Cheap hotels near Little Italy in New York, United States
You might feel as if you’ve just stepped into old Napoli as you walk the mostly cobblestone streets of Little Italy. The area centers around Mulberry and Mott Streets and runs from Spring Street to Canal in Lower Manhattan.
Turn-of-the-century tenement buildings line the streets, which are chockablock with brick oven pizzerias, Italian eateries (some good, some “tourist quality”), bakeries and souvenir shops.
The neighborhood is famous for its annual San Gennaro Festival in September. The festival originated in 1926 when immigrants from Naples, Italy gathered around Mott Street to celebrate “feast day” and to commemorate San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples.
For more information, plus a list of restaurants and shops in the area, visit the official Little Italy Web site.
Hotels near Little Italy: The hotels we list here are mostly located in the buzz-worthy neighborhoods of Soho & Tribeca and the Lower East Side.