A former home to sailors, now one of Chelsea's best boutique hotels
Only a quick dash away from Met Pavilion, head straight upstairs to La Bottega to warm up with the Quattro Stagioni and a glass of Montepulciano.
Go to matsuri for sushi, then mingle on the patio, good crowd on a warm night.
Sit in front of the fire. Contemplate the sea blue tiling and warm wood book shelf plank. You're on a boat. Enjoy it.
Order lots of drinks and a pizza. Great spot for after work.
Happy hour on the patio on a warm spring day.
Want to play pool? It's free. Buy a drink and have fun.
Head across the street to Buddakan for an unforgettable dinner.
Bar's nice and quiet after dinner. Friendly, chill staff. Free pool table - winner plays!
Stiletto Sundays! Maggie C Events! Resident DJ Brynn Taylor every last Sunday of the month :)
the bar menu has a non-alcoholic section area.
Are Saturday nights always this bad here? Only white person born in the 70s in the entire bar.
The business center is on the 5th floor. The please looks like a laundry room and like it should house an ice maker but there is actually a full computer, printer, & fax set up.
In NYC for a spell? Grab a room at the Maritime Hotel. The subdued nautical motif, down to the round port windows, is perfect when you're on a journey.
Evian is only plus @ fitnees center. Uuh no, music from radio also :-)
Best pillows ever.
Couldn't get hot water in my room after more than 20 minutes.
A martini made with BULLDOG Gin? It's called a Dirty Dog. Go on, duck into the Cabanas and try one.
It is snowing and all the fashionable set is coming under the awning!
Eating at the restaura
Great hotel, great ambience, but make sure you request a room on the upper floors to get the best view of the city!
Dal sesto piano in su... Altrimenti si rischia di non dormire
La mela es el mejor trago ;)
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