Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan Chelsea
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan Chelsea New York City
Great location, but small room
A great value, but the rooms are soooo small. We called it "the shoebox". Great staff clean rooms, great location and right around the corner from Whole foods so you have great cooked foods ready to go without paying insane prices for meals.
The staff was helpfull when the phones didn't work, they took a day off of our bill.
This is a great place for a couple visiting and seeing all the sights, but not for having a cocktail party.
I stayed here 2 nights in July 2004. Room was very cleanand intresting looking. Comfortable bed. It was a great place to come home to after walking around the city all day(and nite). Close to the subways and in a convienet neighborhood.
Great place. Dont be afraid to ask
We stayed in July for 5 days. Prior to booking I had a few questions for the staff and found them to be well informed and helpful even before arriving. Gladly took care of my delivery time to arrive when we did.
The front desk staff was again cordial and professional. They do have some sort of door/bell service but whenever it would have been nice to have a cab flagged no one was available. Well it is a budget property technically.
The room was clean and well designed. The internet worked well and easily. The beds were very comfortable and were almost up to Westin or Sheraton standards. The only downsides were a wardrobe instead of a closet and no counter space in the bathroom. One complaint is the poorly designed window covering. Yes they were stylish and attractive but they didn't keep out all the light from outside. Def. not welcome in the early morning after enjoying a NYC late night. Another suggestion is try not to take the room at the end of the hall with the ice machine. It is literally right next to the door of one of the rooms I believe on every floor. Other than that our room was quiet and comfortable. Housekeeping was great and friendly.
The breakfast available was just ok. Not bad but better deals just two doors down at the Domincan diner. I was amused to see the menus of various restaurants that would deliver as the hotel doesn't have food service other than breakfast. Front desk was pleased to give me the number of the Dominos that would deliver at 4 in the morning. Bar was stylish and priced about what you have to pay in NYC. However if you are a gay traveller it was fun to people watch and chat with the other patrons. Never very busy though.
I asked about a room refrigerator the next to the last day of the trip. Yes they do have them. I'm a Gold Starwood member so I dont know if they are only a member perk or if anyone can get them. But if I were staying for more than one or two days I would ask!
Nice place and I will almost certainly return. Great location for my needs and good value.
A great Find
This is a great find. I've stayed here twice in a month and couldn't be happier. The rooms are SMALL, but oddly well-designed. I can't imagine more than two people in the room and that would be crowded. That said, the rooms are budget chic, the bed very comfortable, the shower nice. They provide a huge desk/work area with free Internet and an ergonomic desk chair.
The area is ideal for many, although slightly off the usual tourist path. It is on a street with warehouses and small shops, but right off 7th Street and two block from the subway. Whole Foods is a block away, there is a Starbucks nearby with plenty of delis and small markets. You are in Chelsea, so this hotel is popular with gays and those attracted to Chelsea. When I've stayed there, I've seen a large cross-section of people in the hotel.
Excellent room and value
We stayed a Saturday night for $145, and couldn't have been more pleased. The room was not big, but by NYC standards, it was more than adequate. It is modernly furnished with dark wood furniture and brown walls. Sounds like it would be depressing, but it was really quite attractive. We had a view of the Empire State and the Chrysler Buildings. The bed was comfortable. No bathtub, but the shower stall was enormous. Lack of counter space was slightly annoying. I would not hesitate to stay there again, especially at the price we got. I've stayed in much worse places in NYC for much more. We'll be back.
Rooms too small
For the cost this place was awlful. Room was tiny, with an even smaller bathroom. The room was so small two people have to take turns moving around the room. Bathroom was a sink with no counter top, toilet, stand up shower.
This is a great find of a hotel. Because it is new, it is in great shape and the location can't be beat...two blocks from the 7th Ave subway. Time will tell if this hotel is kept in good condition or is allowed to decline as so many good New York bargains have over the years. Keep your fingers crossed.
Fantastic Value- Especially through Priceline
Great Value. Looks brand new. Spotless. Very friendly staff. Quite helpful. Listed most places as 2 Star, should be at least 3.
Free Internet Access, workout room. Nice bar.
Wow - sensational!!!!
I spent the last 10 days in NY, and the first few days at the Chelsea Grand.FANTASTIC - best budget hotel i have ever stopped at in NY (out of 17 hotels) and second only to the inter-continental central park IMHO. if you want mid town & budget, look no further.
We recently attended the Westminster Dog Show in Feb. and were looking for a hotel near Madison Square Gardens. I was sceptical at first since I couldn't find any reviews, but ended up being pleasantly surprised.
The hotel is brand new and once the restaurant is complete it will become a Four Points Sheraton. The rooms were a bit on the small side but very clean and tastefully decorated. The only complaint I would have is you could here the wind howling through the windows, although I don't know if that's true in every room. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The prices right now are very reasonable for a brand new property. I would definately recommend this property.
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