The Marlton Hotel
What We Love
- Breakfast—Greek yogurt, pastries, avocado toast—is included
- Aperitifs by the fireplace when it's chilly out
- Being steps away from all the fun of the Village
What To Know
- As always in NYC, rooms are compact
- The lobby can get so full with the laptop crowd it can be difficult to find a seat
- Free WiFi
- No room service, but you can order delivery from nearby restaurants
Elegant, old-fashioned, atmospheric: these are bywords at Marlton House, which feels like the brownstone of a classy friend who loves monogrammed, high-thread-count sheets and wood-burning fires. Rooms here are beautiful, with crown moldings and oak herringbone floors, but they’re tiny. Still, the location is so central you won’t be spending much time in them, though you will want to hang out in the lobby, with its wood paneling and leather chairs, and in the bar, which is so timelessly beautiful you’ll find yourself snapping photos while the ice melts in your (lovingly crafted) cocktail. Being a guest bumps you to the head of the list for a table at the hotel restaurant, Margaux, which has a Parisian bistro feel with a Cali-inspired menu that’s heavy on kale and salsa verde as well as handmade pastas and artisanal cheeses. The sun room is the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch with a bottle of white.
In the Area
Snugly tucked into the heart of Greenwich Village, this hotel is exquisitely positioned for exploring New York on foot (though it’s just a couple of minutes from several subway stops). Caffeinate first: there’s a Stumptown Coffee Roasters just down the block and the cute, sunny Third Rail café on the other side of Washington Square Park. The Park itself is terrifically accessible, just a block away, and good for a jog, too (the hotel has no gym). Make time for happy hour at Analogue, a wine and cocktail bar across the street that also offers lively cocktail-making classes. If you prefer beer, Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor is steps away, and it’s for die-hard hops enthusiasts: think 24 beers on tap and extremely knowledgeable staff. High-end shopping on Fifth Avenue is 10 minutes from the hotel, but the quirky boutiques of the Village are closer and more fun. Or save your money for a dinner at Blue Hill, a townhouse with a much-lauded New American menu of locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, and a spectacular wine list from artisanal producers.
How to Get There
Staff were friendly and let us check our bags in early, room was small but fine for us. Bar area was lovely, as was the feel of the place. Breakfast service was very good. Would love to go back for an extended stay there next time!
Horrible stay!!!! Hotel is lovely; take that back the rooms are entirely small. Manager Natalia does not have any empathy for guest not even employers. Ever since Zahira left the whole place went to flames; bet the managers dont even know the check out time and is obviously not knowledgeable in hospitality. Everyone looks miserable working there and not once did anyone ask for assistance with luggage I needed help. I asked the bellhop if there was anyone working in the bar and he told me that this place is short staffed for a horrible company. All they want is to take your money!!!!!!
We went there during a "girl day out" and stopped for cocktails at the Marlton
it has a very ancient atmosphere with a real fireplace, wooden walls... You feel like Don Draper (Mad Men) is going to have a meeting there just anytime;..
They even had on the menu a pastry from Britany that i had never seen outside France (kouign amann)
We had a very good moment