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How to Find the Best Hotels in East Village - Lower East Side, New York

The East Village and the Lower East Side sit side by side in eastern Manhattan, each with its very own distinct personality. Now comprised of two separate neighborhoods, they still have a lively diverse scene that was once home to immigrants, artists and a colorful counter culture scene. These days, nice brownstones overlook the cleaned up Tompkins Square Park in the East Village while designer boutiques and trendy cafes line the side streets of the Lower East Side. Younger couples and friends will get the most out of the vibrant scene around the hotels in East Village and Lower East Side, New York. At, guests don't have to look hard to find the best locations. They can find them easily by searching many different locations and price ranges as well as by getting great advice from real guest reviews.

What's East Village - Lower East Side, New York Like?

Once the center of New York's punk scene, the East Village is now a popular hangout for NYU students and young professionals, full of trendy restaurants and cheap bars. St. Marks Place is a popular stop for cheap eats and alternative style shops. Along with the eclectic local scene at Tompkins Square Park, there is a lovely park spanning the East River. On the south end is the Lower East Side with renovated tenement buildings, independent boutiques, and chic cafes and bars. Orchard Street is a great place to explore the local scene and The Lower East Side Tenement Museum gives a fascinating look into the neighborhood's history. Hotels in East Village - Lower East Side, New York capture the uniqueness of this area offering a good base from where to start an exciting trip.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in New York

Some of the local immigrant communities reside in this part of Manhattan, bringing with them their cuisine, including Spanish, Caribbean and Ukrainian. There are really no direct subway stops connecting the neighborhood's two halves so renting a city bike at a local station might be a good option. Since residents pay good money to live here, there are now strict loitering rules outside the many clubs and bars. New Yorkers are busy but friendly people, and they'll always be happy to lend a helping hand. Visit and find out more about hotels in East Village - Lower East Side, New York. With the best locations, latest savings and popular reviews by real guests, guests will be ready to take on this exciting part of New York.

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