Cosmopolitan Hotel

95 West Broadway, At Chambers Street, New York City, New York, 10007, United States
(3.5 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Nice and not too expensive

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 1, 2012

I stayed 3 nights. I had a nice and clean standard room. Everything worked well. The AC and heating. I read that other travellers had problems but the room temperature was perfect for me. Not too cold or hot. The toilet did a good job and there was always instant hot water. Television also excellent quality. The only downside it had no mini fridge. Otherwise it would have been a perfect 10.

The location is good. Not too many crowds, just easy and quiet. Lots and lots of (cheap) eateries, a few bars, a food emporium and a 7-11 at walking distance.
You can take bus 5 uptown or 20 back to the hotel if you're not in a hurry, else take the train.

Unique Quality: Very friendly and always helpful staff. A real nice team. Thanks for all your help.

Directions: Tribeca. Earlier I slept in Midtown and around Central Park but I prefer this area because it's where the normal people live.

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A quiet and very clean downtown hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 23, 2007

Very clean interior. Not the most inspiring deco, but sufficient enough. Rooms were cleaned and towels changed every day, as expected. The hotel is rather quiet, except for some humming noise coming from the air-co units in the building next door. The staff are genuinely friendly and helpful and do not give you any funny attitude, which is almost a norm in many places Europe. In addition, literally all of them speak fluent Spanish.

Unique Quality: The location is very good. It's not in the hustle and bustle of the uptown, and still it's not that far from it because of the metro. The Chambers Street metro station (Red lines 1, 2 and 3) is literally two footsteps away from the front door of the hotel. Another metro station (Blue lines, A, C and E) is just one block away. In addition, a 7-day metro ticket cost less than $30 per person which is literally about £15 i.e. no money at all.

Ground Zero (and the rest of the Financial district, including Wall Street) is about 5minutes' walk away from the hotel, Soho about 10min and Greenwich village about 20 min. China town is not very far either.

They also organise an annual film festival in the area every Spring called Tribeca film festival.

There is no restaurant or cafe in the hotel itself yet (They are planning to open Cosmopolitan Cafe next door at some point but it wasn't open in April 2007), but there are plenty of places to eat nearby. Starbucks cafe is just downstairs, and so is a cafe called 'Soda Bar' which does decent enough breakfast. I happened to taste their blueberry muffins though and was very disappointed as it was hardly what I expected. Not like the blueberry muffins I'm used to in the UK: not sweet, but greasy and at the same time a bit dry, but I don't know it that was some kind of specialty. I didn't ask. The granola (sweet cruesli clusters) with fruit and yogurt, scrambled eggs and orange juice were very nice though.

Directions: TriBeCa area. A few blocks off Broadway.

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Cosmopolitan Hotel - Great Value

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 19, 2005

Situated in Lower Manhattan, clean room, comfortable bed. Fresh towels every day. Great value. No restaurant in hotel but Starbucks coffee shop next door. Plenty of interesting cafes and restaurants nearby. Short walk to Franklin Street subway, this will give you plenty of options for sightseeing.

Directions: Tribeca District, within walking distance of China Town and Greenwich Village.

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Address: 95 West Broadway, At Chambers Street, New York City, New York, 10007, United States

Amenities at Cosmopolitan Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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