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New York City Hotels

Hudson New York Hotel

  • 356 W. 58th St. Map It
  • Midtown West

Pros

  • Fabulous, elegant bar
  • Gorgeous Francesco Clemente fresco in lobby
  • Breathtaking Sky Terrace

Cons

  • Staff can be condescending
  • Tiny rooms
  • Overpriced cocktails

Updated 02/20/2014

Fodor's Review

Budget fashionistas are once again drawn to the Hudson after a dramatic renovation of every single room in 2012. Starting at just 150 square feet, some rooms are tight on space, but do offer nice touches such as rich wood-paneled walls, work desks, and peekaboo showers. The fabulous lobby still seems like a set from A Midsummer Night's Dream, the several bars and lounges are perfect for people-watching, and the hotel's contemporary art is an escape from the usual hotel design, even in New York. The garden-lounge remains one of the more coveted outdoor spaces in town.

Hotel Information

Address:

356 W. 58th St., between 8th and 9th Aves., New York, New York, 10019, United States

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Phone:

212-554–6000

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 866 rooms, 69 suites
  • Rate includes No meals

Updated 02/20/2014

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Oct 14, 2008

The Worst Place I Have Ever Stayed in NYC

Thumping techno music ALL DAY LONG, paper thin walls, pseudo "hip" lighting (i.e. dim or none), uncomfortable beds, overpriced drinks....if this is your cup of tea, take your chances on this hotel. One plus: the hotel is located just diagonal from the Columbus Circle subway station. That is the ONLY plus for this hotel.

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Oct 25, 2007

Tiny Rooms/Great Location/Good Price

I recently stayed at the Hudson w/my wife and it was quite the experience. We are probably a tad more adventurous than others and didn't mind the 150sq ft room. We are relatively tall & the room was tiny. You do live out of your suitcase and small closet. We did not have a dresser. The bathroom was tiny. However, overall, room was efficiently organized. As long as you are not spending lots of time in your room, you should survive. We stayed 4 nights.

Location was great w/subway station w/in walking distance (as is Central Park) . The entrance to hotel is unique, chic, etc..

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Aug 21, 2007

Room size is ridiculous

I loved The Hudson as a chic hotel but hated that they thought people should pay for the super-small hotel room. When we walked in from the street I was speechless, I loved the design and all the common rooms on the main level. When I went up to our room I just started to laugh because I thought "How silly". Apparently they wanted to create a 'residence feel' calling the restaurant "The Cafeteria" and one of the bars "The Library"...hence the dormitory

rooms!

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