This is a hard hotel to review. It was quite a lively spot and clearly popular. We did a one-night staycation booked via Vacationist. We were first shown to a dungeon on the 3rd floor (302) that was of a nice size, but dark and the windows had the foggy glass you used to see on bathroom windows. We called to request if it were possible to have a room with more light and immediately Carribe brought us to a nicer room on the 9th floor (910). The room was a nice size, but had no drawers or real closet: it did have a guitar and real turntable though… The hotel has a dark feel with dark walls. Our room had good light, but still felt dark with the black paint on 1 wall sucking the light away. The bathroom was narrow. When sitting on the toilet one felt shoehorned in place. Location was good: a one block walk to the N&R subway line on 28th St and a short hop to Madison Park. The hotel gets points for being interesting, but I do not think I could handle more than a 1-2 night stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Deluxe room at the Ace Hotel. Spacious room with high ceilings, large windows and large bathroom. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ace Hotel New York City