Nylo New York City (hotel) in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee n/a
Tea n/a
Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food Not during the day. Bar and snacks in the evening.
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Lobby, Hotel, Quiet, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.nylohotels.com/nyc  

Pro Tips

This hotel has a HUGE lobby divided into four separate spaces, which means you can find a place to sit and be by yourself. The music isn't TOO loud, though it's definitely present. I did a one-hour video call with no problems in being heard. I did use my own MiFi though, so I don't have Wifi info to share. I was left alone for two hours, and no one seemed at all concerned I was here. Lots of businesspeople and tourists in and out of lobby. There is one section that has a table with 12, count 'em, TWELVE outlets. A bar ara that isn't open during the day. (Which has velvet curtains to absorb some stereo noise if you have calls.) And two big seating areas. Also a small business center (two terminals, one printer) next to the community table.

  • Use to be my favorite spot to work on the UWS! The Wifi is now only available to hotel guest (last name & room #). I still have meetings here or work on non-wifi projects.

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