Soho Grand Hotel
What We Love
- The bars here are among the hottest in Soho and are filled with its beautiful denizens
- Super pet-friendly at no additional cost
- Small but well-stocked gym with cardio machines and free weights
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- It’s a jaunt on the subway or in a taxi to get uptown to Broadway shows, Museum Mile or business meetings in Midtown
- Guestrooms are small but stunning
- The best tables often go to the celebs and models (all the better for people watching)
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Industrial-chic Soho institution with some of the neighborhood’s best bars
The hotel proudly wears Soho’s heritage on its sleeve. Industrial-chic public spaces by William Sofield channel the nabe’s warehouses and streets with cast iron beams, sidewalk-like concrete floors, and masonry columns. An enormous black-and-white architectural drawing crowns a glass-bottle and concrete staircase leading from the lobby to the second-floor check-in lounge, which features cast iron dogs, turquoise leather furniture, and silver-leaf ceilings that add a touch of quirky glamour. Nailhead- and leather-trimmed headboards, campaign-style dressers, monogrammed shams and plaid upholstery lend a modern dandy look to the guest rooms. Check in early to snag a room on as high a floor as possible for inspiring views uptown, where the Empire State and Chrysler buildings shine in the distance. Knowledgeable concierges can hook you up with hard-to-get reservations at the area’s top restaurants, connect you to a personal shopper, or make spot-on bar recommendations. But here’s the thing: they might tell you to just turn around and head back up to one of the hotel’s three bars, still some of the hottest spots in the neighborhood. For a sophisticated bite, try the Club Room’s American cuisine (with just a hint of French flair) served beneath Terry O’Neill’s iconic photos of 1960s New York. Then enjoy a fireside digestif at the intimate Parlor or join the scenesters at the living room-esque Salon. On weekends, it’s all about the Grand Bar, which always has a rotating cast of great DJs.
In the Area
Take a break from the haute life with an old-school burger and beer at Fanelli Café, or join the fashion types cozying up over budget boho fare at The Smile. Spend an afternoon developing your palate at one of New York Vintners’ two-hour wine classes, hosted by five knowledgeable instructors and an in-house executive chef. Exercise the plastic with trips to famous boutiques like the legendary Opening Ceremony or vintage emporium What Goes Around Comes Around.
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What a wonderful boutique hotel in Soho with the most wonderful staff. It is so stylish , so different, so boutique ! No where else like it for sure ! Club Room Jazz nights are amazing ! Check out the whisky menu!
I am writing because I am highly impressed with the management at the Soho Grand (especially Delmarques). They went above and beyond our expectations and we will definitely be returning because of the team at the Soho Grand.
The door staff is also worth mentioning as they were extremely helpful and good fun to chat with.
Great bar. It gets very crowded at night which makes for a fun ambience. The bartenders were on point and very nice.
It's a great location which is easily accessible.
The hotel is not surprisingly in SoHo which is a relatively undiscovered piece of NYC for may tourists . The SoHo bar fills with beautiful but earnest people from about 10pm and the music makes it hard to hear if you want a conversation.
The rooms are an OK size and the suites worth paying the extra if you are staying for any length of time.
Great breakfast at $25.
Walking distance of 2/3 Subway station Ground Zero and of course south Broadway .