The Soho Grand, which pioneered the downtown hotel migration in 1996, is fresh from a revamp. The original designer, Bill Sofield, whose subtly sexy, sophisticated style is favored by Tom Ford, recently introduced new custom pieces to the elegant brown-and-beige guest rooms, including travel-trunk-inspired minibars and natty houndstooth tuxedo chairs. Bathrooms feature charming wallpaper by the late illustrator Saul Steinberg, whose work was a longtime staple of The New Yorker, and products by NYC's Malin+Goetz. The pet-friendly property welcomes cats and dogs of all sizes at no extra charge; endearingly, you can request a goldfish for the duration of your stay. Guests can also borrow vintage-inspired bicycles in the warmer months to explore the city; after your exertions, claim a lounger in the hotel's seasonal outdoor bar/eatery The Yard, or hole up with a cocktail by the fireplace in the Club Room, a glamorous year-round lounge. Rooms: 363.
|Venue name:||Soho Grand Hotel||Contact:|
310 West Broadway
|Cross street:||between Canal and Grand Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E, 1 to Canal St|
|Price:||$329–$759 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V|
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Average User Rating
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Industrial chic hotel. The room was a little lacking in modern convenience & Space but tastefully decorated. The bar was cooler, music bods, fashionistas & lots of dogs against a backdrop of finery, jade leather, shiny surfaces, drapes & lounge house music. One women claimed to fly her 5 dogs around with her everyone she went, as she lived between Puerto Rico, Geneva, NYC & london - wtf?!?