Located in Nolita, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of HERE and New York University. Brooklyn Bridge and Federal Reserve Bank of New York are also within 2 mi (3 km).
SOHOTEL ....A GREAT FIND!!!Pros: I booked this hotel on Kayak after looking at the reviews. It was a phenomenal find. The staff is so polite and helpful. There was parking right up the street. The rooms are small but almost all are in NYC unless you want to pay for the space. Hopefully, you're out and about enjoying the City. The linens and bedding were very clean. They did a fantastic job renovating the oldest standing hotel in NYC. We plan on making it our hotel of choice when visiting. Cons: No complaints here.
Great location Boutique feel Pros: Room decor and finishes felt high end. Staff was great. Loved the location shopping and restaurants. Cons: Mattress was not comfortable.
Pros: Location is really good, close to subway stations.
Fancy and stylish, nice design.
King size room is spacious, heated floor in the bathroom, home management system via TV (heating, lights, room requests).
Luggage-porter and utility man are kind and always there to help, good fellas.
Nice selection of restaurants around.Cons: $250 deposit.
Receptionists are arrogant.
Our room (422s) was so noisy (ice machine in the hall, some noisy appliance attached to the wall, etc.) even through earplugs, we requested to move, but we were kinda pushed to upgrade instead (we were told by the receptionist, that other queen size rooms are even smaller and just as noisy), a compensation would have been nice (like upgrade is free for one night for the inconveniencies), and there are hidden charges) even after stating by the receptionist there are none) like Upgrade NYC Sales Tax - 8.875% and Upgrade State Tax - 5.875%.
Home management system is slow and laggy.