Latham - New York40.744282, -73.986772
Latham Hotel offers a perfect accommodation in New York.
Major New York sights, such as Central Park and New York Public Library are located nearby.
The hotel allows quick access to parks and gardens.
This hotel is 350 meters from 23rd Street (IRT Lexington Avenue Line) underground station.
Latham Hotel welcomes guests to take advantage of satellite television, heating, a laptop safe, a balcony and an iron with ironing board supplied in the rooms. Latham Hotel features rooms with the street view. Guests can make use of en suite bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a sink.
Eat & Drink
The property is 5 minutes’ walk from 230 Fifth offering dishes of American, Asian Fusion, Asian and Italian cuisine.
A full breakfast is served at affordable prices.
Guests will benefit from laundry, concierge service and room service.
Leisure facilities, such as a nightclub, a sunbathing terrace and an outdoor swimming pool, are provided on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for additional charge.
No parking available.
Year renovated: 2006. Number of rooms: 226.
Poolside snack bar
Outdoor swimming pool
- Room service
- Shops/Commercial services
- Poolside snack bar
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Beach umbrellas
- Sun loungers
- Sun terrace
- Air conditioning
- City landmarks
The bathroom was disgusting, and there were stains on the bedclothes. The hotel was very loud with music playing all night. The carpet was ravelling, and the bathroom consistently smelled of urine.
It was clean and warm. Staff were helpful and friendly. Close to great shopping and subway stations. And good value for money in comparison to other hotels in NY.
Quite possibly the world's slowest elavator.
I wouldn't recomend this hotel, it is expensive for what it is is, I was already in Hostals that were much beter than this hotel.
Low price for N Y City - it is pretty primitive, but you get what you pay for
One bathroom, down the hall, for each floor
I liked the fact that it was right in the city and fairly close to everything.
I didn't like the fact that the bathroom was shared. The hotel needs to be updated to include bathrooms in each room. The airconditioner was old and should be updated as well. Other than that I was okay.
Everytime I had a concern or question the staff was friendly and prompt to get me my answer and make me feel like me and my family mattered. This hotel is not listed as a 5 star but I give it 5 stars for friendly staff, ready to help with any need you have. The room was very small but our stay was short and we planned on not being in the hotel room much anyway but when we were it was pleasant. Seemed clean and very neat. It was built in or around the 1950's but it was painted and decorated very up to date. I would recommend this hotel to everyone on a short stay. You have to share a bathroom with fellow patrons but there was no one ever waiting or rude and the bathroom stayed well kept.
The beds (not mattresses) need to be updated.
The room and the toilet were lovely and clean.
Noise in the morning time. A room was being converted across from the room
It was clean and you can't beat the location. We had a tiny bedroom with shared bathroom but for the price, you can't expect the Ritz!
Maybe I am wrong but it felt like a lot of people were living there which took away the hotel feel and made me a little uncomfortable.
This was a great budget find. I recommend it for backpackers and young adults on a budget who don't mind giving up some of the nicer amenities. The staff members were usually kind and helpful, and the room was clean. The best part is the location. Just a block from the N line - not too far from Union Square Park (or anywhere you need to be!)
When choosing a budget location, there are certainly some things you have to give up. There is only shared bathroom per floor, and it is only big enough for one person at a time. This is especially annoying in the middle of the night. The elevator is extremely slow - but I didn't mind taking the stairs (down). Additionally, the room is modest. My room looked out at a building about 7 feet away, and I had little sunlight. Rooms do not have individual thermostats for the heat and the room got very warm!
Best value and location there is!
Latham Hotel wasn't the prettiest there is, but if what you're looking for is location and value then I would recommend it. That said, if you plan on spending a lot of time in your hotel room - this probably isn't the place for you.
great location, staff was friendly and helpful, and it was what I thought it would be - a reasonable place to stay in NYC. I'd stay there again.
Some of the facilities were run down - the elevator was unusable on my last day; the carpet was a bit grungy, light bulb was missing, like that. But it was also kind of what I expected for that price range, except that the location was better than I'd thought.
location is good. Near the state empire building.
Room is small. The terrible thing is that the door of restroom can not be opened at midnight.
Nothing. I changed my hotel before the end of my stay
I found a simple hotel. But that's ok. The room was dirty and had bad smell. Also people tend to smoke in the hallways. not recommend.
Nothing It is awfull
This an homeless shelter
location is good. very close to two subway lines, and lots of food to choose around. the street feels safe even at midnight.
I picked a room with private bath, even so, the condition is far worse than expected. no pillow, no blanket, and with cockroach inside the room. Also the wifi price too high that you do not want to use it.