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I have stayed at the Sixty LES a few times and really love the size of the rooms, bu the "signature scent" they pies into the common areas is too much for me, and not great for people who have scent-triggered migraines. I've mentioned it...More
First, the rooms were larger than normal for New York in the whole hotel had a cool vibe. The whole staff was extremely helpful and attentive. They even helped us set up a little cocktail party up on the deck for my daughter’s 21st birthday....More
First, the staff of the whole hotel was great. Everyone from the front desk to the roof Tiki bar were extremely thoughtful and helpful. We had 2 rooms. Both were spacious and had a great modern vibe. If you can, the one bedroom suite is...More
SIXTY LES has the best location. Exploring the Lower East Side and Soho are easy and you're walking distance from many bars and restaurants. The hotel staff is as friendly as you can imagine and will go out of their way to accommodate you, your...More
Sixty LES is where to stay in style in NYC! The area is wonderful, and close to amazing nightlife and brunch locations, and it is very young. The bar in the hotel was great as well, it has a very upscale, bustling feel. The room...More
Stayed here few nights and then at the standard east side, this location is much better if you are a solo traveler or love young vibe around you, just behind the hotel two great streets full with bars and cafe, great local live music just...More
We loved Sixty LES. The neighborhood has amazing restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. You can walk to many different neighborhoods from here East Village, SOHO, China Town, West Village and even walked to South street Seaport. The room was very spacious especially for NYC standards....More
I am a little upset I did not know about this hotel prior to the beginning of the summer. It is absolutely beautiful and I love the roof top pool. I live for roof top pools especially in my very own city. The bartender Jordanny,...More
I stayed in this hotel with my teenage kids, and we all loved the room (a good size, comfortable beds), the overall funky feel of the place, and best of all the location. Lots of reasonably priced and interesting places to eat nearby, and we...More
I had a very long and exhausting day and didn't arrive to Sixty Les until about 3:00 AM. My reason for coming was to celebrate my girlfriends birthday which I thought was going to be a disaster when I found out I was having bank...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.