Best Rooms: Rooms ending in *01 through *04 (e.g. 501, 1102, 1504) face the front of the hotel and have the best views of 28th St.; requesting these rooms on higher floors will give you an even better view of Chelsea.
Best Rooms: To get the best city view, request a room that overlooks 6th Avenue, on floor 15 or higher.
Best Rooms: Rooms facing Broadway tend to have the best views, especially from floors 7 and higher.
3.5 star hotel
Area: Garment District
0.93 mi from Chelsea Art Museum
Best Rooms: Rooms facing south, above floor 30, have the best views; you'll be able to see the Hudson River, the Manhattan skyline. A select few rooms also offer views of the Empire State Building.
Best Rooms: Rooms face either 26th St. or Park Ave. Rooms facing 26th St. look directly into another building, so Park Ave. rooms may be a better option. Terrace One Bedroom Suites have private balconies that overlook Park Ave.
Best Rooms: Booking a Hudson Suite is the best way to get a view of the Hudson River; these suites have floor-to-ceiling windows and let in a lot of natural light. City View Studio Kings have fantastic city views and also include deep soaking tubs.