Marlton Hotel, Greenwich Village

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  • New York City

  • Sustainable Travel

  • City Travel

  • Hotel Guide

  • Budget-friendly

  • Laid back

Marlton Hotel, Greenwich Village
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My go-to NYC hotel for years and years has been the Marlton Hotel in Greenwich Village. This 112-room boutique lifestyle hotel is perfectly situated a block from Washington Square Park. It gives major Parisian vibes with the decor and coziness.

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The Marlton Hotel

Trendy hotel in a 1900s building with stylish, compact rooms.

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All but two of the rooms are teeny tiny. Like sooooo tiny. And that can be off putting to some, but I love it. I don't spend much time in my room when I am in NYC and so it is perfectly design forward and clean for when I do rest my head. The penthouse rooms (there are two) are lovely. They have a sitting/living room and a bedroom with a king size bed (the only rooms in the hotel with King beds) and a bathroom that includes a tub (also the only rooms with tubs). One includes an INCREDIBLY large terrace which is a major plus. I also enjoy the twin bed rooms. There are two twin beds so this would be a great option for friends.

The lobby is a destination for the neighborhood as well as hotel guests. There is a cozy lounge area with a fireplace that is always on in the winter months. People tend to use the lobby as a work space, but the hotel staff will make sure to prioritize your seating if you are a hotel guest. There is also a little coffee bar and a restaurant called Margaux which serves a nice complimentary breakfast as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner to the public.

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The price for the standard rooms is never over $400, so this is a great price point to design ratio. The penthouses typically start at $600/night, which is very reasonable for NYC. 

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