Rated 3 out of 5 by flor1954 Great except for smoke detector going off
Given Manhattan location, room was great. Only problem was the smoke detector went off in the room the last morning I was there and there was definitely strong smell of smoke in room. The alarm did not seem to be connected to anyplace else to notify anyone of potential fire in room. I went down the 17 floors to the lobby to notify staff. The engineer happened to be nearby and we went up to the room immediately to check it out. His manager came along a few minutes later. They weren't really able to figure out what had happned and concluded I accidentally turned on heat while turning off AC and dust burned. Would have been uneasy staying in room additional night.
July 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by liz25 Great location, great service
We really enjoyed our stay at the Four Points Soho. The location is excellent for seeing museums and theater in New York - the red line access lets you get to Broadway, central park, Wall St., ect. very easily without the high price tag of Broadway hotels. There are also a lot of great food options in Soho that it's easy to walk to.
My only complaint with the room was how loud the air conditioner was - it disturbed my boyfriend's sleep for a couple of nights. But otherwise the room was nicely furnished (in much better condition than a more expensive Times Square hotel we stayed in last year) and comfortable.
July 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Garagiste Practical and worth the cost for NYC
Overall a pleasant stay. Clean and comfortable but very small rooms. Valet parking is NOT true valet parking. You cannot take your car out and return it during your stay without paying whatever the hourly rate is, and upon returning, paying again for overnight parking . For $55/night for the privilege, I'd park it yourself.
Restaurant is casual but good for summer dining.
CHECK to make certain that the pump containers in the showers have shampoo and conditioner as there is nothing else.
LOCATION IS WALKING DISTANCE TO Tribeca, Noho and the Village so there are a lot of places to eat, drink and have breakfast.
July 15, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by HowardT A hot mess
Booked a King room for a three night stay on a business trip. Upon arrival, was told thst my room was unavailable and was placed in a room with two queens (not the end of the world). The air conditioner didn't work, called maintenance, and was told that it could not be fixed until the morning. Got no sleep in the hot New York summers night.
Additionally my work had arranged to have the hotel pre-paid. The front desk said they couldn't find the information and charged my card (which was eventually fixed, but a major hassle). Called the general manager twice. The first time, he was in a meeting and I was told he would return my call, (which never happened)...the second time I called him directly, left a voicemail which was never returned.
Not a good experience, and poor service all around.
July 19, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by beppler88 Front Desk Staff / Gym
The Front Desk Manager [Jennifer? currently pregnant] is absolutely delightful. Helpful, pleasant and informed.
The treadmill belt in the gym needed waxing in March when I was last in this hotel, and it still needs to be waxed. I informed cleaning staff then that it needed attention.
Running is difficult when the belt skips from wax buildup.
July 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Eagles14 Nice overnight stay in SoHo
liked the complementary apps and drinks on arrival (Wed night) and proximity to SoHo spots. Clean, comfortable room and friendly staff.
July 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tato45 this hotel is very nice to stay and near of every things
THE HOTEL HAS MANY ADVANTAGES LIKE
IS NEAR SUB. AND SOME ENTERTAINTMENT
FEATURES AND PLACES YOU CAN GO
July 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by fefemeow Good location with free on street parking
No Microwave for popcorn. No continuously providing free coffee and hot water. Door staffing is nice. He always asked what help was needed.
July 16, 2014