Cosmopolitan Hotel - Tribeca

Address: 95 West Broadway, New York City, New York, 10007, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Tribeca area of New York City, is near TriBeCa, City Hall Park Visitor Information Center, Tweed Courthouse, and Shoofly.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCosmopolitan Hotel - Tribeca New York City

      Reviewed by chris_yvette

      Tiny, but fine

      Reviewed Apr 18, 2014
      by (2 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Tiny room but clean and good location

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by dalwadiworld

      Out hotel in hip TriBeCa

      Reviewed Sep 28, 2013
      by (1 review) Solihull , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Close to everything and a short walk from Ground Zero

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Historical Traveler Reviews Cosmopolitan Hotel - Tribeca New York City

      Perfect family hotel


      We have just celebrated our Golden anniversary in this hotel with our children, sons and daughters in law and grandchildren. Our group consisted of 11 persons, 7 coming from Denmark, 4 coming from Santa Barbara, California. We have spent 5 days in New York and found the hotel very nice and clean, the personnel very kind and attentive, the rooms perhaps on the small side, but as we mainly spent our nights there it was not so important. The surroundings are very interesting and colourful and we found all types of nice restaurants for our meals in the near neigbourhood. Taking into account the inexpensive price we found the hotel ideal for our family!

      Kind regards-Torben Senn & family



      This hotel was relatively clean and that's about it as far as its positive attributes are concerned. At times it sounded like you were staying in a fraternity house as the walls must be paper thin. The Cosmopolitan gives new meaning to the the concept of staying in a shoebox. The rooms are miniature; much too small for two people. Bathroom was clean but tiny; shower was designed for a midget. My advice; spend an extra $50.00 a night and get yourself a good night's sleep elsewhere.

      Good NYC hotel w/o the NYC price


      My husband and I stayed here in October and I was definitely surprised at how clean the place was and also how inexpensive it was. We got a room with 2 double beds, and yes, the room was small, but it did the job. It is fairly inexpensive for something downtown, so if I ever need to stay in NYC for just a nite, I would definitely go back here again.

      I would recommend this place for someone who wants a nice, clean place to stay and doesn't want to pay the normal price for a NYC hotel.

      Great location!


      This hotel was very cute. The room was small but very clean and comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful. Subways were very accessible. There are some decent restaurants near by and it's in a good neighborhood. I'd definitely stay here again, especially for the price!

      Clean, serviceable, good location


      I stayed at the Cosmo the weekend of Oct. 18th, and it was just fine.

      Room is small, but I was staying by myself, so I had plenty of space. I couldn't hear any street noise (I was on an inside room - no view), but could hear every little thing going on in the hallway. I can't sleep in any strange place without earplugs anyway, so I just wear those and have no problem. I think half the bad reviews on this site would be good reviews if people just had the good sense to bring earplugs when they travel!

      The hotel is on the same corner as the 1/9 Chambers St. Metro station, so it's easy to get around the lower West side, Village, Chelsea, Tribeca, etc. Very convenient. The front-desk people were sometimes nice, sometimes not so much. Price is very reasonable - 119 per night.

      Clean, Comfortatable, Noisy


      I stayed at the Comso a while ago. At that time, the website claimed that the hotel had sound-proof windows. Nothing could have been further from the truth. The website no longer makes this claim. On the other hand, the hotel was very clean and comfortable. The staff was efficient, but not friendly. The price is very good for a Manhattan hotel. I would stay here again.



      I stayed here last week, and chose the hotel based on other peoples reviews on this site.A major priority when staying somewhere on a budget, is that I don't really care what its like once it's clean and feels safe, the Cosmopolitan fits the bill exactly. The rooms are small but fine, and everyone who worked there was very friendly. There is a subway stop right outside the door, so its really easy to get around and we were able to leave our bags for the day after checking out.

      Decent Value


      Clean, comfortable, all around nice place. The staff were very nice, except there were a couple of spanish speaking desk personell that spoke in very broken english and seemed a bit rude. The shower was scarey - went from piping hot to extreme cold. However, the mattress was comfortable, the place was virtually spotless, everything was freshly remodeled and overall (considering how expensive any room is in NY) it was a little pricey - but still a decent value at around $170 a night.

      Would stay again


      Some friends and I got the room that sleeps 5 people. It was ver nice and seemed to be in such a great location. We only had 2 complaints. One it was so hot in the hallways (August) and the toilet clogged twice. But, it was very clean and modern. Great if you are on a budget!

      Value for money


      I always used to stay at the Cosmo for the right downtown location combined with the right price. Though the service level is low (no food services at all) I get everything I expect for the 1000 quid a week it costs me including all the taxes.

      The first three times I stayed there I always woke up to and fell asleep with the WTC silhouette. It wont be the same withuot it but I hope I will get back to the Cosmo again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Cosmopolitan Hotel - Tribeca New York City

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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