Hudson, An Ian Schrager Hotel

356 West 58th Street, New York City, New York, 10019, United States
(4 star hotel)
#320 of 761 hotels in New York City
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 8 reviews
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A rambunctious little gem

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 19, 2013

Busy, loud, dark. This not the kind of hotel you want to stay at if you're looking for a little R&R, or if you're a loner who likes to settle in early. The Hudson in NY has nightly parties, expensive drinks, a rooftop terrace and bar, and an open courtyard with dj's and bands that pump bass throughout the entire hotel for the better part of the night.

I've been here twice. Once in a standard room and another time in the deluxe. If you're going to be staying here with another person, my advice would be to get a deluxe room. It seems the larger rooms are on the lower floors while the tiny standard rooms are farther up. I stayed in room 449 and it was really nice. I'd say it had enough extra space to exercise.. if you're into that sort of thing. It had a decent sized bathroom and a nice walk-in shower.

The standard room (room 2340) was not so spacious. It was the typical small space you see in many of the photos people upload. Maybe about a foot or two of space on all three sides of the bed. A bathtub with shower attachment and peekaboo window into the bedroom. The bathroom has little room to move, and my knees hit the door when sat on the toilet.

Honeymoon in new york

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 7, 2010

We were told the rooms were small when we booked with our travel agent but it was still a shock that you cannot easily walk around a small double bed in this room.

The bars are very cool and this is a place people go to to be seen to be out. We had a room on the 3rd floor right by the aircon vents. Got upgraded to a room with 2 double beds but was still quite poky. Not got any other experience apart from Hostels in New York but would say to shop around for a larger room than you will get here.

Directions: 1 block from central park.

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The Hudson Hotel (near central park)

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 28, 2008

We stayed on our most recent visit to NY, at the Hudson Hotel - its very near Central Park - 10 min walk.

However the hotel is not to everyone's taste. The outside does not even look like a hotel, there is no grand entrance, you take an escalator to the reception floor, the whole of the hotel is dark and reception area, bleak and dark and you feel like you are entering a 'club'. Staff are friendly and helpful, but there was something missing for me, I like the traditional feeling of reception at hotels and there was just starkness. That word is probably right as the Hudson, is designed by Phillipe Stark.

There is a bar in the hotel that is loud and attracts many a fashionable new yorker - drinks are over priced but at present it is the place to be seen.

The rooms: small. dark. no storage for clothes or anything - whatsoever!

Two small lamps which give out no light, an uncomfortable chair made out of metal and a low futon type bed (however this was very comfortable) We spent our 4 nights in this room, living out of our suitcases and stepping over them, as there were no drawers or hanging spaces.

I personally would never stay there again.

Unique Quality: Different. An experience.

Good diner across the road ideal for breakfast.

Directions: Near Central Park

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Cheap Chic

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 3, 2006

Hudson describes itself as the next generation of Cheap Chic – stylish, democratic, affordable, young at heart and utterly cool.

My take: don't expect too much and you'll be very pleased with the hip decor and clean, stylish rooms.

Unique Quality: Hudson’ has 1000 guest rooms – that is a lot!! Most of them are reminiscent of a yacht, with walls richly paneled in imported African wood, flowing white curtains, sleek stainless steel tables, crisp white linens and brass-riveted furniture.

The rooftop terrace is tiny, but immaculate. The bar is very cool ... in fact, it is here that you are more likely to see celebrities (as opposed to actually checking in) and the private garden is unique among NY hotels. Nearly every room has a view of this garden.

Hotel/Club

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 28, 2005

I would recommend staying in this Hotel. There are lots of people working there. They are all very helpful. I like the fact that check in was at 3:00pm but they gave us a room at 7:00am. The room was very small but very clean.

Unique Quality: Great service, Has a fun lounge and Bar

Bland but good nightlife

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 16, 2005

Great atmosphere, lobby is beautiful. Rooms are very sparse - bathrooms almost impossible to manuever in. You get club access when staying there which is a great place for nightlife. Beware- if a celebrity is in the buidling - bodyguards have no conern for guests of the hotel.

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Very Chic But Not Horribly Expensive

by written on April 19, 2003

A Very good mid-town location - ideal for Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall concerts, not that far from most Broadway Theaters either. A lot of beautiful people work here and stay here, but it's not so intimidating: the staff is most accomodating, and not at all haughty. Even a shy midwesterner like yooperprof was made to feel completely comfortable amidst the trendies. The rooms are quite small - but the room rates are very reasonable for NYC. (I was able to get a sweet deal using one of the internet discounters.) The Hudson has two chic bars and a delightful patio garden that is open in good weather.

Directions: Midtown - Columbus Circle

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New York Architecture at its best!

by written on March 10, 2003

Super-swanky, funky, up-scale hotel in mid-town Manhattan...we got a 'special' deal on the internet for $175....great way to spend a last night in New York!

Unique Quality: Unique architecture ala Ian Schrager/Philippe Starck ...

Directions: Next to Central Park, Mid-town

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Address: 356 West 58th Street, New York City, New York, 10019, United States

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