Award - Winning
Historical Hotel Reopens
on Orchard Street
As of September, Blue Moon Hotel NYC has announced
its resurgence as an Award Winning Stately Hotel.
After a 20-month Covid hiatus, the
Blue Moon Hotel NYC's reopening
as a stately hotel comes just as the
city reopens to international
The Blue Moon Hotel located on the Lower East Side was once home to
many immigrants who moved on, leaving personal belongings that are now
ingeniously displayed throughout the hotel.
The Blue Moon Hotel is filled
with original artifacts from
Guests as well as visitors to the Lower East Side have
referred to the hotel as NYC's hidden gem.
Blue Moon, a meritorious art project,
boasts 40 major articles and
prestigious awards and accolades via
National Geographic Traveler, NY
Magazine, Citysearch, and Rizzoli's
Best 100 Little Hotels.
The Blue Moon Hotel is housed in an 1879 building by famed
architect Julius Boekel, who designed the First German Baptist
Church in NYC.
The Blue Moon is the second oldest
building on Orchard Street, narrowly
beaten by the Tenement Museum,
which sits directly across the street.
Randy Settenbrino said "Blue Moon is an award winning, 5-year
art preservation and design project, transforming a 5 story
tenement into a stately 8-story hotel.
This will be great news for our guests, especially
those who love art and history, because the Blue
Moon Hotel NYC promises an experience that allows
guests from around the world the ability to
simultaneously lodge at our lovingly restored 1879
award-winning hotel while reveling in New York
"In a world that is becoming more and more homogenized..we
need more Blue Moon Hotel experiences.
Not only is it unique, but we are allowed to step
back in time..to touch and breath in an experience
of lives lived and lost-to imagine NYC in another
state altogether and through imagination to
become part to that experience." - Lori Mantrose
Contact Us At: http://www.bluemoon-nyc.com/