Great location for this hotel in a vibrant part of New York where anyone interested in the Chinese culture or food will love it. Hotel room décor is a bit tired but the bed was excellent. So a reasonably OK 3 star hotel. However their breakfast arrangements seriously let them down. We paid about $300 a night but the best they could do for a breakfast was a voucher to a rubbish café a few doors down. On arriving at this greasy spoon that offered no charm whatever, we were handed a dog-eared plastic covered A4 menu that announced in underlined bold heading that we could choose one cup of either coffee or tea. The breakfast was low quality café style. Our food was served on paper plates and we had eat with plastic knife and fork. We were really disappointed and thought what a way to waste your first morning in New York. Obviously we didn't go back to that cafe so the room rate was even less value. On the basis if the rubbish breakfast, we would not consider returning to this hotel.
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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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