The Bowery House is the oldest thoroughfare on Manhattan Island and long before Broadway became the signature road, that lane that would become the Bowery wound up to the island’s upper reaches. Located in the charming and architecturally rich neighborhood NoLlta, the Bowery House preserved and restored every detail of the remarkable 1940s cabin craftsmanship, providing at the same time a unique, authentic and historic accommodation for travelers from around the world. Part museum and part hotel and paying homage to the area’s flophouse past, the property offers boutique-style accommodation in full-of-character bunks and cabins.
The cubical-style units are provided with Egyptian linens, heated floors and retro film posters and the bathrooms are completed with Italian marble floors, exquisite toiletries and Ralph Lauren towels. Most of the bathrooms are shared but are gender-oriented in order to ensure utmost privacy. The living room is situated on the 3rd floor, above the busy streets of Manhattan and the garden is basically a large green roof for guests to enjoy the air of the busy city. There is also a bar, the famous R bar located on the ground floor, as well as a kitchen ready to serve and prepare all of your favorite foods.