Take a moment and reflect on the New York of 1980s when it was buzzing with tremendous art, punk rock scenes and early hip hop. Then translate that vivacity to a hotel situated on the Lower East Side. Put these two amazing elements together and what you get is nothing less but The Ludlow Hotel . This hotel is property of renowned New York hotel owners Sean MacPherson, Richard Born, and Ira Drukier. It’s distinctive design stimulates the neighborhood’s rich history – from the “Gangs of New York” phase to Jewish immigration as well as wild art and exceptional music scenes. Immediately you enter the lobby’s doors made of steel and glass you will be greeted by the stunning and alluring appearance. The lounge boasts of antique chandeliers and oak-paneled walls as well as craft cocktails with Parisian and New Orleans touch. The 184 rooms prides themselves of lofty industrial vibe harboring big casement windows, lavish bathrooms and furry throws on seats. Additionally, the eagerly awaited restaurant known as Dirty French by Major Food Group, which happens to be part of the hotel, will serve you with Gallic classics which has a sense of New York.