Doubletree Hotel Chelsea New York City

128 West 29th Street, New York City, 10001, NY

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Doubletree Hotel Chelsea New York City is a wonderful spot for families with children to go. This hotel is perfect if you’re visiting the Central Park, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Ground Zero Museum Workshop. Additional points of interest include the Manhattan Skyline and Broadway. The 4-star hotel has 236 rooms, it also has a fitness center. Doubletree Hotel Chelsea New York City dining options include room service and on-site restaurant. Jacques Torres Chocolate, Absolute Bagels and Zucker’s Bagels & Smoked Fish are all kid-friendly eateries that are also worth looking at and are within 5 miles of hotel.

DoubleTree hotels are found in more than 200 destinations worldwide, many of which offer onsite dining. Select properties feature suites with living and dining areas, and many hotels are pet-friendly. Read more about DoubleTree.

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  • Great place to stay
  • Clean
  • Good location

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  • Cribs
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining


Great Mid-town hotel

by j k

We were in town for a basketball tournament and a benefit concert, both at Madison Square Garden. This hotel, only a couple of blocks away (and thus only a couple of blocks away from Penn Station) was perfect. It has high rise rooms with views of the Empire State Building; we prefer lower-level rooms. We were on the fourth floor on the front (facing 29th Street) and, with the exception of one convoy of fire engines, heard no sounds. The quiet was remarkable and made for good nights' sleep (unusual for us in any hotel room). Attentive and friendly staff. Great French bakery for morning coffee a half-block north at 7th Ave.

Friendly staff, rooms sorely needs updating, hotel screwed up charges big time - check your bill carefully

by MidAmericaMom

My husband and I stayed here for four nights. The staff is friendly and attempt to be helpful. Elevators are slow and small. We stayed in the “penthouse suite” which is actually just a normal sized room for most hotels but it did include a balcony with spectacular views of the city. The room constantly smelled like weed - we suspect staff was entering the room to use the balcony. Our room, at least, was last updated probably in the late 90s and things were worn and dated. The most frustrating thing has been attempting to deal with billing issues.