This boutique property is in lower Manhattan's Little Italy, around the corner from Chinatown
There is a rooftop lounge with views of the city -- from the World Trade Center to the Empire State Building
SoHo shopping, Lower East Side nightlife and Nolita restaurantsare all within walking distance of the hotel
Grand Street subway station is a few minutes' walk away -- trains to the Empire State Building and Times Square take less than 15 minutes
JFK Airport is 20 minutes' drive from the hotel or around an hour by subway.
"Welcome to Little Italy," proclaims the sign around the corner from the NobleDEN Hotel. Tucked between historic red brick buildings, this boutique property offers modern comforts amid the old-school neighborhood charm of lower Manhattan's Little Italy -- an area once known for its large population of Italian Americans and the place where director Martin Scorsese grew up.
The hotel is well-placed for sampling the many shops, bars and restaurants in the trendy areas of SoHo, NoHo and Nolita. Dim sum and dumplings are just around the corner in Chinatown, while the lively nightlife and iconic restaurants (such as Katz's Deli and Russ & Daughters) of the Lower East Side are a five-minute walk away.
The nearest subway station is at Grand Street, a few minutes' walk from the hotel. From there, you can take the train to the Empire State Building and iconic department store Macy's in less than 15 minutes, or head for the bright lights and theaters in Times Square -- a 10-minute subway ride away.
Guests can take in some impressive views of the city from the hotel's rooftop lounge. Standard King rooms are an average size by New York City standards (195-210 square feet), feature floor-to-ceiling windows, rainfall showers (sinks are outside the bathroom for extra access) and Wi-Fi is complimentary.