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The website pictures tell all for the Chelsea Savoy Hotel. Hotel was more than adequate. A little dated, but clean and comfortable, price was affordable. TV, desk, small refrigerator, thick towels, hair dryer, closet, etc. Perfect location with subway stairs a few steps away for...More
The hotel was clean, neat and orderly. It was older and could have used some updating. Pillows were terrible but the customer service was excellent. The continental breakfast included in the room rate was poor. Coffee, bagels and muffins only. No toaster and no juices,...More
This a hidden gem in Chelsea. Small 6 floors,clean good size rooms staff top notch a breakfast area with coffee, tea, hot chocloate bagels muffins and plenty of seating. free internet 10 short blocks to broadway. Will be staying again next year. Its not 5...More
Stayed here for 4 nights recently. Not the most modern of decors but that adds to it's charm. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
Rooms were a good size and clean and comfortable with daily room service. Air conditioned with sheer and blackout curtains. Can...More
Not the most updated decor, but clean and in a great location. I was there 3 nights and the room was always in great condition when I returned after meetings each day. I recommend, unless you need a lot of frills.
US$137 - US$261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#44 Best Value Hotel in New York City
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