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Blue Moon Boutique Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Blue Moon Hotel was our first time to stay on the Lower East Side. Convenient to metro stops, Little Italy, China Town etc. Easy to get around. Hotel was neat, clean , and room spacious. Only downside was there was no coffee available in room or anywhere. Also no cups or glasses in room. Coffee shop in lobby but it wasn't open one day.

They treat me kind. I loved the room, it was clean, they provided a towel, shampoo, soap. Breakfast was not included.

rude hotel staff and cafe staff. mixed facility. some hotel rooms were converted into multiple bed hostel rooms. mexican kitchen staff is a pervert and tried to come on to me. not recommended for single female traveller. the people employed at the facility are undocumented immigrants and low income / low class / low education

Staff were lovely. My reservation was messed up and they wanted to put 75 year old me in a room with five others of mixed genders. I complained and was promised an upgrade to a 3 bed room. That worked for the first night. Came back after breakfast to find that one of the beds had boldeen removed and they were putting together a bunk bed. I complained and was told that my bed, too, would be removed for bunk beds. I said, no way - can't sleep in one of those (short mattress and have to duck down to get into it). They finally agreed to leave my bed alone for the second night.

P7th floor perfect room. Elevator broken so made terrible 7 floor walk but room worth it.

Very comfortable for 6 people. Very pretty room and the housekeeping staff did an amazing job each day.

We stayed in the Fannie Brice room in the Blue Moon hotel. It was an excellent room for a group of 6 with 1 king bed and 4 singles. Front desk staff presents as disinterested most times and breakfast was nothing to write home about but the hotel is clean and in a great location. We will stay there again.

Was a lovely hotel. The staff were wonderful. Very helpful and accommodating. They helped us with restaurant recommendations, directions, and were very pleasant and nice. The hotel was located just two blocks from the subway and located in a very nice area with lots of food options.

The staff of 2 at the hotel was awesome. Very attentive and caring. Less populated location but you feel very secure there given their procedure with the room key access. The rooms are old fashion but very clean and comfortable enough. Very good value for the cost.

This is not a luxury hotel with a wide list of amenities. It is an affordable small hotel (an old building that was rehabbed into a hotel) on the Lower east Side near SoHo, which is where we wanted to stay. The staff was extremely nice and helpful. Let me repeat that. They were extremely nice. Also, they have a parking deal a few blocks from hotel that is very reasonable for NYC.

Excellent stay at the Blue Moon Hotel! From the gracious hospitality and helpfulness of the wonderful staff to the warm bed-and-breakfast like atmosphere, this accommodation is a real find! In particular, for visitors seeking to explore the fascinating neighborhoods in the Lower East Side as well as the historic sites of downtown Manhattan and Battery Park, this is an ideal location from which to embark. The thoughtful extra touches of a NY-style breakfast to a glass of wine in the afternoon further enhance the overall delightful guest experience. Looking forward to returning to Blue Moon!!

Cozy hotel in Chinatown/LowerEast Side. Allowing for New York's absurd prices, it can be a pretty good value. Our only real complaint was the lack of lighting in the room: there was one dim lamp and glaring overhead spots -- two people couldn't read in bed. Fix that and you've got something going on!

Virtually nothing worked in my room, TV, A?C, Fridge, hot water, all needed service. The room was filthy, bathroom disgusting. One person works there and knows nothing. This is a dive and should not be on your list ever.

Clean and comfy, pleasant staff, nice continental breakfast. Very convenient to the Tenement Museum across the street. Reasonable parking in a garage a short distance away. Within walking distance of Little Italy and parts of Chinatown. Several restaurants nearby. Enjoyed our stay, would go back again when visiting lower Manhattan..

We would not stay here again. While I understand That this is a restored tenement , I expected it More based on the website photos. It was clean But honestly it was a little shabby and the rooms Are short on amenities.

The very expensive rooms are nice. Choose somewhere else at the lower end. We did enjoy staying in the Lower East Side, with lots of fun shopping and a vibrant bar/restaurant scene within easy walking distance -- Little Italy, China Town, Soho, Tribeca... The room was cheap (by NYC standards), with very ordinary furnishings and no real view to speak of out the window. Seemed a bit overpriced for that. Comfortable in that Motel 6 sort of way. All the pictures on the website are of the higher end rooms with balconies and terraces, more than double the price of our room.

This hotel had a great location for anyone interested in easy walking to Lower East Side, Chinatown, Little Italy and SOHO. we needed two beds, hard to find in NYC, but the room was spacious and could actually accommodate a family of four. The continental breakfast and Sunday papers were great to have. But this neighborhood is a bit wild on Friday and Saturday nights - expect loud noise to wake you on the weekend. would go again if I wanted this location.

