For a classic New York City hotel experience at remarkably affordable prices, nothing comes close to The Sohotel. Located directly off historic Bowery Blvd in the heart of downtown NYC, The Sohotel provides a once in a lifetime chance to experience the city that never sleeps at a price that will let you rest easy. The Sohotel offers a wide variety rooms of and amenities in a historic building, one that has presided over the Bowery for over two hundred years. The Bowery has experienced a renaissance over the past two decades, and is now thriving in every aspect: be it the world class shops, historic cultural landmarks, delicious eats, or vibrant nightlife. With the Sohotel's unbeatable location, you are already right in the middle of all the action, yet still surrounded by a relaxed charm that'll make you feel right at home. Make no mistake: this is the place where old New York and young New York entwine. Combine that with the most competitive rates in the area, and you are guaranteed a hotel experience you won't soon forget.

Taking its cue from history, The Sohotel celebrates its boutique features in the building's exposed brick walls and cozy furnishing, all while showcasing a refined, modernized style in the lobby and common areas. With 100 recently renovated rooms, The Sohotel is charming and comfortable, with just enough flair to satisfy guests looking for a hip New York experience. All of our rooms are well appointed, but the various room types we offer allow us to accommodate any traveler's budget. No matter the style, the exceptionally cheap rates you'll find here will leave you with plenty of spending room, allowing you to get the most out of your time in the big city.

Activities and facilities

  • 24 hour front desk
  • Concierge
  • Ice machine
  • Luggage storage
  • Porter/Bell service
  • Wifi access

Business facilities

  • *FREE WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION: For guests who primarily use Internet as a form of communication to friends and family across the world, we offer free wireless Internet connection in our lobby at all times. Our Internet connection is fast, private, and secure for use within The Sohotel. We have plenty of seating to accommodate any computer with a wireless internet card for free, quick, and easy connection.

Location

341 Broome Street, New York 10013 NY USA

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Rooms and rates

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from US$301 per night

Regency Room

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Regency rooms feature a TV, air conditioning, daily maid service. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. Specify bed type preference in COMMENTS field when booking online. Bed type in not guaranteed.

  • Air conditioning
  • Alarm clock
  • Bath
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Non-smoking only
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Wireless / WiFi
  • 2 queen beds
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Rates are for 4 people The room caters for a maximum of 4 adults, and a maximum of 3 children but cannot exceed 4 guests in total.
Cancellation policy Minimum 48 Hours (1st night) Cancellations or changes to bookings for this room must be made at least 48 hours prior to the check in date and time or you will be charged the full amount of the first changed or cancelled night.
from US$278 per night

Standard Room

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Standard rooms feature a TV, air conditioning and daily maid service. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. Specify bed preference in COMMENTS field when booking online. Bed type preference is not guaranteed.

  • Air conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Shower
  • Wireless / WiFi
  • 1 queen bed
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Cancellation policy Minimum 48 Hours (1st night) Cancellations or changes to bookings for this room must be made at least 48 hours prior to the check in date and time or you will be charged the full amount of the first changed or cancelled night.

Additional information

Check In 1500hrs
Check Out 1100hrs
Getting There HOW TO GET TO SOHOTEL WITH PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES:

Public Transportation Services Fare at USD$2.00

From La Guardia Airport:
Take the (Q - 33) Bus to 82nd Street Jackson HTS Subway Station. You will take the (7) train going Downtown Manhattan to 42nd Street. At 42nd Street take the (B or D) going to Downtown Manhattan to the Grand Street station; you will exit the station, walk one block up to Bowery, and make a right to Broome Street. We are at 341 Broome Street. Have a safe trip in!
The Bus fare & Transit fare is USD$2.00 US Dollars.

From JFK Airport:
Take the AirTrain from JFK AirTrain platform to Blvd-Archer Ave
Train station. Take the (J) Train going to Downtown Manhattan to the Bowery station, you will exit the station, walk up 1/3 of a block to the Bowery, and make a left to Broome Street. We are at 341 Broome Street. Have a safe trip in!

You will need your NJ Transit or Amtrack ticket to transfer, go to Cost & Tickets. Value at USD$5.00 US Dollar. NYC Transit value at USD$2.00 US Dollar per fare.

From Newark Airport:
Take AirTrain to Newark Liberty international Airport Train Station. At Newark Liberty international Airport Train Station, take a NJ transit or Amtrak to New York Penn Station. From New York Station you will connect to the New York City Transit subways. Take the (B or D) going to Downtown Manhattan
to the Grand Street station, you will exit the station, walk one block up to Bowery, and make a right to Broome Street. We are at 341 Broome Street. Have a safe trip in!

You will need your NJ Transit or Amtrack ticket to transfer; go to Cost & Tickets. Value at USD$5.00 US Dollar. NYC Transit value at USD$2.00 US Dollar per fare.
Parking Private parking is available 1 block from the hotel. Cost is USD$35/24 hours with in/out privildeges. Hotel guests receive a USD$5 discount.
Things To Do THINGS TO DO IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD:

Sohotel is conveniently located amidst lower Manhattan neighborhoods with numerous restaurants, art galleries, museums, theaters, shops, movie theaters, music and dancing clubs ? all within walking distance: Soho, Little Italy, Greenwich Village, China Town, and Tribeca.

LITTLE ITALY
Mulberry Street is the heart of Little Italy. Even though next-door Chinatown is slowly encroaching on the borders of Little Italy and there are now less than 5000 Italians living there, it is still a popular neighborhood with many excellent restaurants and a lingering Old World atmosphere.

CHINA TOWN
South of Canal Street lies bustling Chinatown, which has over the years expanded into the Lower East Side and Little Italy. The largest Asian community in North America can be found among the narrow streets between Worth and Hester and East Broadway and West Broadway; its main street is Canal Street.

Many shops offer bargains on clothing and leather. If you walk down Canal Street in the open markets where you can buy knockoffs of most anything and everything. Most of the restaurants can be found near Mott St., there are literally hundreds of them. Need a break from the congestion of Chinatown, relax in Columbus Park, or see the Buddhist Temple on Mott Street, which has a collection of over 100 Buddhas.

The many signs in Chinese, the music pouring into the streets from open windows, the delicious smells from the , noodle shops and tea houses packed side by side, and the sound of the language swirling around you make it easy to feel like you've flown half way around the world in the short time it took to get downtown.

Although the neighborhood is known for its excellent Chinese cuisine, perhaps one of its more secret highlights is the Eastern States Buddhist Temple on Mott Street. Step inside - your spirit will be refreshed and your eyes will be delighted by the sight of 100 golden Buddhas shimmering in the candlelight. Frequent festivals and parades (especially during the January and February Chinese New Year celebrations, when paper puppet dragons, firecrackers, and beating drums rule the streets!), as well as the galleries and curio shops create a glorious celebration of Chinese culture.

SOHO
There are 250 art galleries, nearly as many restaurants, and over a hundred stores packed into Soho?s quarter of a square mile. There are four important museums in Soho, including the Museum for African Art, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Alternative Museum, and the New York Fire Museum.

The New York Fire Museum on Spring Street has become a popular place to pay respects to the heroes of September 11. It?s nostalgic displays include collections of hand-pulled and horse-drawn apparatus, fire engines, fireboat equipment, firefightiers? clothing and other firefighter-related objects from the 18th century right up to today.

Soho is famous for its buildings with cast iron fronts. These structures, built as warehouses and factories, have been converted into lofts and are popular with artists and sculptors who value large spaces. The neighborhood, located south of Houston (that?s pronounced HOW-ston) and north of Canal streets, attracts residents who value an off-beat existence.
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