Hotels in nyc chelsea area

Hotels in nyc chelsea area DEFAULT

The Hilton Garden Inn New York/Manhattan-Chelsea hotel is perfectly located in New York's Flower and very chic Chelsea district, just south of Times Square. Convenient to Penn Station, Grand Central Station, all subway lines and the 3 area airports La Guardia, Newark and JFK international. As our guest, you will be central to all the sights and sounds of New York City's night life, award-winning restaurants, museums, Chelsea Pier, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Tribeca, the Garment Center and the famous Broadway. This hotel features 169 new guest rooms and is an easy walk to many businesses and area attractions including: Madison Square Garden, Empire State Building, Times Square, Macy's, 34th Street Shopping District and Wholesale Merchandise Mart, Jacob Javits Convention Center, Fashion Institute of Technology, Flat Iron Building. The hotel has outstanding quality services and amenities as listed below: King beds with the Garden Sleep System or two Queen beds, 32" HD Flat Panel TV's with over 200 channels, Spacious guest room with a mini refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, Complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access, Complimentary morning coffee, tea and USA Today, Iron, Ironing board, and hair dryer, Large work desk with the exclusive Herman Miller Mirra Chair, Remote printing from guest room to business center, Business center fully equipped with 2 computer stations, printer, Fax and copier, Fitness center available 24/7 with free weights and cardio equipment, Full American Breakfast buffet available daily, Lunch and dinner can be ordered as room service, Receive Hilton HHonors points where applicable. On your next trip to New York City, make your hotel reservations at the Hilton Garden Inn New York/Chelsea hotel. ***** Everything. Right where you need it. *****

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Chelsea New York Boutique Hotels

  • Located in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood, this hotel is across from Chelsea Market and less than 1 km from Chelsea Piers. Nautical-themed rooms offer free WiFi. A minibar and iPod docking s... read more
  • The Gothic-influenced rooms, with complimentary WiFi and international phone calls, have wood floors with antique rugs, vintage furniture and flat-screen TVs. Deluxe rooms & suites add sitting area... read more
  • Hotel Hayden is set in the Chelsea district in New York, 483 metres from Madison Square Garden and 644 metres from Macy's. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. A flat-screen TV with cable chan... read more
  • Dream Downtown is a New York City lifestyle hotel with an emphasis on service and after-dark possibilities. Extraordinary in design and unique in character the hotel offers everything todays urban ... read more
  • Boasting an outdoor rooftop pool in the summer which turns intimate lounge in the winter, 2 gourmet restaurants and modern rooms with city views is this 4-star hotel. It is centrally located in the... read more
  • This boutique hotel in Manhattan features a restaurant, gym and studios or suites with full kitchens. Stewart Hotel is 322 metres from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden. A flat-screen satelli... read more

Other boutique hotels near Chelsea

  • Featuring a rooftop space with a heated year-round pool, bar and lounge, Gansevoort Meatpacking is located in New York, 350 metres from the Whitney Museum of American Art. Guests can enjoy free WiF... read more
  • Featuring a terrace, MADE Hotel is set in New York, 600 metres from Empire State Building. This 4-star hotel offers a bar. Free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk are featured. At the hotel, select roo... read more
  • This boutique hotel is located in the center of Manhattan, only a 10-minute walk to Madison Square Garden. The hotel features two on-site restaurants, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk. Each uni... read more
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Best hotels & accommodations in Chelsea

Stewart Hotel

We had a spacious 1 bedroom suite with two bathrooms and a small kitchen for a family with small kids. The room was great, the staff very friendly and the location next to Penn station and close.to Chelsea Highline is excellent. The printer at the lobby was out of service for a whole day. We were able to print using the front desk email. Also the hotel has a ramp for s...

We had a spacious 1 bedroom suite with two bathrooms and a small kitchen for a family with small kids. The room was great, the staff very friendly and the location next to Penn station and close.to Chelsea Highline is excellent. The printer at the lobby was out of service for a whole day. We were able to print using the front desk email. Also the hotel has a ramp for strollers and accessibility, but it was only deployed one day out of the week we spent.

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Offir, Israel

Sonder at Flatiron

got a great last minute deal on agoda for this 4 star hotel on broadway in Chelsea....exceptional friendly staff, a great on-site restaurant and really spacious rooms with some cool gadgets to make life easier. Highly recommended.

Nicholas, Australia

Hotel Pennsylvania

We booked for another week! Check-in was fast, efficient & front desk staff (Maria) was very friendly and helpful. Room was terrific; very clean, lots of closet space, refrigerator, cable TV, spacious, the view from each window was spectacular and we were on the 7th floor! Hotel restaurants; food was great, staff was friendly and efficient. Hotel is across the street f...

We booked for another week! Check-in was fast, efficient & front desk staff (Maria) was very friendly and helpful. Room was terrific; very clean, lots of closet space, refrigerator, cable TV, spacious, the view from each window was spectacular and we were on the 7th floor! Hotel restaurants; food was great, staff was friendly and efficient. Hotel is across the street from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station (train). Walking distance to numerous restaurants, Empire State Bldg, stores, etc. great, great location! Hallway rug was dirty and smelly, but the rooms are very fresh and clean. Several elevators, so you don't have to wait. First floor is usually crowded, but this is a large hotel with lots of rooms and the helpful staff keep everyone moving along. No complaints!

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Lani, United States

The Gem Hotel - Chelsea

It was located in Chelsea, one of the hip neighborhoods with nearby cafes, restaurants and cute boutique stores. You can easily walk to some attractions like the high line, the Chelsea market, the west village, flatiron district, Madison square park, Washington square park and maybe even Soho. It’s right beside Foragers where you can have a good healthy meal and mayb...

It was located in Chelsea, one of the hip neighborhoods with nearby cafes, restaurants and cute boutique stores. You can easily walk to some attractions like the high line, the Chelsea market, the west village, flatiron district, Madison square park, Washington square park and maybe even Soho. It’s right beside Foragers where you can have a good healthy meal and maybe even buy a healthy snack to take home. The staff were helpful and very approachable. The breakfast were mostly bread and pastries (the almond croissant was really good though) but at least they have coffee and lots of apples. If you’re keen on having an acai bowl, there’s one just across the hotel. There’s a subway a few minutes walk from the hotel. The rooms were small and basic but was comfortable enough for me and my husband plus a toddler.

