Sixty LES offers a trendy atmosphere and the city views are excellent. I recently stayed in one of their suites which was quite, squeaky clean, well appointed, uniquely designed with comfortable beds and bedding. The enthusiasm to the friendliness of the lobby staff is what really stood out for me. I particularly thank James!! Such a gracious person with an organic sincere charm who went out of his way to ensure that my room was ready on time. The next day I upgraded to the terrace suite and he made sure that it was a smooth transition. I had bought some fresh flowers from the local whole food store and to my surprise, even the flowers made it to the suite I upgraded into. It’s those little details that made my stay EXCEPTIONAL! This will be my place whenever I’m in NYC. I’ve already booked another stay. THANK YOU JAMES!!! …
If you are trying to have a relaxing staycation with ur best friend and go to open the pull out couch and find a long round hair and crumbs here is the place! Also, when we went to complain, the receptionist had the AUDACITY to ask if we wanted sheets to cover up this hair. Then, the manager said we can only get 50 percent off the stay. Cool! Thank you for the discount. Next time charge us for the strangers hair!
I stayed at SIXTY LES over the weekend with a couple of girlfriends. When checking in, the concierge was so rude and condescending towards my friends and I. We kept reiterating no parties, no loud noises or you will be fined. We’re a group of 5, 28 year old women. Not teenagers. Later we ate dinner at the blue ribbon sushi restaurant. This is some of the worst fish I have ever eaten. And for prices like that, it should be amazing. I was so disappointed. The concierge in the morning was a young woman and she was super sweet and the rooms were very nice and clean. These are the only two reasons the rating is even a 2.
Imagine an overly modern hotel in 2005. Now, imagine that same hotel that does zero upgrades or anything to re-invest into the hotel. That’s Sixty Les. During check in, my buddy gets a long listed scripted list of “don’t do’s” which included no partying, loud noise, fridge containing drinks that are all chargeable, blah. I get it, but the attitude was quite a negative start to the stay. Price reflects the hotel. I paid a little more, upgraded and got one of the “higher floor” junior suites. The whopping 14th floor with no real view, stains on couches, water marks on desks, damaged lamp shade, very average to below average hotel. Bed was decent, I will give them that. Wasn’t very impressed with location either. Stick with West Village or Soho.
We had our honeymoon in New York from Norway and first started with a cheap ABNB, but hated it and decided it was our honeymoon after all and that we deserved some luxury and ended ut at Sixty Les. The room was big with a big bathroom, a "living room" and a big bed in its own part of the room, overlooking the pool and the classical New York brick buildings. The pool was amazing! The rooftop was magical!