The Broome – SoHo’s Most Peaceful Hidden Gem
On your next visit to New York you might want to stay in a small boutique hotel located in the historic SoHo neighborhood – the buzzing fashion and dining district. The Broome Hotel is located at the corner of two storied streets, Crosby and Broome.
The building – built in the Federal Revival Style – was completed in 1825, but is every bit as modern as you would expect of a brand new hotel.
There is a nice roof terrace where you can soak up the SoHo atmosphere, and the only thing more breathtaking is the courtyard, hidden away in the middle of the building it is remarkably quiet— especially for being in the middle of bustling SoHo.
The courtyard also separates the different rooms. Standard and junior suites are on the first three floors in the 1850s house, with a penthouse up top that has two terraces. Out back are the “courtyard suites” with 11-foot ceilings inside a new building. The rooms are fitted with noise blocking glazing for a restful night’s sleep.
The Broome, 431 Broome Street