First of all, they're not kidding saying these rooms are small but that being said they were perfectly adequate for us as a couple , even with a couple of cases. The hotel itself had that dark wood 'cosy feel' to it, helped along by the roaring fire going on in the lobby. Be warned though, the hotel lobby is a 'hub' for all sorts of people, students, locals etc so getting a seat can prove tricky at almost any time of day. There is also a very nice ( if pricey) cocktail bar. In general the staff were very helpful but there were a couple of times where certain individuals at the front desk were less than attentive to detail, ie, being given the wrong bill ( twice!) and being given the wrong key (twice!). All in all, the hotel is in a fabulous location with the whole of Greenwich Village within walking distance and a nearby subway stop ( west 4th St) and we would stay again.…
A hotel with classic charm in New York. With classic decor this hotel provides a wonderful break from the tradition travellers hotel. The staff are welcoming and professional and the hotel has great on site restaurants. My only criticism would be the size of my single room was tiny i.e only big enough to open my suitcase on the bed. Well located I recommend the hotel and will be back
This is a terrible hotel, very uncomfortable, my room was supper small I couldn't even open my suitcase and take my things out , unfriendly staff, dark lobby and entrance, really unfriendly staff in the front desk, the worst experience I have ever had!
Great location; a block from Washington Square. Short walks to Greenwich Village, Soho, Little Italy, Canal Street and Chinatown. The hotel’s lounge area was relaxing and accessible to the bar and restaurant. The restaurant, Margaux, provided a wonderful atmosphere for our large family dinner. The complimentary breakfast was excellent. The rooms were affordable and small, as advertised; however, smaller than expected. Overall a wonderful weekend at The Marlton.
Our family spent Christmas at this hotel. The ambiance in the lobby bar/breakfast area was better than our stay last year near Times Square. The rooms are typical of NYC, just large enough for the bed. Not even a chair would fit in the room. But you don't come to NYC to stay in your room. The staff was courteous. However, the service staff in the lobby was overworked for the number of guest. It could take 30 plus minutes to get anything you ordered. And at times, the order was never filled and another server would come by and fill the request. Overall, I would say our stay was good, but not excellent.