In the vibrant NoMad district, a block from the subway
1901 building with piano lounge
distance to the Flatiron Building and Empire State Building
Simple rooms with flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers; suites have kitchenettes
vintage elevator with its own operator
restaurant offers discount to guests
Rooms can be small, dark, or lack views
Some rooms share bathrooms
Dated room decor, with floral bedspreads
on-site restaurant, bar, or breakfast service
street noise can be disturbing
in the middle of the vibrant NoMad neighborhood, Hotel Deauville is a
budget hotel with character. Built in 1901, the hotel has a Beaux Arts facade and has retained some of the features of that epoch, including a quirky vintage elevator (with
its own operator!), an exposed red-brick decorative fireplace, and a piano
lounge. The Flatiron Building and the
Empire State Building are within walking distance,
and there's a subway station a block away. The 54
guest rooms, which range from Singles with shared baths to a Junior Suite with a living area and kitchenette, are spotlessly clean and well-equipped with flat-screen
TVs, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi, but some can be cramped and dark. Travelers could compare rates with nearby Hotel 31, which has views of the Empire
State Building from some rooms.
Housed inside a 1901 building with a vintage elevator
on a busy New York street, Hotel Deauville is in an attractive
seven-story building dating back to 1901. The building, like many of its type in New York, was previously a single-occupancy hotel. An interesting period detail is the vintage
hand-operated elevator, complete with an elevator operator manning the controls. The wood-paneled
reception area, with its mosaic floor and exposed red-brick decorative fireplace, has an Old World ambience, and
is decorated with vintage posters. The adjacent lounge area has a
jazz theme, featuring a piano, leather sofas, and framed photos of famous jazz musicians who stayed at the hotel in decades past. The hotel is popular with tourists seeking centrally located budget lodging.
In New York's vibrant NoMad district, a 10-minute walk to the Empire State Building
Deauville is in the center of New York's vibrant NoMad district,
known for its cultural scene and many trendy restaurants and bars. The nearest subway station is at 28th Street, about a five-minute walk from the hotel.
walk to N/R subway station
walk to the Empire State Building
10-minute walk to the Flatiron Building
walk to Madison Square Garden
walk to Macy's department store
walk to Chrysler Building
minutes to Times Square by public transportation
minutes to Museum of Modern art by public transportation
24 minutes to Central Park by public transportation
Clean rooms but a bit dated in decor; some share bathrooms
The 54 rooms at Hotel Deauville are clean and well-maintained but can vary
widely in size, from Singles to Junior Suites, and some can be quite cramped. Not all have private bathrooms either. All the rooms are air-conditioned, and have flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Junior Suites have kitchenettes, which come with mini-fridges, coffeemakers, electric kettles, two burners, and microwaves --
these are also available on request. Each Junior Suite also includes a living room with a sofa, dining table and chairs. These rooms can accommodate up to five people, and they're a good choice for families and friends traveling together.
rooms are decorated in a simple style, with white walls and dark-brown carpeting, but there are a few old-fashioned details, such as the floral bedspreads and tacky watercolor paintings
on the walls, which are eyesores. Some of the rooms have antique-style furniture, which adds a tasteful touch. Many
of the bathrooms are decked out in very dated tones of pink or lilac,
but others feature more modern white tiling with black-and-white
checked floor tiles. Bathrooms have shower stalls or
shower/tub combos, and hairdryers are provided.
Street-facing rooms get more light and are more pleasant than those
located at the back of the building, which do not have views and can
be quite dark, but they get more street noise.
Like most budget properties, the Hotel Deauville is short on extras. The
piano lounge provides a space where guests can gather and mingle, and browse
the few books available. There is no on-site restaurant or breakfast service, but the
hotel does have an arrangement with a nearby restaurant offering
special discounts to guests. Luggage storage space is available.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.