After reading some of the other reviews, I was prepared for a very uncleanly experience ... but our room was very clean and nice!! Minimalist Art Deco-ish furniture, but there was NO nold, mildew, and some of the other gross things described previously. There was about a 10-15 minute wsait to check ...
Love this hotel, would definitely recommend and stay here again, but the missing stars are due to the bathroom configuration- having the toilet and shower in the same room means you are screwed if you have to pee and someone is in the shower.
We had a room on the top 17th floor. The view was amazing. The staff was exceptional, always ready to help and serve. Enjoyed having all the necessary amenities in the room. (It would have been even better though if there were half and half packets in the fridge for the coffee. The dry creamer is ...
Stayed with my two kids (10 and 15). Very easy check-in with helpful and patient staff at the front desk. Comfortable room with 2 beds- recently renovated. Heating was a little noisy in the night, but we all slept well. Very accessible location - easy to get around the city from the point. Were able ...
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We had a room on the top 17th floor. The view was amazing. The staff was exceptional, always ready to help and serve. Enjoyed having all the necessary amenities in the room. (It would have been even better though if there were half and half packets in the fridge for the coffee. The dry creamer is not classy enough for this hotel). The subway station was also a block or two away and the line came directly from JFK.
overall a great experience... room clean great welcoming staff
Great hotel! Yes rooms are small but that’s New York City for you. Got a room on top floor with a view. I would definitely stay at the Hudson again.
There wasn’t a complimentary breakfasf. I found out the hard way. Went downstairs and helped myself to some eggs . Received a $22 bill for it because I didn’t have a breakfast voucher. Most expensive eggs of my life ! I wish someone would have told me before I sat down and ate :(