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it got really hot in our room. you had to call the front desk. they had to go to the roof to turn it on. also the computer does not work.for.wake up calls. the front desk staff is helpful i would only stay again if...More
We stayed here in September 2012, the hotel had recently opened. We spent a week in the city sight seeing and just wanted a base. The room was small, but that's standard in New York unless you want to spend big bucks. The price was...More
The Tribeca Blu is a good deal by NYC standards. It is important to note that all kinds of real estate in New York are INCREDIBLY EXPENSIVE from a regular point of view. Travelers should arrive with the understanding that rooms are about 1/3 the...More
Personell could be more attentive and the room bigger. The hotel is fairly new, so the overall quality is ok for now. Good choice for lower Manhattan (on the busy Canal street) if the reasonable price is taken into account. Can walk down and up...More
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We liked our stay in Tribeca Blu Hotel a lot. The hotel room was very spatious and it had a closet, a table, a lcd tv, an iron, and a hair dryer and a confortable bed. The bathroom was very big too and it had...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
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I think it would be fine... Your 18 which is considered to be an adult in the US... When I bought this online I went through booking and they never ask your age I paid with my credit card online right away I've never heard... More
I think it would be fine... Your 18 which is considered to be an adult in the US... When I bought this online I went through booking and they never ask your age I paid with my credit card online right away I've never heard of the rule your asking well at least for the US and that's where I'm from living in the UK... We use to live close to Wall Street so when I hear Chinatown I was worried but it's a cute hotel, clean, our room was small bit in another occasion we got the bigger bed and that room was huge the whole place is quiet even though it's on a busy street... When visiting from another country they may or may not ask to see your passport but I think that's standard though ... Have fun!