Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District

Address: 320 Pearl Street, New York City, New York, 10038, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Brooklyn Bridge area of New York City, is near South Street Seaport, South Street Seaport Museum, and South Street Seaport Historic District.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District New York City

    Geheimtipp

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    Das tolle Hotel liegt ganz in der Nähe der Downtown und Brooklyn Bridge. Zur U-Bahn sind es nur ein paar Meter, so dass man in kürzester Zeit zur Uptown kommen kann.

    Das ganze Personal ist sehr freundlich. Suchen Sie im Internet nach einem günstigen Preis, wir bezahlten für drei Tage 207 Pfund.

    Most comfortable beds ever!

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    This hotel has the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in! I wanted to take it home with me. Rooms are small, but by New York standards not bad. Spotlessly clean and modern. Breakfast was a great added bonus in the city.

    We started in a ground floor room by reception....DO NOT let them put you here...they were polishing the floor in the middle of the night, cleaning out the breakfast area and we could hear every guest coming in and out of the front door and their conversations. Room was also right next to the lift. We complained in the morning and were immediately moved without a problem.

    The next room was on the 7th floor and had views down to the seaport and was lovely and quiet. Had a couple of great nights sleep. If you are looking for lively nightlife then this is not the area for you, but if you want to get away from the noise of the city then this hotel is great, the seaport being 5 minutes down the road and the Metro 5 minutes in the other direction. We walked to Liberty Park no problem.

    Good Hotel

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    Nice comfy beds. Helpful staff and surprising breakfast. Unexpected in this part of NYC.

    Gutes Hotel

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    Hübsche, bequeme Betten. Hilfsbereites Personal und ausgezeichnetes Frühstück. Eine Überraschung in diesem Teil von New York.

    Great stay for Thanksgiving week end

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    I didn't think I would find an affordable Hotel on such a busy week end, I wanted to be close to my daughter in the lower east side, and subway. This was the best of both and it was near Pier 17 an area I had not been to before.

    The room was as expected for space in NYC but the bath was much bigger then I expected. It was so very clean. We had bottled water and cookies waiting on our nightstand.

    The front desk was prompt and friendly. She directed me to a resteraunt that was perfect for lunch as I asked if there was something not too pricey but more then burgers. One thing if you are traveling the subway and never have just write the stops they tell you to get off as I forgot the 2nd one.

    Morning breakfeast was the usual fare. Overall there was not one problem for us.

    Parking was a fair price for the city $20.00 for 24 hours after they validate your parking stub.

    Serves its purpose

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    My mother and I stayed here recently for one night. It was quiet and clean. The room was pretty small, but the hotel made good use of the space--for the most part. The closet was tiny, and most of the bottom half was occupied by a miniscule set of drawers. The bed was very comfortable. FYI, parking is across the street and down a bit in an indoor lot; scaffolding in front makes it hard to find. The included breakfast is pretty basic, but considering the lack of restaurants very close by, it's decent enough. The hotel is a two-block walk to South Street Seaport, a popular destination for dining and shopping.

    Walking Distance to Ground Zero, Seaport, Brooklyn Bridge

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    This was my first stay when visiting NYC. I have to tell you that I loved the location which was only three blocks to Ground Zero on Church Street, the Seaport shops, and the Brooklyn Bridge.

    It's not a huge hotel but it is clean, and very private. By private I mean that there are not too many other tourists walking in the area or at the hotel.

    It's cheaper since it's not in the tourist money pit known as Times Square. If you want Times Square then take a taxi or a subway there and return to this peaceful hotel.

    Staying at this Hampton Inn allowed me to save my money when wanting to visit Ground Zero, the Brooklyn Bridge (walking across), shopping at the Brooklyn Fulton Mall area and of course the Seaport shops. It's also about 10 blocks or so from Chinatown and Little Italy. About 20 blocks or so from Grant Park (AKA: Bootleg Handbag Central) which over looks the Statue of Liberty. Taxi usually will run between $6 - $10 dollars to the places mentioned above.

    Plus the staff is more than willing to answer your questions and point you in the right direction.

    It's also close to the subway system which only costs $2 per trip to various parts of NYC. Wendy's, Burger King, and a Doughnut Shop is one block down from the hotel.

    If you want to take on NYC by yourself like I do and have an adventure then (be sure to get a map) stay at the Hampton Inn New York Seaport Financial District.

    A couple of other things, the staff will usually set out a lite snack around 6 PM. I think it was mini eggrolls when I was there the end of April through May 5th. Plus see if you can get a room with a small balcony that looks out towards the Brooklyn Bridge.

    A great deal for the price.

    Exceeded My Expectations

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    This location was as nice as any Hampton Inn that I previously stayed. The rooms are small, with not much drawer space but the bathroom was very clean and roomy. The beds were comfortable and I enjoyed the flat-screened TV.

    The staff was friendly and helpful. The breakfast was fine and there was a snack in the lobby on Friday evening waiting when we returned.

    Great Hotel

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    I travel sometimes 4 times a year to the city for weekend vacations....and I try to stay somewhere new each time....

    Everything about this hotel was great!

    The staff were amazing....the rooms (though Small) were always clean and comfortable....(love the new cloud nine beds!) and the best part is....because of the location you don't hear horns and siriens all night long!

    I will stay here again....and I would highly recommend it to anyone!

    A Great Place to Stay

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    We just got back from our trip to NYC. We stayed at the Hampton Inn South Street Seaport. It was a great stay. The room was a double with 2 queen beds. The bedding was new and comfortable. The bathroom newly renovated and spotless. Although the rooms are tight, they are clean, and have an LCD TV mounted to the wall. The staff was friendly, and informative. They were helpful with directions, and there were free maps which helped us navigate the area. The hotel is near the subway. It is quiet at night, and the Seaport area is very close by for a night cap etc. Breakfasts in the morning were good, and hot, and cofee was available 24/7 in the lobby. There was always fresh fruit.

    I did not bring my laptop so I can't comment on wireless access.

    The Hotel is highly recommended. Just know that it is more limited than a full service ie no gym or pool.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District New York City

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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