We will definitely choose this hotel again. Comfortable, unique, great location- close to subway, excellent restaurants. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Rooms very comfortable.

Hotel is comfortable and in a good location. Condition is a little worn but overall a good value.

Getting the feel of the Lower East Side of Manhattan doesn't get much better than the Blue Moon hotel. Right on Orchard Street, close to public transport, across from the tenement House museum...and the decor of the hotel makes you feel right at home...in another era.

100 Orchard St New York NY

Located in Lower East Side within a mile (2 km) of New York University, Blue Moon Boutique Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Brooklyn Bridge. This 22-room, 3-star hotel has in-room conveniences like iPod docks, refrigerators, and minibars. Located centrally in New York, it's also close to Empire State Building and Macy's.


All 22 individually decorated rooms provide iPod docks, refrigerators, and minibars. TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Ceiling fans, safes, and ironing boards are also standard.

Rooms


Property features

Guests of Blue Moon Boutique Hotel have access to free WiFi in public areas. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours or tickets, and answer any questions about the accommodations.

Room options

Room, 2 Queen Beds, City View

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Cozy Room with Balcony

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Queen Room with Two Queen Beds, City View

Queen 2 | Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Deluxe Room, Balcony

Queen 2 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Blue Moon Boutique Hotel

Everyone (5) Couples (10) Business (7) Family (8) Friends (5) Other (3)
4

lower east side hidden gem

Everyone

Blue Moon Hotel was our first time to stay on the Lower East Side. Convenient to metro stops, Little Italy, China Town etc. Easy to get around. Hotel was neat, clean , and room spacious. Only downside was there was no coffee available in room or anywhere. Also no cups or glasses in room. Coffee shop in lobby but it wasn't open one day.

By on Dec 17, 2016

5

clean, kind people, good commodities

Everyone

They treat me kind. I loved the room, it was clean, they provided a towel, shampoo, soap. Breakfast was not included.

By , from new york on Nov 20, 2016

2
Everyone

rude hotel staff and cafe staff. mixed facility. some hotel rooms were converted into multiple bed hostel rooms. mexican kitchen staff is a pervert and tried to come on to me. not recommended for single female traveller. the people employed at the facility are undocumented immigrants and low income / low class / low education

By on Sep 30, 2016

2

had to fight to keep a bed i could sleep on

Everyone

Staff were lovely. My reservation was messed up and they wanted to put 75 year old me in a room with five others of mixed genders. I complained and was promised an upgrade to a 3 bed room. That worked for the first night. Came back after breakfast to find that one of the beds had boldeen removed and they were putting together a bunk bed. I complained and was told that my bed, too, would be removed for bunk beds. I said, no way - can't sleep in one of those (short mattress and have to duck down to get into it). They finally agreed to leave my bed alone for the second night.

By , from Las Vegas on Aug 12, 2016

4

perfect beautiful hotel.

Everyone

P7th floor perfect room. Elevator broken so made terrible 7 floor walk but room worth it.

By , from ny on Feb 22, 2016

5

love this hotel

Families

Very comfortable for 6 people. Very pretty room and the housekeeping staff did an amazing job each day.

By on Jan 16, 2016

3

girls trip in the city

GetawayWithFriends

We stayed in the Fannie Brice room in the Blue Moon hotel. It was an excellent room for a group of 6 with 1 king bed and 4 singles. Front desk staff presents as disinterested most times and breakfast was nothing to write home about but the hotel is clean and in a great location. We will stay there again.

By on Sep 30, 2015

5

very helpful and nice!

Families

Was a lovely hotel. The staff were wonderful. Very helpful and accommodating. They helped us with restaurant recommendations, directions, and were very pleasant and nice. The hotel was located just two blocks from the subway and located in a very nice area with lots of food options.

By on May 19, 2015

4

great nyc find

BusinessTravelers

The staff of 2 at the hotel was awesome. Very attentive and caring. Less populated location but you feel very secure there given their procedure with the room key access. The rooms are old fashion but very clean and comfortable enough. Very good value for the cost.

By on Apr 9, 2015

4

priced right, nice staff

Couples

This is not a luxury hotel with a wide list of amenities. It is an affordable small hotel (an old building that was rehabbed into a hotel) on the Lower east Side near SoHo, which is where we wanted to stay. The staff was extremely nice and helpful. Let me repeat that. They were extremely nice. Also, they have a parking deal a few blocks from hotel that is very reasonable for NYC.

By on Dec 4, 2014