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Patricia, Philippines

Entrance

Stayed 4 days in 309 hotel,2 through hurricane Sandy (lost power in the last 2.The position of the hotel is its greatest feature if you enjoy the best food,who doesn"t. 1minute to Chelsea food market which has the cheapest and best lobsters in New York,and 10 mins walk to 23 street to the Italian eatery (Eaterly) as its called which also has the finest food anyone will...

Stayed 4 days in 309 hotel,2 through hurricane Sandy (lost power in the last 2.The position of the hotel is its greatest feature if you enjoy the best food,who doesn"t. 1minute to Chelsea food market which has the cheapest and best lobsters in New York,and 10 mins walk to 23 street to the Italian eatery (Eaterly) as its called which also has the finest food anyone will enjoy. The hotel itself is quite old,but for ourselves it great, we chose the shared bathroom option,usually 2 on each level and only meters from each room.This was ok for us as they were always clean,but you can have your own for maybe $50 dollars more per night.Metro station is also only 1 minute walk,so hop on the transit system because its the cheapest and best way to see anything(Get the full size metro map at any station with a person selling rail tickets.

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Hans, Australia

Bar

This hotel is in the middle of the flower district so it was pleasant each day walking past flowers and palm trees. There is a subway stop at the end of each corner of the block. The only drawback was one of the reasons I booked this hotel instead of others is because of the rooftop bar. This was closed the entire week we were there. I was told the rooftop bar is ...

This hotel is in the middle of the flower district so it was pleasant each day walking past flowers and palm trees. There is a subway stop at the end of each corner of the block. The only drawback was one of the reasons I booked this hotel instead of others is because of the rooftop bar. This was closed the entire week we were there. I was told the rooftop bar is operated separately from the hotel so they had no control over it.

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Denise, United States

Exterior view

We had a great long weekend in New York at The Cambria Chelsea - for first time visitors to New York from England and Canada it was a perfect central location - with an easy walk to all the attractions and sights but just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square. The roof top lounge had amazing views both in the day and night and all staff were very...

We had a great long weekend in New York at The Cambria Chelsea - for first time visitors to New York from England and Canada it was a perfect central location - with an easy walk to all the attractions and sights but just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square. The roof top lounge had amazing views both in the day and night and all staff were very helpful and friendly indeed. The beds were very comfortable after a long day of sightseeing. The bathroom was a little tight but certainly adequate for the four of us to use. I would definitely recommend The Cambria Chelsea as a place to stay whilst in NYC for comfort, location and value for money.

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CAROLINE, Canada

Guestroom

We made reservations here for a Christmas time reunion... we booked our rooms seperately.. I booked a king size and she booked... on another site.. a queen size... my room was small but on the garden side of the hotel. I’ve stayed here several times and each time have had plumbing issues. Even after the sink was replaced, the leak fixed, the tub took forever to drain. ...

We made reservations here for a Christmas time reunion... we booked our rooms seperately.. I booked a king size and she booked... on another site.. a queen size... my room was small but on the garden side of the hotel. I’ve stayed here several times and each time have had plumbing issues. Even after the sink was replaced, the leak fixed, the tub took forever to drain. While the location is great and the staff friendly it is just not comfortable. The lobby area Is always packed with no place to sit. The hotel is dog friendly So to even find a place to stand you have to compete with dogs! Then there was “an event” as the front desk called it.. the music went on blasting till 11:30 pm and the partygoers then went out in the garden till 12:30 and were louder than the music. And constantly slammed the door ... ughhhhh! Oh and my friends queen room had no closet ... no closet and was on the street and she payed 1/3 more per night for the room! Don’t stay here. but book w Agoda

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Magdalene, United States

Chelsea Inn

Due to quite a number of baggages, we requested to move to lower floor if possible. It’s not confirmed immediately but reception said would help to arrange, finally we could get the room on the ground floor. We were so happy!! And we reached the hotel in the early morning, it’s really kind of hotel staff asked us to go to the lounge room for a nap. Coffee, tea, water,...

Due to quite a number of baggages, we requested to move to lower floor if possible. It’s not confirmed immediately but reception said would help to arrange, finally we could get the room on the ground floor. We were so happy!! And we reached the hotel in the early morning, it’s really kind of hotel staff asked us to go to the lounge room for a nap. Coffee, tea, water, etc are available, we had a good time there to take some more rest before going out for shopping :) Chelsea Inn is a cool hotel to stay in NYC!

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Kit, Hong Kong SAR, China

Exterior view

Dream Downtown is a great, swanky hotel in the heart of Meatpacking. Great location, great staff (Doormen, front desk and the concierge are all great) and clean & well thought out rooms. You have Chelsea Market next door, PHD, Whitney Museum, Highline, Standard and Gansevoort Hotel all within 5 min. I would highly recommend to anybody.

sonny, Singapore

Hampton Inn Madison Square Garden Area

Perfect location! 5 star service! Coffee and tea available 24h. Breakfast is simple but enough for a good start of the day! At the end of the day they offer free cookies and in the beginning of the day they offer a small package with a sandwich to take with you. Rooms are big and clean! Safe box available and bathroom with all the necessary amenities. Stay in this hot...

Perfect location! 5 star service! Coffee and tea available 24h. Breakfast is simple but enough for a good start of the day! At the end of the day they offer free cookies and in the beginning of the day they offer a small package with a sandwich to take with you. Rooms are big and clean! Safe box available and bathroom with all the necessary amenities. Stay in this hotel, when in NYC!!! It's a perfect choice!!!

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Nuno, Portugal

Hampton Inn Chelsea Hotel

Handy hotel between High Line and Flatiron Building in Chelsea. Room nice, staff very friendly, breakfast fine. All good.

Keith, United Kingdom

Entrance

Nice hotel. Small but cozy rooms. Awesome location in Chelsea. Amazing rooftop terrace bar and club and really nice restaurant downstairs. Only con though, it does not seem logic to pay extra $14 per day for wireless internet. Service up to Hilton standards and way above NYC average...

Alvaro, Spain

Lobby

The hotel location was convenient, staffs were extremely friendly, the only downside was for some reason only 1 lift working out of the 3 at the time we stayed (especially around check out time, we had to wait 30+min, but regardless, I am open to staying at this hotel again in the future because every single staff was willing to help out and was super friendly (very ra...

