Larchmont Hotel

27 West 11th Street, New York City, New York, 10011, United States
#227 of 823 hotels in New York City
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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Great Value - When Everything Works

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 30, 2007

Larchmont Hotel: Great Value – When Everything Works

I stayed at the Larchmont Hotel for 7 nights in April of 2007. It’s a very cozy place on a quiet block in the upper part of the West Village, about 5 blocks north of Washington Square Park. It’s a great boutique, Euro-style hotel with small rooms, bathrooms down the hall, and – for New York – looooow prices.

My single room was $80/night, $99/night for Friday and Saturday.

On the positive side, the street is pretty quiet, the walls aren’t paper-thin, the housekeeping is great, every room has a sink, hair dryer, and desk, a TV with limited channels, and you get a robe and slippers to use. Though they don’t say so on their website, they do have internet access, though it isn’t wireless – you need to bring an Ethernet cable. A forgettable continental breakfast is included - hardly worth taking advantage of.

The BIG negative was that, due to the boiler going out, there was no hot water. The staff was very apologetic, and, as compensation, the hotel took 30% off of my bill and paid for using the shower at the YMCA a few blocks away. They never did get it fixed, and, from what I understood, it was going to take a long while to get it working again.

Would I stay here again? In a heartbeat! Besides the hot water, it was a wonderful experience.

Unique Quality: One odd historical footnote about this place is that it is right across the street from an infamous address!

You'll notice that #18 11th Street is different than the other houses on the block. That's because the original one was blown up in the early 1970's, when three members of the radical group the Weathermen accidentally detonated a bomb they were working on. They, of course, died. Actor Dustin Hoffman was living in #16 and was home when the bomb went off. He was not injured, but, not long afterwards, he moved out of the neighborhood.

Directions: In Greenwich Village between 5th and 6th Ave on 11th Street

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It looks like England

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 5, 2005

Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, the Larchmont Hotel is not a good hotel, but not bad.
My room was small yet clean in this old styled hotel. When I arrived there was an "out of order" sign on the shared toilet. On leaving for the evening I told the gentleman at the front desk. He was confused since he had not been informed about the need for a repair. However, when I returned the problem had been fixed.
In the morning the "breakfast" was very small. One bagel and a coffee later I was served.
At $104.00 total this may be a "good" value for the Big Apple but it was no great deal to me.

Unique Quality: Quient.
Provided slippers and a bathrobe.
Color TV.
A fan in the room.

Directions: Greenwich Village

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On recommendation

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 30, 2004

Quite neighbourhood. Decent rooms, price considered. Meager breakfast.

Unique Quality: Centrally located, right off 5th Avenue. Close to a bunch of good restaurants and diners on 6th, even a WiFi Starbucks.

Larchmont Hotel

by written on September 7, 2002

$80-$120

Unique Quality: What makes this hotel so great? Price and location. Staying in Manhattan is expensive and this hotel's rooms can under $100 (not inc. taxes). It's in the Village so finding somewhere good to eat in the evening is really easy. And the street it's on is really quiet. It only has shared bathrooms, but the rooms are clean and attractive, the staff friendly, the building is an old brownstone, and breakfast is included in the price.

Directions: 27 W 11th Street between 5th and 6th - Greenwich Village a few blocks north of Washington Square

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Living less expensive (than in the rest of NYC)

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 26, 2002

The Larchmont Hotel in Greenwich is located in a quiet living area, but with bars, clubs and cafés nearby. 20 minutes walking distance to the Empire State Building in the north and 20 minutes to the Financial District in the South.
Clean rooms, showers located on each floor, friendly people.
Cheap for New York. I paid $64 per night.

Directions: Located in the heart of the Village (Greenwich)

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Larchmont Hotel.

by written on August 25, 2002

About $80.

Unique Quality: More charm and atmosphere than most hotels you can stay at in New York. It is a small place, so it is more personal and you are right in the heart of town - transportation gallor, great neighbourhood, a park at the end of the street. You can save tons on transportation as shopping and all the hopping nightlife is only a walk away.

Beware: There are no individual bathrooms with each room, but that did not seem to faze my mother-in-law, who is very fussy about privicy.

Directions: in Downtown New York, in Greenwich Village. Check out the link below to get the phone number, address, and current rates.

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Address: 27 West 11th Street, New York City, New York, 10011, United States

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