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Get the low-down on The Frederick Hotel in NYC's Tribeca neighborhood. Read real reviews from real guests on Facebook, Google, Yelp, and TripAdvisor to learn more about what it's like at our luxury hotel in Lower Manhattan. With a location at the site of one of New York City's longest-running hotels (built in 1838), we know a thing or two about hospitality and treating guests right. Find out what visitors had to say about their stays with us in Tribeca and plan your own.
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|Guest •||November 04, 2019|
We were 4 girls week end getaway and Tony was outstanding evertime we had to ask him about something or needed help with anything. The cocktail at the bar were delicious and reception requests were all fulfilled. See you agai
|Guest •||November 04, 2019|
Nice stay. The food ...
Nice stay. The food was delicious and the staff was very attentive pleasant. I really liked the decor it was open and airy but with a natural charm surrounded by the beauty of natural woods and light. Good job!
|Guest •||November 02, 2019|
The Frederick is one ...
The Frederick is one of the best places I've stayed in the country. I've read some negative reviews here, and to me they were like "this is downtown Manhattan, what did you expect?!". Some people blame the hotel with stuff they can't do anything about; so let me share some of my personal thoughts and feelings real fast. Now, the location is amazing, a lot of local sights are in walking distance from the place. As well, you have an access to some metro trains right in front of the hotel, and many more just like a block or two away. Moreover, the hotel takes the entire building, they are not sharing it with anyone else. The room was exactly as shown and described here, not more nor less. Unit looked freshly remodeled, and there were no smells or something like it. As I read in one of the comments, the lady said "The room was spacious by NY Standards", and I agree. Normally, I would say it's a little small, but we also have to consider the area, the building, and all the offers from hotels around. Someone said in one-star review, "there was jackhammering noise coming from the street". I mean, are you four-year old? Can you comprehend where you are and how acoustics between buildings work? What hotel has to do with this? Anyways, yes you can hear some street noises, but they aren't terrible. At the end, room had everything you may need for your small trip - like a fridge, hair dryer, hangers, lamps, glasses, Iron and all that useful stuff. I liked the bathroom too, those tiles in 20's style look super cool, and there is a bathtub with a glass pane separation, not just a 1sq ft shower cabin! Service was just outstanding. In places like New York, you don't ever expect people to be polite and to care much; here, however, it shocked me a ton at the Frederick. Every single staff member was super nice and helpful, smiling at all times and bringing the mood up since the morning! The hotel also has a closet, where they can store your belongings and luggage if you came prior to check-in time, or if you have a huge gap between check out and your flight as we did. The latter surprised a lot, to be honest, because even after you checked out, they stayed helpful. Other than that, the Frederick hotel was super clean, so here's the big shout out to housekeeping team, great job ! So as a conclusion, coming to downtown Manhattan, you need to know where you going, only then you have to pick the place. The Frederic was our place, and it was an excellent choice. I was happy to come back here after some long walks downtown and again, it will be printed as an amazing place in my memory for years. Thank you
|Guest •||November 01, 2019|
Stayed here for one ...
Stayed here for one night on a trip, but the location and amenities are so fabulous I'll definitely stay here on my next trip to the Big Apple