ABOUT CHELSEA INN
One of New York City’s best value boutique hotels.
Located in the chic and historic Chelsea district, we are within walking distance to hangouts and points of interest such as the Union Square Farmer’s Market, Greenwich Village and Washington Square Park. All of the Downtown action of Park Avenue South’s restaurants and bars are only a couple of blocks away. We are walking distance to major subway and bus services to all tourist destinations such as Times Square, Central Park, Chinatown, The Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Station and the Staten Island Ferry.
Our Inn consists of two adjoining townhouses. The property is a renovated Queen Anne Style, former private residence built around 1880. Its red terracotta molded brick façade is a cheerful glimpse back to a time when Chelsea, then center New York, was teeming with horse-drawn carriages, men with top hats and ladies with parasols in hand. Now Chelsea boasts some of the hottest nightlife in NYC.
We are a European-style hotel, our interior decorated with the rustic feel of an old English country cottage reminiscent of grandma’s house. (But grandma is no longer hanging out in Chelsea.) Indeed, take out continental breakfast is included and provided by next door restaurant Petite Abelle, providing homemade muffins, scones and breads as well as Italian style coffee and a range of gourmet teas. Our rooms are clean and well appointed with comfortable beds and amenities. All hotel rooms have safes and refrigerators, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Cable TV and WiFi Internet service are available throughout the hotel.
We take pride in the quality of our friendly and helpful front desk staff who will be more than willing to assist you with any requests that you may have before, during and after your stay with us. We want to be your relaxed, warm and cozy, home-away-from-home while you visit the fast paced lifestyle of New York City.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT US
"..The feel of the Interior is that of the smaller, more affordable, yet quaint Parisian hotels and Italian pensiones. "
New York Daily News
“…people at the front desk were very friendly! they helped us find restaurants, shops, basically everything. Our room was sooo cute…”
Trip Advisor Reviewer June 2009