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Good Leisure Hotel, Mediocre Business Travel Optio
Good location in the middle of SOHO near multiple businesses. Easily accessible via subway. Attractive interior with industrial accents. International guests and staff. Good food and drink in hotel bar and lounge. Room is well appointed including a bathrobe, various bathroom products, blow dryer, well stocked minibar fridge and snacks (costs extra). Solid wifi.
The desk and chair in the room were uncomfortable. I spent the majority of my waking time in the room there on a business trip. That and there's no other space in the hotel to sit quietly. The downstairs lounge is not really a sit and linger sort of space. Plus at night the downstairs lounge and bar become a nightclub with DJ. Which is great for pleasure travelers, but is a pain for business traveling. Would stay again for fun, but not for business.
Front desk staff was great! Bathroom was spacious -- huge for NYC standards and the wall paper is beautiful! Bed was very comfortable!!
Shower curtain smelled moldy. To be a dog friendly hotel, the dog bed provided was dirty, it stunk, had cigarette burns and ultimately, my dog refused to use it. The bell hops were very snobby and unfriendly.
Welcoming, Well Appointed, Very Clean and in a Gre
Every Associate we encountered was excellent; very warm, helpful and accommodating. Our 10th floor room was cozily decorated in darker tones and neutral accents. The furnishings were appealing, well built, and fitted to the room with adequate room to maneuver throughout. The bed was extremely comfortable and we left it each morning feeling rested and recharged. The most comfortable bed I have ever slept in while traveling. The bathroom was exceptionally clean and was supplied as expected for this level of Accommodation. (I have managed hotels and know first hand that, even the appearance of clean, is impossible on white porcelain and ceramic tile. Exterior noise from inside the building went mostly unnoticed; city noise was acceptable without the a/c fan running but we set it to blow continuously and the city outside mostly faded away (A/C blew worked excellent). Amenities are as advertised; the lounge atmosphere and appearance brings to mind an image of a1920's / 30's sitting parlour - comfortable, elegant, and well suited for drinks, work, meeting a coworkers or friends. On the weekend we stayed, the lounge was fused with music of the runway, the city and SoHo. It was an excellent kickoff for our evening with friends. The location could not have been better for us; subway - entrance on same block; restaurants - all around; cabs - always;
Minibar prices were beyond excessive (I wondered if I was staying in an Airport grab-n-go) Room services prices - also excessive - (see: Oatmeal) The Following Falls Under "...if that's all he can complain about...." (these were the only negatives I could remember; most likely because they were encountered repeatedly) : The drawer-pull's on the main chest of drawers were very difficult to get a hold of. If I had long nails, or carried traditional keys, I could have hooked these without a problem; alas, neither is the case. Although the stairs were our preferred method of "up and down"; we found it challenging to get from our floor (10th), to our friends floor (7th), via the elevator. The pass key security system didn't seem to allow exit onto a floor other than our own.
Great staff nice rooms
Night out in the City
We spent a night in the city away from the kids for V day. The view was good. Great neighborhood. Lots of places to go to, great restaurants and shopping nearby.
Great location, clean, friendly staff.
Concierge service was not all that great, loud guests late at night.
Cute boutique but a little dated now
This hotel has been on my list of places to stay since it opened up so I was very excited to finally get here, albeit maybe 10 yrs later... The decor was beautiful and the staff were all excellent. This includes valet and maids that you pass in the halls.
Unfortunately the state of our room was a little disappointing. We did check in early so it's possible they rushed to clean it. Our room was a roasting 78 degrees when we got there and the thermostat was clearly set to 80. The window barely opened so it did not provide much relief and switching over to AC only helped cool the room by the next morning. It was HOT and dry!!! Second disappointing thing was the used toilet paper still in the toilet. I also was challenged in my ability to flush it away, so I can see how it got left behind. Third thing was the random hair pins I kept finding throughout the room...
The Soho Grand Hotel oozes with the charm of Soho and the people who make it their home. The rooms offer the amenties people have come to expect from an establishment in this unique area, such as free Wi-Fi, but in addition, there are little extras that make a guest’s stay particularly unique. For instance, rooms feature Nespresso machines and guitars for strumming a few tunes to smooth out the day. There are also minibars and flat-screen TVs to make the comfort complete. The suites take it up a level, offering living areas and wet bars. Guests can even borrow iPads, iPods, and laptops if they would like.
Another convenient borrowing option are the loaner bikes that come complimentary. These are ideal for exploring the area and scooting around to various attractions and local dining options. However, on site guests can experience dining under a chic vaulted ceiling while savoring some of the cutting edge cuisine Soho for which Soho is well known.
The Grand Bar and Lounge provides a great place to sit back and relax, grab a cool drink, or just chill out and abosorb the ambience. It is lit by natural light in the daytime, making the outside environment an integral part of the experience. At night, guests can sit back and sip on any of the Soho Grand’s tasty whiskeys, the golden glow of which matches the bar’s lighting.
The Soho Grand Hotel is the marriage of hospitality and the undeniably tasty flavor of the Soho culture.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you are traveling with young children, you can request your room at the Soho Grand Hotel to be childproofed, and the hotel will be able to provide you with a crib, a stroller or a high chair if needed. The older kids also get their share of attention as you can request some travel games and coloring books to keep them occupied.
Pets are welcome at the Soho Grand Hotel at no extra charge. If you plan on bringing your pet with you, for an additional fee you can get some extra services such as organic treats, bowls for food and water, and a comfortable bed that they can sleep in. In addition, the hotel has a special park dedicated to dogs and accessible by guests and members only. The Soho Grand Dog Park is open every day from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Breakfast is served every morning at the Soho Grand Hotel at the Grand Bar & Lounge from 7:00 am, with an a la carte menu including egg based dishes, sweet options as well as healthier options. If you like to sleep in on the weekend, you will be able to have brunch at the Grand Bar & Lounge from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and at Gilligan’s from midday. Both restaurants offer an a la carte brunch menu, with Gilligan’s menu offering some less traditional options such as stone oven pizza and a lot of seafood options.
If you are planning a holiday at the Soho Grand Hotel with your other half, look into booking deals which will make your stay a little more special. You get a bottle of prosecco on arrival as well as a dozen roses, and complimentary late checkout depending on availability.
If you wish to get to your accommodation from the airport using public transport, get on board bus line Q70-SBS which leaves from outside terminals B, C and D, and get off at the Roosevelt Av/74 St bus stop. From there, get on board the E Line metro heading towards the World Trade Center from the Jackson Heights station, and get off 13 stops later at the Canal Street Station. The Soho Grand Hotel will be a 2m walk away and the full trip will take about 1h. A quicker way to get to the hotel is by getting a taxi from outside any of the terminals. The trip will take about 30m and a one-way fare will cost around $50. If you are looking at renting a car for the duration of your trip, the hotel doesn’t have on-site parking but offers a Valet Parking service for prices starting at $65 a night. (Prices checked 18/06/19).
Soho Grand Hotel is located at 310 West Broadway in SoHo, 4,1 km from the centre of New York. Washington Square Park is the closest landmark to Soho Grand Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Soho Grand Hotel.
Yes, Soho Grand Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Soho Grand Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Soho Grand Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Soho Grand Hotel is 12,6 km from New York LaGuardia.
No, Soho Grand Hotel does not have a pool on-site.