Top 5 places where to stay after The Revolution concert in the New York.

After a mind-blowing concert of unique The Revolution, we want to offer you a top of 5 places where you can stay over after the concert in New York.

1.Hyatt Union Square New York

Located in the heart of Union Square, the hotel is a creative urban space that blends high-tech design with natural elements and the invigorating atmosphere of NYC. The place offers chic guest rooms, lofts and suites, wonderful dining experiences, and an enthusiastic team to ensure all your expectations are exceeded.

2.The Hotel Albert

For decades, the hotel occupied a vibrant, iconic place in the cultural life of New York’s Greenwich Village. From its opening, the Albert was home, hotel, and hang-out for generations of artists, writers, poets, musician and just unexpected travelers and visitors of the New York City. Mark Twain lectured at the Albert, Crane wrote his poem “The Bridge” in the rooms of this hotel, Thomas Wolfe styled his fictional Hotel Leopold on the Albert. Jackson Pollack and Andy Warhol were the guests. Rocky Graziano ate in its French restaurant. The Mamas & The Papas wrote “California Dreaming” in the Albert Hotel. Today, the Albert is a flourishing cooperative of apartments. The story continues. But first, the hotel invites you to explore its remarkable backstory.

Experience everything your New York City vacation can be with expert service from St. Marks Hotel. With more than 25 years of experience, their friendly, professional staff offers a wide selection of newly renovated historic hotel rooms. With shopping, Broadway, the theater district, and museums, the hotel provides the quality hotel rooms you deserve at competitive prices you can afford. It is located off the FDR Drive in East Village of New York. Enjoy your stay when you book a room at our historic New York City hotel.

4.The Standard, East Village

Located off Cooper Square in one of New York’s most vibrant, artistic neighborhoods, The Standard, East Village is cozy, charming, and eccentric in equal measure—very much in the spirit of its surroundings. There’s a quiet, calm garden tucked away at street level and the bustling, street-side Café Standard, which hums from morning until late night. All rooms feature comfy beds, bluetoothItalian sheets, fluffy down pillows, big windows (most floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall), huge TVs, custom bath amenities, Bluetooth audio speakers, cozy bathrobes, XL bath towels, 6 a.m. – 2 a.m. room service, overstocked minibars, free Wi-Fi everywhere, pet-friendly.

5.East Huston Hotel

Privately owned and operated, Hotel East Houston offers relaxed friendly service, comfortable and stylish accommodations, and a selection of fine guest amenities at a reasonable price. Operating at the heart of bustling lower Manhattan, travelers can enjoy all that each surrounding neighborhood has to offer. Guests can explore the unique characteristics of the Lower East Side, Soho, East Village, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, and Chinatown, each vibrant with its own energy and dense with its unique offerings. The hotel’s construction introduces 6 floors of beautifully designed modern rooms to the general public.St. Marks Hotel

Check out other posts and find out the top of 5 places where to eat and where to go after The Revolution concert in the New York.