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The James New York

The James New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 114-room Soho boutique, with a stunning rooftop bar and pool, great freebies (including free Wi-Fi and free nightly wine and cheese), restaurant by David Burke, and a hotel art curator, embodies the hip, creative neighborhood it inhabits. Its bright, minimalist rooms are smaller than those at some of its luxury competitors (including the nearby Trump SoHo), but they're full of enough thoughtful details to make up for it.
Trump SoHo New York

Trump SoHo New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Donald Trump's first hotel in downtown New York has the attention to detail and hands-on service you'd expect from a Trump property, but the slightly hipper vibe and great SoHo location cater to a younger set. The luxurious spa and seasonally open pool are the hotel's main features. Koi serves Japanese food in a sleek space, and is known for its celebrity sightings.
Mercer Hotel

Mercer Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Mercer's 75 loft-style guest rooms, beautiful staff, stylish lobby/lounge, personalized service, and swanky SoHo location make it a go-to choice for celebrities and other fashionable members of the entertainment industry. Still, several chic downtown rivals like Thompson LES and the Greenwich Hotel have all those things, plus more on-site features, like a pool and a spa.
Crosby Street Hotel

Crosby Street Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Opened in October 2009 on a quiet, cobblestoned street in SoHo, the 86-room Crosby Street Hotel offers spacious, impeccably furnished rooms to a sophisticated set who can afford the sky-high rates. The hotel manages to be both lavish and welcoming, especially at the restaurant and in the vibrant public spaces.
Hugo Hotel

Hugo Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in 2014, the Hotel Hugo is a stylish, upscale 122-room boutique property located on the far west side of SoHo in the newly coined Hudson Square neighborhood. Architect Marcello Pozzi's design pairs a downtown industrial style with sleek maritime-inspired interiors. Rooms are finished with polished walnut, shiny chrome fixtures, and Hudson River views, evoking the feeling of staying on a well-heeled Italian yacht. A rooftop bar and nightclub delivers two floors of lounge space and panoramic city and river views.
NoMo SoHo

NoMo SoHo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in February 2011, this stylish 270-room hotel is located right on the southern border of chic SoHo. NoMo is a combination of "nostalgic" and "modern" and the hotel aims to have an aesthetic that unites the two. It has small, beautiful rooms with white-and-blue decor, high-tech amenities -- like large flat-screen TVs and iPads -- and floor-to-ceiling windows, many with jaw-dropping views. The fitness center, though small and in the basement, has state-of-the-art machines with personal screens and headphones. There's an on-site restaurant and bar in a pretty conservatory space with windowed ceilings.

SIXTY SoHo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A 100-room boutique with an inventive design, attentive service, a chic restaurant, and an exclusive rooftop bar, SIXTY SoHo epitomizes swank, SoHo hip. Its location amidst prime shopping, dining, and all-night debauchery helps keep it at the top of the cool meter.
Soho Grand Hotel

Soho Grand Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With chic decor and a youthful, almost-nightly party scene in the lounge, the Soho Grand offers an authentic but accessible taste of the hip downtown scene -- and still attracts its fair share of celebrities. The trendy restaurant and bars, a well-equipped gym, and a generous pet policy make it a top pick for creative types. Rooms are comfortable and well equipped, with decor updates in 2010.
Holiday Inn SoHo New York

Holiday Inn SoHo New York Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This Holiday Inn on the border between SoHo and Little Italy offers excellent value for this hip downtown location. It delivers on all of the expected staples of the brand, and rooms feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. Business and fitness centers, while small, are open 24 hours daily. There is free coffee and tea in the lobby, as well as free newspapers delivered daily to rooms. There is a large meeting and event space available, which may appeal to business travelers, and the on-site restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. This is a solid mid-range option for the area, but it may be worth comparing rates with the nearby -- and perhaps slightly more stylish -- Wyndham Garden Chinatown.
Solita Soho Hotel

Solita Soho Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Wedged between a restaurant and a residential building on a SoHo street five minutes from both Chinatown and Little Italy, the Solita Soho Hotel is a mid-range boutique offering 42 small, clean rooms outfitted in white and black, at competitive rates for the area. The immediate area is teeming with upscale shopping options and the cheaper stores on Broadway are within easy walking distance as well; restaurants are also plentiful in the neighborhood. Because of the small size of the room and the limited space for maneuvering, most guests happy with the hotel come with an expectation of using it primarily as a place to sleep, not to spend much time.


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