Larchmont Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting New York City, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Larchmont offers guests free wifi.
Plus, Larchmont Hotel Manhattan offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting New York City, Larchmont Hotel is located a short distance from Brooklyn Bridge (1.6 mi) and The Oculus (1.7 mi).
While visiting New York City, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as The View Restaurant & Lounge, Eleven Madison Park, or Keens Steakhouse.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Agora Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, and Sotheby's.
Enjoy your stay in New York City!
I am sad to learn that The Larchmont Hotel is closed. It was always a favorite budget option for many trips into the city. The location couldn’t be beat. Very residential feeling and adjacencies. Perfect venue for spotting Condé Nast editors and other bold-faced names in their natural habitats. More importantly, the staff were always so wonderful, especially Jane on front desk. I wish them well moving forward. There are other hotels in the vicinity, but they can’t match the atmosphere unique to The Larchmont Hotel. 🌺♥️🇺🇸
I love to stay at the Larchmont! It’s clean, quiet and the staff is super helpful. You are at the heart of the Greenwich Village, close to Union Square where you find subways. Breakfast can be improved.
Reading reviews before going, we were nervous. But our room was everything we needed, bathrooms, although shared, were beautiful, always clean and available when we needed them. The hotel itself is very cute and we loved our stay and have recommended it to several friends since then.
I stayed here as a solo female traveller for three nights, & it was alright. Kinda sucks that the rooms don't have their own bathrooms, but for the price I can't really complain, & it didn't end up being a problem -- I was always able to shower when I needed to. & having a sink in my room really helped. The heater rattled throughout the night which was annoying, & there was a shared kitchen that oddly had no amenities -- ie, there wasn't a kettle or pot for making tea, no no dishes, nothing. So, I couldn't actual use the kitchen. The breakfast is super basic but hey, free breakfast. Overall I loved the old school NYC feel to the place. It seems like there are long term residents, & they're all friendly.
Went online to book at the Larchmont for my semi-annual trip to NYC. Couldn't get the website to pull up and came here to find all these reviews bemoaning the loss. I couldn't agree more! What a wonderful place. Truly, I don't know where I will stay now. The location was perfect and the rooms felt like home, not like an impersonal hotel. I could open the windows and get fresh air and the noises of the neighborhood. And it was so affordable. Help! Larchmont, come back!