Lower East Side
Sago is a minimalist, industrial chic hotel located in New York's Lower East Side. The hotel's design reflects simplistic, yet industrial styles and encompasses the mechanical and rustic elements of the neighbourhood's industrial history.
The hotel has just 20 guest rooms over 10 floors which come with individual climate control, a flat screen LCD television and a private bathroom. Some units include soaking tubs, exposed cinderblock walls, and/or a balcony. The penthouse features a patio with panoramic views of Manhattan and a wine cooler that can be pre-stocked to guest's specifications.
The hotel's basement is home to The John Lamb, a restaurant that serves locally grown produce. 24-hour front desk.
• 20 rooms
• Hotel opened: January 2016
• Architecture: Grzywinski + Pons
• Bathroom amenities: Gilchrist & Soames
Private parking nearby (charged).
• Little Italy: 600 metres
• Brooklyn Bridge: 1.7 km
• Ground Zero: 2.1 km
• LaGuardia Airport: 12 km
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