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The Nolitan Hotel in New York City

July 28, 2011 by

Nolitan, a new New York City hotel opening on August 1, 2011, is a home away from home while you, the guest, stays.
This hotel is situated at the corner of Kenmare and Elizabeth Streets. The Nolitan Hotel is the first luxury boutique hotel in Manhattan to open in the genuine New York City neighborhood of North of Little Italy.
The Nolitan Hotel combines lavish downtown living with extravagant boutique hotel services and amenities to create a distinct New York City experience. This New York City hotel offers accommodations and intuitive service with the comforts of home. The hotel is home to only 55 rooms, so each guest is sure to be cared for.

The Nolitan New York City Luxury Hotel is has a prime location in downtown Manhattan. It is within walking distance of many other New York City neighborhoods such as: SoHo, Tribeca, Little Italy, Chinatown, Greenwich Village, East Village, The Bowery, and New York City’s Lower East Side. From The Nolitan Hotel guests can easily find the way to Wall Street’s Financial District, the Times Square Theater District, Central Park and Midtown Manhattan.


The accommodations are stylish in design yet comfortable so guests feel at home. When you stay with The Nolitan Hotel, you’ll live life like a Nolitan. Further, their amenities are thoughtful and locally inspired. With eight different room types, they are sure to have the right room for all guests. Their luxury Neighborhood hotel rooms occupy the lower floors and most are available with balconies or wheelchair accessible features. The Cityscape rooms provide a higher vantage point and most are also available with balconies.


Amenities and services offered at The Nolitan Hotel include: plush-top Sealy mattress with custom pressure relief system, lightweight down comforter and pillows, 300 thread count sateen bed linens, 37” flat screen plasma TVs, open bathroom floor plan featuring rain shower, luxurious bath & body amenities by Red Flower, lighted make-up mirror, hair dryer, two plush bathrobes, slippers, iPod enabled stereo system with alarm by Vers, in-room gaming systems upon request (Wii, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360), latest issues of Vogue and GQ, modem data port, voicemail, electronic safe that can fit a laptop, individually controlled air conditioning, ceiling fan, affordable gourmet mini bar, 24-hour Concierge service, 24-hour laundry and dry cleaning services, 24-hour in-room dining, cribs and in-room babysitting services, express check-in| check-out, and We love T. A. I. L. S. Pet Program offering amenities for man’s best friend.


The Nolitan is home to ellabess, a seasonal American restaurant headed by highly praised chef Troy Unruh. Unruh offers guests an assortment of market fresh dishes, such as Peeky Toe Crab with Squash, Uni Butter, Cilantro, and Sesame Cracker; Roasted Lamb Sirloin with Black Cardamom and Baby Fennel; and Rhubarb Clafouti with Sweet Corn Ice Cream. Unruh’s menu is balanced by an assorted and considerate beer, wine, and cocktail list featuring a variety of traditional and modern drinks.
This 70-seat restaurant and lounge was designed by Grzywinski & Pons, and features two full walls of glass windows, showing off natural light all through the space and gives guests a chance to look out into the active Nolita neighborhood. Guests will also find custom-made oak tables and chairs, Austrian white oak floors, and a white Carrera marble bar.
The rooftop at Manhattan’s Nolitan Hotel is the ideal place for private events. The space is intimate and distinctive, for small social gatherings to private events.


The Nolitan Hotel is waiting for you. You need it, they’ve got it. You want it, come get it. Their services and amenities provide you with all the comforts of home and the luxury that makes staying in a boutique hotel in New York exceptional.



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