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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 7094 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great location, but some attention to detail missing
Stay Date: 05/2018, Matthew M wrote this review.
The location is incredibly convenient, and the wood-paneled walls in the rooms are an intriguing touch. However, everything in the hotel felt a little bit shabby. - after our first night we did not get new wash cloths, we had to request them - one s… See more
The location is incredibly convenient, and the wood-paneled walls in the rooms are an intriguing touch. However, everything in the hotel felt a little bit shabby. - after our first night we did not get new wash cloths, we had to request them - one side of the bed was missing a light - the battery in our door key died - the desk lamp was unbelievably dusty - the refrigerator did not appear to work We chose this hotel for location and price, and it was still a much better deal than other hotels in NYC that weekend. However, I would not call this a 4 star hotel given the missing attention to detail. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, James G wrote this review.
Great location, close to Central Park, a nice shopping centre and a short walk to Times Square/Broadway theatres. Great burger place in reception Wasn’t overly impressed though. -No free wifi in room -No fridge/kettle - however I have now learn… See more
Great location, close to Central Park, a nice shopping centre and a short walk to Times Square/Broadway theatres. Great burger place in reception Wasn’t overly impressed though. -No free wifi in room -No fridge/kettle - however I have now learnt this isn’t uncommon for USA hotels -ABSOLUTELY TINY rooms - my one in a budget Japan hotel was bigger than this -I would imagine most people who attend this hotel would be bringing luggage? Well there’s no place to store more than 1 case... -some people have written about the bathroom being small, I didn’t find it too small for one person to be in there at once, my disappointment with the bathroom was the fact there was hair (obviously from various regions) in the shower from the last guest... -any item of clothing that ended up on the floor in the room seemed to end up covered in hair and dust -the windows and walls seem to be paper thin and anything that happened outside was easily heard (even on the 16th floor) -there was a place for a curtain across from the bed to the hall where the door is (obviously to block out the light from the outside the door) however the actual curtain was missing even though the curtain rod was there - same went for behind the bed...there was a roller and chain for a blackout blind but the blind was not there? The worst thing though by far was that we were issued with a key and sent to the wrong room which was someone else’s..:this was immediately rectified but no apology just handed the room cards back and said ‘try this room instead’ Other than that had friendly staff upon checkout This hotel would be fine for a night or two for a single person but it should be a LOT cheaper for what you get Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, weezie O wrote this review.
If you are thinking of booking this hotel, don’t. Two main things that should be good in a hotel- bed and shower. Both were bad. Bed was horribly uncomfortable and the shower head was a total mess! It did not work correctly at all and I could barely … See more
If you are thinking of booking this hotel, don’t. Two main things that should be good in a hotel- bed and shower. Both were bad. Bed was horribly uncomfortable and the shower head was a total mess! It did not work correctly at all and I could barely shower. It does feel old. Only thing going for this hotel is location and a nice lobby. Will not return. Think twice even if you find a deal. Collapse
Perfect location, solo traveler approved
Stay Date: 05/2018, marissaosman wrote this review.
I’m a solo female traveler. I booked this hotel though Orbitz along with my flight, otherwise I would have never been able to afford to stay here. I was terrified of the reviews, but most of them were about how small the rooms were, which didn’t matt… See more
I’m a solo female traveler. I booked this hotel though Orbitz along with my flight, otherwise I would have never been able to afford to stay here. I was terrified of the reviews, but most of them were about how small the rooms were, which didn’t matter to me. Pros: You literally could not ask for a better location. It’s a fifteen minute walk to Times Square and just steps from Central Park and Columbus Circle. The room was super tiny, but it was all I needed as a solo traveler. It was clean; I’m always worried about bugs and I have terrible allergies but the room was just fine. It looks like it’s been recently renovated! (But also... it looks old? I don’t know how. For example, the bathroom looks new, but the tile looks kind of dingy. The floor is nice, but there was a chunk of hardwood missing. But I didn’t mind, because I wasn’t in there for more than a shower and to sleep.) The front desk staff were very nice and helpful. Cons: There is no ice bucket in the room. My biggest complain is how there was no lighting at all in the room. Only the bathroom had lights. I asked for a lamp at the front desk and the guy was very helpful but said even though he requested one be brought to me, he doubted it would. He was right; one never showed up. But I wasn’t in my room much other than to shower and sleep so I didn’t make a big deal out f it. I was unimpressed with the housekeeping (they knocked my toothbrush over from where it was propped up and barely made the bed). To me, the pros (clean, perfect location) outweigh the cons (dark, mediocre housekeeping). It is NOT as bad as some of the reviews suggest. Overall, I highly recommend this hotel if you can get it as a deal, and are traveling solo. Collapse
Probably the worst hotel ever by all metrics
Stay Date: 05/2018, Bernard V wrote this review.
I get it. You are looking through reviews, trying to distinguish what’s true and what’s overwrought paranoid hyper-critical nitpick. I was doing exactly the same thing a couple weeks ago. And the Hudson Hotel had some bad reviews, sure, but it als… See more
I get it. You are looking through reviews, trying to distinguish what’s true and what’s overwrought paranoid hyper-critical nitpick. I was doing exactly the same thing a couple weeks ago. And the Hudson Hotel had some bad reviews, sure, but it also had some good ones, and this is New York, not Bucharest, so how bad could it be? So we booked it. One night in, the worst hotel experience of my life (my wife and I, while not wealthy by a long shot, are comfortable enough that we can afford to travel fairly regularly). When we arrived (as I see others are currently noting in recent reviews), we were told that we hadn’t booked correctly and there wasn’t enough room to accommodate our daughter. After some time the manager (Solomon, who truly was very nice and helpful – credit where it’s due) found us a room with two double beds so all three of us didn’t have to pile into one. $100 extra a night of course. So we went up to our room on the 11th floor. Being an old hotel, apparently the cheap 60s period windows, dilapidated as they are, were never replaced. Someone had stuffed tissue in one of them, in a vain attempt to block the street sound (I didn’t notice this until the next morning, when I … I was going to say woke up, but falling asleep is a prerequisite for that). I used to live in NYC. We’ve visited many times and stayed in many hotels, some new, some older (the Empire Hotel is old, but grand and lovely). Of course the street sound is loud, but usually the windows block some of the sound. Not here. So loud that none of us could sleep more than 5 minutes straight (and on the 11th floor…). Further, the bathroom is also straight out of the 60s, back when apparently people didn’t need toilet bowls larger that a dinner plate. The shower water pressure (in the old cracked paint tub, not big enough to drown a mouse in) was morose; perhaps it didn’t get enough sleep last night either. Other points, let’s see, there is no refrigerator, even one of those little tiny ones where you are fortunate if you could stack two small water bottles side by side, the wall shelves were missing a leaf, the shower head was rusty, the electrical outlets are ancient - but now I am nitpicking. Anything positive at all? The wooden paneling on the walls was pretty, if you don't look too closely. I wouldn’t stay here again if it were free. Now to try to find a different hotel for the remainder of our trip. One more note, how – on any continent on this planet – does this hotel qualify for being rated a 4-star hotel (on priceline and similar websites)? 2 stars would be a kindness. 4 stars is fantasy. Collapse
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