310 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013
The Soho Grand Hotel is famous for establishing itself as Manhattan’s first luxury downtown 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.
Undeterred that downtown’s SoHo district had been devoid of hotels for over a century, owners Leonard and Emanuel Stern, of Hartz Mountain Industries, developed their pioneering vision in, what is now, the city’s most sought after neighborhood. The result quickly became one of the world’s most celebrated boutique hotels and Soho Grand continues to be an integral part of the neighborhood’s fabric, home to savvy locals and sophisticated travelers alike.The Soho Grand’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.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 Noon
Number of Rooms: 353
In the city that never stops, knowing the inside track can be priceless. The Concierge team at Soho Grand doesnâ€™t just understand the downtown scene, but is also a part of it. From the latest restaurants to the greatest clubs, chic shops to new art exhibitions, tickets for the most exciting Broadway shows to the insider scoop on the Tribeca Film Festival or New York Fashion Week, you can bet that if itâ€™s recommended by the Concierge, itâ€™s a guaranteed hit. With its far-reaching set of connections, the Concierge gets past velvet ropes to deliver New York nightlife at its most electric. By day, the Concierge also plans city excursions, assisting in arranging transportation, tours, personal shoppers, salon and spa services, childcare, pet care, and more.
To reach our Concierge team, simply touch the â€śConciergeâ€ť button on your phone.
GRANDLIFENew York is where everything happens. To find out where and when, our true-New Yorker insiderâ€™s guide, GrandLife, is designed to reveal the hidden side of all aspects of New York City cultureâ€”from art, film, and music to fashion, dining, and nightlife. Itâ€™s an intimate introduction to the city as seen through the eyes of those who call it home. Curated and written by some of downtownâ€™s most visible entities, GrandLife offers expert opinions on unique venues and experiences ranging from independent movie theaters, concert venues, and art galleries to the coveted and hard to find in fashion and design. Goings-on around the hotel including the latest art exhibition in The Gallery and the weekly deejay lineup are also featured. With GrandLife, the possibilities of your New York experience are endless. To experience GrandLife, visit www.grandlifenyc.com or flip through the GrandLife magazine located in your guest room.
Check-out time is 12 noon, but guests in a rush can order an express check-out through the television or guest room phone. Using the television, choose the Hotel Services option from the main menu and follow the prompts for express check-out. Using the phone, dial extension 3516. At the tone, please leave your name and room number, and you will be automatically checked out. You may leave the key in the room on your way out, and a copy of your bill will be mailed to the address we have on file.
Convenient valet parking is available and can accommodate cars, SUVs and trucks. For 24 hours cost is $55 for cars and $65 for SUVS. In and out privileges are not available. Please allow 30 minutes to retrieve your auto.
Pet Accommodation & Amenities Pet friendly accommodations are available at no additional charge. Soho Grand reserves these accommodations on pet-friendly floors for those traveling with fury friends. The hotel offers everything a pampered pet needs; organic treats from Bocce's Bakery, bedding, food and water bowls and doggy bags. Treat your pet to these amenities by simply contacting us prior to your arrival, and we will ensure your furry friend never has to lift a paw. Soho Grand Dog Park Sure to set tails wagging, our dedicated dog run is open to hotel guests—complete with fire hydrant water stations, bespoke benches, and garden design by Rebecca Cole. Soho Grand's Dog Park is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset. Please note that our Dog Park will be closed for renovations from March through the beginning of Fall. Pet Goldfish Pet goldfish Our flashy aquatic friends have been a part of the Soho Grand team to welcome guests since the day our doors. To make your stay more enjoyable, one of our goldfish team members can accompany you for the duration of your visit. We'd be happy to provide a goldfish for your guestroom at your request at no extra cost.
There are only 24 hours in a day, but New Yorkers always find time to work out, even if it's at 3 a.m. The 24-hour fitness center, also located on the 3rd floor, provides a variety of exercise equipment that includes treadmills, stair climbers, exercise bikes, and free weights. An outdoor balcony just off the fitness room offers a fresh breeze for catching breath.
