...all rooms in NYC hotels are claustrophobic, but M redefined confined quarters into luxury experience. Although small, the rooms are technologically superb. The investment was made into the super cozy living room and impressive loft bar.
Similar to other Citizen M hotels but more art - check out the Street Art all the way down the stairs from the rooftop bar to the lobby.
Comfy, clean and friendly. Great bar on the top floor to watch the sunset from - down to Lower Manhattan, over the bridges and up to the Empire State building.
Good location for Chinatown, Soho, Little Italy - and further afield if you enjoy walking.
If not, 2 subway stations very close.
New hotel in a great location close to Soho. Having stayed at Citizen M in Paris recently, I can say that this hotel is very similar to the one in Paris. Love all the attention to details.
Very nice sky bar though prices are a bit high - as expected.
Very cool breakfast/lounge area also.
Would definitely go back.
I went into the city to enjoy my birthday and I will say that this hotel made my birthday experience great. I did expect the room to be small but it was a smart room and great space efficiency. I'm huge on location, finding the right place for pictures and comfort.
Can I say they exceeded my expectation on every aspect. My view was awesome and the lobby and lounge were perfect for pictures and just have a cool experience. Also, location, location, location!! The hotel is in the middle of everything that you want a low cost but luxury feel. Thank you again! will be staying again!
The brand new CitizenM on the Bowery in NYC's Lower East side is pretty much like all other CitizenM hotels, with small high-tech rooms, and very comfortable beds. Excellent value for money, especially in this part of town.
Also loved the lounge and the rooftop bar - which has some of the best views in town. Highly recommended.
Fantastic night spent at CitizenM Bowery. For the money I don't know if it can be beat, luxury feel in a small and affordable package. Excellent and helpful staff, would absolutely stay here again. One thing I would suggest is maybe having a valet parking service available on site? Not sure how many people would be looking for that.
There are two garages nearby but I certainly would have paid a couple bucks extra for avoiding the few block chilly walk.
I booked this hotel for my birthday weekend and I was not disappointed in any way. The hotel itself is gorgeous, lots of cool art decorating almost every surface. The staff were always friendly, the common space downstairs was comfortable and spacious.
The rooftop bar would rival any regular bar in any city. The smart room was easy to control using the iPad mini and the view of the city was breathtaking. Would definitely recommend and return.
Our stay at the CitizenM Hotel in Bowery was great. It is perfectly situated in the heart of the lower east side where everything is walkable. If your new to the city and your looking for a the must see tourist attractions you might still have to cab it or use public transportation.
But if you're more of a foodie looking for some fun food excursions and nice instashots then this is your place. My husband and I stayed here quite comfortably. The rooms are clean, up to date with some fun amenities like mood lighting but as advertised they are a bit small (calculated but small) so if theres more than 2 of you, it will be a bit tight. Do: Take advantage of all the shared spaces available like "the living room" and "the rooftop" great views all around and the living room is very inviting. I met a few free thinkers down there and it was such good vibes. It kind of reminds me of the vibe you'd get at a WeWorks or any costarring space. The rooftop has exceptional views of the city! I would definitely come back just for the views. Dont: ..get breakfast in the hotel. I mean you could, but why? When you're literally block away from some of the best coffee and breakfast spots NY like The Egg Shop, the Butchers Daughter, DIM SUM, etc! Just use the hotels super fast wifi and map it. It's definitely worth it to cross the street promise.