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Featuring a rooftop garden with furniture, this boutique SoHo hostel is close to several subway stations. Guests can relax in the lobby in front of the 65-inch TV or read a paper or magazine from the newsstand. The on-site bodega offers snacks, drinks, and toiletries. The Bowery House also offers shared bathrooms with heated floors, Red Flower bath products, and rain-head showers. The New Museum and Bowery Ballroom are within 1 block of the property, Little Italy and Chinatown are minutes away.
Located in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, this New York hotel is 1.9 km from Union Square. The guest rooms include free WiFi and resemble the cabins of a ship. The historic Jane Hotel provides guest rooms with warm-colored bedding and large mirrors. They are equipped with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, and iPod docking station. All rooms feature a river view, while some rooms offer a terrace. Old Rose is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dining, the restaurant’s menu features seasonal Italian fare using local produce, and a small selection of raw seafood and pizza. The beverage menu consists of local craft beers on tap, natural wines, and specialty cocktails. The hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and free bicycles for exploring the city. The subway station is 645 metres from The Jane, and Washington Square Park is 1.8 km from the property.
The Chelsea Pines Inn is a bed and breakfast hosting guests in Chelsea and the Meatpacking District. The five-story walk-up provides 24-hour concierge services and is 500 metres from the Highline. Free WiFi is offered. The Inn is decorated with film posters from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Guest rooms feature a flat-screen TV, iPod docking station, refrigerator, safe, ironing board and iron, and a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries. There is a 24-hour front desk offering concierge services, and guests can relax and/or enjoy the complimentary breakfast in the lounge, indoor greenhouse or flower-filled seasonal inner garden (in season). Snacks from the cookie jar and candy bowl are available all day. Ticket service, airport transportation, and travel information are also provided for all guests. The popular Chelsea Market is 330 metres walk from the B&B. The 14th Street A, C, and E underground station is around the corner.
If you've ever thought sleeping in a space pod looks cool, Pod 39 is for you. While the rooms are certainly small by anyone's definition, they are brilliantly thought out to maximize the available space, which makes them feel much roomier than they are. Besides the modern (bordering on futuristic) decor, this hotel features a rooftop bar with amazing views of the New York skyline. With cool touches like ping pong tables and a Mexican restaurant onsite, it's no wonder this hotel is popular with the "hip" crowd. Modern comforts, sleek extras and a generally welcoming atmosphere make this a fantastic choice for staying in Midtown Manhattan.
This one-of-a-kind, boutique hotel redefines luxury. Dark wood paneling and rows of bookshelves greet guests, who are given every opportunity to engage their literary sides while staying at the Library Hotel. Each of its ten floors celebrates a category of the Dewey Decimal System, which range from Philosophy to Natural Science, and the rooms on every floor are not only decorated according to its theme but also stocked with books on the topic. Book lovers and comfort seekers alike will love breakfast in the Reading Room, respites in the Poetry Garden, and evenings in the Bookmarks Lounge. It's hard to go wrong at the exceptional Library Hotel.
If you want to experience something out of this world, then book a stay at Yotel New York. This quirky modern hotel seems straight out of a sci-fi movie with automated check-in and checkout facilities, cabin-style rooms with futuristic designs, and Yobot robots to take care of your luggage after you check out. The rooms are small and fitted with amenities like air conditioners, comfy organic mattresses and flat-screen television to make you feel at home. Make sure you choose the corner cabins (if available) on the upper floors to enjoy the sublime views of the city skyline. Apart from the rooms, the hotel has dining and lounging options to keep you occupied. Centrally located in Manhattan, your stay at Yotel New York can very well be on par with the best memories you will take home from New York.
If you are looking for relatively affordable accommodations in the city, look no further than The Harlem Flophouse. This old-style four room guest house is simple, but charming. Rooms are appointed with vintage furnishings, a retro feeling entirely appropriate considering you're staying in Harlem. The area surrounding the Flophouse features a number of standout Harlem restaurants, bars and entertainment destinations, including the venerable Apollo Theater. After you're done exploring the city, this place just feels like home — there's even a friendly house cat to greet you when you come back!