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The room was the most basic room I have ever stayed in but there is lots to do in the area. The staff was quite pleasant. There were no fringes.They do have a small area for coffee in the morning.
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Arrived here in the afternoon before check in started and the hotel kept our bags for us whilst we went and did a bit of exploring! When we came back to check in our room was ready and we got given our key, I had...More
I was slightly appalled at how small the room was. It was nearly claustrophobic. We were allotted the wrong room with a very poor view and it was way below our expectation. The room in itself was clean but it was very basic and is...More
Second actual time staying in NYC (third time visiting). I wanted us to stay away from the tourist trap areas of Time Square/ Central Park. The location of the hotel was great, everywhere that we went to was in walking distance. If it wasn't, we...More
The Orchard Street Hotel is in a great area on the lower east side full of restaurants and nightlife. Comfy beds, immaculate clean rooms & the best shower water pressure in all of Manhattan, seriously! Rooms are smallish, though who stays in their room with...More
Straddling the bridge between New York’s thriving immigrant past and its modern transformation into a beacon of global art and culture, the Lower East Side is one of the most dynamic neighbourhoods in the city. The blocks of tenements that represented the promise and blight of the Lower East Side immigrant experience now command top dollar for new residents. Right next to old-world delis, 24-hour bodegas, and the garment
shops of Orchard Street, you’ll find hip clubs, fashionable bistros, and luxury hotels beckoning at all hours of the evening. If you love nightlife and live music, it’s hard to beat the scene here.