Our knowledgeable front desk associates are ready to assist you in creating the most memorable experience. They are skilled in booking dining reservations to our fine dining Pure Restaurant & Lounge or a local restaurant. Their unique understanding in guest needs allows them to recommend special gift ideas, floral arrangements for that special someone and answering general questions.
Our hotel allows you to kick back and be yourself! We know exactly how you want to start and end your day. Start with our complimentary deluxe breakfast which includes favorites like pancakes and cinnamon rolls. You can end your day on our comfortable pillow top mattresses.
Great location in hip, new Lower East Side in an up-and-coming area with lots of bars and restaurants. Walking distance to Chinatown, Little Italy and SoHo. Easy access to the F,M, J and Z trains to take you just about anywhere you need or want to be in NYC! Our Retro Bar & Grill restaurant is a 50's style diner serving great American Classics with a twist.
Newark is still struggling but boutique hotels like this one are bringing the value up. Really courteous staff, even at 11:30pm and they still had valet parking. The room was comfortable and[More]
adorable. My only request would be to have vending machines with bottled water on each floor. Hopefully the neighborhood will catch up with the hotels. [Less]
The rooms and staff were nice enough but it was frustrating to find the air conditioner inoperative in my room. The staff was kind enough to give me another room, but the A/C in that room was blowing[More]
out hot air as well, so we had to move to a third room. We were there to photograph a wedding and the A/C was not working in the bride's room or the groom's. Hotel rooms are extremely stuffy. It is vitally important to have working, reliable ventilation, especially as the weather heats up.
I also have to say the breakfast was one of the worst I've had. The first morning, I thought couldn't eat because I had nerves about shooting the wedding, but the second morning confirmed that the food was just not that appetizing. The breakfast buffet consists of potatoes, eggs, rubbery waffles or pancakes, bacon and sausage, the saddest fruit bowl you've ever seen, orange juice, and a very limited supply of coffee. Of everything they had, the only food I could stomach swallowing was the bacon, sausage, OJ and coffee. Couldn't believe I paid $13.75 plus tip for that. An omelette station would be awesome, at the very least, some hotter, better tasting eggs. [Less]