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The latest Freehand has recently opened in NYC’s Flatiron neighborhood. It will take over the former George Washington Hotel, which has a history as a home for creatives. That legacy will live on in The Freehand Fellowship: the hotel is launching a program in partnership with Live Arts...
Since the first foot I've stepped here, the hotel Freehand impressed me. The hotel it's absolutely cute and charming in every way and detail, especially because of the crew who works there, that made every effort to make everything pecial!! I recommend to everyone to...More
Had a great weekend staycation here. Was in a King Size room that was cozy without feeling too small. Cool vibes that felt almost mediterranean and nautical. Tons of cool art, even the light fixtures were custom porcelain pieces. The bar and restaurant were fantastic...More
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Response from Abiye A, Front Office Manager at Freehand New York HotelResponded 6 February 2018
Thank you for taking the time to share experience with us! Freehand really does have something for everyone and we’re so pleased to see that your stay was special. We hope to see you again soon for another great stay!
My partner and I stayed at the Freehand for 3 nights this July and we were blown away! The hotel has such an artsy and cool vibe, even in the bedrooms. The service was great, the food was delicious, and the staff were so lovely...More
Booked the Freehand for three nights about a month ago. On its Website, I saw under "Special Offers," one that read "B-Fast." Complimentary breakfast if you book the room through that Offer box. So I did. Price was $833, printed the receipt. Happy. Three days...More
I’m not one to complain, but nevertheless feel obliged to report that this spot is essential a cool restaurant/lounge with lodging attached. Attention to hotel guests is, to put it mildly, secondary, at best.
To give a more specific/nuanced response, since I was only a...More
Response from Dorothy K | Reviewed this property |
It's around the corner from the 23rd Street 6 train, which can connect you to 14th street union square station which has the 4/5/6, N/Q/W/R and L train. The L train can then connect you to the 1/2/3, F/M/B/D, and the A/C/E... More
It's around the corner from the 23rd Street 6 train, which can connect you to 14th street union square station which has the 4/5/6, N/Q/W/R and L train. The L train can then connect you to the 1/2/3, F/M/B/D, and the A/C/E train. And if for whatever reason the 6 train wasn't running at the local 23rd street stop it's only a 10 minute walk to Union Square.
Response from Stligochu | Reviewed this property |
Download the app SpotHero for best parking options. It will show you a map with all private and public parkings that people is willing to offer where they are not in town or for the hours they do not use it. I always book... More
Download the app SpotHero for best parking options. It will show you a map with all private and public parkings that people is willing to offer where they are not in town or for the hours they do not use it. I always book parking in Chicago through this app.