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Breaking News: Another Thompson Hotel in New York Gives a Guest a Quiet Night's Sleep

Where: 15 Gold Street [map], New York, NY, United States
April 2, 2010 at 1:27 PM | by | ()

Sorry, we're just not used to this. We actually can't even fathom this right now but on the heels of our Hotel Spy telling us that the Thompson LES gave her an uninterrupted night's sleep we find that in our HotelChatter Flickr Pool, a member has given us this review of Gild Hall:

I actually really liked the hotel as it was extremely quiet for NYC and the beds were great. The one downside was the room/bathroom size, which was a bit smallish.

Could it be that Thompson Hotels are growing up? When we stayed at 60 Thompson last May we were peeved by the bumping noise from the ThomBar but at the Hollywood Roosevelt the other night, we had no disturbances. Granted it was a Tuesday night and Teddy's was closed, but still, this isn't what we expect from Thompson. Not that we're complaining or anything!

What about you--have you had a shockingly quiet stay at a Thompson Hotel recently? Tell us about it.

Archived Comments:

Smyth TriBeCa fairly quiet too early March

I stayed at Smyth TriBeCa early March. I had reservations about our hotel room being quiet as it was on the 4th floor and facing West Broadway. We did have 3 very quiet nights though. Overall we liked the hotel but it was somewhat overpriced even at $199.00 and the staff seemed more concerned about being cool and hip than actually being helpful.