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Yotel

View from my room at Yotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great value
  • large common outdoor space
  • access to West Side piers and Javits Center

    Cons

  • rooms may be small for some
  • limited luggage storage and hanging space
  • 10th Avenue is a bit out of the way

Yotel Review

Look beyond the gimmicks (a luggage-storing robot, the futuristic white design scheme) you'll discover one of New York's best-run, most functional lodgings. The self-check-in lobby works like a dream, and though rooms may seem too small at first glance, they are surprisingly comfortable, accommodating giant flat-screen TVs, loungers that morphs into beds with the touch of a button, nooks and crannies for storage, and smartly designed bathrooms. Larger "cabins" and suites have outdoor terraces and hot tubs. There's no room service, but a galley kitchen on each floor has free coffee, tea, water, and ice. The large outdoor space, perfect for reading and drinking coffee, becomes a hopping club on summer nights, with guest-celeb DJs. Complimentaty coffee and pastries are provided in the morning.

    Hotel Details

  • 647 rooms, 22 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 02-20-2014

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