Comfort Inn Chelsea

18 West 25th Street, at 5th Avenue, New York City, New York, 10010, United States
#288 of 823 hotels in New York City
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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A good place to stay

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 14, 2010

I recommend this hotel because it has a great location. We stayed in a family room with good size and very clean. The subway is close but for those who like to walk everythinhg is quite easy. It´s near Broadway and 5ª avenida. The breakfast could be better.

Unique Quality: From our bedroom we good see the Empire State Building, a great view.

Directions: Chealsea

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nice view, good area, but a bit run down...

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 2, 2004

It was the cheapest place we could find so we were not expecting much. Its run down but who cares. You are only sleeping there!

Unique Quality: it has a nice view of a church right across the street. There is a deal for parking--18$ for 24 hours and it is in an excellent central location.

Directions: In the chelsea district.

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Good Clean Budget Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 26, 2004

Good budget accommodation. We paid £48.00 a night for a double room via hotel.com. Clean, daily maid service, excellent location, in between the flat iron building and empire state building. No tea-making facilities, so bring a travel kettle and some typhoo if you drink tea like I do. 9 floors, 2 lifts. Also has a gift shop and a good chinese downstairs. They can also arrange travel back to the airport if you dont want to go by subway/yellow cab. No bugs, smelly sheets. Just off broadway.

Unique Quality: View of the Empire State Building from Hotel steps.

Directions: Just off Broadway, opposite park with Met Life Building, and Flat Iron building around the corner.

Arlington Hotel - Very Grungy and Dingey Hotel!

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 9, 2003

Last Stay: July 2002

Hopefully this hotel has improved in the last 1 year, but this is written as a result of my stay in July 2002:
This is basically a glorfied "motel". When I stayed here last July (2002), I was charged $150.00 (that is WITH my student discount). Little did I know - for the same price or even a few dollars more, we could have stayed at a much better and CLEANER hotel. At the time they were remodeling, but that does not excuse the unclean conditions. I was afraid to take off my shoes and walk on the carpet, the bathroom was terrifying and there were no toiletries or toilet paper in the room. There was also no phone to call down to the front desk. I had to go down to the front desk only to be told that they did not provide shampoo. I was also only given on small towel. Did I forget to mention, that we had a beautiful view overlooking abandoned cars in an allyway through windows with bars on them. If you ever wondered what prison feels like - stay here.

It is located in an ok area (A Flatiron district) - walking distance to the Flat Iron Building, Madison Square Park and to the very over-rated, very expensive, very greasy "Broadway Diner".

Bottom line: Look around on the internet - there are better deals for hotels in New York City for the same price. Do not stay here unless every other decent hotel is sold out. I'd only stay here again if it were an emergency.

Unique Quality: Be warned - the lobby is misleading. The clerks at the front desk are behind bullet proof glass similar to bank clerks! Not very reassuring.

Also: When making the reservation, I was told breakfast was included. It wasn't. They told us to go down the street to the Broadway Diner, where a simple bagel and coffee cost $7.00, and a very greasy egg sandwich cost $8.50! If you stay here - be prepared to be on your own for breakfast. Their idea of breakfast was a soda vending machine in the lobby.

Directions: Between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
N, R at 23rd St.

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Address: 18 West 25th Street, at 5th Avenue, New York City, New York, 10010, United States

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  • Continental Breakfast
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Bar / Lounge

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