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143 Bowery, Lower East Side, New York City, NY 10002, United States of America – Show map
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Based on 317 reviews
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Score from 694 reviews Good
This Manhattan hotel is in Chinatown and is 1 block from the Grand St. subway station and Little Italy. The guest rooms include free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 964 reviews Review score
Located 165 ft from Central Park, this hostel is on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, just a 5-minute walk from Columbus Circle. Wi-Fi access is provided free of charge to guests.
Score from 1325 reviews Good
May 26, 2015
May 25, 2015
The "rooms" are nothing more than tiny cubby holes which are enclosed with wire above so every noise is heard and people can be rather loud with the slamming of doors, snoring and talking.
The shower did have hot water and it was close to the subway and seemed rather safe.
May 24, 2015
May 21, 2015
It wasn't worth the 66 dollars for a 90 cm bed...
May 17, 2015
Coming from a country where even the slightliest perceived negative tone of voice towards customers can lead to a employee being chewed out or, believe you me, even bullied by management into quitting, I would advice none of my countrymen to go there for the service. From personal experience, I find Asians can be notoriously stoic and reticent, but you'd expect something so social as running almost any business to make them a wee bit more customer-friendly, like servicing you with a smile, basic manners like saying 'Please', 'Thank you', 'Have a nice day' etc. and a less condescending demeanor if there's been a mix up or some such inconvenience. The staff nearly looks at you as if you've just crawled out of their toilet. Speaking of which, one was clogged with toilet paper the entire time I was there. Another bathroom floor was covered in dirty water from someone who had just showered. They should also mention that there is no individual room AC, at least not in the 1 person room where I was and it was really hot at night.
Grand Bowery Hotel is a great hotel to start off your journey as a lonesome light traveler. It is cheapspensive place, meaning that it's cheap compared to the high-end hotels located on Manhattan, yet way more expensive than cheap hotels located outside of Manhattan. So if you're a cheapskate, yet want to be in the center of it all, Grand Bowery Hotel is the place to be. The rooms are very basic, extremely tiny, but clean, and provided with basic amenities such as soap, toothbrush and paste. It is centrally located near Little Italy and Chinatown, a good walking distance from the Financial District and almost any part in the Lower Manhattan area. Near the hotel, the ethnic make-up is definitly Asian American, so expect to find lots of fine exotic eateries and shops. Grand Bowery Hotel offers any itinerant light traveler a cheap but comfortable night's sleep.
May 12, 2015
May 11, 2015
during the night we noticed that there have been bed bugs in the room; we got another room, but the night was ruined anyway, because we thought there there come more bugs; above the rooms have been very tiny and the TV in the room did not work (in both rooms)
the location was pretty good
May 10, 2015
May 8, 2015
No top sheet, not enough pillows.
You cannot beat the price of this place. It's right next to Chinatown and little Italy, blocks from the subway. You can get anything delivered 24/7 too and there's wi-fi. And it's clean, no bedbugs!
May 8, 2015
Guys at Bowery have a serious case of bedbug infestation, I was covered with their bites and couldn't fall asleep the whole night from itching. I asked the receptionist guy to do something but his English was bad and they changed my bed only when other guy with excellent English appeared. Plus, it's impossible to completely turn off the light and for me it was very hard to fall asleep.
Good location near by subway. They had security cams in hallway so I didn't worried to leave my stuff in the room.
May 6, 2015
No rooms, just partitions with no ceiling. No soundproofing from other rooms and neighbours with a light on would illuminate your own room. Recipe for a bad nights sleep.
I'd like to say 'cheap' but it still wasn't worth it
May 5, 2015
Staff,room,smell,people staying there,bugs,no air condition,no personal space you can hear every body in the other rooms ohhhh i hate that place i don't recommend it to anybody
The location only
May 3, 2015
EVERYTHING!. They use chicken wire to separate the ceiling rooms. You dont even have your own enclosure. Not to mention the illicit activities on site! Disgusting!
May 2, 2015
worst hotel ever!
May 2, 2015
The cleaning, Noisy, very small room evern u can't stand inside,,,,
ONLY the WIFI
April 28, 2015
Listening to 50 people snoring, burping & watching tv all night. Rude, uninterested staff.
Cheap, good location. Private ish room.
April 28, 2015
Urine on floor
April 22, 2015
Don't expect anything but a very small room for just a single bed + 20cm extra Very noisy No fresh air / no window Really budget in Manhattan: worst 'hotel room' you will ever see.
Lowest price for a single room in Manhattan Not extremely dirty: no cockroaches or something
April 22, 2015
Dirt. Furthermore, I asked to staff booking a taxi for me, and he said me: "you can across the street and catch your taxi"!
April 20, 2015
Oh, the horror! Upon entering the room I couldn't suppress some laughter of pure despair. This might have been the smallest and worst hotel room I've ever encountered. Literally, it was about 3 square metres (30 sqft). It merely fit the bed, which didn't fit me. The fleece sheets certainly weren't clean. The worst, however, was not the size and dirt but the fact that the "walls" between the "rooms" were made of thin plywood and they didn't reach to the ceiling. The result is that it didn't get dark in the room (light enough to read a book) because light from the makeshift hallway spilled over. Moreover, there was zero privacy and you could hear every minute sound from neighbours, ranging from people sipping their instant noodle soups to farts, burps, snoring and dudes manually catering to their every physical need. Without ear buds, eye covers and a high dosed sleeping pill I wouldn't have slept. Bathrooms had toilet paper on the floor and were generally dirty. I would be hard pressed to believe this place complies with NYC fire department regulations. If you read this, please do yourself a favour and avoid this place at all costs.
April 19, 2015
The receptionist was smoking in the rest rooms all the time. There was cold water in shower. There was no air conditioning. The motel was really noisy, smelly and dirty,
April 19, 2015
The room is tiny. really very small indeed
good location close to metro station 24 hr accsess and cheap also fairly quiet
April 12, 2015
U can hear other people' snoring at night. It's impossible to sleep. If u happen to live next to a weirdo like me, all night u r gonna listen to the weird sound he make(talking to himself, giggle etc).
April 8, 2015
Being able to hear my roommates activity within the rooms. For example, the loud snoring that was next door.
Conveniently located around the corner from the train. Minutes from Chinatown & Little Italy.
April 7, 2015
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