The hotel location was convenient, staffs were extremely friendly, the only downside was for some reason only 1 lift working out of the 3 at the time we stayed (especially around check out time, we had to wait 30+min, but regardless, I am open to staying at this hotel again in the future because every single staff was willing to help out and was super friendly (very rare in NYC)

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Dillon, Hong Kong SAR, China

Facilities

Pros: Great location, 5 minute walk from Penn Station Close to Empire State Building, Flatiron building and Central Park Staff was friendly and accommodating Good value for the price we paid Cons: Small room (about 200 sq. Ft)which was expected in NY city, but tough to fit all our luggage’s and have room to walk through the room (we were a family of four, traveling ...

Pros: Great location, 5 minute walk from Penn Station Close to Empire State Building, Flatiron building and Central Park Staff was friendly and accommodating Good value for the price we paid Cons: Small room (about 200 sq. Ft)which was expected in NY city, but tough to fit all our luggage’s and have room to walk through the room (we were a family of four, traveling with two children). The Air Conditioning unit was finicky, either too hot or cold in the room. Too hard to maintain a good comfortable temperature. Construction nearby was a bit noisy but not being done excessively early or late. Overall I rate the property a 4/5 stars, a great value and location and I look forward to staying there again in the future.

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Kevin, United States

Exterior view

We had a wonderful time visiting NY city and the comfort and convenience of our room at the Chelsea Garden Hilton added to our enjoyment.

Adrianne, United States

Holiday Inn Manhattan 6th Ave - Chelsea

Although the rooms were smaller than I expected, it was sufficient for me and my 2 children (teenagers). The bed was super comfy and they had a good range of pillows (firm and soft) on the bed. According to their room guide, you can ask for other types of pillows if you didn't like those on the bed (foam maybe?). The heater/aircon in the room worked really well. And t...

Although the rooms were smaller than I expected, it was sufficient for me and my 2 children (teenagers). The bed was super comfy and they had a good range of pillows (firm and soft) on the bed. According to their room guide, you can ask for other types of pillows if you didn't like those on the bed (foam maybe?). The heater/aircon in the room worked really well. And the view of the rooftops from the window was picturesque, especially after snow fall. The bathroom was compact but complete. Hot water worked well and the water pressure was good. Their hair dryer (mounted on true wall) was good too. My only point of improvement for the Holiday Inn would be their restaurant/coffee shop. The one time we ate there (9am), they closed the kitchen and didn't tell us that our last order wasn't placed (because of the closed kitchen). So we were waiting for nothing. The food quality though was excellent. The pancakes fluffy and the French toast perfect. The bacon was perfection.

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Frances, Philippines

Doubletree Hotel New York City Chelsea

I strongly recommend you this Hotel. They are polite and kind especially I thank to concierge man. when I was traveling New York for 2weeks. I stayed lots of Hotel, there was very expensive Hotel. Some Hotel, I am not satisfying their service even to be uncomfortable even though I paid about 500$ per day. I can not use English but I am writing this review to send my t...

I strongly recommend you this Hotel. They are polite and kind especially I thank to concierge man. when I was traveling New York for 2weeks. I stayed lots of Hotel, there was very expensive Hotel. Some Hotel, I am not satisfying their service even to be uncomfortable even though I paid about 500$ per day. I can not use English but I am writing this review to send my thank to them.

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JAECHEON, United States

Chelsea Cabins New York

This type of accommodation wll not be for everyone, but for me it was really great. The shining star that I want to comment about first is Breakfast. It is just superb. It is a meat-free menu but it's a 10 out of 10 from me. Cereals, different breads, meat free toppings, fresh organic fruit, Ground coffee. Provides a great start to the day. Staff are, by and large, hel...

This type of accommodation wll not be for everyone, but for me it was really great. The shining star that I want to comment about first is Breakfast. It is just superb. It is a meat-free menu but it's a 10 out of 10 from me. Cereals, different breads, meat free toppings, fresh organic fruit, Ground coffee. Provides a great start to the day. Staff are, by and large, helpful and friendly. The rooms are tiny with no wardrobe but the price and location make up for this, for me. The ceiling in your room is a wooden lattice and sounds from the adjacent rooms can be a problem depending on guests staying when you are, so make sure you have good ear plugs if you are easy woken by noise. So, some good some not so good but all in all, Chelsea Cabins a great little find and I will have no hesitation in using the accommodation again when next visiting New York City. A word of warning: I booked with Agoda. They mislead you by saying you can either have a large bed or a windowed room. It's nonsense

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Darren

Lobby

A mechanics staff who is in charge of AC is really kind, and help us find a room that has a quiet AC.

Soonpil, United States

Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan Chelsea

I found this hotel on Agoda and could not believe the price for the location and a Sheraton hotel. I would definitely stay here again. The Chelsea location was great. It was close enough to everything but far enough away from the hustle & bustle. The staff was very helpful and friendly. It was also nice to have The Brew House restaurant & bar attached to the hotel. If ...

I found this hotel on Agoda and could not believe the price for the location and a Sheraton hotel. I would definitely stay here again. The Chelsea location was great. It was close enough to everything but far enough away from the hustle & bustle. The staff was very helpful and friendly. It was also nice to have The Brew House restaurant & bar attached to the hotel. If you want fancy this is not the hotel for you. If you want a clean, comfortable hotel at a good price and in a good location then you will be happy with this hotel.

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Colleen, United States

Holiday Inn Express New York City Chelsea

Great hotel for the budget traveller. Nothing particularly fancy - clean, decent rooms, free wifi, and the staff are very friendly. I would happily stay again. Close for Chelsea and the high Line. A few blocks down from Penn Station make it walkable even with luggage. There is a good, basic breakfast, with lots of coffee. And a "proper" filter coffee machine in the ro...

Great hotel for the budget traveller. Nothing particularly fancy - clean, decent rooms, free wifi, and the staff are very friendly. I would happily stay again. Close for Chelsea and the high Line. A few blocks down from Penn Station make it walkable even with luggage. There is a good, basic breakfast, with lots of coffee. And a "proper" filter coffee machine in the room.

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Roy, South Africa

Heritage Hotel New York City

Staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfasts for every morning 7days were always the same, hopefully if possible to change a little bit on it. Hot water and coffee 24h free for in-house. Good location nearby the subway stations 23rd street/28th Broadway. Everything in this hotel is fine. Good choice for next visit but must book really early or else there will be no ro...

Staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfasts for every morning 7days were always the same, hopefully if possible to change a little bit on it. Hot water and coffee 24h free for in-house. Good location nearby the subway stations 23rd street/28th Broadway. Everything in this hotel is fine. Good choice for next visit but must book really early or else there will be no rooms.

