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|"Excellent location and common areas."||(in 260 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff, good wi-fi, good breakfast."||(in 84 reviews)|
|"Lovely welcoming staff and great facilities."||(in 221 reviews)|
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|"Ridiculously small rooms and beds."||(in 23 reviews)|
|"There was consistently no hot water."||(in 17 reviews)|
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|friendly staff||in 368 reviews|
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Loved the gourmet vegan breakfast
If you want a dog kennel or Harry Potter's cupboard experience.
It was fairly clean. And the 9pm quiet time meant people were quiet (But also meant you had to go OUTSIDE to 8th avenue to make a phone call).
They weren't rooms, they were kennels. No ceilings, so you can hear your neighbor snore and the bathroom and shower and walking and everything. If you are taller than 5'9", then plan for sleeping diagonally on your tiny bed since your head and feet will touch either wall. The rooms are the length of the bed exactly, with about 1.5 feet of space next to the bed (so perhaps 6 feet by 4 feet rooms?) Morning stretching? Forget about it. If you're claustrophobic at all, you will want to leave.
Perfectly tiny rooms in a clean and peaceful spot
If you're ok with having little space, this place is great. It's clean, the staff is great, the guests all seem to respect both privacy and quiet, the bathrooms were spotless and the rooms, while very small, had storage space for your bag, a clean bed and a small bed side table/desk. I went there to unwind and reflect, and it was the perfect location.
While everyone respects the quiet of the space, you can still hear pretty much everything, from footsteps to bag rustling. It's totally quiet after 11pm, but if a guest needs to leave at 5am and you're a light sleeper, you'll likely hear them. Otherwise, no complaints!
very very budget, but great staff
location, staff, vegetarian friendly
room walls are paper thin with no ceilings so you hear everything around you from coughing to conversations to snoring. Earplugs are a must. The showers were terrible though. No hot water in most of the showers and if someone else was showering in a nearby shower stall forget having any water pressure.
A night or two is ok
Comfy bed, albeit short. Plenty of hot water in the morning. Friendly staff and a good location.
It's very noisy at night so if you are a light sleeper you might want to look elsewhere. The rooms are essentially cubicles with locking doors so sound travels easily throughout the floor.
Chelsea Cabins is located in New York City. This property offers several units for guests, and it has a central location that makes it possible to visit many of the most popular attractions in the city with ease. There are two types of rooms at the property. There are single rooms on a men-only floor with shared bathrooms. There are also single rooms with shared bedrooms on another floor for everyone. The rooms offer basic amenities that give guests a cozy and comfortable place to rest during their vacation in NYC. Those who stay at the property will find that it provides a range of different types of amenities. The building offers free wireless Internet and check-in is available around the clock. The facility also has free baggage storage. There are fresh and comfortable linens for the beds, irons, hairdryers, and fresh towels. The rooms have air conditioning, as well. The facility offers a laptop workspace and a free breakfast. The breakfast includes items like organic tea, coffee, bread, fruit, and cereal. Thanks to the location of Chelsea Cabins, guests can reach many NYC destinations easily. Options include Chinatown, Ellis Island, Grand Central Terminal, the American Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, Central Park, and more. Great places to grab a bite to eat are nearby, such as Dallas BBQ or Blossom Restaurant.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
Chelsea is known for: art galleries, shopping, LGBTMore
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