Rare spot in the Lower East Side
The hotel has a modern, slightly industrial feel with cement ceilings and exposed beams, which I liked. The bathroom is similar to recently updated Hyatts but the living/sleeping space is much more trendy. I liked the floor to ceiling windows and the light fixtures. Our king suite has a great little sitting area, too. The most important thing was that the location cannot be beat. We didn't take a taxi once! There are lots of great bars, restaurants and clubs in the area but the subway stop nearby makes everything easy.
The walls don't seem very well insulated. We were woken up at 3:30am by our rowdy neighbors opening and shutting their door and talking.
Stunning penthouse. Recommended for absolutely amazing views and parties.
At times, tough to get ice up to the room as there are two elevators to the area - sometimes one could not hear the knocking. Solution, Keep the doors open so that they can walk in without difficulty.
The staff, food, vibe, smell, and the help
In the heart of New York City’s Lower East Side lies luxury amid haute minimalism, SIXTY LES, carries the artful spirit of the city through its every suite, space and dining venue, from an Andy Warhol filmstrip pool to Lee Friedlander-made glowing headboards to bespoke Jim Walrod interior design elements.
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