Stay at a trendy boutique hotel in Soho NYC
The trendy boutique hotels in SoHo NYC would almost make you forget that this area was until recently known as ‘Hell’s Hundred Acres’. It finally lost its ugly name in the 60‘s when artists finally took notice of the high ceilings and windows in the abandoned buildings and with their passion began to recover SoHo’s fashionable past.
Locally inspired, community focused - this is how The James NY, a very arty boutique establishment, likes to describe its approach to the hotel scene in Soho. Walking through the hotel feels like a stroll in a gallery showcasing works of up and coming artists.
60 Thompson has become a bit of a hot spot in SoHo for its critically acclaimed restaurant Kittichai as well as a rather alluring bar lounge and a serene rooftop escape.
Generously proportioned with matching textured wall-covering and cushions, the 86 rooms at the trendy Crosby Street Hotel are delightful and quite individual.
It is the eclectic cultures of many countries around the world that has inspired the designs of Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel.
An interpretation of Beauty and the Beast by Jean Cocteau is what apparently lies behind the inspiration for the exquisite design of Mondrian Soho where blue and creamy white creates a very charismatic ambience.