Marriott opened the new 303-bedroom Moxy Lower East Side as the fourth Moxy hotel in New York City developed by Lightstone.
Located where the Lower East Side meets SoHo, Moxy Lower East Side is part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 extraordinary hotel brands including the experiential Moxy Hotels. Guests will discover a melting pot of the city’s cosmopolitanism on every floor, from the catwalk entrance on the corner of Bowery and Broome Street, to five new dining and drinking venues by Tao Group Hospitality.
The architecture and design of Moxy Lower East Side embody the neighborhood’s devotion to the pursuit of pleasure and innovation. Took inspiration from the Bowery’s history as a hub of entertainment — from the eye-dazzling Vauxhall Gardens and German Winter Garden of the 1800s, to the vaudeville theaters and burlesque houses of last century — while channeling the neighborhood’s present-day DNA and maintaining Moxy’s trademark whimsy.
Inspired by the circuses and old-time menageries that once lined the Bowery, the 303 bold, playful bedrooms range from 165-195 square-feet, including Kings, Executive Kings, Double Doubles, and Quads. Bathrooms feature rain showers with colored glass doors, lava stone sinks, and a mirror lined with Hollywood-style lighting — the perfect spot to get ready for action. In the hotel’s interior courtyard hangs a large, provocative work by English urban artist D*Face, acclaimed for his vivid, subversive murals inspired by the Pop Art movement.
The Factory Loft, a hospitality suite, is the ultimate spot for parties, events, meetings, and social gatherings. Named for Andy Warhol’s legendary Factory studio, the suite features double-height windows and a huge outdoor terrace.
Moxy Lower East Side’s five drinking and dining establishments were developed by Tao Group Hospitality, New York’s leading dining and nightlife operator, in partnership with Lightstone.
“New York City is experiencing a huge renaissance right now, with locals and visitors coming to experience the city in waves,” says Noah Tepperberg, Co-CEO of Tao Group Hospitality.
“With a sophisticated but approachable piano lounge, a pulsating subterranean club, a modern Japanese restaurant with a festive atmosphere, and a rooftop bar with a big glam factor, Moxy Lower East Side will be ready to rock.”
Moxy Lower East Side features over 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, becoming one of downtown’s most coveted destinations for events, social gatherings, and meetings. The hotel’s three flexible Meeting Studios feature versatile and modular furniture that can be easily reconfigured to transform the space into a lounge by night. The large studio offers a big communal table that can be used for co-working or closed off as a meeting room. Then at night, as the DJ spins and the lights dim, it becomes a place for socializing, with lounge seating and a fun dueling Ms. Pac-Man game table.
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