Soho Grand Hotel
310 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
(212) 965-3000Add Hours
The Soho Grand Hotel is famous for establishing itself as downtown Manhattan’s first luxury, boutique hotel. Opened on August 4, 1996, The Soho Grand is located in the heart of SoHo, alongside world renowned art galleries, boutiques and restaurants.
The Soho Hotel's unfailing ability to balance service and style has been the key to its success and continuously sets the highest standard amongst hotels of its kind. The hotel continues to receive accolades from both national and international publications; from Conde Nast Traveler’s coveted ‘Gold List’ as one of the world’s best places to stay and being voted one of the top 100 places to stay worldwide. New York magazine cited the Soho Grand as the “top boutique hotel without attitude.” Interior designer Nate Berkus, nationally featured Soho Grand as one of his favorite places to stay on Oprah’s ‘Best Of’ show.
Parallel to its innovative vision is the Soho Grand’s leadership in design; Helpern Architects constructed the hotel’s intentionally nondescript exterior and is a reflection of the evolution of SoHo’s architectural heritage over the past 125 years. Celebrated interior designer Bill Sofield, of Studio Sofield, has collaborated with the hotel from its inception and the interior mirrors the stylistic trends visible in the neighborhood today. All of the materials used in construction are consistent with the existing character of the community and continues to elevate and embody the classic SoHo aesthetic. With the recent introduction of the Club Room, and new custom suites on the 16th floor, the Soho Grand succeeds in updating its offerings in a way that exudes luxury yet stays true to the hotel’s core aesthetic.
The Soho Grand is located on the border of New York's Soho and Tribeca districts:
Free Wi-Fi,353 custom designed guestrooms and suites, 100% Egyptian Cotton bed and bath linen,Frette bathrobes,Bath amenities from New York’s own apothecary Malin+Goetz,Working desks,Gourmet minibar iPod,Docking stations,DVD Player,iPods,iPads,MacBook Pro laptops,24 hour ‘One Touch’ Guest Service Response,Room Service,Concierge,Fitness Room,Business Center,Valet parking,Pet-friendly Rooms available at no additional charge,Free pet goldfish,Same Day Laundry & Valet,In-House Pressing,Shoe Shine,Choice of daily newspaper,Coffee bar
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Cuisines: Fine Dining
Pets Allowed: Yes
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01/08/2012Provided by Citysearch -
People may think that the lobby lounge of the Soho Grand is just for guests, but I go there all the time. I rarely wait for a table, (hope this remains true after this review), the service is efficient and the food and drinks are great. It has a sexy atmosphere and is terrific if you are going out with business associates and want a place where you can actually have a conversation. The atmosphere is sophisticated yet relaxed. It's a nice place for date night, as well, and good for before or after a show. I have been going for years and never had a bad meal!
06/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have never been so offended by service in my life. I waited over 10 min at the bar and the bartender was a foot away from me. He made numerous eye contact and I called him over.. Waved.. He smiled and continued to chat w/other girls and flip his hair. My boyfriend also tried and nothing! We called over another waitor and he said the other one is my bartender. I was fuming and started yelling at them and saying he would be my bartender if he actually served me. They proceeded to laugh in my face. I wanted to throw a beer can in their face. The other one went to get my order and I obviously did not tip him. My boyfriend told the hostess and she also laughed in his face!
I've never been so completely disgusted w/service in my life! Do not go to this place. It's not that amazing and the ""SUMMER MARGARITA"" has to be the worst drink ever created. Who ever thought it was a good idea to put this on a menu has no taste.
04/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Although we had a lunch reservation nobody has ever shown up to bring us the menue and/or take our order. After ca 30 min we asked the concierge to get our order in. After approx 40 min a waiter finally showed up at our table. Although they had jam and marmelade on the table there was no bread and butter. Since we were starving after the long wait we asked for bread. The waiter offered us toast which we accepted. After another while our food was finally served. The eggwhite frittata was the tiniest portion I have ever seen. Although I am on a diet that was not enough food for me and I ordered Caesar's salad which was very bland and overpriced. After that dissatisfying service and meal the bill arrived. They had added a 20% gratuity automatically to the check and charged USD 7 for the toast. When we talked to the hotel manager about this she defended her policy and the way things were handled in a very non convincing way. She also demonstrated a rather arrogant attitidude. All in all a horrible brunch experience. Every diner in NYC would have done a better job. Also,although this place was described as very dog friendly the waiters never offered to bring her water but simply ignored her.
11/05/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I come here at least once a week to have dessert and a cocktail with my girlfriends. The scene is dressy, yet relaxed; the atmosphere is welcoming, yet chic. They are very accomodating here - one time they let us sit at a table without a reservation (sorry, my group of hot friends were overcrowding the bar), which was great. The crowd is mixed with the young and the old, the tourists and the locals, the hipsters and the not-so-hip folk. It's a great place to unwind after a long week, and the drinks are delicious! I would highly recommend it for a low-key night.
06/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
After meeting a friend for some afterwork drinks, we quickly left this overrated bar/lounge and made our way around the corner to Lucky Strike, a much more cool and welcoming envoironment. Our negative experience began with the hipster host that avoided eye contact and claimed he could not seat us in any of the empty tables because they were ""reserved"".
He was quite snobish but because the chic patio space interested us, we made our way to the back area where there were a few empy cabana's. A spacey waitress mumbled what appeared to be a sentence asking us if we wanted menus. Then she came back and asked us if we could squeeze into a side chair to leave the love seat open for 3 or more people. If the area was crowded, I might understand, but there were two unreserved cabana's next to ours.
Confused and offended, my company and I quickly prepared to finish the drink and jet. Not worth it.
05/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I had dessert here for our 3rd anniversary. Upon entering the outside dining area the hosts were friendly. We were seated promptly in front at around 9:30pm on Saturday night Memorial Day weekend. Our waitress seemed to be knowledgeable n the menu & drinks but her service was SO BELOW AVERAGE. It took us over 30 min. to received the key lime pie & chocolate tart we ordered. the desserts were sub par; definitely not worth $9 each thou. It took her another 10 minutes to bring us flatware so we could actually eat. The dining area was incredibly smoky due to all the cigarettes which was annoying while eating. Not at all worth the price or susceptibility to lung cancer...at least the atmosphere & decor were nice .
04/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
You have got to check this out. We went last summer and it is the most fun and swinging place. Casual, but happening -- I saw at least one celebrity. The drinks are great, the music is cool and dogs are welcome! What's not to like? The service is prompt and friendly and that is saying a lot because it gets quite crowded.
07/31/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The place itself is very cute but sooooooo boring! We stayed for 5 minutes and left. No music was playing it was super quiet, people just sat there....maybe its a good place to bring your grandma when she's visiting but not for a date or a night out with girlfriends.
08/20/2006Provided by Citysearch -
If you would like to be treated poorly by a host, definitely head to this place. The host at the door/velvet rope was extremely rude to me and my friends; he refused to seat us because he claimed there were no tables available - yet we could see at least 5 open tables - and then proceeded to roll his eyes when we asked how long the wait would be (and avoided answering or making eye contact)... There are some great spots just a block or 2 north where the hosts actually care enough not only to seat your group, but to actually be hospitable as they do...poor soho grand, didn't someone tell you that pretension is out these days?