The Dominick Hotel
What We Love
- Exceptional views across Manhattan or the Hudson River from all floors
- Traditional Turkish and Moroccan bathing rituals in the tiled hammam
- Good for extended stays—the smallest rooms are a spacious 422 square feet
What To Know
- Location between two busy avenues is not the prettiest; Soho's shop-filled cobblestone streets are a five-minute walk away
- Mostly business travelers during the week
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Between two roaring avenues on the western edge of Soho, this towering hotel is the beauty queen on the block. Behind enormous glass doors, the lobby has an organic, textured look, with a full wall of angled wood pillars, polished stone floors, boulder-size light fixtures in metal cradles, and handsome leather armchairs with brass accents. Every detail, from the fresh orchid displays to the selection of art books to the quiet upstairs lounge, is in its well-considered and immaculately quaffed place. Guest rooms have that coveted New York amenity: space. Fendi Casa is behind the subtly masculine design that mixes charcoals, whites, and Merlot reds from carpet to studded-leather headboard. By far the best feature, however, is the floor-to-ceiling windows that frame corners of the cityscape rarely seen from this low-rise neighborhood. Bathrooms feel spa-like in striped marble and glass, with standalone showers, double vanities (in some) and lovely Bulgari amenities. All have deep tubs, and a special few are positioned below enormous picture windows so you can admire the city (and inevitably croon Jay-Z’s “Empire State of Mind”) as you soak. On the ground floor, just off the lobby, Spring & Varick restaurant serves modern twists on American cuisine in an upscale wooden dining room that works for both late night business diners and the buffet breakfast crowd; drinks are best had at the 60s-style cocktail bar, Mr. Jones. On the seventh floor, The Spa is a luxe spot (think private hammams and outdoor sunrise yoga) for rejuvenating treatments, facials, and more.
In the Area
Walk east on Spring Street and you’ll hit the heart of Soho’s shopping streets within three blocks. On West Broadway, get the London look at Brit high street favorites Reiss and French Connection, go upscale at DKNY, Ralph Lauren and Sandro, then stop for a strong coffee at Ground Support. Load up with a burger and fries at Lucky Strike, or head for tacos at La Esquina’s hidden brasserie or a sushi box at Blue Ribbon. After dark, join a hip crowd for cocktails at the Dutch, order fondue and mulled wine at Euro favorite Café Select, or head west toward the Hudson River and snag a seat and a Pimms Cup at Smith and Mills.
How to Get There
Great hotel- spectacular views from SoHi rooms , beautiful room & bathroom, exceptional spa facilities. perfect location for walking around Soho/West Village.
Very polite and helpful staff- Mohendra at the front desk took great care of us.
This was by far Literally "the worst hotel Experience" I had in my entire life. Long story short, night shift Manager is rude and actually shouted at me when I was speaking politely! Their security guys are rude too! I was accused of being a liar, insulted and humiliated- by being shouted at- in front of my friend, hotel staff, and other customers by the manager.
I spoke with higher management just requesting an apology from the same guys that insulted me, and they said: "we will try our best to ask them to apologies!" and no one did !!
The bottom line here: if and only if you would like to be mistreated, insulted, ...etc, while paying for a "5 Stars Hotel" This is the place to be.
My room is fabulous amazing views of the empire state and battery .east river and views of brooklyn The manager hector was so amazing He took care of all my needs as well as a support cast Mohendra halall was so incredibly detailed orientated .marlene jenny omg.all so great