Hotels >The Bowery Hotel
“It has a great location for shopping in the Village, Soho, Nolita, Chinatown, etc.”
“Shit*y bar but a great outdoor space.”
“Hotel rooms were nice but small and not as chic as one would expect for the price.”
“The rooms are nice and comfortable, though they lack much storage, so I wouldn't stay for more than a long weekend.”
awful service. Stayed there recently and were treated very rudely by staff. We were seated in outdoor lounge having cocktails and were asked to move to an inside location because the outside was for hotel guests only. we informed the hostess that we were in fact hotel guests and received no apology. We were then ignored for the rest of the night by our waiter in a clear effort to get us to leave. Hotel rooms were nice but small and not as chic as one would expect for the price. I recommend staying one of the countless better hotels in NY.
From the BBar and Maritime Hotel owners, a deluxe high-rise proves that sleeping on Bowery isn't just for "bums.". One step inside transports guests into a world that manages to contrast starkly with the neighborhood's deteriorating facades and hypermodern new constructions. Nineteenth century luxury fills the sprawling lobby space, beckoning guests to relax on plush crushed velvet sofas and high backed armchairs in taupe and rich browns. The young, stylish public can slake their thirst at a bar on the mezzanine. Each room features a platform bed covered in 400-thread count sheets, 24-hour room service, a minibar, iPod stereos, DVD and CD players, and free wireless internet. Complimentary C.O. Bigelow products fill the shelves in the roomy marble bathrooms.
Good, with some things to work out. We wanted to stay somewhere different than the usual suspects (Sofitel, Le Parker Meridien), so we tried the Bowery. The rooms are nice and comfortable, though they lack much storage, so I wouldn't stay for more than a long weekend. The staff was very courteous and went out of their way to help with anything we needed, with the exception of housekeeping which took forever to get to the room. It is a new hotel, so there are some kinks to work out. The hot and cold were reversed on the tub, so that was an unwelcome surprise for me, but they took money off the bill for my discomfort, so I can't complain too much. It has a great location for shopping in the Village, Soho, Nolita, Chinatown, etc. The floor to ceiling windows are great, as are the tub and showerheads themselves.
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