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These are the best hotels in Nolita
Nolita is the northern tip of Little Italy, hence the name. It’s an abbreviation for “North of Little Italy”. This area is one of the most popular neighborhoods for visitors to New York, because with SoHo and Chinatown there two very different but equally worth seeing areas of the city in the immediate neighborhood.
In our best list you can quickly and easily compare the most beautiful hotels in Nolita, New York. You can also see at a glance if it’s a boutique hotel or design hotel – if you want to see more information and current prices, just click on the button “to the website”. Further down, you will find the most beautiful accommodations in Nolita on a map.
Hotels & Accommodations
Little Italy & Nolita
4 Stars | This stylish hotel is located just a two-minute walk from the Bowery subway station and a five-minute walk from New York’s legendary Little Italy. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and the friendly staff are on hand 24 hours a day and happy to assist.
Things to do in Nolita
There aren’t many of your classic touristic sights to see in Nolita. But the district itself can be considered a tourist attraction. That’s because many thousands of Italian immigrants brought their homeland with them to New York, and to this area specifically. Sit down in one of the many cafés and enjoy a little dolce vita in the middle of the Big Apple, and then take a stroll through SoHo and Chinatown!
Hotels close to Nolita
Nolita is tiny, so you should check out these adjacent neighborhoods if you want to find a hotel in the area. To the west is SoHo, and to the east is the Lower East Side. To the north borders the equally small neighborhood of NoHo. Want to stay close to Nolita, but not right in it? Then check out the hotels on these lists: