Cosmopolitan Hotel

125 Chambers St New YorkNY10007
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If you want to experience New York City-the Cosmopolitan Hotel is your choice for clean-comfortable rooms. We are located in the heart of Tribeca with 131 rooms. The hotel is ideal for both the business traveler and tourist. From our front door you can easily walk to Wall Street -South Street Seaport -National September 11 Memorial and Museum - Soho - Chinatown -Little Italy and Greenwich...
by discoverourtown on April 20, 2019 from discoverourtown


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For a bargain room in a great downtown neighborhood, it's hard to beat this cost-conscious favorite. Rooms, with light-wood accents and ceiling fans, are attractive, but be warned: they're sized for the price. The hotel is on a busy TriBeCa intersection and is an ideal launching pad for exploring downtown neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little Italy, and SoHo. The building dates to 1850—Abraham...
by fodors on May 31, 2013 from fodors
Behind a plain-vanilla TriBeCa awning is one of the best hotel deals in Manhattan for budget travelers who prefer a private bathroom. Everything is strictly budget but nice: The modern IKEA-ish furniture includes a work desk and an armoire (a few rooms have a dresser and hanging rack instead); for a few extra bucks, you can have a love seat, too. Beds are comfy, and sheets and towels are of...
by frommers on June 22, 2011 from frommers
Something less than cosmopolitan, not as Tribeca feeling as the address might indicate. Downtown and clean, but low in the frill department. Holds its own as low-maintenance option during Tribeca Film Festival. Smallish rooms with double beds. White furniture matched with gray curtains, bedspreads, and walls. Area can be fun to walk around in, though deserted streets and proximity to Ground...
by blackbookmag on March 10, 2011 from blackbookmag
Moderately priced, clean rooms in charming TriBeCa.:
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Built in 1850, this hotel is one of the oldest in New York, and it has a fascinating history. Abraham Lincoln slept here. So did Navy Seal teams and Salvation Army volunteers...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on December 20, 2006 from Citysearch

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