 6307 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Hidden gem with great staff
Stay Date: 08/2017, Larry C wrote this review.
My cousin and I stayed here for 4 nights. I will say the rooms are smaller than what I am used to, but if what you want is somewhere decent to lay your head at the end of the day walking around NY, don't let that dissuade you from this place. The Uma… See more
My cousin and I stayed here for 4 nights. I will say the rooms are smaller than what I am used to, but if what you want is somewhere decent to lay your head at the end of the day walking around NY, don't let that dissuade you from this place. The Umami bar / restaurant is a nice chilled hang out spot, the library bar also provides great ambiance, but the gem of their bars is the rooftop bar! Great views of New York, and if you're there in summer, then you get to enjoy the weather!! For me, what really made this stay extra special was the staff! From our arrival, they couldn't do enough for us! We had booking issues (British Airways fault, not theirs), rather than leave us high and dry knowing it wasn't their fault, they still went out of their way to try to accommodate us and provide compensation to make up for BA's error! The stand out staff have to be Demetrius, Jade, Sibelia and Avalon!!!! Management, if you read this, they really deserve commendation. Every day, they made us feel welcome, provided us with guides and tips on places around the city to go to, entertainment, and a very welcoming feel overall. If I stay there again, I hope they are still there! Collapse
Great location, dreadful hotel
Stay Date: 08/2017, Ryan T wrote this review.
First the good. The location is great, about a one minute walk from Columbus Circle, 5 minutes from Lincoln Centre and just around the corner from 8th Avenue taking you downtown towards Times Square. Lots of places to eat nearby. The lobby areas look… See more
First the good. The location is great, about a one minute walk from Columbus Circle, 5 minutes from Lincoln Centre and just around the corner from 8th Avenue taking you downtown towards Times Square. Lots of places to eat nearby. The lobby areas look great and some of the reception staff are nice (although some of the others make it seem like you're interrupting their day). The rooms are small (which isn't much of a problem because you won't be staying in them much in New York) but they are dark. Really dark with dark wood panelling in the room. So dark in fact that even the lighting in the room doesn't help. There are also very few plug sockets in the room so in order to plug something in (to charge your phone etc) you have to unplug a lamp to do so, making it even darker. The finishing in the room is appalling, I am surprised that Philippe Starck has put his name to it. It looks like a half finished DIY job. The air conditioning sounds like a jet taking off so you can't have it on while you're in the room. There is also a really loud humming noise outside so you can't open the window either. Make sure you take earplugs unless you are a really heavy sleeper. The room is kept very clean by housekeeping and everything replenished without asking. Don't bother with booking breakfast with your room, it's not worth the money. There are plenty of great options nearby and the food will be much better than in the hotel. There is a buffet service where everything is served on cardboard plates. It's like a hostel or even worse, a prison. Not sure of the star rating for this hotel but I'd say it was a budget 3 star, perhaps equivalent to a Premier Inn or something like that. Compared to a chain like a Scandic or Radisson Blu, there is no comparison. It's probably the most disappointing hotel I've ever stayed in and not worth the price charged. I'm sure there are much better options in New York. Collapse
Great location but who gave them all the grey paint ?
Stay Date: 08/2017, Karin H wrote this review.
Hudson Hotel in is a great location near to Columbus Circle but on a quieter road. You arrive up a neon yellow escalator which hints at some of the decor. On arrival at the huge reception desk we were told our room wasn't quite ready yet, but the r… See more
Hudson Hotel in is a great location near to Columbus Circle but on a quieter road. You arrive up a neon yellow escalator which hints at some of the decor. On arrival at the huge reception desk we were told our room wasn't quite ready yet, but the receptionist gave us vouchers for 2 free cocktails for the bar behind whilst we waited. The outdoor bar had quirky chairs and tables and was an interesting place to sit. Our room was spacious, two comfortable double beds. The bathroom large. But not quite enough storage for 2 people let alone a potential 4. But the corridors were weird. I'm sure they think they're quirky, but a dark grey wall with lime green bedroom doors is just odd and gloomy. Air con very effective but noisy, so we switched it off at night. The other outdoor bar on the 15th floor is great for watching sunsets whilst drinking a cocktail. Often when we returned to the hotel at night there was loud music coming from one of the bars, but the sound doesn't echo around the rest of the hotel. Also, on a Sunday evening, all the bars shut at 10pm. No alcohol after that which was annoying when you felt like a night cap and unheard of in the UK. All in all, it was a nice hotel, with great staff, but please change the corridor wall colours Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, nonaIsrael wrote this review.
we chose the hotel based on info on line/ as we expected the location is great/ getting down and up the subway were easy and comfortable after discovering the way via the building/ the roomand bathroom were tiny (as expected) and clean/ I cannot u… See more
we chose the hotel based on info on line/ as we expected the location is great/ getting down and up the subway were easy and comfortable after discovering the way via the building/ the roomand bathroom were tiny (as expected) and clean/ I cannot understand the color choice of dark brown for small rooms nor the bath thaat takes most of the space in the bathroom/ I am sure most of the clients would prefer spacious shower. And why are the corridors in battleship gray ? Otherwise no complaints, the staff was helpful and efficient/ Collapse
Very small rooms, but you are not in New York to sleep!
Stay Date: 09/2016, Sarah H wrote this review.
I am used to camping and caravanning and hotels are just used when I am on city breaks; saying that the room, bed and bathroom were very small even for a seasoned camper (in fact my tent is bigger!). The bathroom takes some negotiation to not knock … See more
I am used to camping and caravanning and hotels are just used when I am on city breaks; saying that the room, bed and bathroom were very small even for a seasoned camper (in fact my tent is bigger!). The bathroom takes some negotiation to not knock yourself and there is no kettle etc (I always take one); however, there is a fridge. What makes the Hudson is the location.......next to Central Park, a short walk to Broadway and Hells Kitchen etc. You can also get the subway there from the airport so saving dollars! I have stayed here twice as part of a deal - the first time I got free breakfast, the second time not, also had some issues with Wi-Fi (which was not free). However, the buzz of the hotel, clean space and common areas make up for this. If you are only using this as a base, it is ideal and you can sae money as you are so close you can walk to everything! Small dollar pizza shop next door and a supermarket nearby for essentials. Collapse
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