Ratings based on 157 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from s
Stylish yet reasonably priced HotelPosted Sep 11, 2015
Attractively designed Hotel with open air Bar/Dining on roof. Rooms are compact but well designed. Only issues were a few technical glitches like a sticky door and broken light switch.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Cleveland, Ohio
I give it a four! I would stay there again!Posted Sep 9, 2015
Pros: The bed! The bed was so comfy that I didn't like my own bed at home that I loved before I went to this hotel.
Cons: The silverware is in a cabinet with open drawers right by the elevator. Glasses laying out. The furniture needs cleaned or recovered.
Location: Quick walk to Highline, Citi Bike, Intrepid, Beast, Times Square, Subway, Chelsea Market. Central Location in Manhattan.
The bed was the best! Very comfortable; you have to like platform beds to appreciate the bed its low to the floor. Awesome shades; kept out all of the light on one setting for sleeping and another let in some light offering privacy. The bathroom had some quirks! The sink was small and no where to put your stuff in the bathroom except a tiny shelf. However they did have a table outside the bath to put your things. They offered a robe and house shoes but two guests and only one robe and set of house shoes. You could see right through the shower into the bedroom so there was no privacy getting dressed or taking a shower. They had a really nice mirror in the bathroom that lit up and had a flip side to magnify; awesome for make up. The staff is super friendly and helpful! The view from the roof top is great! The location is even better. Quick walk to everything and Citi bike is around the corner as well as the highline. There is a place two doors down and the rooftop has an awesome place for hanging out with drinks. No scenery. Nice Ambiance. The reason why I didn't give a five. They leave their dishes laying out in the elements. The dishes are outside on the roof top among the dirt in the air. Didn't want to eat there because of this. The bathroom had a smell coming from it one day like a sewer. We shut the door. It was just the one day but heck we were outta there seeing the sites anyway. The roof top bar looks much nicer at night. Rooftop furniture could use a scrub.
for Business Travelersby Michael from Albany, NY
Perfect if you want to pretend you're at a hostel.Posted Aug 29, 2015 on Hotels
I chose this hotel for my most recent business trip to NYC based on its locations and its high ratings here. What a mistake. I am a frequent traveler, and I have to hand it to the Hotel Americano: It takes the prize for the least functional, most uncomfortable hotel room I've experienced anywhere in the world. Mattress on the floor? Check. Sink the size of a small plate with no place to set down toiletries or anything else? Check. An actual chair to sit on in the room? No. A weird and giant key chain to lug around the city? Yes. And the inability to have electricity in the room while the metal rod on the keychain isn't plugged into the wall? Check. So, forget about charging your electronics while you are out of the room. If you want to pretend you're staying at a youth hostel, or at the home of a friend who is down on their luck and hasn't gotten around to furnishing the place yet, the Hotel Americano is for you. Otherwise, I encourage you to look elsewhere for someplace that is an actual hotel for not much more.
for Couplesby Sarah
Posted Aug 29, 2015 on Hotels
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 22, 2015
nice place! the key is a bit bulky to carry but the place is awesome! i couldn't find a quiet place for a phone meeting as tmobile didn't have any signals in the room.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sydney, Australia
Posted Aug 18, 2015
Would definately book Hotel Americano again for a only a short stay, as the rooms are very small, but this is to be expected in NYC, the only time we were in our room was to sleep, so the size of the room doesn't matter too much. The bed was quiet comfortable but for some people, they might find it difficult to get in and out of as it a bit low to the ground. If you have a lot of luggage or plan on doing some shopping, your room might get a little congested. The location is perfect and the roof bar has great views of the Highline and some parts of NYC. We stayed on a Monday & Tuesday night, so we didn't have any problems with noise from the rooftop bar as some other reviews suggested. The staff are very polite and accommodating, which is not always the case in some NYC hotels. Our only downside to our stay, was upon returning to our room on both nights, there was a slight sewage smell coming from the drain in the bathroom, I'm not sure if this is the case with all rooms, or because we were on the 9th floor, it wasn't pleasant but we just had to make sure we covered the drain with a towel and closed the bathroom door.
for Getaway With Friendsby Matthew
Nice but few tweaks neededPosted Aug 5, 2015 on Hotels
i just thought it was odd that there were 3 different phones in the room, but no tissue dispenser. Also, if the power is going to be controlled via use of a wand provided at check-in that also gives you elevator access to your floor then both people in your party need a wand, not just one. STaff was friendly and hotel is gorgeous. Just needs those little tweaks
for Business Travelersby David
Posted Aug 4, 2015 on Hotels
for Couplesby Jeffrey
Great servicePosted Aug 1, 2015 on Hotels
Great service. Quiet. Even though the room is small, it is comfortable. The blackout curtains/shade could use improvement.
for Couplesby Mike from Belleville, NJ
Great plave to stayPosted Jul 31, 2015 on Hotels
Great hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff and the hotel style was very modern and comfortable. Excellent breakfast and Coffee!