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Centrally-located hotel a walking distance from Chinatown, with complimentary WiFi and flat-screen TV
For those who want to explore the vibrant, artistic side of New York, The Gatsby Hotel may be a great choice. Its location between Lower East Side and Nolita-SoHo allows guests to walk to many attractions, including Chinatown and Little Italy, as well as conveniently get to landmarks like Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty with other modes of transportation. In the evening, guests can relax in their comfortable, modern rooms and watch movies and shows on a flat-screen TV with premium cable channels.
If you were a German, Irish, Polish, or Jewish immigrant coming to America in pursuit of a better life in the 19th or early 20th century, odds were good that you’d wind up sharing space in an overcrowded tenement building on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The neighborhood—one of the city’s oldest—was a refuge for New York’s newest and poorest residents for generations. You can learn more at the Tenement Museum, located in a five-story brick building that once housed some 7,000 working-class immigrants.
In recent years, the Lower East Side’s identity as a welcome mat for newcomers has shifted as gentrification began to reshape the neighborhood. Pushcarts and rundown storefronts have given way to trendy boutiques along Orchard Street and a chic "restaurant row" on Clinton Street. What’s more, the relocation of the New Museum has attracted a slew of contemporary-art galleries. Some of the old mainstays have stuck around, though, including Katz’s Delicatessen and Russ & Daughters, which has been selling premium smoked fish, bagels, and other specialty foods since 1914.
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