Looking for a cheap, one-night hotel booking in New York? These three hotels offer convenient locations, well-kept rooms, and of course, easy-on-the-wallet prices. Whether your style is eclectic and vibrant, old-school and glamourous, or simple and modern, these hotels have everything you need for a brief stay in the Big Apple.
Just two blocks from the closest subway station, Hotel Vetiver offers beautiful, modern rooms with beautiful skyline views. This hotel is in an ideal location for the out of town traveler – it’s close to Manhattan, and just four blocks from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, which takes you right across the East River into Midtown. The rooms are spacious and feel luxurious, with hardwood floors and flat-screen TVs in the rooms. Free wifi, amazing balcony views, and a 24-hour beer and wine bar downstairs makes this a perfect place to stay for one night in the big city.
The Hudson Hotel is one of the best situated hotels in New York. They offer a prime spot just a few steps away from Central Park and Times Square and just five minutes from the nearest subway. It’s comfortable, modern rooms have an antiquated, olden glamour feel to them. Past visitors have called the hotel “quirky,” and it feels upscale without having upscale prices. The hotel features a rooftop terrace and the Hudson Bar, a cocktail bar and lounge that’s a popular spot to hang. It also has an in-house burger restaurant that’s renowned by visitors and residents alike. If you’re okay with having a somewhat small room during your short stay, the Hudson Hotel offers a rich, exclusively New York experience that makes a one-night stay a memorable one.
The Moxy Times Square offers a hotel experience that’s the most immersive you can get during a short stay. Located smack dab in the middle of Times Square, this hotel is unique and eclectic, offering a sort of otherworldly adventure along with your stay. The rooms are outfitted richly, with rain showers and plush bedding, but it’s the little quirks you’ll find along the way that make this hotel worth booking. Each room is small, but full of small surprises, and features free wifi and pet-friendly lodging. The Moxy hosts a bar and seafood restaurant, and a stunning view of the Empire State Building. Moxy’s website describes the overall vibe as “urban amusement park” – which feels fitting with the balloon lights, bright colors, and elephant light fixtures lining the halls. It’s certainly an experience worth checking out.