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All reviewsbroome streetnew yorkceiling fanlower east sidefamily roomfree coffee and teasoho areasingle bedrooms are smallcool hotelbars and restaurantsstreet noisesubway linesaround the cornerfew blocksboutique hotellocation was perfect
this hotel is really nice and modern, comfortable and clean. Was not brilliant value for money considering the room size was small but had all the mod cons you could need. However, its location was in a busy area of Soho, New York and didnt...More
First of all I have not experienced this incredible noise. This hotel is located in a city with millions of people and whose windows are not super soundproof ... apart from that:
I had a nice room on the reception level (first) it was very...More
Stayed at the Sohotel last night. This was a present to celebrate my sons 15th birthday, a night in NYC. He was allowed to bring a friend and we booked a Regency Plus room that fit my husband and myself, my son and his friend....More
I stayed at the SoHotel with two friends in November 2012. The location is excellent for girls on a shopping wekeend. We booked a regency plus room with three comfy beds and a small bathroom. The room is ok size for three persons, and housekeeping...More
Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
As noted by another traveler, there is complimentary coffee and tea in the lobby near reception. Self-serve. There are literally thousands of places to eat in Manhattan, formal and informal: street vendors, markets... More
As noted by another traveler, there is complimentary coffee and tea in the lobby near reception. Self-serve. There are literally thousands of places to eat in Manhattan, formal and informal: street vendors, markets, coffee shops, restaurants. And of innumerable ethnicities.
Never had breakfast at the hotel, however, there was this farmhouse feel of the breakfast place call The Butcher's Daughter just one block over. Had I tried it earlier I would have gone every day and sampled the whole menu!
Response from ValerieWu | Reviewed this property |
The area is save and sound. You should check NY city map to figure out wether your spots can be reached by foot or by cab or subway. It all depends how much you can take. We walked around 10 km every day, quite a lot.
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