Hotel review: Hotel 50 Bowery brings approachable luxury to New York City’s bustling Chinatown
Hotel 50 Bowery brings approachable luxury to New York City’s bustling Chinatown neighborhood and honors the locale’s rich history in the process.
Chinatown is a dynamic microcosm of New York City’s history and perfect for travelers and staycationers seeking gastronomy at their fingertips.
Starting at $250 per night, the Joie de Vivre hotel from Hyatt offers thoughtfully-appointed rooms. I loved my City View King which delivered on the incredible sights promised by the name.
On my first trip to New York City before moving here, my mom suggested a celebratory drink at the top of the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.
“Isn’t it insanely expensive up there?” I asked. She replied, “You pay for the experience, honey.”
A cocktail at a noteworthy bar comes with a heftier price tag than a casual dive, but one could argue you’re not only getting a better drink but the improved scenery that tends to come with it.
The same can be said for hotels. If you’re visiting Manhattan for the first time, it’s likely you won’t be spending too much time in your room. Though, there’s nothing quite like retreating somewhere comfortable and beautiful after a long day of exploring.
Priced starting at $250 per night, Hotel 50 Bowery is that small but meaningful splurge. In the heart of Chinatown, the strikingly appointed 229-room hotel offers a quiet and comfortable escape from the madness of Manhattan. It also provides some of the best views of the city from both its rooftop bar, The Crown, and a generous handful of rooms, too.
The vibe is young and design-minded, so if you’re a traveler who appreciates modern and industrial-inspired decor (and sharing it on social), you’ll be very happy.
Though it’s so much more than just photogenic. Located within a historic …read more
Source:: Business Insider