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Hudson New York, Central Park

4.0 out of 5.0

Hudson New York, Central Park

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Room too small... terrace closed... disappointing; however, staff = friendly & location = very good

It was close to the theatre, Central Park and plenty of eateries

The location was great and I loved my room. The room was small, but just right for my needs. I loved the bath products.

We like the location. We didnt like the customer service in the bar.

I didnt like that i payed a resort fee and the rooftop wasnt even open for the weekend. I would like a refund of resort fee please

Firstly - I only chose this hotel because it was close to the Lincoln Center. The address is the address of the upper end residence next to the hotel (so it appears). I saw my room at $199. New York hotel tax is about 30. And then when I went to check in it was another 30 (roughly) for ammenities. Plus a credit card deposit of 75. Then my "superior" room was not available so I could wait or take a standard room and get free breakfast. ... My room was a small hallway (like 6 feet) , tiny bathroom, and tiny bedroom. No soap. (just an inconvenience) So I paid almost 300 for a place that would go for 20 dollars in other places in the world. The hotel is very dark or dimmly lit and there are folks who seem either not to care to much about the price or who got suckered like me. And they seem a little humble like - is the official unofficial refugee dormatory. Think dimly lit, and budget tourist from every corner of the the planet. The breakfast was not apetising. It was dim and it smelled bad and the cut meat was uncovered and the coffee was weak. My 17 dollar tiny OJ and 2 tangerines were cold though. IMO for the money you can do better. Don't get suckered by this hotel ad. cheers cp

I stay at The Hudson a lot, mainly for it’s extremely “convenient location” to Central Park, Lincoln Center & Shopping Center, and 5th Avenue. However, the rooms and entire common areas have seen better days; they look a bit worn out. Both the cafe/umami burger and the roof top terrace have been closed for a while (rooftop closed for well over a year), so the amenities are not quite up to par. But, it’s a great hotel for the price and location. Bedding/pillows/sheets are nice though. Stay there for the location and if you plan on being out in the city more than being in the hotel. Cheers!

This hotel is just fine, I’m guessing many of the negative reviews are from people outside of the area that aren’t use to a boutique style of hotel, so if Holiday Inn or Marriott are what you normally stay at, this may not be the hotel for you. Yes this hotel is darker themed (lighting-wise, think yacht cabin), but anyone familiar with boutique hotels in the city will understand this one of those as opposed to the bright, modern, minimalistic boutique hotels. Staff here were very friendly to me, because I engaged them. The resort fee does give you $10 to use at the bar or at morning breakfast - restaurant only serves breakfast, but your in NYC, why would you eat at your hotel? Reasonably priced food and liquor establishments patronized by locals are a 1/2 a block up on 9th Avenue. One oddity about the rooms, for couples, is there is a big glass window wall separating the main room from the bathroom which is only blocked by a sheer curtain - that might make privacy an issue for some couples. I was alone, so it wasn’t an issue, but it’s odd they don’t frost this window wall to make this issue just go away. All in all, I’ll def stay again. I’m from CT, so finding another hotel I like is always nice as I get to NYC most weekend, but if you’re a tourist keep in mind the issues I have talked about and remember NYC hotel rooms are small and nothing like the size you may be use to elsewhere at this price range- larger rooms can be gotten, but usually at a premium price.

The shower was small and see through. It also didn’t work well. It was like a shower at a hostel.

Very, very small room. Bathroom extra small. Many areas of the hotel had chipped paint on walls and doors.

The uniqueness was unpleasant for us. Trying to have “atmosphere “ just meant dark and creepy in the lobby and common areas. The elevators were not all working and the wait was painful. The room was very small, as expected, but even difficult to maneuver . The bathroom was smaller than a cruise ships’s. If you happened to be tall or a bigger person, you would have great difficulty functioning . The toiletries were only shampoo, conditioner and a bar of soap. AND you had to pay an extra $35 “facility fee” .. for what? We were told it would be $10 credit toward food/bar. When we asked at bar while getting a drink, he said he didn’t know what we were talking about. We will NOT return. ( if you are modest, the bathroom was visible from the room as the wall into the room is glass!!!)

Room was very small even for nyc standards had to walk side step to get around bed bathroom was the size of a boat cabin. Location was great br looked fun.

We liked the looks of the main lobby. We originally picked this hotel because of the restaurant that was supposed to be on premises. The restaurant was closed and it was never stated on the website. Front desk was ok, a little rude. There was no coffee maker or any real amenities at all. We stayed because of a good deal money wise but I would not go back.

The room was 75 degrees. There was a crime scene across the hallway. The bathroom smelled like mold.

Very clean , comfortable beds and good breakfast .

