NY style: the Ludlow hotel

The Ludlow hotel is a charming place located in Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City. This district, surrounded by restaurants, music venues and trendy bars, is well known for exciting night life.

The hotel is set in a historical industrial building with a red bricks facade and the entrance is decorated with marble mosaic floors. Therefore, the hotel’s owners, Sean MacPherson, Ira Drukier and Richard Born selected all the elements inside the hotel. They choose a mix of vintage and modern furniture, handmade rugs, Moroccan pendant lamps and wood elements. Above all, the Ludlow hotel offers an industrial vibe mixed with a “home felling”.

Firstly, the hotel offers 184 rooms and suites each with a view and some of them have a terrace. The rooms contain Indo-Portuguese style beds, upholstered vintage chairs, marble tables and black-and-white bathrooms. The Ludlow Penthouse has large windows, a sitting area and a private terrace to enjoy the amazing view of Manhattan.

Guests can explore the vibrant neighbourhood, which is constantly active with cultural, artistic and fashion events. In addition, they can grab a drink in the lobby Bar or try the Dirty French restaurant; this is located on the ground floor of the Ludlow hotel, a New York style bistro opened from breakfast until late, that offers classic French dishes made with modern techniques.

Furthermore, the Ludlow hotel offers a mini gym on the rooftop with gym equipment and treadmills.

Info: http://ludlowhotel.com/ – Room price: double room from $325 incl. breakfast and Wi-Fi

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