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|Distance to city centre||2.3 km|
|"Great Hotel, staff and location."||(in 101 reviews)|
|"The rooftop bar was my favorite!"||(in 52 reviews)|
|"Very comfy, great bed."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Rooms are smaller then advertised."||(in 21 reviews)|
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good selection and the food was excellent.
The ambiance, easy going and young.......
Great location, great staff, nice bar, cool rooms. Love the decor. For NYC, very good value for your money.
Lots of noise from Lexington Ave (we were on the 4th floor). Elevators don't work super well with the room cards.
Thank yoy. It was great.
No Brekfast and nothing aroud was open ? This has to be better.
staff, restaurants, location, natural light. The staff heard that it was my wife's birthday and they sent up a happy birthday note with chocolate. It made my wife (and I) smile!
No view out my window (alley), size of bedroom small but bathroom good/no bath, television locations sideways to bed. Knowing that they had other rooms available from looking online the day of, I requested an upgrade to a King or larger room. I had made a non-refundable reservation in advance. After the desk clerk scrolled through availability for what seemed like 5 minutes he offered a King for another $50 per night. I kept the queen.
Featuring a balance of homey comfort and modern art-inspired architecture, Freehand New York offers an experience that is both welcoming and stimulating to the senses. The rooming options vary widely for a mix of needs. There are rooms with king beds, queen beds, and even setups for three people or a bunk bed arrangement. There are also suites featuring comfortably-sized living areas.
The food and beverage options suit just as a wide a variety of needs. The Broken Shaker throws guests back to a time when bars were simple, offered delicious food and were filled with local artistic flare. The signature and artisan cocktails give guests a tasting experience as unique as the laid back ambience. Simon and the Whale offers a tasting experience of similar scale, but with an even more distinguished setting. As artful as the area in which it sits, it offers diners quality wooden furniture amidst subtly golden lighting to set the right mood for the perfect meal.
Guests have the option of visiting The Shoppe as well. Here, they can grab last minute necessities, forgotten tidbits they may have left behind, or a quick drink or snack, not to mention some cool American style goodies packed with inspirational local flare.
The Freehand Fellowship ensures the connection between the hotel and the artistic inspiration of local Bard College students. The guest rooms and public spaces are graced with the unique expressions of the students, giving them an outlet and guests of the hotel a completely different experience.
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- Stylish hotel
- Friendly atmosphere
- Beautiful architecture
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- Empire State Building 1 km
- Bryant Park 1.5 km
- New York Public Library 1.5 km
- Grand Central Terminal 1.5 km
- Washington Square Park 1.6 km
- High Line 1.9 km
|New York LaGuardia||10.2 km|
|New York - Penn Station||1.4 km|
|Secaucus Junction, New Jeresy||8 km|