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The Maritime Hotel Review: Visit One Of The Best Hotels And Explore The Big Apple


This Maritime Hotel review will give you a glimpse of why this hotel is one of the top choices for anyone traveling to the Meatpacking District for some leisure time.

As a traveler and health and wellness guru featured on sites such as Rebecca Zung and Body Nutrition, I've had my fair share of best and worst experiences at hotels, and I can say that Maritime Hotel in New York City is one for the books.

So let's dive in and see why it hails as one of the best hotels in New York.

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Does this hotel offer free parking services?

The hotel offers parking spaces but for a certain fee. While most New York City hotels have free parking spaces for their guests, Maritime Hotel has self-parking that costs $ 45 per day. Be aware of your time since they can charge extra for those additional minutes. Doing an advanced book search will help you plan your trip and transportation.

How far is the hotel from the nearest subway?

The nearest subway to Maritime Hotel in New York is located at 16 Street and 8th Avenue, where the A, C, and E subway lines make their stop. It's a 2-3 minute walk to the hotel, which will save your travel a lot of time. The next nearby station is on 14th Street and 7th Avenue.

What facilities are available to be used by guests?

This New York hotel has a fitness center, restaurant, and parking, which guests can use. They also have a business center where you can use their computer or print documents. Inside their room, you'll find a mini-bar, a fridge, an entertainment set, and other added amenities based on your room choice.

Do they have in-house bars and restaurants?

Yes. The hotel's restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They also have an in-house bar that gives a relaxed vibe, perfect for those who want to relax after a long flight. Let their friendly staff help you on getting room service if you don't feel like leaving the room.

What are the nearest attractions?

Times Square, Madison Square Garden, and the infamous national park of the United States, the Statue of Liberty, are just some of the main attractions close to the hotel. You'll also have easy access to several parks and outdoor sceneries, such as High Line Park, Little Island, Hudson River, and Chelsea Pier. There are also several shopping and dining places like the Chelsea Market or the West Village. Other popular sites frequented by first-timers and many New Yorkers include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Greenwich Village, City Winery, and Central Park.

Are the rooms comfortable?

Each room is designed to look like a vintage cruise liner with a porthole window, which you would think would be cramped but is spacious and comfortable enough. Standard rooms are 275 sq ft in size and have the basic amenities you'd need, while the pricier ones are bigger and can include a bathtub, a balcony, and a working fireplace. All rooms also have free Wi-Fi access, so you don't need to get out when needed.

Will you book your stay at the Maritime Hotel again?

If I am up for another Manhattan adventure, I will definitely book again at the Maritime Hotel. Aside from the rooms being nice, spacious, and comfortable, it also has a great location, within walking distance of some of the city's main attractions. A great deal for the price you pay.

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