Ludlow Hotel

Ludlow Hotel

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180 Ludlow St., New York, NY 10002 | (212) 432-1818, United States
LES
Annie Schlechter Annie Schlechter
Price range
$$
Amenities
Free WiFi, Fitness center
Features
Great design, Modern style

Hotelier Sean MacPherson drew inspiration from 1980s New York for the Ludlow Hotel on the Lower East Side. Rooms feature design touches like fur throws and some have private terraces. The lobby bar is a see-and-be-seen destination and the restaurant, Dirty French, is one of the neighborhood's hot tables.

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