Set on a quaint cobblestone street, the Crosby Street Hotel is as sophisticated as it is stylish. Every inch of the property has been designed with an exceptional attention to detail, from its lobby through to its suites. It’s a suitable choice for guests who desire a resplendent backdrop for their trip.
The SIXTY SoHo features sleek, contemporary interiors, complete with a chic, garden-style rooftop bar overlooking the Empire State Building. There’s also a romantic Italian restaurant downstairs, making it an attractive venue for couples.
The James New York
A summer classic with its fantastic Manhattan views and a rad rooftop bar, The James New York is a solid luxury option with a modern design. It features two fashionable bars and is home to the renowned David Burke Kitchen.
The Broome NYC
Boutique Hotel, Hotel
With just 14 rooms, The Broome NYC is the place to be for a more private getaway. A vibrant, Moroccan-tiled courtyard and a complimentary, farm-to-table breakfast are almost at odds with the noisy city background, offering a quiet oasis for the weary traveler.
Occupying a red-brick, Romanesque landmark building, The Mercer houses 75 spacious, loft-like rooms and suites. The kitchen, headed up by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, provides 24-hour room service.
The Solita Soho Hotel
This low-key hotel offers an excellent location for an affordable price. While The Solita Soho Hotel may not be laden with amenities, the staff more than make up for it with friendly service.
This niche hotel offers something unique for the socially conscious traveler: it donates a portion of the room rate to the non-profit social-action platform Global Citizen. The minimalistic design of 11 Howard reinforces its eco-friendly mission.
Soho Grand Hotel
Boutique Hotel, Hotel
The Soho Grand Hotel holds the distinction of being Manhattan’s first downtown boutique hotel. Its classy charm and timeless appeal are reflected in the artistic interiors, along with a chic outdoor restaurant. Located near numerous art venues, the hotel is perfect for culture lovers who want to explore the city’s unique offerings.
Located near the Hudson River, Hotel Hugo’s sleek, sharp architecture by Marcello Pozzi is worth a visit for design lovers. A modern newcomer to the Soho scene, this urban bolthole is topped by two rooftop bars with spectacular views – a casual Cuban bar and a swanky lounge – plus a farm-to-table affair at Café Hugo.