Property is under construction, common areas are aged and tired, starting from the entry, horrible doors, crappy escalator, and slow elevators. Rooms need total overhaul, the hotel is just old and fully depreciated; start over!

358 W 58th St New York NY

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Central Park and Columbus Circle
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 2 bars/lounges
  • Fitness center

Located in Midtown, Hudson New York, Central Park is adjacent to Central Park and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Columbus Circle. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 866 rooms and conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace.


Dining

For your convenience, a continental breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

A flat-screen TV comes with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include a safe, a phone, and an ironing board.


Property features

At Hudson New York, Central Park, guests have access to a fitness center, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. Valet parking is available for USD 65 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with securing valuables, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, a business center, and a library.

Room options

Deluxe Room

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite, 1 Bedroom

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Studio

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Hudson New York, Central Park

Everyone (114) Couples (7) Family (9)
3
Families

Room too small... terrace closed... disappointing; however, staff = friendly & location = very good

By on May 23, 2019

4
Families

It was close to the theatre, Central Park and plenty of eateries

By on May 18, 2019

4
Everyone

The location was great and I loved my room. The room was small, but just right for my needs. I loved the bath products.

By on May 17, 2019

3
Partner Couples Business Business Travelers

We like the location. We didnt like the customer service in the bar.

By on May 12, 2019

4
Everyone

I didnt like that i payed a resort fee and the rooftop wasnt even open for the weekend. I would like a refund of resort fee please

By on May 5, 2019

3
Everyone

By on May 2, 2019

2
Everyone

Firstly - I only chose this hotel because it was close to the Lincoln Center. The address is the address of the upper end residence next to the hotel (so it appears). I saw my room at $199. New York hotel tax is about 30. And then when I went to check in it was another 30 (roughly) for ammenities. Plus a credit card deposit of 75. Then my "superior" room was not available so I could wait or take a standard room and get free breakfast. ... My room was a small hallway (like 6 feet) , tiny bathroom, and tiny bedroom. No soap. (just an inconvenience) So I paid almost 300 for a place that would go for 20 dollars in other places in the world. The hotel is very dark or dimmly lit and there are folks who seem either not to care to much about the price or who got suckered like me. And they seem a little humble like - is the official unofficial refugee dormatory. Think dimly lit, and budget tourist from every corner of the the planet. The breakfast was not apetising. It was dim and it smelled bad and the cut meat was uncovered and the coffee was weak. My 17 dollar tiny OJ and 2 tangerines were cold though. IMO for the money you can do better. Don't get suckered by this hotel ad. cheers cp

By , from Las Vegas on Apr 29, 2019

4
Families

I stay at The Hudson a lot, mainly for it’s extremely “convenient location” to Central Park, Lincoln Center & Shopping Center, and 5th Avenue. However, the rooms and entire common areas have seen better days; they look a bit worn out. Both the cafe/umami burger and the roof top terrace have been closed for a while (rooftop closed for well over a year), so the amenities are not quite up to par. But, it’s a great hotel for the price and location. Bedding/pillows/sheets are nice though. Stay there for the location and if you plan on being out in the city more than being in the hotel. Cheers!

By , from Washington DC on Apr 27, 2019

5
Everyone

This hotel is just fine, I’m guessing many of the negative reviews are from people outside of the area that aren’t use to a boutique style of hotel, so if Holiday Inn or Marriott are what you normally stay at, this may not be the hotel for you. Yes this hotel is darker themed (lighting-wise, think yacht cabin), but anyone familiar with boutique hotels in the city will understand this one of those as opposed to the bright, modern, minimalistic boutique hotels. Staff here were very friendly to me, because I engaged them. The resort fee does give you $10 to use at the bar or at morning breakfast - restaurant only serves breakfast, but your in NYC, why would you eat at your hotel? Reasonably priced food and liquor establishments patronized by locals are a 1/2 a block up on 9th Avenue. One oddity about the rooms, for couples, is there is a big glass window wall separating the main room from the bathroom which is only blocked by a sheer curtain - that might make privacy an issue for some couples. I was alone, so it wasn’t an issue, but it’s odd they don’t frost this window wall to make this issue just go away. All in all, I’ll def stay again. I’m from CT, so finding another hotel I like is always nice as I get to NYC most weekend, but if you’re a tourist keep in mind the issues I have talked about and remember NYC hotel rooms are small and nothing like the size you may be use to elsewhere at this price range- larger rooms can be gotten, but usually at a premium price.

By , from Bridgeport, CT on Apr 20, 2019

4
Friends Families

The shower was small and see through. It also didn’t work well. It was like a shower at a hostel.

By on Apr 20, 2019

Hudson New York, Central Park

358 W 58th St, New York, NY 10019