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WanJun

Lobby

the crucifix in the room was slightly off putting but otherwise I'm so glad to have found this place. You won't find a better deal in such a great Manhattan location with such lovely staff. The single room is as monastic as one would expect but completely comfortable with plenty of light. There's a list of around 20 channels on the desk of which only around 4 work....

the crucifix in the room was slightly off putting but otherwise I'm so glad to have found this place. You won't find a better deal in such a great Manhattan location with such lovely staff. The single room is as monastic as one would expect but completely comfortable with plenty of light. There's a list of around 20 channels on the desk of which only around 4 work... but one does not visit NY to watch tv so it's fine. I didn't eat the complimentary breakfast in the hotel but it looked very good!

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Fred, United States

Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Chelsea

Staff was SO kind and generous, this place wasn’t packed with customers so we never had to wait for anything we needed or to check in. Everything was very clean and modern. Best part is location, right out the door at the end of the block is a subway station, close to many great restaurants and attractions such as Empire State Building, Madison square garden and time s...

Staff was SO kind and generous, this place wasn’t packed with customers so we never had to wait for anything we needed or to check in. Everything was very clean and modern. Best part is location, right out the door at the end of the block is a subway station, close to many great restaurants and attractions such as Empire State Building, Madison square garden and time square. The only thing not worth it was the breakfast in the morning, it wasn’t very good, I wish we hadn’t paid for it so we could use that money to go down the street instead.

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meredith, United States

Colonial House Inn

The rooms really are tiny but they are clean and the share bathrooms are very fresh. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is nice, the street is calm and it is close to a C/E-subway station.

Joy, Sweden

Selina Chelsea New York City

hotel americano is very nice. and has a modern touch to it. you do not have to be one of the hipsters to fit in, but it helps. it seems that most of the clients in the hotels lobby bar and roof restaurant are hip people. we where greeted in an fabulous way, the bellboy followed us into the room and gave us a run-through on how things should be operated. and the market ...

hotel americano is very nice. and has a modern touch to it. you do not have to be one of the hipsters to fit in, but it helps. it seems that most of the clients in the hotels lobby bar and roof restaurant are hip people. we where greeted in an fabulous way, the bellboy followed us into the room and gave us a run-through on how things should be operated. and the market director had put a bottle of red wine in the room with a personal greeting card, very nice treat. the bed is nearly on the floor. but the mattresses where wonderful. we both slept like kings and queens. the front desk was helpful and forthcoming. there where no chair in the room, only a bag to sit on. on the negative side there was a strange smell in the bathroom. and the shower was wall mounted and could not be used in hand. there was a tendencies that water would float out on the floor. the neighborhood is crowded with restaurants and bars, so we did not test the breakfast. the bar/restaurant in the lobby was fairly expensive. all in all a good experience, with some small drawbacks. best suited for young people.

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Stale, Norway

Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Midtown Manhattan/Penn Station

Excellent service crew!! The service guy at hotel check in counter was really helpful, he manage to get me a room in the morning at 7am+ so I can get to wash up and rest from my red eye flight. Appreciates it a lot! The room was really clean and nice too!! Thank you!!

Ng, Singapore

Exterior view

A rare find of a new hotel with international feel, clean rooms, eager staff, great food, and right in the heart of Chelsea. Up to standards of other Melia properties around the globe where I've stayed. Minor knock was no business center room or quiet area to take a call on main lobby level. Jason was a very attentive and gracious host/manager. Highly recommended

David, United States


Cheapest hotels in Chelsea

Interfaith Retreats

Excellent location and staff very co-operative and supportive with breakfast all the day available. On the other hand pod room is very small and with out roof. Noise coming from from all around. On this cost it is satisfactory option in NY city

Imran

Chelsea Cabins New York

This type of accommodation wll not be for everyone, but for me it was really great. The shining star that I want to comment about first is Breakfast. It is just superb. It is a meat-free menu but it's a 10 out of 10 from me. Cereals, different breads, meat free toppings, fresh organic fruit, Ground coffee. Provides a great start to the day. Staff are, by and large, hel...

This type of accommodation wll not be for everyone, but for me it was really great. The shining star that I want to comment about first is Breakfast. It is just superb. It is a meat-free menu but it's a 10 out of 10 from me. Cereals, different breads, meat free toppings, fresh organic fruit, Ground coffee. Provides a great start to the day. Staff are, by and large, helpful and friendly. The rooms are tiny with no wardrobe but the price and location make up for this, for me. The ceiling in your room is a wooden lattice and sounds from the adjacent rooms can be a problem depending on guests staying when you are, so make sure you have good ear plugs if you are easy woken by noise. So, some good some not so good but all in all, Chelsea Cabins a great little find and I will have no hesitation in using the accommodation again when next visiting New York City. A word of warning: I booked with Agoda. They mislead you by saying you can either have a large bed or a windowed room. It's nonsense

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Darren

Chelsea Inn

Due to quite a number of baggages, we requested to move to lower floor if possible. It’s not confirmed immediately but reception said would help to arrange, finally we could get the room on the ground floor. We were so happy!! And we reached the hotel in the early morning, it’s really kind of hotel staff asked us to go to the lounge room for a nap. Coffee, tea, water,...

Due to quite a number of baggages, we requested to move to lower floor if possible. It’s not confirmed immediately but reception said would help to arrange, finally we could get the room on the ground floor. We were so happy!! And we reached the hotel in the early morning, it’s really kind of hotel staff asked us to go to the lounge room for a nap. Coffee, tea, water, etc are available, we had a good time there to take some more rest before going out for shopping :) Chelsea Inn is a cool hotel to stay in NYC!

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Kit, Hong Kong SAR, China

Facilities

Pros: Great location, 5 minute walk from Penn Station Close to Empire State Building, Flatiron building and Central Park Staff was friendly and accommodating Good value for the price we paid Cons: Small room (about 200 sq. Ft)which was expected in NY city, but tough to fit all our luggage’s and have room to walk through the room (we were a family of four, traveling ...

Pros: Great location, 5 minute walk from Penn Station Close to Empire State Building, Flatiron building and Central Park Staff was friendly and accommodating Good value for the price we paid Cons: Small room (about 200 sq. Ft)which was expected in NY city, but tough to fit all our luggage’s and have room to walk through the room (we were a family of four, traveling with two children). The Air Conditioning unit was finicky, either too hot or cold in the room. Too hard to maintain a good comfortable temperature. Construction nearby was a bit noisy but not being done excessively early or late. Overall I rate the property a 4/5 stars, a great value and location and I look forward to staying there again in the future.

