Soho Grand Hotel, New York City…Luxurytravelmagazin…By Jannifer Bar / New York / Tony Bar / New Orleans / Janbolat Khanat / Almaty
Located in stylish SoHo New York, the Soho Grand Hotel is one of the most sought-after boutique hotels New York City has to offer.
The Soho hotel, among the finest of New York luxury hotels, is located near all major Manhattan tourist attractions, including Times Square, Ground Zero, Empire State Building and Central Park.
Soho Grand is also steps from iconic downtown NYC neighborhoods such as TriBeCa, West Village, Meat-Packing District, Financial District, Chinatown, and Little Italy Perfect for a weekend getaway, the Soho Grand Hotel was designed by William Sofield in 1996 as one of the first boutique hotels in New York City.
Ideally situated for romantic getaways or an exciting New York City weekend, the Soho Grand is an unparalleled New York City vacation destination. Enjoy impeccably decorated guest rooms equipped with the latest technology, top-shelf cocktails and dining in the chic Grand Bar & Lounge, and 24-hour concierge and business services all in a chic downtown Manhattan location.
Visit our Special Offers page to book New York hotel packages, receive last minute New York hotel deals and New York discount hotel rates for your stay at the Soho Grand. Soho Grand Hotel’s 363 luxury New York hotel guest rooms are designed to combine the eclectic cool of hip downtown New York with the luxurious calm of an urban getaway.
With 16 stories, Soho Grand is one of the tallest structures in SoHo, allowing for unparalleled panoramic views of the city from all sides.
North facing guestrooms offer a glittering skyline view of midtown Manhattan and the Empire State building. South facing guestrooms look out onto the exclusive enclave of TriBeCa lofts and the Financial District. To the East, guests are privy to views of downtown New York spanning to the East River and the Manhattan Bridge.
And to the West, guests can take in views of the Hudson River and New Jersey and beyond. Meanwhile, the rooms’ neutral palette and natural materials of wood, clay, canvas, and leather, provide a seductive escape from the bustle of the street.
Guest rooms are fitted with the latest technology and provide maximum comfort for New York weekend getaways or business trips.
Soho Grand’s luxury NYC hotel rooms offer not only a closeness to the city’s atmosphere but also a needed escape from New York’s fast pace.
Corner King – One king bed with leather headboard, Italian Frette linens, silk spread, fleece throw. Corner room with large picture windows framing views in two directions. Floors 4-17. 275 square feet. Decor inspired by Arts & Crafts Movement, with end table resembling potter’s stand, desk in style of drafting table. Executive King – One king bed with leather headboard, Italian Frette linens, silk spread, fleece throw.
Faces west, with views of sunset, Hudson Square neighborhood. Fourth floor and up. 275 square feet. Decor inspired by Arts & Crafts Movement, with end table resembling potter’s stand, desk in style of drafting table. Grand King – One king bed with leather headboard,
Italian Frette linens, silk spread, fleece throw. Uptown or downtown views. Floors 4-17, away from elevators. 250 square feet. Decor inspired by Arts & Crafts Movement, with end table resembling potter’s stand, desk in style of drafting table. Superior Queen – One queen bed with leather headboard, Italian Frette linens, silk spread, fleece throw.
Floors 3-17. 225 square feet. Decor inspired by Arts & Crafts Movement, with end table resembling potter’s stand, desk in style of drafting table.
The hotel’s 24-hour fitness room opens to an outdoor terrace with teak patio furniture and neighborhood views. Bicycles are available for complimentary use during warmer months.
The hotel also offers passes to a health club 3 blocks away. Accessible 4 blocks from the hotel, the Hudson River Promenade begins at Battery Park and stretches all the way up to Harlem. It’s a popular choice for waterside walks and runs.
Greenwich Village/Soho/Tribeca – New York’s trendiest neighborhoods are favorites of the hip and sophisticated of all ages, who are drawn by the art galleries and unique shopping.
Many of the city’s best restaurants and liveliest nightspots are here. The historic townhouses of Greenwich Village and the cast-iron architecture in SoHo and Tribeca make for eye-pleasing strolls.
SoHo shopping and gallery district – 1 block Cast Iron Historic District – 1 block The Performing Garage (home theater of award-winning Wooster Group) – 2 blocks Little Italy – 5 blocks New Museum of Contemporary Art – 7 blocks Greenwich Village – 8 blocks Prada – 8 blocks Wall Street – 2 miles Midtown Manhattan – 3.5 miles Times Square Theater District – 3.5 miles Rockefeller Center – 3.5 miles Lincoln Center – 4.5 miles Central Park – 4.5 miles Metropolitan Museum of Art – 5 miles