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SoHo Hotels

SoHo has become synonymous with upscale shopping, but it’s also an open-air museum of architectural landmarks that make up the Cast-Iron Historic District. SoHo’s best hotels are boutique properties that blend classic and contemporary, exemplified by the upscale Mercer, housed in a Romanesque revival building, and a perennial favorite among movie and rock stars, and the charming 60 Thompson, with an intimate rooftop bar. SoHo is also an ideal place to stay for exploring the rest of Downtown, as it lies near many neighborhoods, including TriBeCa, NoHo and Little Italy. Plus, SoHo is served by numerous subway lines, including the 6, A, C, E, N and R, so you can zip uptown in no time.

Cobblestone streets, historic architecture, sleek galleries and shops, shops and more shops define this trendy Downtown neighborhood. Accordingly, SoHo’s hotels skew towards boutique properties with scene-stealing nightlife and dining, like the James New York, which has a glam rooftop, the Jimmy, that serves potent cocktails. Looming over the neighborhood is the 46-story Trump SoHo. As one of SoHo’s tallest buildings, the airy rooms with picture window feature stunning, unobstructed 360-degree views. Also popular is the SoHo Grand, which was one of Manhattan’s first luxury Downtown boutique hotels. The hotel stands apart for its quirky designer rooms and all sorts of creative touches like an adorable bowl of goldfish that you’re offered for your room during your stay. SoHo has minimal mid-range and budget options, though you’ll find a few here and there, like the Courtyard New York Manhattan/SoHo, with somewhat antiseptic rooms but often great weekend deals. Today’s SoHo is dominated by posh boutiques, but you can still catch glimpses of the neighborhood’s bohemian artistic past, from the street painters on West Broadway to the sidewalk stalls hawking artisan jewelry to underground multimedia art galleries. Keep an eye out as you stroll the streets – distinguishing characteristics of the SoHo Cast-Iron Historic District are decorative façades with Corinthian columns and extra-tall windows. Another bonus of staying in SoHo is the superb variety of dining and drinking, from the French Balthazar to the Dean & Deluca gourmet market.

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