Hotel 50 Bowery NYC
What We Love
- A brand-new boutique hotel on New York’s oldest street, with a rooftop loungeExploring the fascinating neighborhoods of downtown Manhattan
- Enjoying the boutique experience of a Joie de Vivre property
- Being among the first to stay in this exciting new high-rise
What To Know
- In-room dining is by chef Dale Talde of Three Kings
- Bath amenities are by Jonathan Adler
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
A stay at Hotel 50 Bowery NYC places you in the heart of Manhattan, convenient to Brooklyn Bridge and Federal Reserve Bank of New York. This 4.5-star hotel is within close proximity of New York University and New York Stock Exchange.
Make yourself at home in one of the 229 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including a nightclub and a 24-hour fitness center. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby.
How to Get There
Beautiful ambience and rooms. Fast room service and overall a pleasant experience
In room water bottle was $8 - more expensive than Beer in mini bar which was at $7 - so if you are thirsty in middle of night - drink a beer and save a $
On the upside, the room I was assigned was lovely and overlooked a courtyard, and they were able to check me in early when I arrived. On the downside, room had no hair dryer and I had to call 4 times over the course of about 45 minutes to get one as I was trying to get dressed for work this morning (at one point when I called they said the system showed that the task had been completed, but that was not accurate). Also, the A/C system did not seem to be working properly, as even with it set on 66 degrees, it was warm in the room. More importantly, the system made a rattling noise every time it kicked in, which woke me up several times during the night. Staff was generally pleasant, though I was surprised when I picked up my stored luggage that no one asked if I needed a cab or any assistance. The location is close to several subway stations, and right in the heart of Chinatown.
This hotel is managed by Hyatt though that isn't advertised on anything but was on the email when I received my receipt. It's a great little hotel. Rooms are funky, modern, clean and comfortable. Bathroom was as big as the room which is crazy in NY. It's a new building in the middle of Chinatown. There were only 3 things I didn't love. First, the front desk staff seemed to be in training. There was one person everyone else was asking questions of. No one really did anything extraordinary during my stay nor even offered to help in any way if I needed it. Second, the shower water pressure is weak. Third, the location was not the greatest for me. It's in the heart of Chinatown but that means that most of the non-restaurants close at 5 or 6. I had to walk 6 blocks to Little Italy to find a bodega that was open to buy soda and snacks. On Friday morning the streets were lined with Chinese vendors selling fresh produce and fish. Kind of cool but also kind of a pain when I was trying to get the subway to get uptown for a meeting. If you are wanting to go to Brooklyn it's probably the perfect location as it's right at the foot of the Williamsburgh bridge (I think).
I will start by saying my husband is a Hyatt Globalist, so when we travel, we typically stay at a Hyatt, which has quickly because out hotel brand of choice. When we are in Manhattan visiting my daughter, we have always loved the Andaz, but this time decided to try a new place that was more convenient to her apartment. THE GOOD: Spotless rooms, trendy upbeat decor. Comfortable bedding, Complementary bottle of wine on ice and a bar of chocolate was waiting for us upon arrival to our room. Staff was friendly. Rooftop bar was pretty but it was rainy so we didn't take advantage. THE NOT SO GOOD: Breakfast. Started late, staff not ready to go. Meager offerings. The only hot dish was a mini quiche. And because you are eating up at the rooftop lounge, you are really balancing your plate on your lap to eat, or eating it at a coffee table sitting on a sofa. Not ideal. Also found it strange that waters were not complimentary to Globalist members. We have actually not ever experienced that. This is a newer hotel, and I feel like perhaps they have some kinks to work out still. Overall, not a bad stay, but I am not in a rush to stay there again.
we came with our 14 year old daughter to celebrate our anniversary. I'd let the hotel know we would be arriving later and they helpfully recommended some food options. Once we arrived we were upgraded to a room with a great view of the city skyline and there was a bottle of fizz and a plate of fresh fruit with a card which was a lovely touch. The hotel was spotless and our room was cleaned thoroughly each day with fresh linen, towels and plenty of toiletries. The hotel was very quiet apart from the last night when a rogue bar guest wandered down the hall but otherwise great. There is some street noise so do ask to be at the rear of the hotel if this is a concern for you. Only things which would have improved our stay would be free water in the room as is standard with most 4 star hotels and an on site catering option for drinks and snacks - there seems to be some confusion about what is and isn't available and when. That said the location is very handy for lots of shops, bars and restaurants and is less than 10 mins from the subway. We would definitely recommend to anyone