We were safe and comfortable in Chinatown at this hotel which is located in a quiet part of a famous street opposite Columbas Park where the locals do Tai Chi, play soccer and basketball) on synthetic services.. We stayed for four nights. the management and staff were a bit offhand at times but generally met our requests, for example provided a bottle opener and assisted in operating the safe very promptly. The breakfasts at Mamas a few doors down are appalling (greasy poorly presented poor quality food with rude staff) and definitely to be avoided. We recommend trying to get a tariff without this addition. We were dismayed by the paper cups but at least we were able to make a cup of tea in our rooms (which does not seem to be a feature of American hotels - or at least our next two hotels did not have the facility despite being more expensive). The pillows are uncomfortable (no feather option) but the rooms are clean and servicable.We were able to use the fridge (again not to be assumed in American hotels). The rooms are small but that is to be expected in a place like downtown NY. Hotel WiFi is a bit patchy and unreliable. Despite these shortcomings we were very comfortable and happy in this hotel and would recommend it. We were located on the 6th floor and noise was not a problem.
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- Having recently opened its doors in the winter of 2010, Hotel Mulberry is a brand new hotel that enjoys a desirable location in the Lower East Side of downtown Manhattan where the largest Chinatown in America meets the ever jovial Little Italy. ... more less
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