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301 Wall St, Kingston, NY 12401-3819
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Koochooloo wrote a review Oct 2022
koocholoo24 contributions56 helpful votes
The first thing I want to say is that the Manager was nice and helpful upon checking in. Now having said that, I have nothing good to say. First, you may not stay at the primary property. At the time of checkin 12 pm there was no one there. We had to call the number and no answer. Finally someone showed up. This place has (I believe) 4 buildings in different locations and seems like 2 employees. We were sent to another building without anyone there. Just a key. No elevator so hope you have a small bag! Trying to call front desk at any time will not do you any good. The bed was soft and lopsided. There is a huge window by the shower so you don’t have privacy. Called 4 times over an hour to see if I could get upgrade and no reply. Left a message and they never called me back. Then after a few hours of checking out I got a $27 “destination fee”. I asked what does destination fee mean and was told for “amenities” What amenities????!!!!
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled on business
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Randy wrote a review Oct 2022
Albany, New York588 contributions191 helpful votes
Nice hotel, comfortable bed and room, close to historic downtown. Great breakfast. Room had nice touches that you don’t get with a big box hotel chain. I would recommend a stay if you are in or around the Kingston area. We had street parking available but lot parking is provided nearby.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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amy k wrote a review Sep 2022
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We stayed at Hotel Kinsley to celebrate my father’s 75th birthday. Our rooms were in the Fair Street location. I wish I had had a better understanding of how much walking and lack of coffee were involved before booking the rooms. I would have definitely booked a room in one of the other locations. If you plan to stay at the Fair Street location, check-in at the Wall Street location → drive to the parking lot on Pearl Street → walk .3 miles with luggage to the room on Fair Street (the entrance to the rooms is located to the left of the boutique clothing shop). The streets are mostly one-way which makes it a little tricky to drop off luggage before parking. A map would have been really helpful. Lounging in bed with a warm cup of coffee is not an option. There isn’t any coffee offered in the rooms or in the building so plan accordingly. Coffee is available after 7:30a in the other locations. The cost of the 2 bedrooms for 3 nights was over $2400 (incl taxes & destination fees). It seemed a little extravagant for the rooms. We did enjoy dinner at Lola’s and Restaurant Kinsley. Highly recommend both!
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Singap0reTraveller wrote a review Aug 2022
Singapore, Singapore200 contributions303 helpful votes
We booked a room at Pearl St and spent 4 nights. The room was generously sized and very well decorated. Loved the aesthetics of the hotel and the room. The breakfast was adequate. More warm food will be appreciated though. The location of the hotel is great. Located in a charming historic town meant great access to sights and good restaurants. A short drive brought us to really nice hiking trails. Only drawback of the room is really the traffic noise. It is located at a cross junction and noise does come through at early hours of the morning.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Jennie L wrote a review Jul 2022
Brooklyn, New York3 contributions1 helpful vote
When an airbnb fell through, I booked a room at Hotel Kinsley for the night. I was clear about what I wanted, a room with ventilation, and windows that opened. Based on that request, I booked a particular room that was available.When I got there, they said they'd upgraded me, but the room I was shown to didn't have what I'd asked for. Eventually they found me a GREAT room, but it would've been ideal if that had all been sorted out when I made the booking. The associate who sorted it out and helped me get my stuff into the room was a very nice person, and made up for the errors with good cheer and hospitality. The room (in the Pearl St. building) was comfortable, and the design very pleasant. It's a minimalist aesthetic, with a few well-chosen books, and some great design ideas (like putting the Samsung flat-screened TV on an artist's easel!) The bed was comfortable. The lighting was good and varied. The building has very nice 19th century detailing. I could see wanting to stay in that room for a longer stay sometime. I think, for what I paid, which is a lot for a hotel room anywhere, a really good breakfast ought to be included. Like, some cereal for people who don't eat gluten, some fruit? Yogurt? The three available things were nice, but some variety that accommodates different needs and tastes is appreciated when you're paying the same price for a hotel room you might pay in NYC or London or Tokyo. (The options were: two kinds of small muffins, boiled eggs, and orange juice. That was it!) I would absolutely return, but maybe off-season, if the prices are different then. I get that this is a luxury hotel, and that's how it's presented and branded, but it's not so meticulous or so perfect or so unusual that some more attention to detail in making a booking, and a higher level of hospitality in the area of an included breakfast wouldn't merit (for me) a higher rating. It also could be that the hotel is aimed solely at people for whom money is no object, but it wasn't that full on a weekend in the summer, and, although I definitely don't have an MBA, or experience in managing hotels, I wonder if prices were set 20-25% lower the uptick in bookings might swiftly make up for the lower prices?
