88 9th Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1001140.742439 -74.003851
Neighborhoods: Chelsea, Midtown
Authenticity At Its Finest – From the windows to the interior decoration you will not find a more unique hotel theme in NYC. The rooms are clean, roomy and comfortable. All the staff was extremely nice and helpful. Worth every dollar.
FUN IN NYC – FUN TIME, GREAT SERVICE , NICE STAFF, THE BEST HOTEL THAT I HAVE BEEN TOO. YOU WILL LOVE IT. THE ROOMS ARE GREAT ON THE HIGH FLOORS
Great ambiance and personal service – From management to the maid service, staff were exceptionally helpful and polite - a pleasant surprise in NY for an out of town visitor. Food and nightlife were awesome, and the ambiance is great. The maritime theme is a real departure from the surrounding city.
Authentic Nautical Theme Hotel – I really felt like I was on a cruise ship during my stay at the Maritime. The entire staff donned nautical duds, and in true cruise ship fashion, the hotel room was as small as a ship's cabin. Besides feeling a little clastrophobic, I was fine. Luckily, I didn't get seasick and only stayed one night. But the social scene at the hotel is bustling. The bars are hopping, the food is delicious, and I want to come back soon to try the sushi place, too.
Awesome – I recommended this place to a friend of mine coming into town. He had one of the best stays ever in this cute little hotel. I went over to visit him and was shocked at how friendly and kind the staff was. I go to La Bottega all the time, but had never seen the rooms until this past weekend. They are so cute - the most unique rooms I'd ever seen in Manhattan. The design throughout the entire place is so tight. I wouldn't change a thing. I will definitely recommend this hotel to other friends and family.
A hip take on the glamour of seafaring accommodations, with appealing bars and restaurants, and ample patio seating. – Originally designed as the headquarters of the National Maritime Union in 1966, this hotel turns its exterior portholes into five-foot windows for each of its 125 cabin-like rooms. The nautical theme applies thorughout, from the lush marine blue of the lobby carpet, to the couches' white piping and the teak room furnishings with custom latches. Rooms average 300 square feet, and have beds with custom Japanese fabric headboards and 300-thread-count sheets. The hotel also features the most outdoor space--10,000 square feet--than any other in the city.
Great outdoor scene in summer – This place is a very good spot for outdoor dining and boozing. On long weekends in summer one of the few places you can find a big crowd outside even when other places r slow. Good singles scene for 20s-40s so get there while it's still good!
Stay Away! – Do not go here. There is an automatic 20% service charge on the already overpriced drinks and the ambience and service are lousy. We have been twice with a bad experience both times.
20% Extra Per Drink Please – My friends and I met at the hotel bar here; what a bad idea. The waitress took forever to get the drinks and some were not what we ordered. The absolute worst is that the bar adds a 20% gratuity per drink & tax, no matter what the size of your group! In other words, a $9 glass a wine was $12. The worst! NEVER AGAIN.
Never Again – watery drinks, carbonless soda, waitresses with short term memory and cold, gym like ambience
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