Nice hotel, clean and close to everything. Breakfast could have been better though, only sweets. Also if you can't walk in staircases this is not the place for you. But the staff is friendly and helpful, I felt safe traveling on my own.
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chelsea of late has gotten really crowded with tourists-here are the places to go- chelsea market for food- all kinds- the highline- elevated old railroad tracks worth a walk, art galleries all the way west- plenty to do- walk to macy's department store- 6th avenue...More
This area of New York is really cool. There's obviously the Chelsea Food Market, which is definitely worth a visit, and you can also walk the High Line to just near there. It should be part of any New York exploration.
The neighborhood and location are great. You can walk to a lot of great places and are just a few blocks from the Lexington, 6th Ave, and 7th Ave subway lines so you can get pretty much anywhere in the city easily. Rooms are small...More
The Chelsea Inn is a newly renovated hotel in a very good and central location. The employees were very nice and although there is no elevator we got help with our luggage - our room was in the 5th floor and it was surprisingly quiet...More
The hotel is in a great location if you want to be away from the chaos of some of the busier areas of Manhattan like Times Square but still have easy access to everything. Subway stops are just a couple of blocks away and all...More
Booked a 'suite' for 3 of us but campbed had to be climbed over to access shower/toilet. Not brilliant when someone's sleeping...... Also had to request bedding for extra bed both nights. On the plus side they did move us to another room on the...More
Chelsea runs from 14th Street to 34th Street 6th Avenue to the Westside Highway. Fist off a visit to Chelsea Market is a must 9th Ave at 15th Street. Home of the Hi Line, high line parkway...access it from 14th Street. Definitely not to be...More