NileGuide Expert Says:
The Cosmopolitan, first opened as a boarding house in 1845, is possibly New York's oldest hotel structure.
95 W Broadway, New York, NY, United States
Hotel star rating:
restaurant, internet-available, non-smoking, safe-deposit, tv-in-room, air-conditioning
Rooms at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Tribeca are basic and plain, but modern and clean, and the larger loft-style rooms have an added character. Beyond its frugality, the Cosmopolitan's best asset is its location: on the corner of Chambers Street and West Broadway in fashionable Tribeca, near such fun spots as The Odeon
and more upscale restaurants such as Nobu
. It is a great home base for exploring neighborhoods such as Lower Manhattan
and South Street Seaport
and Little Italy
Parking is available for a fee.