Cheap hotels in Hell's Kitchen, New York

The westernmost area of Midtown stretches from Eighth Avenue out to the Hudson River, bounded by 34th Street to the south and 59th Street to the north. Originally lush meadows that the Dutch had called "Bloemendael" (anglicized as "Bloomingdale"), the area's evocative name refers to its tumultuous history—through much of the 19th and 20th centuries—as a concrete jungle notorious for its crime, slaughterhouses, docks and tenements.

In the '50s the murderous "turf wars" raged on in the "West Side," even while the the musical they inspired ("West Side Story") snapped, sang and high-kicked a few blocks away. These days, many of the speakeasies that dominated in the Prohibition years have been replaced by chic eateries, and tenements have given way to luxury condos. But in the midst of this new glitz, Hell's Kitchen holds tight to some of its signature grit, as well it should—it's earned it.

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Econo Lodge Hotel Times Square, New York

Address 302 West 47th Street (Hell's Kitchen)

Perched on the edge of Hell's Kitchen, at 47th Street and 8th Avenue, the Econo Lodge Times Square certainly offers convenience.

8.1 Guest Rating

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Hotel 414, New York

Address 414 West 46 Street (Hell's Kitchen)

Stylish, cozy boutique hotels do exist in bustling, chain-hotel-dominated Midtown. The three-star Hotel 414 is one of them—and it's affordable, to boot.

8.5 Guest Rating

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$150

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Skyline Hotel, New York

Address 725 Tenth Avenue (Hell's Kitchen)

From the outside, the Skyline Hotel bears resemblance to a highway-side motor lodge. Inside, the atmosphere is unmistakably that of a big city hotel.

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$139

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YOTEL - Times Square, New York

Address 570 Tenth Avenue (Hell's Kitchen)

The sleek, uber-modern Yotel offers a highly unique "affordable luxury" option in Hell's Kitchen.

8.4 Guest Rating

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$149

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