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Nice hotel. I like the design and decor. Clean and comfortable. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The view from our room on the ninth floor was excellent. We faced the Empire State Building. Nice location within walking distance to Chinatown, Little Italy and...More
The design is far more superior, modern, clean most of all its confortable people that work there are kind and the best I have ever seen compared to other hotels in new york city definitely above all other hotel I have seen
I'm sorry to have to give this hotel a poor rating as some things were great like the view, the ambience and the staff at all levels. Good location, wonderful roof terrace.
The Major problem is the traffic noise. We were on the top 9th...More
We had a layover in NY before heading to Europe, and stayed at The Nolitan since we found a deal on LivingSocial. Best decision! The staff was wonderful, and surprised us with a bottle of champagne in the room since it was our Anniversary. They...More
Knowing that we wanted to be close to alot of our favourite restaurants and people for a couple of nights, we checked in to the Nolitan and were not disappointed. Understated but professional service, sleek rooms, and we were lucky to have a fantastic cityscape...More
Despite being just off of busy Houston Street, Nolita maintains a low-key vibe that makes it a pleasant retreat in the heart of lower Manhattan. Short for “North of Little Italy,” Nolita was once considered to be part of Little Italy. Today, the neighborhood is popular with young fashionistas popping in and out of the chic independent boutiques that line Mulberry, Mott and Elizabeth Streets. In addition to shopping,
there are cozy restaurants and sidewalk cafes serving everything from new-school Italian food to the world-famous cronuts. While small in size (Nolita stretches just a few blocks in each direction), it’s a great neighborhood to spend an afternoon people watching, window-shopping, and grabbing a bite to eat.