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The Inn At Irving Place in New York, NY

The Inn At Irving Place in New York, NY

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Rating: 4.56

Address: 56 Irving Pl, New York, NY, 10003

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    Comments (9):

    1. Robert M.
    Stayed here to "get away" from the kids for a night.  Top quality place.  The Inn is a beautiful old home, maybe mid 1800's.  While everything feels antique, the comforrt is high quality.  Wonderful old furniture but very comfortable bed and great shower/bath.  When you check in, they have some champagne for you and the breakfast (included) had some very nice cheese, breads and teas.  Lady Mendl's is here as is Cibar in the basement.  Nice neighborhood, quiet.  Beats the hell out of the chain hotels and the ultra modern but uncomfortable places downtown.

    08/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Andrea D.
    I can't give it five stars because I never actually slept there, but I loved visiting my friend's parents there when they did... The breakfast was divine (light, buttery scones and croissants, fresh berries, yogurt, and oatmeal all done deliciously) and the rooms were well furnished and comfortable. The street is a quiet, small one with restaurants and shops, but it's also a very short walk to Union Square (Greenmarket!!) and all the trains, cabs and New York hubbub you could ask for. A home away from home. No, wait--much more luxurious than that. And the staff is unbelievably courteous.

    19/08/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. brigid l.
    okay maybe i'm a tad bit partial to this place as i had my wedding here....but this place is fabulous.  i was treated like a princess from the moment we checked in, and i did not have to go downstairs to check on anything the day of the wedding.  everything was taken care of and set up better than i could ever have dreamed.  our suite was extremely spacious, clean and comfortable and the food was divine.  our wedding was extremely magical and i wish i could stay here every night!  

    PS- if staying on a fri/sat, bring earplugs...cibar can get bumpin'.

    10/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Diane T.
    I can't believe no one has reviewed this hotel (or at least no one who actually stayed here). What a wonderful inn this is! It's in a great part of town on a relatively quiet street with lots of restaurants within walking distance. Union Square is about a 5 minute (or less) walk.

    The inn as made up of 2 joined brownstones and is decorated with Victorian antiques. We stayed in the Sarah Bernhardt (sp?) room, which is a junior suite. I was really surprised how large the room was (you hear so much about NYC rooms being tiny). I had my husband pace off the room with his size 13 feet and I guesstimate that the room was about 25x18 feet not counting the area off to the side where the closet, mini bar, and bathroom were. The room was very clean and comfortable. A continental breakfast with coffee/tea, fresh squeezed juices, pastries, cheese, fruit, etc. was provided each morning. It was quite nice.

    As far as price, I thought this place was very reasonable for NYC.  I would definitely stay here again.

    30/11/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Adam S.
    beautiful hidden boutique hotel...very bohemian and special

    03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. David D.
    Historic.  Authentic.  Nice luxury towels, and quality toiletries.  The room is full of antiques.  Location is in a GREAT neighborhood away from the noise, hustle and bustle, but full of GREAT restaurants.
    We loved it.

    25/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Molly V.
    My boyfriend and I spent one night here and it was adorable! We stayed in a place in Bruges that was a part of the "Best Little Hotels" community so he finds out about great little places and this is one of them! It reminded us so much of our time in Bruges. There's at the most 8 rooms, so it's very quaint. The staff was very attentive. We were greeted with two glasses of champagne and an employee graciously took our two pieces of luggage up two flights of stairs for us. The breakfast is very cute but I wouldn't recommend it if you're starving.. the coffee was quite delicious though :). We loved that it had fire escape, I felt like I was in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" ;). I can't wait to stay here again... we loved everything about it. So different from staying big, chain hotels! The location is fantastic as well... the street was very quiet.

    06/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Ellen G.
    The hotel itself is an amazing find! A converted brownstone tucked into a quiet block on Irving Place. The rooms are huge, especially for NYC standards. And the ceilings, furnishings, linens (frette) & every touch are a special treat. So why only 3 stars, you ask? I had a poor experience that escalated quickly because the staff isn't trained for the standard of customer service that the guests of the hotel deserve.

    On our second (and final) night, our television turned on, full blast, at 4:30a. Startled, I jumped out of bed, turned the TV off, called the front desk to let them know & then spent the next 1.5+ hours trying to get my 2 year old back to sleep. And then it happened again at 7:30a.

    I mentioned it as we were checking out a few hours later & the front desk staff told me that it was not possible that it had happened. Yeah, I imagined it. Or better yet, I made it up. I asked that she have a manager contact me to discuss.

    By 5p, I hadn't heard from anyone so I called again, only to be told that the manager was too busy to speak to me & again, that it is not possible that the TV would have just turned itself on. And worse, this staffer was condescending & rude, instead of apologetic.

    Despite multiple calls since checking out last Wednesday, I have yet to hear from anyone in management. And anyone I have explained the situation to has taken the same stance. It never happened before & it hasn't happened since, so it couldn't have happened.

    Such a bummer that this amazing place comes with an untrained staff that lacks customer service skills.

    Worth taking your chances, with open eyes...

    14/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    9. doug b.
    We stayed here for 4 nights in the early part of May and loved it.  Charming, low-key and quiet.  It truly felt like a refuge from the city.  The staff is friendly and respectfully unobtrusive.  The location is fantastic and the neighborhood is very charming.

    We stayed in the Stanford White room on the third floor and enjoyed it's top floor location in the back of the building.  Both the room and the bathroom were so much bigger than I expected.  The building and antique furnishings are gently worn, adding to the feeling of comfort.  The Inn is the antithesis of the W Hotel.

    The continental breakfast in the tea salon was lovely.  We were often the only ones there and enjoyed leisurely breakfasts reading the Times.  The restaurant, Pure, and the martini bar, Cibar, on the ground floors are delicious and definitely worth checking out.

    I gave it 5 stars for value, service, comfort, location, and atmosphere.

    26/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0