Hudson Hotel: Cheap and Dark
But that's a pretty good deal.
Plus, he found people to be nicer the second time around, even though he couldn't see a damn thing the whole time he was there.
Like a lot of "hip" hotels, the Hudson is dark. Everyone looks better in dark, indirect lighting, and so does everything. Including hotel hallways and furnishings. It did not escape our notice that the hotel covers up some blemishes with dark lighting. Still, it works and it didn't bother us. Or I should say I didn't mind it. I think my girlfriend thought they should brighten things up a little.
Yet he didn't mention the mall-esque escalator in the front of the building? Come on, that escalator is the best part--er, at least for all of us non-paying lookie loos.