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Kevin, United States

Lobby

the crucifix in the room was slightly off putting but otherwise I'm so glad to have found this place. You won't find a better deal in such a great Manhattan location with such lovely staff. The single room is as monastic as one would expect but completely comfortable with plenty of light. There's a list of around 20 channels on the desk of which only around 4 work....

the crucifix in the room was slightly off putting but otherwise I'm so glad to have found this place. You won't find a better deal in such a great Manhattan location with such lovely staff. The single room is as monastic as one would expect but completely comfortable with plenty of light. There's a list of around 20 channels on the desk of which only around 4 work... but one does not visit NY to watch tv so it's fine. I didn't eat the complimentary breakfast in the hotel but it looked very good!

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Fred, United States

Stewart Hotel

We had a spacious 1 bedroom suite with two bathrooms and a small kitchen for a family with small kids. The room was great, the staff very friendly and the location next to Penn station and close.to Chelsea Highline is excellent. The printer at the lobby was out of service for a whole day. We were able to print using the front desk email. Also the hotel has a ramp for s...

We had a spacious 1 bedroom suite with two bathrooms and a small kitchen for a family with small kids. The room was great, the staff very friendly and the location next to Penn station and close.to Chelsea Highline is excellent. The printer at the lobby was out of service for a whole day. We were able to print using the front desk email. Also the hotel has a ramp for strollers and accessibility, but it was only deployed one day out of the week we spent.

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Offir, Israel

Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Chelsea

Staff was SO kind and generous, this place wasn’t packed with customers so we never had to wait for anything we needed or to check in. Everything was very clean and modern. Best part is location, right out the door at the end of the block is a subway station, close to many great restaurants and attractions such as Empire State Building, Madison square garden and time s...

Staff was SO kind and generous, this place wasn’t packed with customers so we never had to wait for anything we needed or to check in. Everything was very clean and modern. Best part is location, right out the door at the end of the block is a subway station, close to many great restaurants and attractions such as Empire State Building, Madison square garden and time square. The only thing not worth it was the breakfast in the morning, it wasn’t very good, I wish we hadn’t paid for it so we could use that money to go down the street instead.

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meredith, United States

Holiday Inn Express New York City Chelsea

Great hotel for the budget traveller. Nothing particularly fancy - clean, decent rooms, free wifi, and the staff are very friendly. I would happily stay again. Close for Chelsea and the high Line. A few blocks down from Penn Station make it walkable even with luggage. There is a good, basic breakfast, with lots of coffee. And a "proper" filter coffee machine in the ro...

Great hotel for the budget traveller. Nothing particularly fancy - clean, decent rooms, free wifi, and the staff are very friendly. I would happily stay again. Close for Chelsea and the high Line. A few blocks down from Penn Station make it walkable even with luggage. There is a good, basic breakfast, with lots of coffee. And a "proper" filter coffee machine in the room.

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Roy, South Africa

Holiday Inn Manhattan 6th Ave - Chelsea

Although the rooms were smaller than I expected, it was sufficient for me and my 2 children (teenagers). The bed was super comfy and they had a good range of pillows (firm and soft) on the bed. According to their room guide, you can ask for other types of pillows if you didn't like those on the bed (foam maybe?). The heater/aircon in the room worked really well. And t...

Although the rooms were smaller than I expected, it was sufficient for me and my 2 children (teenagers). The bed was super comfy and they had a good range of pillows (firm and soft) on the bed. According to their room guide, you can ask for other types of pillows if you didn't like those on the bed (foam maybe?). The heater/aircon in the room worked really well. And the view of the rooftops from the window was picturesque, especially after snow fall. The bathroom was compact but complete. Hot water worked well and the water pressure was good. Their hair dryer (mounted on true wall) was good too. My only point of improvement for the Holiday Inn would be their restaurant/coffee shop. The one time we ate there (9am), they closed the kitchen and didn't tell us that our last order wasn't placed (because of the closed kitchen). So we were waiting for nothing. The food quality though was excellent. The pancakes fluffy and the French toast perfect. The bacon was perfection.

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Frances, Philippines

Selina Chelsea New York City

hotel americano is very nice. and has a modern touch to it. you do not have to be one of the hipsters to fit in, but it helps. it seems that most of the clients in the hotels lobby bar and roof restaurant are hip people. we where greeted in an fabulous way, the bellboy followed us into the room and gave us a run-through on how things should be operated. and the market ...

hotel americano is very nice. and has a modern touch to it. you do not have to be one of the hipsters to fit in, but it helps. it seems that most of the clients in the hotels lobby bar and roof restaurant are hip people. we where greeted in an fabulous way, the bellboy followed us into the room and gave us a run-through on how things should be operated. and the market director had put a bottle of red wine in the room with a personal greeting card, very nice treat. the bed is nearly on the floor. but the mattresses where wonderful. we both slept like kings and queens. the front desk was helpful and forthcoming. there where no chair in the room, only a bag to sit on. on the negative side there was a strange smell in the bathroom. and the shower was wall mounted and could not be used in hand. there was a tendencies that water would float out on the floor. the neighborhood is crowded with restaurants and bars, so we did not test the breakfast. the bar/restaurant in the lobby was fairly expensive. all in all a good experience, with some small drawbacks. best suited for young people.

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Stale, Norway

Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan Chelsea

I found this hotel on Agoda and could not believe the price for the location and a Sheraton hotel. I would definitely stay here again. The Chelsea location was great. It was close enough to everything but far enough away from the hustle & bustle. The staff was very helpful and friendly. It was also nice to have The Brew House restaurant & bar attached to the hotel. If ...

I found this hotel on Agoda and could not believe the price for the location and a Sheraton hotel. I would definitely stay here again. The Chelsea location was great. It was close enough to everything but far enough away from the hustle & bustle. The staff was very helpful and friendly. It was also nice to have The Brew House restaurant & bar attached to the hotel. If you want fancy this is not the hotel for you. If you want a clean, comfortable hotel at a good price and in a good location then you will be happy with this hotel.

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Colleen, United States

The Gem Hotel - Chelsea

Our stay in GEM hotel was very pleasant. Chelsea is a very quiet and nice neighbourhood of NY. You can find several nice restaurants in the area and very near the hotel. One very interesting place to visit is Chelsea Market, which is no longer a market, but more of a shopping centre, where you can find different kinds of shops, and restaurants, especially the seafood r...

