With the latest update, the award-winning hotel provides guests with a choice of pied-a-terre, deluxe king and queen, and luxury junior suites with balcony options. The historic hotel has been designed around original architectural features from the building’s 1879 construction combined with modern amenities.

More details can be found at https://www.bluemoon-nyc.com

Blue Moon Hotel’s fall booking is now available. Situated in the historically rich Lower East Side neighborhood, the hotel is ideally located for those attending the upcoming Labor Day celebrations.

Restored and designed by owner and artist Randy Settenbrino, the hotel houses salvaged 19th-century fixtures and artifacts that have been preserved as decor or repurposed. The original wood moldings, wrought iron window balconies, mosaics and fireplace mantles, as well as other details that have been sanctified in a new skin over the new, contemporary infrastructure.

Themed collages designed by Settenbrino line the Blue Moon Hotel’s walls. Underlaid with salvaged Green Stamps from the Depression era, the compositions display collections of historical newspaper clippings and personal effects.

Room highlights include the Quintessential King with Balcony and Queen sofa beds. Featuring terraces with panoramic views across New York, the amenities include a flat-screen TV, a kitchenette with a refrigerator and stovetop, kitchen supplies, a Keurig coffee maker, and a large bathroom with a hydromassage tub. Room decor includes vintage photography by Rebecca Lepkoff whose famous black and white images depict daily life in 1930s New York.

The hotel is within walking distance of South Street Seaport, Chinatown, Little Italy, Nolita, Soho, the East Village, and NYC’s famous bridges – Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg. Its facilities include baggage storage, heating, air conditioning, housekeeping by request, non-smoking rooms, internet, and more. 24-hour check-in is available and a Kosher Grab and Go breakfast is included with all reservations, and the Sweet Dreams Cafe and Settembrini’s Trattoria are scheduled to open post Labor Day.

The 22-bedroom Blue Moon Hotel was restored and transformed by Randy Settenbrino over the course of 5 years. The award-winning building has been featured in multiple news publications and received accolades in the National Geographic Traveller, New York Magazine Critic’s Pick, Citi Search Best Boutique Hotel, Rizzoli’s Best 100 Little Hotels, and more.

A satisfied guest said: “In a world that is becoming more and more homogenized, we need more Blue Moon Hotel experiences. Not only is it unique, but we are allowed to step back in time, to touch and breathe in an experience of lives lived and lost, to imagine NYC in another state altogether and through imagination become part of that experience.”

More details can be found at https://www.bluemoon-nyc.com

Blue Moon Hotel Ltd
[email protected]
100 Orchard Street

United States

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