Pod sweet pod. Sounds like a destination for body-snatchers, but is actually ultra-modern take on budget lodging. Landmark 1919 Allerton sporting tiny rooms with stylish, smart design: dressers tuc... read more
SRO remixed. Former Prince Hotel restored with clever design, appreciation for its 1940s returning-soldier incarnation. Dog tag door keys open tiny cabins which look junkie-friendly, except for muc... read more
Screw the kennel, faithful friends are welcome at budget hotel out Queensboro Plaza way. Sweet views back to Manhattan, red-framed balconies for taking them in. Café and bar on the gro... read more
Semi-private rooms for the traveler on a budget. Contemporary, relatively modern decor, clean rooms and shared bathrooms that are cleaned very regularly. Common area has tables and chairs of the bl... read more
Sleep like a real Bushwick hipster with way too many roommates at this industrial-chic hostel. Crazy cheap prices, although maybe not so hard to believe when you consider you're bedding down with u... read more
Former single-room-occupancy dive done up by guys behind Bowery and Maritime hotels. Rooms resemble ship cabins—most are 50 square feet. But size can be deceptive, as these berths come with p... read more
Originally designed for a Chinatown clientele, but reasonable rates have drawn in broader array of guests. Friendly staff speaks German and Spanish, on top of Chinese (and English). Gets a share of... read more
Somewhat random location actually super-convenient for both Park Slope and Cobble Hill. Near a buttload of BK attractions, from Junior's to Smith Street to the Gowanus to the west side of the Slope... read more
Pod sweet pod. Sounds like a destination for body-snatchers, but is actually ultra-modern reworking of the old Pickwick Arms. Tiny rooms with stylish, smart design: dressers tucked under mattresses... read more
Spend the night on the same block as "The Leaning Brownstone." Industrial stretch where everything seems to be sinking is actually central to Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, and the R. Good availabili... read more
Swag could be tossed from your conference at Javits to the front door of this simple, clean-enough hotel. Perfect crash pad after a long day of pushing product, smiling through clenched teeth and t... read more
Low rates rock antipodal take on THOR. Neighbors include Freemans, Loreley, and The Box, so no need to ever leave stumbling range. Suites are clean and not too tight, limited but genial service. Sh... read more
For full immersion in New York living, install yourself in this unassuming inn, tucked away on a leafy Brooklyn side street. The basement two-bedroom suite is the best way to go, with its own bathr... read more
If Warhol's Factory ran a hotel. Starck design, pop murals, swirling fun. Pretend you're going to one of the multiple art galleries located within when you're really on a beeline for the model-only... read more
Puts the B&B into Alphabet City. Actually, hold that second B—caffeine is as close as you'll come to breakfast. The place is clean, quirky, and boasts ethnically themed rooms like the Mex... read more
Represent uptown! Coolest city hostel works hard to keep you busy for less than forty bones: breakfast, towels, coffee bar, barbecues, outside terraces, Yankee games, walking tours, and hard bebop.... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...