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“The location could have been better, but it makes up for it with its cool designs.”
“Food and drinks wayyyyy expensive so eat somewhere else.”
“The cafeteria is pricey but worth the gourmet food, and the staff is mostly friendly and very helpful.”
“it's true that the rooms are tiny but the hotel provides so many amazing common spaces (library, bar, park, roof garden, cafeteria) that make it a great place to spend your time.”
“Look, I love NYC, I even love the attitude of the people there--but the employees of the Hudson Hotel are by far the rudest, most despicable servicepeople I have ever encountered.”
“Food and drinks wayyyyy expensive so eat somewhere else.”
“The hotel is beautiful, but the rooms are minute.”
new york mini break. great place to stay if you are in New York for a mini break. Whilst the rooms are small.. how big do they need to be when you should be out exploring the city. It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at SweetHotelDeals.us They usually have some pretty good deals on there!
Location, Location, Location!!!!. booked this hotel by a bidding third party website, and when the name was published, I was a bit concerned. It's a great hotel but if any of you are looking to save some $$ then book it at SweetHotelDeals.us They usually have some pretty good deals on there!
the library room. this place is awesome if you like to shoot pool. king sized table available all afternoon and early evening with no one around!
Worst night ever.
Following an illness on a business trip, I ended up finding a room at the Hudson.
If I had wanted to have a drink and socialize, the atmosphere would have been perfect, but for a person not feeling well and needing to rest, this was nearly impossible.
First of all, the mattress felt like sleeping on a box spring. Hard, uncomfortable, with coils very noticeable.
Second, the tv service wasn't getting great reception, so everything I wanted to watch was out.
Third, the light near the bed was broken and could not be turned off.
Fourth, being on the 5th floor was as loud as being on the street. The location is fantastic for partying, but not for sleep. Sirens, car horns, hell, trucks parking, they all sounded 20 feet away.
I thought the decor was fantastic, but would prefer a decent mattress to fancy mirrors and lighting.
Very happy with all aspects. I stayed at the Hudson this past weekend when I was visiting New York from San Bernardino. I visit Nyc twice a year and this was by far my favorite hotel so far. It had a fantastic night scene for a hotel, and the decor was very posh. We sat at the outside terrace for drinks in the afternoon and then went into the main lounge area in the evening before going out for the night-- we loved everything from the lighting to decently sized rooms in comparison to many hotel rooms that I find to be very cramped unless you choose a suite. I will certainly try to book here on my next visit to the city. very enjoyable!
Hudson Terrace was a terrible nightmare!. I was going to meet some co workers to celebrate. They did bottle service and told me to come join. I came alone at about 1 am. At first i thought I would never get in because of the super long line, but to my surprise it moved very quickly. Well for some people.. After about 5 minutes I stood on the line with 2 black couples, and 3 hispanics. We all stood online for an additional 15 minutes while they let everyone else in. Some people were pulled on to the vip line with no bottle service and there were others who did not even speak english!Then they told us we are only doing bottle service now. I called my friend she came down and they said we arent letting anyone else in that didnt get a bottle. I waited for another 5 minutes only for the promoters to let in about 20 more white people in and no mention of purchasing a bottle. I have been to many NY clubs in my day but never experienced such Rude, Ridiculous behavior. I love being a New Yorker because its a melting pot but clearly the promoters of Hudson Terrace feel otherwise. I wish i would have listened to the comments before mine. If you want to support this behavior be my guest I just hope that ur not discriminated against.
Nice Venue but Poor Service.
Since I live in the city, this review is not for the hotel itself. I came here for a social night out on a Friday night. Huge turnout and luckily I got here early! The venue plays good music and it is quite spacious but the drinks here are midtown prices.
Also, my friends got here a little before 12 and they waited in line for really long time and they wouldn't let them in unless they bought a bottle. Terrible way to do business. It is a shame.
Book parties at Hudson Terrace through Access Gotham. I wanted to have a corporate party at the Hudson Sky Terrace and I am SO glad I booked it through Access Gotham's website instead of through the hotel. They made it 1000x easier and they even got free drink tickets for my co-workers which was great because the drinks aren't cheap! The party was a great success and the sunset was beautiful, but I know I would have had a lot of problems with the door/bottle service/etc if I hadn't booked through Access Gotham
Citysearch Editorial Review. New Yorkers, rejoice: A tropical getaway awaits you on West 58th Street, 15 stories above street level. Open only during late spring and summer months, the Hudson Hotel's rooftop bar is a beautiful private oasis dotted with pergolas covered in leaves, oversized planters filled with lima bean plants and plenty of shady spots in which to relax. Soak up some sun on the deck's various lounge chairs, or try to snag the hammock (built for two). Cocktail connoisseurs will delight in seriously tasty treats like an expertly mixed elderflower martini or a refreshing white mint lemonade. A menu of snacks (ceviche, Caesar salads and tuna burgers, etc.) is served from noon to 5pm, but if you're heading over later in the evening, consider grabbing a bite beforehand.
Dark and cramped place to spend your $$$. This has to be some kind of joke being played on the traveling public of the world. This "hip" hotel is anything but. The street entrance is a mystery! Why was it not placed on West 57th ST?!? There's absolutely nothing "boutique" about The Hudson Hotel except for it being over priced and over hyped. If you must stay there ask for a high floor with an outside window and make sure that you have another hotel at which to stay after you decide to change hotels.
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