Free Wi-Fi and a stellar Chinatown spot steps from Tribeca and the Lower East Side add zest to the non-smoking Hotel Mimosa. The six-story Hotel Mimosa's 30 contemporary rooms come furnished with LCD TVs and beds covered in Italian linens. Wi-Fi is free property-wide, and complimentary espresso is also offered. Corporate guests can get to work in the business center, and the hotel offers the added convenience of luggage storage, laundry service and 24-hour front-desk reception. The Hotel Mimosa occupies a Chinatown setting within one block of the Manhattan Bridge and Canal Street. It's less than one mile to reach Spring Street in Nolita as well as the boutiques and restaurants of Tribeca. Walk one mile to land at the World Trade Center memorial, or stroll less than 15 minutes east to explore the Lower East Side. Guests are also less than two miles from Battery Park, where the ferry takes off to the Statue of Liberty. A 10-minute cab ride leads to LaGuardia Airport, while it's less than a mile to reach the Brooklyn Bridge pedestrian path. }
Pros: Price was right
Cons: Just the TV didnt work.
Pros: Walking distance to subway. Staffs are very nice and helpful. They will give you detail information about nearby restaurants. Free maps too.
Cons: You can hear subway trains' noise from Manhattan bridge.
Pros: The staff are all unbelievably nice and accommodating. We were able to leave our bags there early in the day and got a text when our room was ready. We were handed a carefully curated list of food recommendations for the area. Very personal experience.
Cons: It would've been nice to have temperature control in the room. It was quite warm. We ventilated with the window open before bed, then closed it when we went to sleep.
Pros: Very friendly staff! Small room, but it had what I needed and was clean and quite
Pros: Cute and stylish design right in the heart of China town
Cons: Room was extremely small for the price
Pros: Hotel Mimosa is very clean, safe inside and yet the rooms are tiny. The staff, two nights, in a row patiently gave me directions over the phone as I tried to find the hotel after dark. Before I left Seattle the staff texted me maps and public transit.
Cons: My daughter visited me in the lobby and at a nearby eatery. She did not feel I would be safe after escorting her 3 blocks to catch a cab. One eatery served me extremely hot food one night. One clerk not sure I was safe when I was lost after dark nearby
Pros: Value for money, decent location
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