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|Distance to city centre||2.8 km|
|Nearest airport||New York LaGuardia|
|Distance to airport||11.5 km|
|"Perfect location and nice complementary breakfast."||(in 220 reviews)|
|"Loved the fireplace and complimentary breakfast!."||(in 178 reviews)|
|"Comfy beds and wonderful staff!."||(in 88 reviews)|
|"The room is too small."||(in 75 reviews)|
|"No chair even!"||(in 6 reviews)|
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|bar and lobby||in 151 reviews|
|boutique hotel||in 13 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 135 reviews|
|continental breakfast||in 269 reviews|
|desk or chair||in 26 reviews|
|great location||in 320 reviews|
|greenwich village||in 33 reviews|
|lounge area||in 36 reviews|
|new york||in 18 reviews|
|old world||in 8 reviews|
|rooms are small||in 223 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 290 reviews|
|washington square||in 14 reviews|
Great bar and lounge lots of character but lounge very busy with non residents
Too many non residents doing business in the lounge meant difficult to find a comfortable seat and rooms very small with no tea or coffee making facilities or anywhere to sit. Complimentary breakfast very limited
We thought the room was perfect but very small. The shower was good, glad to have slippers. The maitre d’hotel on Thanksgiving in the restaurant was lovely she was very friendly.
The room was the smallest room we have ever stayed in. The mini bar took up a lot of room that could have been used for our clothes. There wasn’t room to put up an ironing board. We felt a little claustrophobic.
No one helped us with our bags on arrival or departure. The lobby and lounge was over-crowded with non-hotel guests on their laptops. It was like walking into a student shared workspace. So no room to hang out in the lobby lounge. The rooms were small, with no place to put a suitcase. They could not even provide a suitcase rack.
Cafe, aesthetics, location cannot be beat.
Uncomfortable bed. Bad water pressure. Consistently rude staff in both restaurant and check-in
It has a lot of charm and character. More than most hotels of its size and quality.
The room was a little small, but the charm and cleanliness and made for it.
Right in the heart of New York City is The Marlton Hotel. The hotel is decorated with the sophistication one would expect from this type of location. Staying at The Marlton Hotel puts guests within walking distance to restaurants, shopping, bars, and so much more.
The rooms at The Marlton Hotel are not very big, but have a lot of style. From beautiful hardwood floors to incredible ceiling and wall trimmings, the attention to detail in the rooms far makes up for the small size. That being said, this wouldn’t be the greatest hotel for children to stay in. The rooms are equipped with TVs, premium linens, and beautiful light fixtures.
Guests can choose to dine at the on-site restaurant, Margaux. Reservations are accepted. There’s also a cocktail bar for relaxing with a beverage, and an espresso bar for that all-important caffeine boost. For dining outside of the hotel, there are several restaurants all along the street where the hotel is located. Many options are within steps of the hotel.
The Marlton Hotel is just a couple of blocks away from 5th Avenue in New York. It’s also just two streets over from Washington Square Park. Guests will have no problem filling up their itineraries with fun and interesting things to do while staying at The Marlton.
For anyone looking to see New York City and feel like they’re staying in an authentic representation of the city, The Marlton Hotel gives guests that feeling. Its elegance and sophistication leave nothing more to be desired.
based on 2,021 reviews
Things to know
- Nice building
- Friendly atmosphere
- Pleasant entrance area
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at The Marlton Hotel
Why should I stay at The Marlton Hotel?
Built in the beginning of the 20th century, the property has been a longstanding icon of Manhattan. You’ll enjoy a rush of blood as you walk through the grand front doors and feel the historic charm of the building. A popular destination for artists and actors, some of the notable names to have visited throughout the years include Mickey Rourke, Julie Andrews, Carmen McRae and Miriam Makeba.
What is the best room at The Marlton Hotel?
The Full provides guests with an elegant getaway that is well-suited to couples or solo travelers. Brass details next to the bed add a luxurious vibe, while the marble bathroom fittings make you not want to leave. A lavish vacation awaits you, with plush bathrobes and towels to snuggle into. Available from approximately $245 per night, complimentary breakfast is included.
What pet restrictions are enforced at The Marlton Hotel?
Dogs are welcome at the hotel; however, other animals are not. A maximum of one dog weighing no more than 30 lb is allowed per room, with no additional charge added to the cost of your reservation.
How can I travel from the airport to The Marlton Hotel?
Located about a 40m drive from LaGuardia Airport, catching an Uber is the easiest option. The fare to reach the hotel will cost approximately $48. If you would prefer not to use a ridesharing platform, a taxi will take a similar amount of time and cost approximately $53. A budget-friendly alternative is to catch the Q70 bus to Jackson Heights – Roosevelt Avenue Station where you will need to board an F line service to West 4 St-Washington Square Station. The hotel is a short 5m walk from there, with the total journey taking roughly 1h and costing approximately $5.50.
What accessibility features are present at The Marlton Hotel?
A range of design elements have been included to ensure that the facility is functional and enjoyable for all guests. Features include 36-in doorways, grab rails for the shower and toilet, visual strobe alarms and roll-in showers. Elevators are present throughout the property to allow ease of access to guestrooms and reception.
What services are provided at The Marlton Hotel?
Multilingual staff speak English, French and Spanish, and are eager to assist with tips for local restaurants and nearby attractions. Some of the popular places to visit within walking distance are the Curt Marcus Gallery (1m), Church of the Ascension (3m), Giuseppe Garibaldi Statue (4m) and Grey Art Gallery (5m). Guests are invited to take discounted passes to access the New York Health and Racquet Club for approximately $25, where they can join a number of fitness classes including Pilates, boxing, yoga, spin, HIIT, cardio core, Zumba and aqua aerobics.
What family-friendly amenities are provided at The Marlton Hotel?
For those arriving with young children, cribs can be supplied to rooms for an additional fee of approximately $40 per night. Dry cleaning services are available to help keep everyone looking fresh. (Prices checked 03/07/19).
Where is The Marlton Hotel located?
The Marlton Hotel is located at 5 West 8th Street in Greenwich Village, 2.8 km from the centre of New York. Washington Square Park is the closest landmark to The Marlton Hotel.
When is check-in time and check-out time at The Marlton Hotel?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Marlton Hotel.
Does The Marlton Hotel offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, The Marlton Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Does The Marlton Hotel offer free parking?
No, The Marlton Hotel does not offer free parking.
Does The Marlton Hotel offer free airport shuttle service?
No, The Marlton Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is The Marlton Hotel from the airport?
The Marlton Hotel is 11.5 km from New York LaGuardia.
Can you bring pets to The Marlton Hotel?
Yes, The Marlton Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does The Marlton Hotel have a pool?
No, The Marlton Hotel does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Washington Square Park 259 m
- High Line 1.8 km
- Empire State Building 2 km
- One World Trade Center 2.6 km
- Bryant Park 2.6 km
- New York Public Library 2.6 km
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