Our stay in GEM hotel was very pleasant. Chelsea is a very quiet and nice neighbourhood of NY. You can find several nice restaurants in the area and very near the hotel. One very interesting place to visit is Chelsea Market, which is no longer a market, but more of a shopping centre, where you can find different kinds of shops, and restaurants, especially the seafood restaurant where you can choose the lobster they are going to cook for you and many other seafood delicacies.The other spot is the Mexican Tacos, which sell the tastiest, and deliciously spicy tacos we have ever eaten.

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Custodio, Portugal

Hotel Pennsylvania

We booked for another week! Check-in was fast, efficient & front desk staff (Maria) was very friendly and helpful. Room was terrific; very clean, lots of closet space, refrigerator, cable TV, spacious, the view from each window was spectacular and we were on the 7th floor! Hotel restaurants; food was great, staff was friendly and efficient. Hotel is across the street f...

We booked for another week! Check-in was fast, efficient & front desk staff (Maria) was very friendly and helpful. Room was terrific; very clean, lots of closet space, refrigerator, cable TV, spacious, the view from each window was spectacular and we were on the 7th floor! Hotel restaurants; food was great, staff was friendly and efficient. Hotel is across the street from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station (train). Walking distance to numerous restaurants, Empire State Bldg, stores, etc. great, great location! Hallway rug was dirty and smelly, but the rooms are very fresh and clean. Several elevators, so you don't have to wait. First floor is usually crowded, but this is a large hotel with lots of rooms and the helpful staff keep everyone moving along. No complaints!

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Lani, United States

Heritage Hotel New York City

Rooms are small, not a bad thing, comfortable beds, and within walking distance of Madison Square Garden and near many metro stops. Great, friendly staff and very nice complimentary breakfast, coffee bagels oj eggs cereal etc,. Recommend this hotel to anyone not overly impressed with themselves.

Barry, United States

Exterior view

We had a great long weekend in New York at The Cambria Chelsea - for first time visitors to New York from England and Canada it was a perfect central location - with an easy walk to all the attractions and sights but just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square. The roof top lounge had amazing views both in the day and night and all staff were very...

We had a great long weekend in New York at The Cambria Chelsea - for first time visitors to New York from England and Canada it was a perfect central location - with an easy walk to all the attractions and sights but just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square. The roof top lounge had amazing views both in the day and night and all staff were very helpful and friendly indeed. The beds were very comfortable after a long day of sightseeing. The bathroom was a little tight but certainly adequate for the four of us to use. I would definitely recommend The Cambria Chelsea as a place to stay whilst in NYC for comfort, location and value for money.

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CAROLINE, Canada

Hampton Inn Chelsea Hotel

Handy hotel between High Line and Flatiron Building in Chelsea. Room nice, staff very friendly, breakfast fine. All good.

Keith, United Kingdom

Doubletree Hotel New York City Chelsea

I strongly recommend you this Hotel. They are polite and kind especially I thank to concierge man. when I was traveling New York for 2weeks. I stayed lots of Hotel, there was very expensive Hotel. Some Hotel, I am not satisfying their service even to be uncomfortable even though I paid about 500$ per day. I can not use English but I am writing this review to send my t...

I strongly recommend you this Hotel. They are polite and kind especially I thank to concierge man. when I was traveling New York for 2weeks. I stayed lots of Hotel, there was very expensive Hotel. Some Hotel, I am not satisfying their service even to be uncomfortable even though I paid about 500$ per day. I can not use English but I am writing this review to send my thank to them.

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JAECHEON, United States

Exterior view

A rare find of a new hotel with international feel, clean rooms, eager staff, great food, and right in the heart of Chelsea. Up to standards of other Melia properties around the globe where I've stayed. Minor knock was no business center room or quiet area to take a call on main lobby level. Jason was a very attentive and gracious host/manager. Highly recommended

David, United States

Lobby

The hotel is in a great location, easy walking distance to the Empire State Buildng and other sites or close to subway stops if you don't want to walk too far. The staff are excellent, very helpful and friendly. The rooms are very comfortable and modern with a great shower. Breakfast is good, while not extensive, has a good choice on offer and tasty. I would definitely...

The hotel is in a great location, easy walking distance to the Empire State Buildng and other sites or close to subway stops if you don't want to walk too far. The staff are excellent, very helpful and friendly. The rooms are very comfortable and modern with a great shower. Breakfast is good, while not extensive, has a good choice on offer and tasty. I would definitely recommend and would stay again.

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Claire, United Kingdom

Exterior view

We had a wonderful time visiting NY city and the comfort and convenience of our room at the Chelsea Garden Hilton added to our enjoyment.

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As you would expect from a major city, New York, United States of America, is filled with interesting streets, neighborhoods and communities. You can find Chelsea 1 mile away from New York's downtown area.

New York's more popular tourist attractions are the Central Park, the Chrysler Building and Grand Central Terminal.

One of New York's most popular visitor attractions, Rockefeller Center, can be found near Chelsea.

For those travelers who decide to find a hotel establishment that is just a short stroll from the Chrysler Building, select from The St. Regis New York, Mandarin Oriental, New York, Trump International Hotel & Tower New York, The Plaza Hotel and The Lowell.

If you would like to find a bed near the Museum of Modern Art, you are spoiled for choice in Chelsea. Be sure to check out the prices at the New York Marriott Marquis, The Sherry Netherland, Casablanca Hotel by Library Hotel Collection, The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel and The Pearl New York.

Visitors and locals alike enjoy discovering and admiring the displays of art at Dahesh Museum. If you’re looking for some nearby hotels, the Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Central Park and Hilton Times Square are enticing options. Thinking about an activity when it's raining outside? Take a trip to Museum of Television and Radio to enjoy time indoors while you appreciate the great exhibits. You’ll also find great accommodation within close range of this attraction, such as the Hyatt Union Square New York and Hotel Americano.

Chelsea has a range of lodging options bound to suit budgets of all kinds. The Chelsea Savoy Hotel and RIFF Chelsea are amongst the more budget-aware establishments in Chelsea.

As an alternative why not splurge a little by booking a room at the High Line Hotel and Stewart Hotel.

Sullivan Street Bakery is an one of the top local venues for a morning coffee or afternoon sugar hit. Travelers that are in need of something heartier will enjoy the menu at Kiku Sushi. As the sun starts to set, kickstart a lively evening with a drink or two at London Terrace Liquor.

Accommodation options near Chelsea

If Chelsea accommodation is not to your liking, investigate the hotels in Garment District. Expedia's Koreatown hotels guideis another useful guide to help you find accommodation near Chelsea. Koreatown is also part of New York.

