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179 Moore Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206, United States of America – Show map
|Triple Room with Private Bathroom|
|Single Bed in 3-Bed Dormitory Room with Private Bathroom|
|Bed in 3-Bed Female Dormitory Room with Private Bathroom|
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NY Moore Hostel's staff speaks: Russian, Italian, Hebrew, French, Spanish, English, Greek
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Shared Lounge/TV Area
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
Russian, Italian, Hebrew, French, Spanish, English, Greek
From 2:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 18 years are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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This uptown New York hostel is 1 block from Broadway Street and a 10-minute walk from Central Park. It features free Wi-Fi, a movie lounge, and a large patio.
Score from 2333 reviews Very good
This NYC hostel features a fully-equipped common kitchen, free Wi-Fi and a rooftop terrace with skyline views. Guests can enjoy coffee, breakfast, beer, wine and cocktails on site.
Score from 570 reviews Very good
This Woodside, New York hotel is 3 miles from the LaGuardia Airport and offers free limited parking. This hotel features a gym and guest rooms include free Wi-Fi.
Score from 244 reviews Good
This boutique hotel and hostel is in Manhattan's Upper West Side, within walking distance of Central Park.
Score from 1718 reviews Good
the proximity to four subway lines (J,M,Z at Flushing Avenue or Lorimer Avenue/ L from Morgan Avenue) is worth the price alone. TWO KITCHENS. Incredibly helpful staff! Computer / Common room. Tons of room for your own stuff in your room with two other hostel mates. I only stood 1 out of 4 nights with two other mates, only one the other three.
the toiletries aren't free except toilet paper, but they're available downstairs. other than that, FANTASTIC.
The staff here were particularly great. The 24 hour reception kept things cool. Short walk to the subways to head wherever you want for the day. Walk to Brooklyn bridge.
My stay at this hostel was great. The staff were very patient and helpful. The common areas were comfortable to hang out. Bathrooms were always clean. The room was spacious and well heated, and the bed was comfortable. Overall it was a very good experience! Thanks for everything!
The relaxed and welcoming atmosphere created by management and staff. The comfortable design of the common room which allows people to be social or not, as they wish. 24 hour reception. Nearby delicatessans.
This place was value for money in New York. I had no problems with any of the components of this hostel.
Staff was excellent. Especially Lydia. Extremely friendly and helpful!
A little far from LGA, but well worth the extra effort to get to and from.
Our room was very neat. Hostel was basic. Was my first time in a hostel and I felt uneasy at first, one of my room mates was kind and helpful, so were the hostel staff, I later felt at ease. Will surely go there again if I ever happen to be in NY.
The rooms were spacious and the kitchen area downstairs was great.
Connecting to the Wifi was ALWAYS a hassle and the rooms and bathrooms were not cleaned towards a standard of perfection.
Service, amazing comfy lounge area, large beds in small dorms, a real full kitchen, free coffee all day, internet and office stations, service and smiles.
Thin walls, thin mattresses. Still great value, though.
great! we loved it, closed to the L line of subway that within 20 min takes u to the center of manhattan. not dangerous at night. only 3 ppl in the room with private bathroom -it's alot for an hostel, we think it's need to be called moore hotel :) room was very very big and clean with a sofa and big table to organize your stuff during your stay. it's not really feel like hostel, not full of young ppl screaming everywhere, very calm place to rest!
the hostel include 2 building, connecting in an open area between them and it's something we didn't notice on booking... very cold to pass ther at night :( after we paid the 2' night we found good hostel for the same price with breakfast in upper west side of manhattan, so we think the price should be cheaper for the location of the hostel and for no meal include. except it i'll definitely will turn back to this place and recommend it to everybody!
The spaciousness of the room and private bathroom, the common rooms, the location close to L-subway, the location to a great deli and pizzeria, the beds, the lockers in the room, the fact that there was no noise in the room coming from the hall or other rooms (there was noise coming from the business across the street, but it's not too bad), the price/quality.
