The Bowery Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The small details in the guest rooms really make the Bowery shine: the antique, doily-like fabric draped over the backs of the chairs, the wainscoted ceiling, the brass fixtures, the Villeroy & Boch sink, and the pencils and par avion envelopes in the desk drawer.

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 The small details in the guest rooms really make the Bowery shine: the antique, doily-like fabric draped over the backs of the chairs, the wainscoted ceiling, the brass fixtures, the Villeroy & Boch sink, and the pencils and par avion envelopes in the desk drawer.
With 135 flawlessly appointed rooms, a super-hip bar tucked away in the nostalgic, velvet-filled lobby, 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi, and bike rentals, the Bowery Hotel redefines class in a gentrified downtown neighborhood where punk rock and squalor once ruled. The small details in the guest rooms really make the Bowery shine: the antique, doily-like fabric draped over the backs of the chairs, the wainscoted ceiling, the brass fixtures, the Villeroy & Boch sink, and the pencils and par avion envelopes in the desk drawer. Opened in December 2008, the designers spared no expense when constructing this freshly hyped and controversial 21-story glass tower among the humble tenements of the East Village. Spacious rooms, all with floor-to-ceiling windows, plus a trendy restaurant, means stiff competition for the well-established Bowery Hotel nearby.
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