WHEN A METEORIC RESURGENCE MEETS THE EUPHORIC GUEST EXPERIENCE

By, L. Charm Tenenbaum

What happens to a restored 1879 Tenement in the heart of The Historic Lower East Side of Manhattan as a labor of love, sweat and artful design in order to present beauteous guestrooms from Quintessentials to Pied-A-Terres? The unmatched elegance and detail that is The Historic Blue Moon Hotel is what happens.

Offering upscale time travel from the moment one walks through the door. Randy Settenbrino, The Historic Blue Moon Hotel’s Artist and Developer is the restored Tenement’s ‘gift that keeps on giving’, having paid homage to the artifacts that aged well with Settenbrino’s ‘purpose to repurpose’ them. And what such artifacts wrought: Wrought Iron interposed into balconies; ‘the none-too-discreet’ charm of the elevator, and the fireplace mantles holding court at the entryway to the elevator as a feature on every floor; Depression-era Collages showcasing sporting events, report cards from schoolchildren, product advertisements, etc.-all have pride in place via restoration where their old home was lovingly transformed into their new home.

The Historic Blue Moon Hotel, ode to the jazz age as the hotel for the arts, is worthy of any and all airs from all frontiers. It’s the lair with flair. The

Guestrooms: Quintessential Kings with Balcony, featuring King Bed, Queen Sofa within 500-700 square feet, sweeter than the usual ‘pie in the sky’;

Luxury Jr. Suite With Balcony, offers King Bed, Queen Sofa, and 420-675 square feet of ‘living’ space (Note: Some of The Luxury Accommodations mentioned above, feature hydromassage baths.) The Deluxe Double Queen With Balcony guestroom has 350 square feet, as does the Deluxe King Guestroom. The Pied-a-Terre with Shared Balcony offers a King Bed at 300 square feet; as does the Pied-a-Terre.

Amenities at The Historic Blue Moon Hotel include Free Wifi; Large Screen

Televisions with Premium Channels; Keurig Coffeemakers; Kitchenettes featuring dishes, beverageware, cookware and utensils. There is 24/7 Front Desk, Cashless Payments and Contactless Check-In/Check-Out. For Honored Guests: Offered in the lobby, a, ‘Grab and Go’ Breakfast (Juice, Bagel/Cream Cheese/Butter, pastry.) each morning. Also in the Hotel’s lobby, don’t forget to peruse the selection of snack items to tempt every taste i.e. Italian Sodas, Pastries, Godiva Chocolates, including nostalgic treats such as Cracker Jacks.

The Historic Blue Moon Hotel is pleased to announce Sweet Dreams Bakery/Cafe is now ensconced at the Hotel, offering a selection of delights, along with famous Lavazza Coffee for all the Espresso and Cappuccino aficionados. Settembrini Trattoria is in the works, soon to tempt palates with a variety of Italian culinary specialties this side of Rome.

The Historic Blue Moon Hotel, an award-winning public lodge, offers privacy nonpareil as well as event space for private functions. Now enshrined within the hallowed commemorative honoraria of The Historic Hotels of America, The Historic Blue Moon Hotel, 100 Orchard Street, between Broome and Delancey, befits a locale as historic as Olde New York itself. Want to see what all the fuss is about? Come stay for yourself.

Best wishes,

Randy Settenbrino

Artist & Developer

The Historic Blue Moon Hotel

100 Orchard Street

New York NY 10002

(646) 334-1603

www.bluemoon-nyc.com

Blue Moon Hotel Ltd
info@bluemoon-nyc.com
+1-646-787-5503
100 Orchard Street

United States

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