Sixty Lower East Side

190 Allen St New YorkNY10002
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This wonderful hotel is located not far from the 2nd Avenue Lower East Side subway station. All rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with black accents. They are equipped with a flat-screen TV and an iPod docking station. In the on-site restaurant guests may enjoy sushi and other Japanese appetizers along with fresh signature dishes such as pork ribs, fried rice and a selection of roasted...
by skoosh on August 31, 2017 from skoosh


Fun Fact:
The architect at the helm of the project, Ed Rawlings, also had a hand in the design of Veritas. The initial room concept design was spearheaded by Dodd Mitchell Design.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

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A "perfect staging area for a weekend with friends", this "swanky" Lower East Side boutique is "cool but still warm and inviting", boasting "fun" on-site venues, including a late-night sushi spot, a "wonderful" terrace bar with a retractable roof and an Andy Warhol--themed pool; the "chic" site is nestled in a "great" location "near top restaurants and museums", but fans don't mind returning to...
by zagat on December 27, 2013 from zagat
When to go: New York City is a year-round destination.

Which room to book: Corner King Superior rooms have vast city views, especially No. 1700.

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by concierge on November 24, 2013 from concierge
Spectacular views of the city are showcased by the stylish industrial minimalism of this new hotel. Rooms feature sophisticated designer furnishings including low beds and couches simply set off by exposed columns and ceiling. Celebrity Chef Susur offers global Chinese cuisine at the hotel's excellent restaurant, Shang.

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by Charlyn Keating on September 10, 2013 from abouthotels
THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Cafe Colonial Restaurant Review:
Though Café Colonial looks like a typical French café, the menu owes more to Brazil (the owner's native land) than to France. The food and service tend to be spotty, but the rich soups and simple dishes are surprisingly good as is the latte. And the moist and crusty Portuguese cornbread comes free. This is also a good place to spend a late winter morning sitting at a corner table penning your...
by gayot on February 10, 2013 from gayot

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