All Soho Grand dining spaces are available for private events, including Grand Bar & Lounge, Grand Lounge, and The Yard. Additionally, the multi-functional Harbor Room and Chart Room are available to accommodate a variety of set-ups for larger receptions and corporate meetings.
Soho Grand's outdoor venues range from The Courtyard to the award-winning Penthouse Lofts, renowned for their sleek décor and wraparound terraces with panoramic Manhattan views—ideal for weddings, private dinners, and summer cocktail parties.
With a sophisticated, residential feel, Soho’s Club Room is a perfect mix of old world and new, melding downtown style and old New York gentility. By day, the Club Room is reserved for hotel guests only to savor a leisurely coffee with a copy of their favorite newspaper; and by evening, transforms into a private den offering a list of carefully curated cocktails by Natasha David and Jeremy Oertel, and share plates of locally sourced cuisine. DJs and live jazz/soul performances are scheduled throughout the week.
The Club Room’s permanent art collection features photographs by renowned fashion photographer Terry O’Neill, best recognized for his candid documentation of the celebrities and fashion styles of the 1960s. His unguarded approach set him apart from his peers, and the selection of photographs for the Club Room showcases icons from ages past mounted on bronze metal.
A few years ago, two childhood friends opened a seasonal restaurant out East called Moby’s. Partners Nick Hatsatouris and Lincoln Pilcher spent just a few weeks building-out a pop up, perched on the marina docks of Montauk where fresh seafood was caught and served daily. Today, the success of this concept has seen their first East Hamptons restaurant open its doors. Once again, Hatsatouris and Pilcher bring their seaside oasis to downtown Manhattan in the form of Gilligan’s at Soho Grand.
This summer marks the return of this oceanesque pop-up eatery, which offers guests and locals alike a focused, ingredient-driven menu that includes crudos, salads, crab pastas, grilled whole fish, and produce sourced from the best farms on Long Island. Thirsts will be quenched with market fresh cocktails. Synonymous with summer, spicy dark & stormys and frozen watermelon margaritas sit alongside a select menu of wine and beer.
Open everyday, the classic Grand Bar & Lounge is the archetypal hotel bar, packed nightly with a stylish downtown crowd. Reminiscent of classic New York, this timeless space features a gold polished marble top oak bar, woven leather banquette seating, rich end-grain wood floors, and embossed leather bar stools with nail-head detailing. Offering a selection of 50 rare American Whiskeys, carefully crafted cocktails by mixologists Natasha David and Jeremy Oertel and a full menu of locally sourced fare, the Grand Bar & Lounge is a go-to for guests and locals alike.
At the helm of the kitchen in the Soho Grand, Chef Elliot Cunniff oversees menus for in-room dining, catering and special events, private dinners, the Grand Bar & Lounge and the Club Room.
Born in upstate New York, Cunniff successfully established himself in the state’s capital and was named “Rising Star Chef” by the Albany Chef’s Food and Wine Festival at the young age of 25. Shortly after, Cunniff moved to New York City to accept a position with renowned French culinary personality, Daniel Boulud at his signature restaurant. From there he went on to run the kitchen at DB Bistro, before he was sought out by American Chef and Restauranteur David Burke, for whom he worked with for many years refining a modern eye for American cuisine.
Famously dubbed “SoHo’s Living Room,” the Salon at the Soho Grand is the perfect place to linger – day or night. Vaulted ceilings and majestic masonry columns soar over plush couches and oversized armchairs while silk velvet drapery cascades throughout the space, layering sprawling floor to ceiling windows overlooking West Broadway. The Salon serves a lounge food and drink menu from 7 am to close.
The SoHo Grand Hotel, on 310 West Broadway at Grand Street, is within walking distance to art galleries and shops as well as the surrounding neighborhoods of Little Italy, Chinatown, Greenwich Village and Tribeca. Other attractions within a 1.5-mile radius of the hotel include: the World Trade Center, City Hall, the Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street and Battery Park. The Empire State Building, Penn Station, Madison Square Garden and Macy's are approximately two miles away. The Theater District, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Saks Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick's Cathedral are within three miles of the hotel. Central Park, Carnegie Hall and Bloomingdale's are well within a five-mile radius.
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