Reasonable rates and a raucous history near Union Square.
Despite this hotel's literary namesake, the celebrity most often associated with the Hotel Mark Twain is Billie Holiday, who was arrested here in a 1949 drug raid. Today, the 118-room hotel is no longer a hotspot for the stars, but rather a solid option for visitors seeking relatively reasonable rates. All rooms come standard with plantation shutters, flat-screen televisions and mini-refrigerators. Deluxe accommodations, housed on the upper floors, kick it up a notch with iPod alarm clocks and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access.
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