The award-winning Blue Moon New York City (featured above at 8.00) boutique hotel has been lovingly restored by Manhattan artist-as-architect, Randy Settenbrino, who has poured his heart and soul into its transformation. Located in Manhattan’s trendy Lower East Side neighborhood, bordered by Greenwich Village, East Village, SoHo, Chinatown and the Financial District. The Blue Moon Hotel is in a perfect spot whether we are traveling for business or visiting the popular tourist attractions in New York City. Everywhere you want to be is a quick 10 minute walk or feel like a New Yorker & hail a cab.
The historic 19th Century tenement building, once inhabited by immigrants and factory workers, was partially sealed off for 70 years, and is an art preservation and design project. In fact, stepping through the doors of the Blue Moon Hotel is much like walking into a historic Manhattan art museum. Original architecture, wood moldings, doors, light fixtures and marble tiles are just a few of the features that have been reintegrated into the hotel’s design. Historic memorabilia found throughout the building during reconstruction has been preserved and used as a part of the décor while incorporating modern elegance, amenities and services.
Beautifully appointed guest room accommodations allow individuals and families the space they need to stretch out and relax. Comfortable pillow-top mattresses are lavishly covered with 300TC cotton sheets, dressed with custom fabrics and pillows, and set against decorative wrought iron beds. Exquisite antiques stylishly decorate each room, reminiscent of a bygone era; including a desk and chair for those guests who wish to stay in touch with their office and home.
Enjoy your top-tier room at 20% off & renown hand-dipped chocolates from the Sweet Life, plus a bottle of wine. Daily gym included.
The Quintessential: Eddie Cantor (penthouse) with 15’ cathedral ceiling and is flooded with natural light which enters via huge oversized windows, and a 13’ wide terrace; or enjoy the Molly Picon Suite, with a 26’ wide terrace. These glorious honeymoon nests feature 6’ hydromassages, and views that will make you swoon.
The Luxury: The Al Jolson (penthouse) has a 15’ high cathedral ceiling, and is flooded with natural light which enters via huge oversized windows. Al Jolson and Mickey Katz both have hydro-massage and 13’ wide terraces. The Marx Brothers has a massive (275 Sq Ft.) terrace where you can step confidently outside on a roof deck-type balcony. At sunset all the Luxury rooms have an arresting view of the Williamsburg Bridge.
Ends 6/30/2013. Minimum 2 night stay. Must be booked directly via the front desk; chocolates must be ordered 24 hours in advance of stay. Please call the front desk to book (212) 533-9080.
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Where in NYC could you stay for a few days or a couple of weeks without going stir crazy? Only at the Blue Moon, the rooms start at a sprawling 320 sq ft. and go to 675 sq ft, large baths with deep tubs 2/3 with balconies. Enjoy free continental breakfast is a NYC cultural experience, bagels, spreads, fresh fruit and 6 different types of ruggelach and Latin / American coffee! New York City is great in the summer especially as a family outing as the Blue Moon Hotel is wholesome and spacious for the whole family. Located on the Tenement Museum block and are within walking distance to South Street, Soho, both great family destinations.
Available for or all room types, the longer you stay… the more you save: stay 2 days get 10% off, stay 3 days get 15% off , stay 4 days or more and get 20% off. Book online or call (212) 533-9080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Available from June 15th until September 15th 3013.