NY Moore Hostel
Hostel, 6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
179 Moore Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206, USA
Enjoy a fully-renovated, spacious loft-style hostel, a perfect fit for any traveler’s New York visit. Situated in Brooklyn’s most artistic neighborhood, adorned with street art and murals by both local and international artists. The Hostel is surrounded by vibrant cafes, music venues, art galleries, bars, restaurants, nightlife, gyms, shops and stores to explore. The Hostel is a short walking distance from multiple Subway lines, with a quick 15 minute commute to Union Square in Manhattan and just a 5 minute ride from the heart of Williamsburg.
❝A lot of common areas where to meet new people and share info about the city. Very friendly staff. Wi-fi, coffee, tea and water always available for free. The graffitis are amazing and they give a very cosmopolitan atmosphere. Subway station is very close by. Some restaurants and cafes around. One of the best hostel I have ever stayed. Highly recommended.❞
❝Friendly staff! They have a map ready with recommendations of places to go nearby. Location is great, there are subway stations close by, 24h delis and organic markets for your grocery needs. There is a kitchen in the hostel which is very useful if don't want to eat out that much. Very quiet neighborhood, which makes it pleasant to sleep, and there are lots and lots of grafitti around, very interesting to just walk around and explore!❞
New York City NY
New York City comprises 5 boroughs sitting where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. At its core is Manhattan, a densely populated borough that’s among the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centers. Its iconic sites include skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and sprawling Central Park. Broadway theater is staged in neon-lit Times Square. The Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan to the borough of Brooklyn, where varied neighborhoods range from Williamsburg – a hotbed of indie music, art and nightlife – to beachfront Coney Island and its amusement parks. The borough of Queens has Flushing Meadows Corona Park, with its 12-story 1964 World's Fair globe sculpture, the Unisphere. The Bronx, NYC’s northernmost borough, is home to the landmark New York Botanical Garden and renowned Bronx Zoo. The Staten Island Ferry links Manhattan to NYC’s southernmost borough with views of the city skyline and Statue of Liberty.