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The Marlton Hotel in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Ferndell Coffee Roasters
Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food Margaux Restaurant and Cocktail Bar
Keywords Has Food, Air Conditioned, Has Power
Web www.marltonhotel.com  

Pro Tips

Unlimited wifi, fair food menu, limited access to outlets, fireplace. Espresso Bar hours listed. They have waiter service and they are great about not bothering you too often.
There is a fireplace which is awesome. The noise level is perfect so that you can take a phone call but not feel bad about it. It is easy to get to.


  • Love it here. Best public work experience for me, ever. Been here four hours. Quiet. Took two hourlong phone calls. Had an amazing lunch. Grab one of the silver tables; the outlet is between them. No raised eyebrows (I’m sure because of my buying lunch but they have a few inexpensive noshes), no hassle. Will become a haunt of mine for sure.

  • I loved, loved, loved this place. The Wifi, food and atmosphere was great! There was an issue finding an outlet, though.

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