Cleanliness: our room was never really cleaned during our stay. The beds were not made once (6 nights stay), we had to ask for towels even though the hostel's website indicated they were provided, the floor in the room was disgusting (our luggage was on the floor and when we lifted it onto our bed, the bed was left full of dirt and hairs etc), the mirror in the room was dirtier by the day. Only bins were emptied daily, ouf! The staff is really not professional. Some seemed to have no experience in a customer service job whatsoever and didn't even manage to smile once. Some seemed hungover or even high. Some seemed to be working even though they prefered not to. Only the girl during check-in was a pro. I guess it's hard to find good staff in NYC, but I do believe with more checking up by the managers, this can be changed. If you never check upon their work, you get what we've experienced. Too bad for a hostel with this great potential. I could also recommend putting a shelf in the bathroom close to the sink. And perhaps organise an activity now and then so friends could be made at the hostel :-)
Help was wonderful. It was clean. Bed was comfortable, but room stark which was ok. Three of us stayed and all thought we slept well. They called us a cab which was reasonable.
Neighborhood looked intimidating.
Staff Atmosphere Ammenities
Fit & Finish - Bathroom door would not latch tightly and constantly opened even when locked. Lockers in room were nice but were freestanding and not secured to wall or floor.
The individual who greeted me was kind and welcoming. I was able to find free easy parking right out front. Free wifi and maps with cool things to do in the area.
I was overtired so I may have missed the info given at check in, but the bathroom had no towels to wipe my hands and the fitted sheet on my bed did not seem thoroughly cleaned.
All perfect,really a gem!
Compared to a hostel in upper west side manhatten, the space and prvicay was luxury (I was solo in a 3 bed all female room). May not be great for meeting people - I didn't notice any organized group events but common space is comfortable. Staff was super friendly and approachable! Found it easy to get around on subway from here as its really close to Montrose on the L. I felt safe walking alone from subway to hostel at 2:30 am. I would return!
Huge rooms, well maintained. Staff were very friendly and very helpful.
There was maintenance work outside my room, which made it difficult to nap or sleep in.
Everything was fantastic, the room was spacious, clean, I got a double bed which was great because I stayed for five nights and I slept like a baby the whole time. I had so much room that I didn't have to bother anyone with my two luggages. The private bathroom also had a lot of room, a ragged (one of its doors didn't close) but functional enough shelf, and a nice ventilation/extraction system. The water pressure and temperature were always optimal, too. It was overall a really nice experience, meeting people and conversing in various languages, smoking in the patio, which always had clean ashtrays. I didn't use the common room much, but it seemed like there was a friendly vibe in there, too. I used the water dispenser to refill my water bottles, and the coffee machines in the morning. I didn't do much else in the kitchen to be honest but everything seemed pretty organized and clean and even homey. The staff was really nice, helpful and engaging, always providing information and a smile. :) The neighborhood was colorful and artsy and safe, with lots of thrift stores and restaurants, bars, and grocery stores full of organic stuff. The subway is really close, too. I went back and forth from the subway station at all hours and it never felt unsafe. I'll definitely be back next time i'm in NY.
Maybe the lights were a bit dim in the room, I don't know if it's done on purpose but it seemed a bit dark at night. Even so, we all had personal lamps near our beds which was cool as you didn't need to bother others who might have gone to sleep early. :)
- nice and helpful staff - location within walking distance from the metro station - a good choice for budget travel
- difficulty sleeping in room next to the reception (noisy) - you have to pay for luggage storage
Staff nice and friendly
Dirty, dying trapped mice in the kitchen area. Very dirty couches Room smelled bad! Very uncomfortable mattress
Location - close enought to Manhattan, 5 min walking from subway, easy to find. Very clean ans safe. Three beds in the room and a bathroom. Worth the money for solo travelers who are not willing to share a room with 19 more fellows.
Though area seemed quiet it was too noisy outside periodically. Maybe because of the ground floor and open window.
Staff very friendly, room clean
Biker group hanging out across the street on Saturday nite when we got in at 11pm. Revving their engines and peeling out till they all finally dispersed
Staff was very helpful and friendly. Prices are very reasonable and stay was comfortable.
No laundry room to wash your dry at.
friendly staff bathroom in the room free wi-fi
they do have mixed dorms
Even though the hostel is far from Manhattan, it is very close to the subway and the L line will take you to the center in 15min. Our room (3 beds female dorms) was HUGE, we had our private living room and it was very clean. The staff is really nice and helpful. We really enjoyed our stay, Thank you very much!
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