Coolest New Hostels

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Bowery House, New York City

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In the 1940s, soldiers temporarily lived in the single-room cabins at this loft-style property—and its hip new incarnation preserves historic details such as original bedframes. Another nod to its past: keys shaped like dog tags. The largest group room sleeps 12 people (on twin-size bunk beds), while the Prince Room is outfitted with a queen bed, a full dresser, and a flat-screen TV. Red Flower products, heated floors, and rain showerheads are not the trappings of your average hostel bathrooms. And the in-house restaurant, Pearl & Ash, is equally sophisticated, serving duck confit with red cabbage and celery, and veal cheeks with forbidden rice, daikon, and dill.

theboweryhouse.com

—Brooke Porter

Coolest New Hostels

Bowery House, New York City

In the 1940s, soldiers temporarily lived in the single-room cabins at this loft-style property—and its hip new incarnation preserves historic details such as original bedframes. Another nod to its past: keys shaped like dog tags. The largest group room sleeps 12 people (on twin-size bunk beds), while the Prince Room is outfitted with a queen bed, a full dresser, and a flat-screen TV. Red Flower products, heated floors, and rain showerheads are not the trappings of your average hostel bathrooms. And the in-house restaurant, Pearl & Ash, is equally sophisticated, serving duck confit with red cabbage and celery, and veal cheeks with forbidden rice, daikon, and dill.

theboweryhouse.com

—Brooke Porter

Courtesy of The Bowery House
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