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Soho Grand Hotel
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 ... more...
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