Ratings based on 4,997 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 29, 2015
Pros: Location, friendliness of the staff.
Cons: Not sure about the lime green doors in the hallways...
Location: The location was perfect, steps from Columbus Circle, the subway stop, Central Park, within walking distance of many museums.
When we arrived, there was work going on above the entrance, so it was difficult to find the hotel entrance (note to management: better signage!!!). And it was unusual to walk in (again, no signage...) and immediately have to take an escalator up to the main level. But check in was easy, the staff very friendly and helpful. The room was ready for us even though we were early. The room was clean and simply appointed, and by simply I mean modern, not plush with chairs and tables and fancy TVs. But that didn't matter, because were weren't there to spend time in the room, we were interested in the museums. And this hotel has a great location. Really great location. The staff was very friendly. I will stay here again.
by A verified travelerfrom m
Posted Jan 28, 2015
No hangers and mini bar was empty , staff was very helpful to correct it
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom K
Väldigt bra belägetPosted Jan 28, 2015
Vi är helt nöja. Det var för trångt. Gick ej att ha en uppfälld resväska på golvet. Det visste vi dock om efter att ha läst recentioner om hotellet. Alltså ingen överraskning. Renovering pågick intill entrén på ytterfasaden.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom philadelphia
the hudsonPosted Jan 27, 2015
Rooms were small and compact, but well appointed and pretty. The Lobby and Public Spaces were wonderful. The restaurant/bar has a fireplace and is very cozy. The Staff were very friendly. Perfect location in NYC.
by A verified travelerfrom seattle
Great locationPosted Jan 26, 2015
Location was great but I would not stay here again. It felt like a non stop night club. Music constantly blaring (even in elevators). Rooms were small and bathrooms were runned down.
by A verified travelerfrom new york, ny
Hudson reviewPosted Jan 26, 2015
Small rooms which aren't a problem if you're just going to spend the night. Some bathrooms have a glass wall with see through curtains which is called a "peek" room. Bizarre. Good lounge/bar though!
by A verified travelerfrom Manchester
Good Location, tiny rooms, needs revampPosted Jan 26, 2015
Pros: Location & Bar area
Cons: rooms need upgrading.
Location: On the edge of Central Park. You MUST check out Sarabeth's for breakfast nearby, AMAZING!!
The first room we had was a standard room and was really tiny. The bathroom was even smaller. Enough wardrobe space but only 3 coat hangers. They weren't as clean as hoped (a few hairs/dust etc) and the room was in need of a revamp. Our Air con was really noisy and kept us awake so we asked to be moved. Unfortunately the hotel was full so they couldn't move us for a couple of days. When they did move us they upgraded us which was a nice touch and the room was much better, more spacious. I would say it's definitely worth upgrading to a slightly bigger room. The standard rooms feel claustrophobic. The hotel was in a great location for getting around/shops/underground etc. Beware of the extra daily charge if you book through Expedia. It's in the small print but not obvious. Added about another $10a day to our bill.
by A verified travelerfrom Aleandria VA
Hudson Hotel is Ok for midgets.Posted Jan 20, 2015
Pros: Close to Time Square
Cons: Room Size. Noise Reduction
Location: Great Location
The rooms are super small. Noisy hotel. My husband and I could not be in the bathroom at the same time. Dark, space. The room couldn't be larger than 110 feet.
by A verified travelerfrom h
Get ready to live in a drawer, bathe in a thimbelPosted Jan 20, 2015
rooms are tiny, heat monitor didnt work, my knees hit the wall when sitting on the toilet (and i am 5'7"!) and occassionally i had to crawl over young tourist ls better suited for a hostel hotel experience in my hallway. My NYC friends warned me this place's heyday in the 90s have well passed. It is now, in their words "a dump." That said great lobby and lobby bar and location.
by A verified traveler
Little things added up to a big disappointmentPosted Jan 16, 2015
Pros: We picked it because of the location and because it wasn't a big chain hotel.
Cons: Maintenance needs to be done to bring the rooms up to par. Fix the lobby so it isn't dark and cold.
Location: Central Park was close and MOMA, plus it's close enough to walk to Times Square if you want. We found some great restaurants.
The bathroom sink overflowed because the faucet wasn't working right, we tried to call the front desk, but the phone didn't work. We had to call twice to get someone to help with it. The hair dryer didn't work, the shower curtain was too short and so the bathroom got flooded. The hall vending machines were broken. The radiator clicked and clacked all night long, plus we were close to the elevators so there was noise all night long. We ate one lunch there but it wasn't very good. It seemed like it could be a cool place but there were too many irritations for us to try it again.