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The Redford Hotel (NYC) is a boutique hotel located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, on the famous Ludlow Street which was at the heart of the historic no-wave art movement. Today, there are numerous attractions for day visitors to enjoy, from diverse dining to live music venues.
Dining Options – Day guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to nearby restaurants. Italian fans can indulge themselves with red gravy and red meat at rustic restaurant Sauce, whilst carnivores who prefer a South American flavor can opt for Argentine steak house Balvanera. If you’re on a gluten-free diet, try Colors, founded by 9/11 survivors and now run as a non-profit, or if you prefer your fish raw there’s Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya. And that’s before we get to the Jewish, Thai, Malaysian, Mexican, and Greek options.
Live Music – If live performances are what get your pulse racing then head on over to the nearby Bowery Ballroom where top bands are hosted in a three-level venue. You can also see singer-songwriters and new artists at Rockwood Music Hall, a cosy venue with a nominal fee (and sometimes entry is free).
Shops Galore – Retail therapy is available in plentiful supply, with both the Fulton Center and One Penn Plaza within easy reach of the hotel. Whether just window shopping or getting souvenirs for family, friends, or yourself, there’s a great range to browse.
Iconic Architecture – Film and architecture buffs alike have plenty to admire, from the historic bridges connecting Manhattan to the rest of NYC, to the Flatiron Building, Empire State Building, and Chrysler Building. They’re all iconic sights and great for both cityscape vistas and photo opportunities.
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100% smoke-free hotel.