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Booked 4 nights for a conference, and was immediately upgraded to a suite at no charge. Space was great, staff was friendly and accommodating. Only issue we had was that one of the showers barely got warm (the other worked fine), but it was a...More
While you may not have much space, the rooms are simply and well designed. Sadly for me no kettle in the room for tea, but a shared terrace and coffee/tea station on the rooftop made up for it. The area is hip and there are...More
Stayed in Lower East Side for girls weekend trip. The Sago Hotel was super cute, comfy and conveniently located close to the subway, restaurants and bars. Matthew was extremely hospitable checking us in, offering us a free upgrade to a suite. They also serve wine...More
Great location near the Subway, close to lots of bars and restaurants. Matthew who is in charge of Guest Relations is great, he was really helpful and attentive. Will recommend and hopefully come back! Great view from the room
The Sago is just beautiful. The room we stayed in was large and airy with everything you could need, including a fridge and coffee maker. Our view was quaint, not skyline but nice enough. The view from the roof terrace was breathtaking and the space...More
Straddling the bridge between New York’s thriving immigrant past and its modern transformation into a beacon of global art and culture, the Lower East Side is one of the most dynamic neighbourhoods in the city. The blocks of tenements that represented the promise and blight of the Lower East Side immigrant experience now command top dollar for new residents. Right next to old-world delis, 24-hour bodegas, and the garment
shops of Orchard Street, you’ll find hip clubs, fashionable bistros, and luxury hotels beckoning at all hours of the evening. If you love nightlife and live music, it’s hard to beat the scene here.