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Why Stay At Nolitan Hotel
The first boutique hotel to open in Manhattan's Nolita (North of Little Italy) neighborhood, the Nolitan exudes both low-key hipness and local charm.
Taking its name from the neighborhood in which it's located, the Nolitan Hotel is geared toward design-minded travelers looking to be in the center of it all. The eye-catching exterior of this boutique hotel, located just north of Little Italy and walking distance from Greenwich Village, SoHo, and the Lower East Side, was designed by the Manhattan-based firm of Grzywinski + Pons and incorporates terracotta cladding, exposed concrete, and over 3,000 square feet of glass. The 55 guest rooms—some with private balconies, others with floor-to-ceiling windows—feature sateen bed linens, rain showers, and bath amenities from the nearby Red Flower boutique. But the trump card may well be the 4,000-square-foot rooftop deck, which offers panoramic views of the New York skyline.
Borrow a bicycle or skateboard from the hotel to explore the New Museum on Bowery or visit nearby boutiques like trendy Me&Ro, a few blocks north on Elizabeth Street.
In-room dining is available from a menu of a dozen or so neighborhood favorites. Just take your pick and have the food plated and delivered directly to your guest room.
Arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) which is approximately 19 miles from the hotel. Anticipate 25 to 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic. You may also opt to arrive at La Guardia International Airport (LGA) which is about 10 miles from the hotel and travel time is approximately 20 to 30 minutes depending on traffic.30 Kenmare Street, New York, New York, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Laptop Rental
- Pet Friendly
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Daily Fitness Center Pass
- Free Bike + Skateboard Rental
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- 37" Plasma TVs
- Free Local Calls
- Data Ports
- Luxury Linens
- In-Room Safe
- iPod Stereo Systems
- Gourmet Honor Bars
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- Nightly Turndown Service
- Daily Newspaper of choice
- Lobby Lounge
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy in both rooms is 2 adults or 2 adults and 1 child
- Welcome Amenity
Why We Love New York
Nolita, which stands for "North of Little Italy," was a wasteland until about three years ago, when a smattering of chic boutiques and cafés popped up on a cluster of quiet blocks south of Houston Street and east of Lafayette Street. Soon after, Nolita became the stomping ground of the young and avant-garde.
6 Spring St., 1-212-219-0166
History Tour: The Lower East Side's Tenement Museum, comprising four levels of restored apartments in the former tenement building at 97 Orchard Street, provides a unique perspective on the New York immigrant story.
103 Orchard St. 1-212-982-8420
Admission from $22-40 per person.
Guided tours only.
Where to Shop: SoHo has long been one of Manhattan's major shopping hubs, but more recently, the style set heads to the Lower East Side's Orchard Street for creative "lifestyle" shops such as Reed Space and hip, nonprofit galleries including NO, which exhibits work by emerging Norwegian artists.
Where to Eat: Owned by restaurateur Keith McNally, the French bistro Balthazar is a must-visit for celeb-spotting and the bustling breakfast scene. Don't miss the sour cream hazelnut waffles served with warm berries.
80 Spring St. 1-212-343-1274
Breakfast for two $30.
Where to Drink: The Nolitan's lounge, located in the hotel lobby, is a chic spot for classic cocktails such the Old Fashioned and Hemingway Daiquiri, plus fried veal sweetbreads and other small bites.
Drinks for two from $25.
Why Go Now
December 31, 2013
Times Square New Year's Eve
From parties around the city to the main event at Times Square, the city lights up every December 31.
All-inclusive passes from $245.
February 6-13, 2014
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
More than 100 designers showcase their collections for fall season 2014.
March 17, 2014
New York City Saint Patrick's Day Parade
NYC's oldest parade (begun in 1762) starts at 44th Street and follows a route up Fifth Avenue to 86th Street.
April 16-27, 2014
Tribeca Film Festival
This annual film festival draws 3 million locals to more than 100 independent films screened throughout the city.