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Super convenient location, right across from the Tenement Museum. Not a huge number of amenities, but if you're looking for a clean, interesting spot where you can spend the night without blowing your budget, you should give the Blue Moon a look.
it is a very good place stay nearby downtown. Clean cheap quiete people are nice. So close to subway and a convinient grocery store one min away. Strongly recommend for people who has budget best hostel ever
We had previously stayed here in 2015 we had a good stay hence why we booked it again.
BE prepared not to get room! They are clearly deliberately double booking rooms so they can fill their sister hotel around the corner!!!
We had two bookings...More
Just a warning out there for everyone. My colleague and I booked the Blue moon hotel last May with Booking.com. We had made the booking a month in advance but had our bookings cancelled literally last minute while queuing to do the check in due...More
I stayed in Chinatown on the sixth floor of this immaculately maintained former tenement building; (the seventh floor being the penthouse accommodations.) The rooms are named after actors/actresses of the bygone "Golden Age". I stayed for four nights in the Molly Picon room, named for...More
Straddling the bridge between New York’s thriving immigrant past and its modern transformation into a beacon of global art and culture, the Lower East Side is one of the most dynamic neighbourhoods in the city. The blocks of tenements that represented the promise and blight of the Lower East Side immigrant experience now command top dollar for new residents. Right next to old-world delis, 24-hour bodegas, and the garment
shops of Orchard Street, you’ll find hip clubs, fashionable bistros, and luxury hotels beckoning at all hours of the evening. If you love nightlife and live music, it’s hard to beat the scene here.
Both private and shared rooms are offered here. I stayed in a private room and would recommend it to anyone looking for a budget hotel. Overall the place is orderly and well maintained. None of the clientele we met were... More
Both private and shared rooms are offered here. I stayed in a private room and would recommend it to anyone looking for a budget hotel. Overall the place is orderly and well maintained. None of the clientele we met were transients that you might expect to see at a hostel. In other words, the question is misrepresentative.