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The Best Hotels to Book in Chelsea, New York

For lovers of art, stylish Chelsea is the best place to stay on a trip to NYC

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New York City’s art-centric Chelsea offers plenty to see and do, including the neighborhood’s top hotels. Boasting themes from fashion to maritime history and features like destination rooftop bars and a glass-bottom pool, the best hotels in Chelsea – bookable with Culture Trip – are attractions in themselves.

Encompassing the Flower District and Fashion District, and sitting on the border of the ultra-hip Meatpacking District, gallery-filled Chelsea is one of Manhattan’s cultural hubs. Its western edge has sweeping views of the Hudson River and beyond, and the neighborhood is brimming with equally impressive hotels. Here are Culture Trip’s picks of the best.

The Maritime Hotel

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4.6/5 (909 Reviews)

Maritime Hotel, Chelsea, New York

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With its stylish porthole windows and dark wood decor – not to mention its trendy on-site restaurant, TAO Downtown – the Maritime Hotel epitomizes this fashionable neighborhood. Housed in the former home of the National Maritime Union, the hotel plays up its nautical history with beautiful Hudson River views and appropriately themed furnishings.

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Dream Downtown

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3.6/5 (972 Reviews)

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Dream Downtown is true to its name. As striking inside as it is out, its ship theme makes it feel distinctly otherworldly. Surreal porthole-style windows are found throughout, from the rooms – providing cylindrical views of the Manhattan skyline – to the floor of the pool, which creatively doubles as the ceiling of the lobby bar. You can also sip a cocktail at Dream Beach, a seasonal poolside bar complete with soft white sand, dine on fancy dim sum at Philippe Downtown, grab a coffee from Natura Café, which has cold brew on tap, or head down to a subterranean Brit-themed bar for a beer.

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The Standard High Line

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3.6/5 (997 Reviews)

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If the architecture of the Standard – a glass-and-concrete marvel perched on stilts – doesn’t dazzle you, then its views from the rooms certainly will. Every one has floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Hudson River or the city, combined with equally impressive time-bending decor. Rooms are subtly designed, with wooden walls that curve to meet the ceiling, midcentury furnishings and a monochromatic color palette punctuated by earthy burnt-orange tones – at once vintage and futuristic. This hotel knows how to throw a party, and there’s in-house entertainment by the bucketload. You’ll find it at the Standard Biergarten, complete with beer steins and bratwurst, and rooftop venue Le Bain, where there is a plunge pool on the dance floor, which stays busy until the wee hours.

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The High Line Hotel

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4.3/5 (712 Reviews)

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The High Line Hotel feels like one of New York’s best-kept secrets, sitting incongruously in an area filled with sleek skyscrapers. Housed in a gothic-style red-brick seminary from the late 1800s, the hotel serves up lashings of old-world charm. Odes to its former owner – Clement Clarke Moore, author of Twas the Night Before Christmas (1823) – are scattered throughout, such as in-room novels and typewriters. The whole thing feels like a hotel-and-antiques emporium, although there are carefully selected modern touches among the vintage furniture, such as black lacquered doors. Visit the hotel’s British-pub-style lobby bar for pre-dinner drinks, or nurse a few cocktails in the verdant courtyard that feels very Parisian.

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Hotel Hayden

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4.1/5 (727 Reviews)

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Sitting at the junction between the Fashion District, Flower District and the Meatpacking District, Hotel Hayden feels quintessentially NYC. Rooms have a city-slicker vibe, all muted tones, geometric lines and leather furnishings. The best of the city’s dining is on your doorstep, but you shouldn’t overlook the in-house gastronomical options. The rooftop bar and restaurant Mykonos Bleu feels like a holiday within a holiday – the Greek taverna-style restaurant has whitewashed walls, stone floors and a cracking menu of Greek meze and cocktails.

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  • Kimpton Hotel Eventi

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    4.4/5 (952 Reviews)

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    From the moment you step foot into Kimpton Hotel Eventi’s living-room-style lobby – occupying an entire city block – you are immersed in a futuristic world curated by the hotel. Here, you can enjoy complimentary use of iPads and MacBooks, while shared spaces entail a 15,000sqft (1,394sqm) plaza with a 30ft (9m) multimedia art screen. From its state-of-the-art fitness center to its spacious screening room, cutting-edge technology is a permanent guest at this Chelsea hotel.

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    Cambria Hotel New York

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    4.4/5 (998 Reviews)

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    Cambria Hotel New York feels modern and sleek, with decor that’s all about mahogany furnishings and leather touches. Equipped with a business center, gym and bistro, the hotel scores points for convenience, and at a lower-than-average price for Manhattan. The real reason to stay, however, is the rooftop lounge and bar, which has killer views over the skyline – all the way to One World Trade Center – and serves New York-brewed craft beer. It’s the perfect place to lounge with a sunset drink before exploring the city that never sleeps.

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    Moxy NYC Chelsea

    Chain Hotel

    4.3/5 (676 Reviews)

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    Part industrial building, part flower shop, Moxy fuses elements of the nearby Flower District with the area’s architecture. The result is a glass-cased hotel with a greenhouse vibe – filled with fresh greenery and flowers. Room interiors are fashionably pared back, with blonde wood, floor-to-ceiling windows and vintage factory-style furnishings. Comparatively, the public spaces – such as the conservatory and the Fleur Room, the perfect place for an after-dark cocktail – feel modernist and midcentury with geometric light fittings, brushed metal touches and contrasting textiles.

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    The Paul NYC

    Independent Hotel

    3.8/5 (951 Reviews)

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    Situated just down the road from the Empire State Building, the Paul NYC has some of the best views of the major landmark. Its rooms are wallet-friendly for being in the heart of Manhattan, making it an ideal spot for those looking to save on price without scrimping on location. The Paul Rooftop Bar is an informal open-air space offering sweeping city vistas – the perfect place to kick off your visit to the Big Apple and get your bearings. While the in-house restaurant serves up a delicious, health-conscious menu, you’ll also be within walking distance of ultra-high-end dining institutions such as Eleven Madison Park, and popular casual brunch spot Sarabeth’s.

