Stayed here for a few nights prior to leaving the USA. Very close to 9/11 memorial...also within walking distance of train station. Loved the Kennedy room although the walk up the stairs was initially daunting when we arrived. Literally dragged the 2 bags up the 2 flights of stairs! Breakfast in the morning was cheerfully served and quite adequate...excellent coffee! Comfortable bed, although unaware that the rooms would not be serviced until our departure. Did not matter really as our stay was not long enough.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on the border of Soho and Tribeca, our landmarked 1826 Canal House is ideally situated for experiencing the best New York has to offer—and still having a quiet place to call home at the end of the day. Surrounded by 5-star restaurants and a block away from the landscaped parks, open grass, tennis courts, and stunning sunsets at the Hudson River Park, we strike a perfect balance between nature and culture.The Osborne’s have owned 508 Canal Street since 1980. In this building, they raised their daughter, providing the building with family history built into the very walls. (Behind a renovation wall on the top floor of the building is hidden a mural painted by children at a particularly creative third birthday party.) The beds and several end tables in the Inn were built by Kipp Osborne, coming from the days when he and his wife, Margot, were furniture makers in Soho and Tribeca. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Canal Park Hotel New York City