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|Distance to city centre||3.7 km|
|"Excellent service and very cozy quiet."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"Wonderful staff , great location."||(in 30 reviews)|
|"Great staff, great location."||(in 43 reviews)|
|"Small room, uncomfortable bed, ugly furniture."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"The prizes they ask do not reflect the quality the hotel should be."||(in 4 reviews)|
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|breakfast is delicious||in 5 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 14 reviews|
|decor is minimalist||in 2 reviews|
|desk staff||in 56 reviews|
|drawer space room||in 5 reviews|
|excellent hotel||in 21 reviews|
|excellent service||in 8 reviews|
|french doors||in 8 reviews|
|great location||in 38 reviews|
|lobby||in 10 reviews|
|nice staff||in 41 reviews|
|prince street||in 8 reviews|
|restaurant at the hotel||in 13 reviews|
|sheets to the towels||in 6 reviews|
|small room||in 37 reviews|
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|value for the money||in 8 reviews|
Some progressive elements like usb charging cables and complimentary bottle of wine on arrival.
The room and bed in particular was small and the minimal look just came across as spartan. The shower door didn’t have a rubber strip finishing it so the water soaked the floor towel. You really should not have to be dealing with this at $650 a night. The coffee was unimaginably expansive. $6 for an espresso! The door staff seemed half asleep and there was a weird curtain protecting the lobby from street drafts. Why it was designed this way is anybody’s guess, but made struggling in through the door and then the curtain with our luggage an unwelcome overture to such a generously priced hotel.
The location is excellent.
The decor is tired and in need of a refurbishment. Most of the staff have zero personality. It's an incredibly impersonal place to stay. Having stayed at sister-hotel Chiltern Firehouse in London many times, the Mercer was incredibly disappointing. The venues have absolutely nothing in common, so don't make the same mistake I did. I moved to the Crosby Street Hotel around the corner which is excellent in every way the Mercer is not. I don't mean to sound harsh, but the Mercer really offered very little comfort, which is not acceptable given the price.
Excellent service, comfortable linen and helpful staff. Wonderful location.
While the hotel is as popular as ever and very comfortable it’s showing its age a little - eg ring marks on table surfaces and one of our bedroom lights kept flickering initially though this was resolved. Housekeeping standards remain very very high though. Like most NYC hotels it’s ££££.
Location It’s like being at home
Wonderful room and bed. Great loft windows - with really good curtains = great sleep.
Furniture a bit worn down. Couch in the room stained and not really up to standard of the rest of the room
The Mercer Hotel is located in the Soho neighborhood of New York City. It is a luxury hotel that offers 75 rooms. The building is considered a landmark and is quite impressive from the outside. When staying at The Mercer Hotel, guests will not only find much to do in the neighborhood but will also be able to get around easily due to a plethora of taxis and close proximity to the subway and buses.
When staying at The Mercer Hotel, guests can choose from a variety of rooms, studios, lofts, and suites. Courtyard Rooms all have a comfortable sitting area while Mercer Rooms have a large walk-in shower. Those who prefer a studio can choose between Mercer Room Deluxe Studio, Deluxe Studio, or Loft Studio. Lofts are great for those who want to feel like they are staying in a glamorous home away from home. The lofts are outfitted with a kitchenette and dining space. Last, but not least, there are many different suites to choose from. The suites are over 1,000 square feet, with the largest one measuring in at 1,400 square feet. Suites can contain features like a soaking tub, customizable lighting, private dressing room, and more.
The Mercer Hotel offers high-end guest services and amenities. Not only is there a valet service and 24-hour room service, there is also a dog walking service and packing and unpacking service. On the gaming front, Wii, Xbox 360, and Guitar Hero can be delivered upon request. In the neighborhood, visitors can go shopping at Prada and Isabel Marant, and then go grab drinks and food at restaurants like The Mercer Kitchen and Charlie Bird.
based on 516 reviews
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- Friendly service
- Professional service
- Friendly atmosphere
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at The Mercer
Where is The Mercer located?
The Mercer is located at 147 Mercer Street in Lower Manhattan, 3.7 km from the centre of New York. Washington Square Park is the closest landmark to The Mercer.
When is check-in time and check-out time at The Mercer?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Mercer.
Does The Mercer offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, The Mercer offers free Wi-Fi.
Does The Mercer offer free parking?
No, The Mercer does not offer free parking.
Does The Mercer offer free airport shuttle service?
No, The Mercer does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is The Mercer from the airport?
The Mercer is 12 km from New York LaGuardia.
Can you bring pets to The Mercer?
Yes, The Mercer is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does The Mercer have a pool?
No, The Mercer does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Washington Square Park 0.6 km
- One World Trade Center 1.8 km
- National 9/11 Memorial & Museum 1.9 km
- Brooklyn Bridge 2.2 km
- Wall Street 2.2 km
- High Line 2.6 km
|New York LaGuardia||12 km|
|New York - Penn Station||2.9 km|
|Secaucus Junction, New Jeresy||7.6 km|