Cosmopolitan Hotel

, New York City, United States
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Cosmopolitan Hotel

, New York City

Rooms: 154

95 West Broadway - New York City - New York - 10007 - United States Hotel Website | | 212 566 1900
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Great Value
Submitted by: Marie in 24/08/06
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
About a 2 star hotel, very small room but very clean, great value considering its NYC, good location/ Tribeca neighborhood convenient to the deli and subway. Would stay again.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Cosmopolitan Hotel

you can find better!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stay in the city several times a year, I know for a fact that for $150 a night double, you can find much nicer hotels for the same money or even better if you do some homework. I stayed here once and that was enough for me. There is a 4 star hotel just a few blocks away that is the same price!

Clean affordable hotel

from Tworabbitz
My husband arrived at the hotel at 10am on a Saturday and we were immediately given the keys to our room. We were very psyched about that. The room was very very clean, nice high ceilings, large windows. The room was sort of small, but I expected that. The bathroom was modern and larger than I expected. The tv had cable; the a/c worked fine, as did the ceiling fan. My only complaint was that the traffic noise was quite bad, at all hours. I recommend bringing earplugs. We were on the second floor; I'd recommend trying to get a room on a higher floor. The subway location is extremely convenient and there is a market nearby for essentials. I would have liked the convenience of an ice machine. The staff that we interacted with were very friendly. I would definitely stay there again. Excellent value!

Loved the Cosmopolitan

from A TripAdvisor Member
We loved staying at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. The location is terrific!! and the staff could not have been nicer and the rooms were clean, clean, clean!! We used this as our homebase for touring the rest of the city and with the subway right out the front door it made it very easy to do. On Saturday night we walked up to the Village and people watched and then went back to the quiet of the neighborhood where the Cosmopolitan is located. This hotel is hard to beat for the money (I haven't found anywhere that beats it yet for the price).


from AnnaLouise5
I stayed here for a week in March 2004 and this hotel was great. I booked it before on the internet and was expecting the worst because of how cheap it was. When we arrived (at 2am!) we were so relieved to find a really nice cosy room. Everything was spotless and they even came in every day to make your bed etc. We stayed in a 'loft' room which was really weird but quite fun. Your bed is kind of up in the air close to the ceiling with a little telly on a shelf. Not good if you get claustrophobic but I had never seen anything like it before (worth a try if only for a night or so). Also, was situated in one of the best places in Manhattan. Tribeca is lovely and the subway downstairs was great. Would recommend the Odeon restaurant a couple of blocks away (145 west broadway). Although it might cost $100 max for two people it's definitely worth it.

Clean, cheap, well-placed - what more do you want?

from A TripAdvisor Member
Yep the rooms are small and yes the maids can wake you with their shouting and hollering in the corridor. However, you shouldn't be in bed because this is New York!!! There are three express subway stations within 6-7 minutes walk (including one ouside the hotel door and another just one block away). $101 a night for a double room in a great neighbourhood just couldn't be beaten.

Our room was spotlessly clean with enough space to store our cases and clothes. There is also cable TV and enough room for a wardrobe and a desk. Two of the guys in our party had a much larger twin room with views of the neighbourhood and the Empire State for only a few dollars more per night.

If you're staying try Mudville 9 for chicken wings and beer. Other good bars within a five minute walk are No Moore, Tribeca Tavern, The Liquor Store Bar and The Tribeca Grand for top cocktails. Also try Bar 89 a little further north for more cocktails and the weirdest toilets you've ever seen!

We will definitely be back here.

t beat the price and location

from A TripAdvisor Member
I have stayed at the Cosmopolitan at least 6 times. It's very clean and has a friendly staff. The location is the attraction for me. There is so much to do in the Soho, Tribeca, Noho area, without the commerial feel of Midtown.

Great value/Learned a lesson...

from wenhamhome
I've learned from trying incessantly to get hotel deals in NYC that you will have trouble doing better than the Cosmopolitan. The rooms are spotlessly clean, the beds are comfortable and although the staff can seem impersonal, it may be because they aren't familiar with tourism and honestly don't know the answers to your questions. There is a market just over the street where you can get cold drinks, chips, sandwiches, etc., and masses of restaurants that deliver including a terrific breakfast place whose name escapes me. There's one of the oldest and best French brasseries in the city, L'Odeon, two blocks away, and a plethora of new, hip restaurants recommended in Zagat within a short walking distance. You can walk up to Soho in moments.
Century 21, the best discount store in the world, is five minutes' walk away. I've learned my lesson, have tried more expensive hotels that were less clean and paid a lot more. I won't do it again, I'll just come back here.


fantastic views!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I came to NY last february with my aunt & uncle to celebrate my 16th birthday & their 10th wedding anniversary. We had never been to the states before & we were amazed at the sheer scale of everything. from our room (422) we had the perfect view of the empire state in all it's glorious colours. My aunt was SO impressed that she's booking for 22005 to bring her new baby out there for his first ever holiday!! The hotel was spotlessly clean & the staff were fantastically helpful. No question was too stupid, no amount of time helping us was too long. All i have to do now is get them to bring me back too!!!!!!

Decent Bargain Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
For a clean and no-frills place, the Cosmopolitan is a good find.

PROS: cheap for downtown location, subway is right outside the door, Starbucks downstairs, clean, newly remodeled.

CONS: thin walls, small rooms, cannot control temperature in rooms, a bit far location wise from the action (Midtown), it's not really in Tribeca, it's on the southern edge bordering Downtown, neighborhood is ok

Great hotel, friendly staff

from GunarSF
I visit NYC often and after staying in a number of different hotels that were either horrible or overpriced, I came across Cosmopolitan Hotel by accident. By its location, friendliness of its staff and cleanliness, Cosmopolitan is the best value in NYC. It probably is one of the best kept secrets of the city as well. I highly recommend it to everyone. If anyone has any questions about my experiences at the hotel, e-mail me and I'll be happy to share my thoughts and answer your questions. Sincerely, David P. Gunar

Top Local Tips for New York City

Subway The Subway is a great way to get around - buy a day pass for $7 which allows travel on the buses too. You may find it easier to have a streetmap handy at the same time as looking on the subway map as it's easier to figure out where you are and how to get to your next location :-)

Getting Around We booked the Hop on Hop Off (very expensive) excursion bus. It wasn't worth the price. The bus drivers did a good job, but the guides were not very informative and were always asking for tips. I think that's tacky. Plus, we didn't get picked up at one of the stops. The bus driver saw us, waited until the "walk" sign turned, but then pulled away as we approached - we were very angry because we had to walk the rest of the way and my daughter has a bad knee!!It would have been easier to hop on a city bus (we did to take us back to midtown) and cheaper! We just would have had to get to know the city bus routes.Taking a taxi from midtown to downtown can be pricey ($9.00-14.00) per trip.

getting around buy a weekly metro pass, it will save u a lot of money on getting around and even good for buses. number 2 and 3 subways are express routes, very convinient beause they only stop at the main stations and not every stop like the number 1 does.


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  • Address: 95 West Broadway - New York City - New York - 10007 - United States
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