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The Bowery House


220 Bowery
New York, NY 10012
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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The Bowery House


(??.? miles from you)

220 Bowery
New York, NY 10012
United States


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Quirky Fun

Night Time Fun

Authentic Local Experience

Good Value

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Why You Should Go...

At The Bowery House, every detail of the remarkable 1940’s craftsmanship has been preserved and restored, providing historic accommodations to travelers from around the world. Part museum and part hotel, enjoy t

This loft-style property originally opened as The Prince Hotel in 1927. In the 1940's, the hotel was used as the temporary housing for soldiers returning home from World War II. Floors were rebuilt with single room cabins that were just large enough for a bed and storage of essential items. The bathrooms were made communal so that the hotel operators could maximize its occupancy and house as many soldiers as possible.

The Bowery begins where Third Avenue ends at Cooper Square and traverses downtown through the neighborhoods of NoHo, SoHo, Nolita, Lower East Side and Chinatown.

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Why You Should Go...

At The Bowery House, every detail of the remarkable 1940’s craftsmanship has been preserved and restored, providing historic accommodations to travelers from around the world. Part museum and part hotel, enjoy the living history that is The Bowery House.

This loft-style property originally opened as The Prince Hotel in 1927. In the 1940's, the hotel was used as the temporary housing for soldiers returning home from World War II. Floors were rebuilt with single room cabins that were just large enough for a bed and storage of essential items. The bathrooms were made communal so that the hotel operators could maximize its occupancy and house as many soldiers as possible.

The Bowery begins where Third Avenue ends at Cooper Square and traverses downtown through the neighborhoods of NoHo, SoHo, Nolita, Lower East Side and Chinatown.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Access: Public Transportation

Parking: Street

Available: Restaurant, Concessions, Wi-fi, Business Center

Extra Fun...

Fun Facts

In the 1940s through the 1990s, the Bowery was New York City's "Skid Row." Today, the neighborhood has maintained its authenticity and restored much of its historic architecture.

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Why You Should Go...

At The Bowery House, every detail of the remarkable 1940’s craftsmanship has been preserved and restored, providing historic accommodations to travelers from around the world. Part museum and part hotel, enjoy the living history that is The Bowery House.

This loft-style property originally opened as The Prince Hotel in 1927. In the 1940's, the hotel was used as the temporary housing for soldiers returning home from World War II. Floors were rebuilt with single room cabins that were just large enough for a bed and storage of essential items. The bathrooms were made communal so that the hotel operators could maximize its occupancy and house as many soldiers as possible.

The Bowery begins where Third Avenue ends at Cooper Square and traverses downtown through the neighborhoods of NoHo, SoHo, Nolita, Lower East Side and Chinatown.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Access: Public Transportation

Parking: Street

Available: Restaurant, Concessions, Wi-fi, Business Center

Extra Fun

Fun Facts

In the 1940s through the 1990s, the Bowery was New York City's "Skid Row." Today, the neighborhood has maintained its authenticity and restored much of its historic architecture.

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