SoHo (South of Houston Street) – a part of New York that I always return to.
I can not always afford to shop in the cool designer boutiques, but it’s nice to stroll around on the cobbled streets, watch all the good looking stylish people and admire the beautiful houses with the characteristic ladders of cast iron.
Many famous clothing brands have their shops here and one SoHo-favorite of mine is Anthropologie with its wide range of bohemian clothes and home-design. A real dream store.
Next to SoHo is a small district called Nolita (North of Little Italy). It’s an area between Bowery, Lafayette, Houston and Broome Street. Nolita is also very trendy and there are plenty of hip designer stores and chic restaurants – with some great vegetarian ones like my favorite The Butcher’s Daughter. Another great place for vegetarians is By CHLOE
SoHo is a great place to stay at. It has charm combined with sophisticated architecture and many good hotels to choose between.
Taking its design cues from area’s loft-like commercial spaces, Hotel Hugo’s 122 guest rooms and suites will exude a bygone era of industrial style. Tucked between SoHo and the Hudson,Hotel Hugo is located in Manhattan’s emerging Hudson Square neighborhood.
With its very casual luxury, 11 Howard is destined to become a classic. This innovative hotel, where Danish minimalism meets New York realism, answers the call for a relaxed, smartly curated place to stay in SoHo.
Arlo SoHo offers thoughtfully designed micro guest rooms that combine flexible, modern furniture with efficient storage spaces and a range of playful touches. Rooms come with an array of bed types and views (and in some cases, even a large outdoor terrace).
The boutique rooms and suites are perfectly situated to offer remarkable city views — with the Williamsburg Bridge to the east and the Empire State Building to the north. Spread out on plush-top beds and enjoy a soak in the tub.
SoHo’s Most Peaceful Hidden Gem. Think of us a private hideaway, offering you exclusive access to an open-air Moroccan-tiled courtyard; a complimentary farm-to-table breakfast each morning; and quiet, upscale rooms that feel more like a Parisian guesthouse.
Crosby Street Hotel is situated on a quiet cobbled street in the heart of New York’s vibrant SoHo neighbourhood. There are 86 bedrooms and suites over 11 floors. Cool interior design by Kit Kemp reflects a fresh, contemporary style.
Stylish, modern, and most importantly, quiet and comfortable — every guest room and suite at NoMo is a chic celebration of the hotel’s SoHo location. NOMO SOHO is a buzzword for nostalgic + modern. A fusion of vintage and cutting-edge
The Mercer is Soho’s foremost luxury hotel, offering 75 guest rooms on six floors of a landmark Romanesque revival building in one of New York’s most exclusive neighborhoods. The first hotel to offer an authentic taste of loft living, The Mercer is both home and hotel.