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  • The Bar at the Cooper Square Hotel

    The Bar at the Cooper Square Hotel

    25 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003
    212-475-5700

    http://www.thecoopersquarehotel.com

  • The Bowery Hotel

    335 Bowery New York, NY 10003
    212-505-9100

    http://www.theboweryhotel.com

  • East Village Bed & Coffee

    110 Ave. C New York, NY 10009
    212-533-4175

    http://www.bedandcoffee.com Want to live like a real New Yorker? Try Bed & Coffee. With its loft-like, brick-walled interior this clean, pleasant, budget hotel looks like a real Manhattan dwelling. Because each floor has a shared bathroom, kitchen, and common room, staying here is like moving into a three-bedroom apartment downtown, close to bars and restaurants (except your roommates will be strangers). Each of the nine private rooms has a theme like aFrench Room,a aAfgani Room,a oramore curiouslyaa110 Downing Street.a More >>

  • Jazz on the Town

    307 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-228-2780

    http://www.jazzhostels.com The best part about this hostel (besides the cheap rates) is the amazing East Village location, right off of Second Avenue. There are not many places a tourist can stay in Manhattan's hippest nabe and this one is not only inexpensive but funawith an outdoor terrace to party on and no pesky curfew to observe. More >>

  • The Standard East Village

    The Standard East Village

    25 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003
    212-475-5700

    The young, the hip, the Standard. Formerly the Cooper Square Hotel, Andre Balazs took over in 2011 and adopted it as one of his babies. The glassy 21-story highrise fits right into the new Cooper Square, nestled between the equally architecturally impressive Cooper Union School and a brand new office conglomerate. It features the Faustina restaurant and a pretty obsolete cafe—go for the cheaper and far more interesting fare on neighboring St. Marks—but it's those legendary Standard views and attractive staff that make it worth the while. More >>

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