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Date of stay: July 2022
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poodledoop wrote a review Jul 2022
MA328 contributions228 helpful votes
Nice rooms, large and comfortable. Nice breakfast with limited foods but all high quality. Comfortable bed and good bathroom. Hallway carpets need better cleaning and the elevator was broken the whole time we were there (several days)..
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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jupiterman3000 wrote a review Jul 2022
Knoxville, Tennessee131 contributions43 helpful votes
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As part of a road trip along the Hudson Valley, I had not intended to stay in Kingston but came across this boutique hotel and thought it would be a nice detour. The room was spacious and had great decorative touches. Nice fixtures with bathroom and overall welcoming room for relaxation. Hotel bar is small but had wonderful list of cocktails which were a perfect antidote to a long day of driving. The attached restaurant was a nice experience as well.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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BBCNY wrote a review Jun 2022
Jersey City, New Jersey110 contributions90 helpful votes
It’s a little hard to review this hotel because we stayed here during the height of covid and much in the town was closed. Our room at the Kinsley was a little oasis and very comfortable. We liked the little touches in the room and the quirkiness of the public spaces. Unfortunately, we did not try the restaurant because it was closed during our stay. Looking forward to going back now that things are more normal. One tip is I would avoid staying in a room that over looks the alleyway; the town garbage truck comes early and woke me up.
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Date of stay: November 2021
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Response from John Menne, General Manager at Hotel Kinsley
Responded 16 Jun 2022
Thank you for staying with us at Hotel Kinsley. We're so happy you found the room comfortable! It's too bad the restaurant was closed during your stay. It is now open 6 days a week. I'm not sure when your stay was, but with the pandemic receding, more and more businesses are expanding their hours. We hope you can come stay with us again soon!
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Leslie F wrote a review Jun 2022
Asheville, North Carolina15 contributions4 helpful votes
We stayed in the Pearl St. location - utterly charming. We'd booked a "deluxe King" but they couldn't accommodate us at the main building when we arrived, so they upgraded us to a larger room on Pearl St. Wow! The building is stunning, with a large lounge decorated in jewel tone velvets and mid century modern furniture. The room had the same vibe. Vintage furniture, bold colours, fabulous art on the walls - stunning marble bathroom with quality fixutres (beautiful brass faucets and towel bars). Everything is well thought out. Wonderful restaurant at the main building with lovely indoor and outdoor dining spaces. Menu is great - including really fantastic non alcoholic cocktails, if you are into that. Outstanding food on the menu as well. Can't say enough about how great this property is. We'll be back!
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Response from John Menne, General Manager at Hotel Kinsley
Responded 13 Jun 2022
Thank you so much for staying with us. We're so happy to read that you were happy with the upgrade, the decor and the restaurant. We look forward to having you back!
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yankeetravels27 wrote a review Nov 2021
New York City, New York110 contributions115 helpful votes
Incredibly cute hotel that used to be an old bank. They did an amazing job of keeping the old details such as the vault doors. We stayed at the main building and had an incredible room with high ceilings and a wonderful heated bathroom floor! We didn't dine in the restaurant but we did have a drink at the bar which was great. It's walking distance to tons of great shops and restaurants. There was a small gym in the other building about a 5 minute walk away which had free weights and a couple of treadmills.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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US$222 - US$353 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNew YorkCatskill RegionKingston
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Kinsley
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Kinsley?
Nearby attractions include Kingston Uptown Historic District (0.2 km), Old Dutch Church (0.2 km), and Senate House State Historic Site (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Kinsley?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Kinsley?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Kinsley?
Yes, street parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Kinsley?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Canard Enchaine, Hoffman House, and Deising's Bakery, Restaurant, and Catering.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Kinsley?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wilderstein Historic Site (7.8 km), Senate House State Historic Site (0.1 km), and Hutton Brickyards (4.3 km).