If the notion that a hotel room is meant to be a short, comfortable stay in a clean and safe place but without the waste is acceptable, there are a number of low-cost options in New York. They are sometimes referred to as pubs or hostels.
These so-called "cheap" hotels offer basic amenities such as concierge, AC, TV, non-smoking rooms, in-room alarm clock, hair dryer, laundry, iron and ironing board, safe, shared bathroom and parking. Some have room service, room service and even
opportunities for disabled people. Many may not have home restaurants, but there are always restaurants.
SoHotel, located on Broome Street, for example, is one of the oldest hotels in the city. Room rates start at $ 93 per night and are located in the center of downtown Little Italy and China. There are some amenities, but each room has its own bathroom. The area is surrounded by art galleries, museums, theaters, shops, theaters, nightclubs and trendy restaurants.
Union Square Inn is also a jewel for those looking for a place to stay in the city. This East Village Inn offers 46 clean, simply furnished, large rooms at 209 E. 14th Street. This boutique hotel has private air-conditioned rooms with cable TV, phones, internet access and a complimentary continental breakfast. There is also a fabulous European-style café on the premises. Rooms are available as private single, double queen and deluxe.
Chelsea Savoy Hotel is another great find located at 204 W 23rd Street in Manhattan. Room rates are from $ 99 and Chelsea Savoy. Guest rooms are traditionally equipped with telephones, televisions and safes, and air conditioning. Each room also has a complimentary newspaper, a refrigerator, and an iron. Pets are allowed and free coffee is provided.