The apartment was clean and fully equipped (sheets, towels, kitchenware). The owner was very cooperative and took care of all our needs. We had good advice about restaurants, laundry and whatever we were looking for in the area.
The apartment was centrally located to where I wanted to be. It was just steps from the East River. Apart from the location, the apartment was stunning. It was extremely clean, neat and very quiet. It was minutes away from grocery stores, deli’s and restaurants. We had a wonderful time in New York ...
My mom and I stayed there for 5 days. Everything was very well handled from the beginning, we even got a phone to use during our stay which saved us a few times. Very comfortable, clean and spacious. The mattresses were a little on the soft side, I prefer them harder. Would book again any time I'm ...
Great venue, staff and room. Loved the experience and the Hotel staff was very professional
Everything in room was brand new. Bed was very comfortable. Loved the brick wall in the room. So close to many restaurants and pubs. Very close to Beth Israel hospital which was the purpose of our stay.
As you would expect from a major city, New York is home to numerous interesting streets, communities and neighborhoods. East Village is situated 2 miles away from downtown New York.
New York's many star attractions include the Central Park, the Chrysler Building and Grand Central Terminal.
Attractions for travelers in and around East Village include Empire State Building, which is one of New York's most popular attractions.
There is a wide range of options if you like to stay that is only a short stroll from the Chrysler Building. Expedia's top picks include The St. Regis New York, Mandarin Oriental, New York, Trump International Hotel & Tower New York, The Plaza Hotel and The Lowell.
There are a lot of East Village places to base yourself within a short distance of the United Nations Headquarters, like the Loews Regency New York Hotel, Gramercy Park Hotel, Hotel Plaza Athenee, The Surrey and the Quin.
Be entertained at the St. Ann's Warehouse by the interesting selection of local exhibitions and music gigs, or let the creative juices flow and get involved in one of their art courses. After a big day exploring, stay at a quality hotel nearby. The Roxy Hotel Tribeca and The Standard East Village are two excellent options. Sit and relax on the grass and watch as the world goes by, frolic with the young ones and leisurely admire the tranquility of nature at Peter Cooper Park. The Refinery Hotel and Dream Downtown are a few of the most in-demand accommodation options to check out near here.
Those who would like to experience one of East Village's more premium hotels could investigate the Hyatt Union Square New York.
Nothing makes your stomach grumble like a busy day of sightseeing. Why not rest and recharge with a strong coffee or an indulgent dessert at the much-loved East Village pit-stop, C&B? After you've built up an appetite, Out East is a fantastic choice for dinner. There's no finer way to end your day than with a soothing drink at 7B.
Take a look at our New York hotels page for great places to stay in East Village and beyond. If you want to be inspired about things to see and do there, be sure to read our New York vacation travel guide.