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The Marlton Hotel

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5 W 8th St, New York City, NY 10011-9099
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#172 of 517 hotels in New York City
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With the Marlton Hotel, located in the heart of Greenwich Village, comes the latest vision of Hotelier Sean MacPherson. This elegantly restored landmark building was formerly a home to famous artistic figures of the Bohemian and Beat movements, ‘most notably Jack Kerouac’. MacPherson redesigned the property by combining the original architecture with updated French influences for a look inspired by Paris and Greenwich Village history. This “baby grand” hotel guest rooms are charmingly petite yet grand in décor. Guest rooms feature herringbone wood floors, brass fixtures, crown moldings, and marble bathrooms.The ground floor of the property features a 100-seat restaurant with a coffee bar.
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Peggy L wrote a review Jun 8
10 contributions2 helpful votes
Pre-Covid I adored the breakfasts at the Marlton. Now, they still have the great coffee bar but all they have to eat are pastries, sigh. Hopefully, the old breakfast comes back but I do love this place. I've stayed several times and always feel at home here! Great location! Charm, charm, charm!!!
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Date of stay: May 2021
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keith wrote a review May 2021
Brookline, Massachusetts2 contributions1 helpful vote
rooms are very tiny - this was a flophouse in the 1920s and nothing was done to change the room sizes. Room amenities refer to a bath in every room; but we only got a shower. Our room was right outside the housekeepers closet and we couldn't sleep at all with the door opening and slamming shut, walkie talkies and loud voices seemingly all hours. Wall are paper thin, you can hear people walking past. At over $350 a night, this hotel is not worth the money at all. Breakfast consists of muffins, croissants or yogurt.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Rachelle R wrote a review May 2021
Scottsdale, Arizona35 contributions2 helpful votes
Perfect little place! Reminded me of an auberge I’ve stayed at in France. My room was tiny but still have space for all of the necessities and I’ve become partial to micro hotels. The room was beautifully appointed. Everything is well worn showing good use but not in a dirty or unappealing way. The staff was pleasant. The common space downstairs was perfect for different functions throughout the day. Couches and coffee tables or outdoor tables for their lovely morning coffee and pastries service, lots of tables for work during the day and cozy fireside settees for a glass of wine, small plates and reading or talking in the evening. Location perfect. Half mile from the heart of the west village. The bar food wasn’t that good, but I’m guessing that’s covid related (used to be a full kitchen, French restaurant, Margaux). There are so many amazing places to eat in the neighborhood, I wouldn’t let that stop me from staying there again—and I definitely will be.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Traveled on business
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mcwanders wrote a review Jan 2021
New York City, New York3 contributions4 helpful votes
Rooms are small but very clean and well appointed. I stayed at The Marlton for three weeks while working on a project and didn’t want to leave. The breakfast included was delicious and the staff was great. I will definitely be back for future stays.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
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Andrew A wrote a review Feb 2020
12 contributions11 helpful votes
First of all, they're not kidding saying these rooms are small but that being said they were perfectly adequate for us as a couple , even with a couple of cases. The hotel itself had that dark wood 'cosy feel' to it, helped along by the roaring fire going on in the lobby. Be warned though, the hotel lobby is a 'hub' for all sorts of people, students, locals etc so getting a seat can prove tricky at almost any time of day. There is also a very nice ( if pricey) cocktail bar. In general the staff were very helpful but there were a couple of times where certain individuals at the front desk were less than attentive to detail, ie, being given the wrong bill ( twice!) and being given the wrong key (twice!). All in all, the hotel is in a fabulous location with the whole of Greenwich Village within walking distance and a nearby subway stop ( west 4th St) and we would stay again.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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$202 - $445 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNew YorkNew York CityDowntown Manhattan (Downtown) / Greenwich Village
NUMBER OF ROOMS
108
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