This was so cool!!!! Great service, extremely easy to use, and totally affordable! I didn't know where I'd leave my luggage while we explored San Fran, so I easily Googled luggage storage and found this company. At first it was a little odd drop...
Can’t believe I haven’t used this service until now. So easy & convenient. I 100% recommend.
Ching Yuan Y.
Bounce is the best luggage storage service provider in the New York. I sent an email at midnight , and I got an email back in 10 mins. They are not only solve my issue but also provide solutions. You have to try Bounce !!
I used Bounce during a recent trip to NYC, and I was pleasantly surprised at the ease and convenience of the process. To be honest, at first, I was very apprehensive. The thought of leaving your stuff at a random store, in a place where you are ...
Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check.
Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!
Fantastic experience with Bounce! Stored a bag at the Grand Central location and on my last day at the 9/11 Memorial location. Both locations had friendly, efficient staff that were helpful and made everything very easy. Such a great option if y...
How it works
Find the location closest to you - we have locations all around the city.
Drop off items
Head to the store and show your booking receipt and you're good to go.
Enjoy the city
Go about your day without lugging around your things. Live Life Light!
The Lower East Side (LES) is boxed in by the Bowery, East Houston Street, the East River, and Canal Street. Germans, Italians, and Eastern-European Jewish immigrants settled into the area in the mid-19th through early-20th centuries, mostly living in slums and tiny tenements. Later immigrants included populations from Asia, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic. Local flair and 21st-century gentrification have made the LES one of the most in-demand neighborhoods in New York City. Fun fact: Historically, the Lower East Side was a prime gateway neighborhood for newcomers to the United States due to its heavy concentration of garment jobs and flexibility for multi-family houses.
Things to Do on the Lower East Side
The Lower East Side is a Manhattan hotspot rich with prime shopping, dining, and nightlife options. There are also a number of places at which you can explore diverse cultural experiences. Bounce suggests the following things to do on the Lower East Side:
Walk through the galleries and exhibitions at the New Museum, one of the world’s leading destinations for international contemporary art
Dine at the neighborhood’s best restaurants such as Wildair, Dirty French, and Ivan Ramen
Book short-term storage for your things with Bounce so you can discover the ins and outs of this vibrant neighborhood with your hands free. From exploring cafes in the morning to shopping during the day to partying all night, the Lower East Side guarantees you a good time.