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Just around the corner from Chelsea Market, The Maritime Hotel New York is two blocks away from the Rubin Museum of Art. This position is just north of Greenwich Village, close to the Hudson River, on Lower Manhattan’s west side. The surrounding district of Chelsea is famous for fascinating art galleries and exciting nightlife, which can be enjoyed in the hotel’s near vicinity. 14th Street subway station is a short walk away and provides public transport access to further city attractions.
A charismatic establishment, Hotel Maritime is characterised by attractive decor complemented by lavish soft furnishings and bookshelves displaying books on art and architecture. TAO Downtown, located beneath the hotel, offers several bars, a lounge and a restaurant featuring Pan-Asian cuisine. The hotel also offers complimentary wireless Internet access throughout.
Rooms in The Maritime Hotel New York resemble luxurious ship cabins and feature burnished teak paneling, sea-blue drapes and bed accents, and large porthole windows that face the Hudson River skyline. These cabins are compact, boasting optimal use of space, and have en-suite ‘heads’ with a bathrobe and bathroom amenities. In-room amenities include a flat-screen television with DVD player, an iPod docking station and a laptop safe.
|Check-in:||From 15:00 Check-out: Until 12:00|
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Note: the hotel can pre-authorize your card before arrival; they check for sufficient funds in order to guarantee your booking.
|Internet:||Wi-Fi Internet free of charge in all rooms and general areas (lobby/reception etc.)|
|Parking:||Valet parking service
Paid parking is possible near the hotel.
|Pet policy:||Pets allowed Upon request. Free of charge|
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