The Ludlow classes up the joint by offering ridiculously luxurious studios, terraces, lofts, and penthouses to those aiming for fancy vibe for their NYC stay. Pulling inspiration from the Lower East Side’s 1980s bad boy art scene, The Ludlow gives a glimpse into life before the M&M’s store. Their hotel brasserie, Dirty French, follows suit with an atmosphere described as “cocky” by the New York Times.
When looking for a place to stay in NYC, the best Lower East Side hotels put you at the crossroads of some truly iconic New York neighborhoods. It’s within walking distance to the nightlife of the East Village, the cuisine of Chinatown, the shopping of SoHo, and the bohemian vibe of Nolita. Sure, it may not have the tall buildings, bright lights, or inherent noise you think with Manhattan, but it’s home to action all its own, with A-list Lower East Side restaurants, beautiful architecture, and a history that blends New York’s immigrant routes with cutting edge subculture that make it one of the most unique spots in New York City.
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