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New York City Hotels

The Bowery Hotel

  • 335 Bowery Map It
  • Clubby Atmosphere
  • Fodor's Choice
  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

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  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

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  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

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  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

  • The Bowery Hotel, East Village

    Gregory Goode

Pros

  • Quirky, fun location
  • Happening bar and lobby-lounge area
  • Celebrity sightings
  • Interesting views

Cons

  • Gritty neighbors
  • Rooms aren't luxurious

Updated 02/20/2014

Fodor's Review

The Bowery Hotel is like an English hunting lodge in Manhattan, warmed by rich tapestries, fireplaces, and chandeliers—and there's no shortage of Brits, who flock to the property; the only thing missing is a trusty hound. The mood created by the red-coated doormen, clubby bar, and trendy address makes this one of the hottest hotels—or lobbies, at least—of the moment. Sadly, rooms upstairs don't maintain the richness of the lobby: they're simple, with floor-to-ceiling

industrial-style "factory windows" and Manhattan views. Rooms and suites with terraces have an outdoor shower and lounge chairs for relaxation with a city view. Gemma restaurant fronts the hotel and is a popular weekday dinner/weekend brunch spot.

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Hotel Award Winner | 2011

Hotel Information

Address:

335 Bowery, at 3rd St., New York, New York, 10003, United States

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Phone:

212-505–9100

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 135 rooms, 25 suites
  • No meals

Updated 02/20/2014

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