Pretty awesome hotel in NYC. I had a great experience staying here. I rented out one of the suites with a few friends and it was a great time. We had access to a kitchen and a balcony and LOTS of space.
"I remember you well in the Chelsea Hotel, you were famous, your heart was a legend. You told me again you preferred handsome men but for me you would make an exception." It's a historical landmark. Enough that Leonard Cohen wrote a song about it.
It's pretty outdated, but that's part of it's charm if you're interested. It's been home to countless writers, musicians, & artists. On the morbid side, Nancy Spungen (of Sid & Nancy fame) died there. On more positive notes, On The Road & 2001: A Space Odyssey were both written there. It's mostly long-term residents now. You stay for the history, not the accommodations. Not sure of the current state of hotel rooms (they had closed for renovations a while back).