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    Selina Chelsea

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    As the first USA outpost of this rapidly growing, millennial-focused brand, Selina Chelsea seamlessly blends into the Chelsea Arts District and shows a selection of artwork – which is for sale – by Latin American artists. Rooms are minimalist in style to keep attention on the art, with brushed concrete floors, pod-like wooden beds and lofty ceilings. The hotel hosts a range of events and tours, such as life-drawing classes and music nights, helping you delve further into the creative scene of this artsy area. After a long day of moseying through the nearby galleries, you will have more than earned a cocktail or two on the hotel’s rooftop bar, with its dizzying views of the surrounding skyscrapers.

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    The best hotels in Chelsea

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    Put yourself right in the action of several hot New York ‘hoods when you stay at the best hotels in Chelsea, NYC

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    If you want to be beside countless fantastic Manhattan neighborhoods, then you need to stay at one of the best hotels in Chelsea. Like most other New York neighborhoods, Chelsea was once industrial and more than a little rough around the edges. Then came the galleries and the gay scene, followed by the elevated High Line Park. Now the buzzy area is packed with nightlife, tourists, shopping and art galore. And don’t forget to sample some (or several) of the best Chelsea restaurants while you're exploring. Plus it’s within walking distance to the clubby Meatpacking District, the charming West Village, the bustle of Midtown – and right at the pinnacle of all the Chelsea girls. From artsy and luxury hotels like Hôtel Americano to the boutique and intimate charm of Chelsea Pines Inn, there's something for everyone in the area everyone wants to be in. 

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    Best hotels in Chelsea

    1. The Standard, High Line

    Perched above the High Line on concrete pillars, the Standard High Line’s super-modern rooms feature wall-to-wall windows, which ensure tons of light and stunning views of the city and the Hudson River. (The windows also allow outsiders a look in—perfect for exhibitionists!) The high-design Standard is one of the trendiest NYC hotels, with plenty of nightlife both nearby and inside – dine at the hotel’s Standard Grill and imbibe at the outdoor Biergarten. Play naughty at the clubby rooftop Le Bain, or drink in the exclusive views at Top of the Standard. Trendy is only continued outside the building, given it's located within the Meatpacking district. There's a 24-hour front desk and room service too, so you needn't worry about getting back late. 

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    2. Maritime Hotel

    From the nautical-themed Maritime’s porthole windows, guests can gaze out onto the High Line, the Rubin Museum of Art and Chelsea Market… or out into the Hudson, in true boating style. The glamorous hotel was once home to the National Maritime Union. Now there are waterfall showers in green-tiled bathrooms, plus Mario Batali’s La Sirena and the flashy Tao Downtown in the building. Outside the hotel, you're next to a load of 9th Avenue subway stations while High Line Park is also a short walk away. You want have to leave the hotel for good food though, CATCH STEAK is the on-site restaurant. 

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    3. Hotel Eventi

    A few blocks from Penn Station, the Eventi, a Kimpton Hotel, lends a bit of elegance to a bleak stretch of discount shops and wholesale vendors. It’s incredibly easy to get around the city from here, but you’ll want to make time for lounging in lush Frette linens in the hotel’s spacious rooms, gazing out the floor-to-ceiling windows, or sipping a cocktail at one of the chic lobby restaurants. Not to mention the spa, offering both in-room treatments and a full service at the dedicated space in the hotel. It'd work well after using the 24-hour fitness centere. The hotel also pays homage to the thriving Chelsea Arts District by constantly featuring collections of contemporary art. 

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    Hôtel Americano

    4. Hôtel Americano

    This arty luxury hotel’s rooms are stocked with a great minibar selection, blackout shades, personal iPads and hanging fireplaces. In the warmer months, head to the 14th floor to take a dip in the pool and hang out on one of two outdoor decks. In winter, the pool becomes a hot tub. Feast on French food at The Americano restaurant (don’t be fooled by the name). It’s easy to get to the Javits Center or “Sleep No More” at the nearby McKittrick Hotel too. Here, you're a mere stroll away from Chelsea Market and Penn Station, while Times Square is a cool mile and a half away. 

    5. Cambria Hotel & Suites New York

    The brick-and-glass Cambria Hotel is a sanctuary in the busy Flower District, starting with the lobby, full of wood and leather…and free hot chocolate. Cozy up at the lobby bistro, or head to the rooftop lounge for happy hour craft beer and views of the Freedom Tower. Bonus: prices are totally reasonable. Should want to leave this gem of a place for a few hours, you'll note you're right next to the Empire State Building and other attrctions. City living could be much much worse than this.

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    6. Dream Downtown

    Are we in the future or are we in Chelsea? It’s hard to tell in the uber modern Dream Downtown, located directly behind the Maritime Hotel on the border of the Meatpacking District and Chelsea. The pool’s glass floor looks down into the lobby. There’s a 24-hour gym, a hair salon, a rotating art exhibition space, a fusion restaurant and a rooftop lounge where you can dance the night away, before collapsing into 350-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens. Ridiculous, amazing. Hard to consider even leaving the place (we haven't even mentioned Bodega Negra, the fantastic on-site restaurant). If you leave the hotel though, you'll realise New York's heart is just a mile away. 

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    7. Ace Hotel

    Welcome to the Ace Hotel, an international hipster Mecca. The lobby is the place to work on your laptop during the day or dance to whichever DJ is spinning at night. Don’t miss the lamb burgers at The Breslin, the lobster roll at The John Dory or the cold brew at Stumptown. The rooms feature work by more than 70 local artists, and some come with turntables and guitars. It's just a ten minute walk to Madison Square Garden, and the front desk is open 24 hours a day. City that never sleeps? Check. 

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    8. Hotel Hayden

    Head straight for the top of Hotel Hayden and you'll feel as if you’ve magically travelled across the Atlantic Ocean to Greece. The rooftop bar and restaurant, Mykonos Blue, is all white stone floors and furniture, and is awash with Greek-style cocktails with ouzo and mastika. The 100+ rooms are artfully decorated and kitted out with coffee machines and TVs. There's also a 24/7 fitness studio. When you venture beyond those Athenieam walls, you'll find yourself surrounded by some of New York's most vibrant areas. 

    9. A Garden in Chelsea

    In a picturesque 1859 brownstone on a beautiful block in a great neighborhood you’ll find A Garden in Chelsea. The one-suite guesthouse backs onto a leafy private garden. Innkeepers Karen and Paul live upstairs and are happy to share their extensive knowledge of the neighborhood. (They’re also happy to leave you be.) The décor is simple, homey and comfortable, but if you decide to venture out, you're a brief walk from Maddison Square Gardens, Empire State Building, and a huge variety of bars and restaurants. When you're ready to relax, you can be sure this is the hotel for it. 

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