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Soho, New York, New York

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Soho

Studio King room

New York City

Deluxe King room

New York City

Soho Queen room

One of Manhattan's most sought-after luxury hotels

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A swanky stay at the iconic first luxury hotel in downtown Manhattan's stylish Soho neighborhood

Rooms

Designed by Bill Sofield, all 353 accommodations showcase custom furnishings, high-end fixtures, weathered accents that pay homage to Soho’s industrial past (think machinist-style tables and concrete ceilings) and modern amenities. Artworks from Howard Greenberg Gallery adorn the walls, and Frette linens of pure Egyptian cotton dress the beds. The palette emphasizes taupe, champagne and chocolate hues.

Soho Queen rooms are located on floors four through 15. Each comes with a leather desk chair by Eileen Gray at a copper-penny desk with a cement lamp, plus a walnut dresser that evokes a vintage travel trunk. Overlooking the city, Deluxe King rooms are 240 square feet and contain goose-down seersucker duvets and bronzed-leather headboards. Studio King rooms, measuring 300 square feet, include an inset closet in the deluxe bathroom and upgrade your desk to a particularly business-friendly one with a glass top.

Amenities

- Pillow-top mattress
- 100% Egyptian-cotton towels
- Down comforter and pillows
- Gourmet minibar
- Samsung flat-screen Smart TV
- DVD player
- Tivoli sound system
- Personal safe
- Ironing board and iron
- Frette bathrobes
- C.O. Bigelow bath amenities
- Hair dryer
- Tivoli clock radio with Bluetooth
- Wire-glass mirror
- Wi-Fi
- Choice of daily newspaper
- Local phone calls
- Preloaded iPod, iPad or MacBook laptop (upon request)
- Pet goldfish (upon request)
- In-room dining (fees apply)

Dining

Choose between four lovely dining outlets: Grand Bar & Lounge, Club Room, The Salon and Gilligan’s. The first serves breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, dinner and late-night bites to tables flanked by leather banquettes and leather stools at a marble-top oak bar; you may also come for creative craft cocktails, conceptualized by the sought-after mixology duo behind Death + Company speakeasy. The second restaurant also opens from morning till late night and has an effortless glamour about it, with vaulted ceilings, silk velvet drapes and views of West Broadway.

Club Room is a guests-only dinner destination with a fireplace and Terry O’Neill artwork, opening at 10pm from Wednesday to Saturday. Finally, Gilligan’s, opening seasonally, has popped up annually since 2013 and offers pizzas from a stone oven, tropical drinks and – at the designated oyster bar – dishes of Long Island seafood. It was created by Nick Hatsatouris and Lincoln Pilcher, the Australian team behind Moby’s in the Hamptons.

Location

The hotel is prettily perched on West Broadway. Here, you’re right in the thick of the buzzing downtown scene, surrounded by chic boutiques, shops and restaurants. Some of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods – TriBeca, Little Italy, Chinatown, the Lower East Side, Nolita, the East and West villages – are within walking distance, and if you feel like venturing further afield (to Midtown, the World Trade Center memorial or the outer boroughs, perhaps?), there are plenty of public transportation options nearby – not to mention those famous yellow taxis.

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We like

  • Getting a taste of the real New York at the first-ever luxury hotel to grace its hip downtown
  • Keeping your eyes peeled for stars – this sought-after hotel is a celeb magnet
  • Admiring the impressive design, which blends 1970s Soho grit with Gilded Age glamour

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