Described as “Luxurious, oh-so-cool, and quirky, like old New York itself,” by Vanity Fair, The Bowery Hotel offers guests a phenomenally cozy stay on one of the city’s most famous streets. The minimalist design is offset by the richness of the drapes and furnishings, offering a feeling of pleasantly mixed past and present. Eleven styles of rooms and suites include free high speed Wi-Fi Internet, Le Labo bath products and terrycloth robes, nightly turndown service, complimentary New York Times or New York Post. Luxurious amenities include rainfall showerheads, marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, love seats or corner layouts, and incomparable city views. Dining on premises is sure to be a treat at Gemma, an Italian trattoria located on the ground floor of The Bowery Hotel. Chef Carlo Bigi pairs rustic, seasonal cuisine with an extensive Italian wine list in a setting that the New York Times described as having “an unlabored panache”. The Bowery Hotel has conveniently put together a custom guide for visitors desiring to explore the areas nearby, offering suggestions for restaurant, bar, shopping, gallery and museum, theater and film, music, and fitness and spa destinations. Events can be held in stunning fashion at The Bowery Terrace, offering a warm and vibrant venue decorated in a classic old world style with wood-beamed 13 foot ceilings, salvaged brick walls, Moroccan tiled floors, antique tapestries, an expansive outdoor terrace, and a glazed fireplace.