NYC Historic Hotel for 2022 Holiday Season Winter Travel is a must

Travelers who want to visit New York City this winter have access to a historic hotel combining comfort, style and tradition for a memorable winter experience.

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The announcement offers a flexible solution for tourists looking for a hotel with big, spacious rooms, and a central location. Blue Moon Hotel is within walking distance of the South Street Seaport, Chinatown, Little Italy, Nolita, SoHo, and the East Village.

The hotel is on the Lower East Side and has 22 bedrooms. The building itself was built in 1879 and was restored and converted into a hotel. The neighborhood is known to be New York’s liveliest art scene, and the hotel recommends guests soak up the local culture by visiting the numerous landmarks nearby.

Each room at the Blue Moon Hotel is equipped with Wi-Fi and large TVs. Guests can prepare simple meals since the rooms have kitchenettes with utensils and mini refrigerators. Fresh-baked goods are on hand, and a 24/7 snack bar is available as well. The hotel is pet-friendly and welcomes tourists and their animal companions.

The hotel was previously a tenement building, and was transformed by Randy Settenbrino. Because it was closed off for 70 years, it served as a time capsule, which Settenbrino reintegrated into the hotel’s current aesthetic. Several architectural features and genuine 19th-century pieces give the hotel a unique vibe.

“If we could give 10 stars to the historic Blue Moon Hotel, we would. Most certainly this is the best hotel, or at least our favorite, that we have ever stayed at. The location, in the Lower East Side, is unbeatable for anyone who wants to stay in Manhattan but wants to avoid the overly touristy Midtown scene. Everyone on the staff was friendly and helpful,” a satisfied guest said.

For more information, visit

Blue Moon Hotel Ltd
100 Orchard Street

United States

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