Wonderful staff & service. Great ambience. Perfect location (within walking distance to the center of town but away from the hustle and bustle). What else do you need from a weekend getaway? Husband and I settled in comfortably and it was exactly what we required for a quick road trip away from the regular, mundane routines of life (and parenting). Thanks, The Wick!
Great boutique hotel and is a few blocks away from the Main Street where all the restaurants and stores are located. The front desk staff were very friendly and gave us great recommendations about things to see in the area. There is a great brewery near the hotel called Hudson Brewery and the Hudson River is down the street from the hotel.
Second time staying here and would absolutely recommend this hotel! Great Marriott titanium elite recognition and nice suite upgrade for our special occasion weekend…. Thank you! Quiet area around hotel with lots of parking and it’s close by (but far enough away to still be quiet) from Amtrak Station. Highly recommend this property if in the Hudson, NY area!
The hotel has been updated and the rooms are fine. The bathrooms are very nice. The dining was slow as the restaurant was quite full on a Friday. We used the shuttle to take us to dinner one evening. It is not available after 8:45. The staff was very nice. Not many options for lodging in Hudson but this place is a very good option.
We stayed one night in July and wished we didn't have to leave! The hotel is charming and quirky. Staff was very friendly. It is located at the end of a residential street, the building doesn't have your standard hotel entrance since it was a candle factory but there was no problem pulling up and going inside to check in and then driving around to the back to park. There is ample parking in the lot and it was well lit at night. Our room was lovely with high ceilings, comfortable bed and nice bathroom. Had a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Great location with easy walk to restaurants and shops.
The Wick is an old candle factory (hence the name). We were traveling with several other people and had 3 different rooms. Our rooms were all spacious and nicely appointed. For some reason, we all had problems getting towels. When we got to our room there was only one towel in the bathroom. We asked for more and they did bring a couple. But our friends had similar issues with towels. The staff members we dealt with were all very pleasant and helpful in recommending some places to eat and giving directions. The hotel is not too far from the main part of town (Warren St. primarily). There is a very rickety staircase that goes up to Warren St. but we only tried it once and then decided to go the slightly longer way other times. The view from our room (and I'm guessing most rooms) is of a parking lot and some abandoned buildings. It looks like there's some construction going on nearby which might improve the look of that area. I thought the bed was comfortable and the linens were fine for me. Overall, it was a good place for us to stay in Hudson for a couple of nights.…
Decent hotel. Room was fine. Not located directly in town but within walking distance to all of the action. There is a shuttle that looked charming but we didn’t get a chance to use that service. When you arrive at the hotel, a sickly sweet odor hits you immediately- that may be a strong cleaning agent. Not sure. Front desk was friendly and helpful. There are several Tesla chargers available.
The Good: -the building is an old candle factory, and it’s beautifully redone inside -good location -generously sized room with nice, updated decor -easy, friendly check in -ample parking behind the building Could be improved: -sheets were a bit scratchy -I forgot my eye mask for sleeping (I’m annoyingly sensitive to light when I sleep). For me, the fact that we were on the first floor which is level with the parking lot, meant I noticed car headlights. Also the smoke detector in our room was flashing a lot (needed a new battery maybe?) so that was annoying. In summary, if you a sensitive to light while you sleep, bring in eye mask; our room wasn’t super dark.
This hotel is confusing at best. Parking is in back. No place to park in front to check in, but that’s how you have to enter. Electric vehicle charging stations done work (except if you have a tesla) and there are rat poison traps near them. The rooms are musty in the basement. Oh - and the door into the hotel from parking lot collects water quickly when in rains - so get ready to jump in!! Not a worthy Marriott, in any case.
Clean and roomy — but in the basement with no window. VERY CREEPY to arrive late at night because it does not have a regular hotel entrance. It is a door on the side of a hill in a very dilapidated street. The photos are deceptive. The back where we were instructed to come in was dimly lit and tye parking lot was the back of a dilapidated industrial shipping dock. We had a few things we wanted to go back to our car to and just skipped it due to the creepy nature of the parking . At least add lighting and maybe fence it in… I realize it’s a national historic register which it’s cool that Marriot is investing to save it but it shouldn’t be pricey and they need to d something about yet CREEPY DIMLY LIT PARKING AREA .