Best Hotels, Great Savings - SOHO, NY

Best Hotels, Great Savings - SOHO, NY

In New York City, it's the neighborhood that makes all the difference. Whether you are a first-time visitor or were born and bred here. As they like to say in the real estate business, location is everything.

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In this respect, however, not all hotels, no matter how nice they may be, are created equal.

You could be ensconced inside the most beautiful hotel in the world with a ton of amenities, but if you don't feel safe when you step outside or the surrounding area is rather bland and boring, then it lowers the tone of your overall experience.

That will most definitely not be the case, though, when you book a stay at the Nomo Soho Hotel.

The vibrant Soho community is defined by its' locals. This dynamic neighborhood is infused with creativity and the free-flowing spirit of artistic expression. Whether they are painters or actors, start-up entrepreneurs or musicians, Soho's residents will never fail to captivate you with their amazing energy.

From fashion and boutique-style shopping to wellness and beauty, not to mention being home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the city; Soho and the Nomo Hotel has got you covered.

At Nomo Soho Hotel, they take inspiration from the past in order to create the present, defining just what the next trend is going to be. And, when you're a guest, they encourage you to do the same.

When it comes to being made to feel truly welcome, at Nomo Soho, you're getting so much more than just a room for the night. You are getting a taste of what it's like to live here, the genuine Soho experience.

"Must-Have" amenities run the gamut from a 24-hour fitness center, in-room mini-bar, 24-hour front desk and dedicated concierge service to valet parking, airport transportation and complimentary coffee and tea, served in the lobby every morning between 6:30 and 9:30 AM.

But, there's so much more including the Fabio Scalia Salon. A full-service salon, Fabio Scalia offers pampering and luxurious indulgence for the most discerning clientele.

Hotel guests will receive a 20% discount on any salon service and no additional charge for in-suite treatments and services. This is the perfect way to get ready for that important business meeting or a big night out.

When you stay at Nomo Soho, look forward to getting up close and personal with your new best friend in New York, Handy!

Always breaking new ground, Nomo is proud to be the first hotel in North America to introduce the Handy smartphone device, which is now available in all rooms.


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With the trusty and reliable Handy, you can easily navigate all of the amenities and perks that the hotel offers, take all the pictures you want and use an endless array of apps with free WiFi and complimentary international calling.

Your eyes will pop even before you enter the premises. Tucked away inside a courtyard on Crosby Street, the hotel's entrance is surrounded by a magical garden. Victorian-era gates and shrubbery enclose this gorgeous front yard.

Colorful flowers and leafy vines are draped around the long archway that leads from the sidewalk to the lobby. You feel as though you are entering a serene and beautiful world that is a far cry from the city as you know it!

To elevate your experience even further, the hotel has some very intriguing offers that speak to both the savvy business traveler and those who are seeking a staycation weekend away from the kids and their closet-sized NYC apartment.

With the All Eyes On You package, you'll enjoy in-room glam squad services like a professional make-up session and blow-out.

Stay for Breakfast and enjoy a complimentary breakfast for two at Nomo Kitchen, each day of your stay.

If you are into Instagram, (and who isn't these days?) then you'll really adore the Never Miss a Moment offer.

With this incredible package, Nomo Hotel's resident photographer will be by your side, wherever you go, for a one-hour photo opportunity. This is the ultimate way to capture your Soho adventure for all your friends and family back home.

Blending comfort and class, each room is a hideaway, a sanctuary in the heart of Soho.

Accommodations range from a Classic or Deluxe King or Queen guest room to the inviting Crosby Balcony Suite and the spectacular Penthouse.

Offering the highest views in the entire neighborhood, the 1,100 square foot Penthouse will knock your socks off with an ambiance of sheer luxury that you will quickly become accustomed to. This is the high life, indeed, in more ways than one.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Nomo Kitchen presents a rustic American menu with some unexpected but welcome Mediterranean influences.

Chef Jesse Olson knows his way around a kitchen and is not afraid to take chances. Creativity is the keyword in chef Olson's kitchen.

But, before we get to the delectable dishes that you'll savor here; let's talk about the atmosphere. There are no two ways about it. Dining at Nomo Kitchen is akin to enjoying a superb meal inside a lush greenhouse.

The roof is made entirely of glass and there are small trees, flower pots and plants everywhere. Bright neon yellow, powder-blue and red heart designs decorate the walls.

The dinner menu features dishes like Atlantic Halibut with a delightful olive tapenade and asparagus, duck breast with spring onions and Greek-style macaroni with lamb.

Chef Olson and his crew have also created an outstanding brunch menu that is sure to please.

Menu highlights such as lemon ricotta pancakes, steak and eggs as well as a divine smoked salmon scramble are a huge reason as to why brunch at the Nomo has become so popular with long-time Soho residents.

The cocktail program is overseen by master mixologist Xavier Herit. Xavier, unlike many of his fellow travelers, is more interested in pleasing your palate and refreshing your senses than he is in wowing you with a bunch of unusual ingredients that are placed in the cocktail for their own sake.

If you're thirsty, then try the Rose Royale, a light blend of Raspberry puree, raspberry brandy and sparkling wine.

A trio of delicious juices, strawberry, cucumber and grapefruit are paired with Pimm's Liquor, Citadelle gin and soda water in the Nomo Pimm's Cup elixir.

When ordering the Bloody Mary, guests have their choice of vodka, gin or Tequila. The other ingredients are olive brine, which is not quite as strong on the tongue as it sounds, tomato juice and Xavier's secret spice mix. This cocktail will make your weekend.

The Nomo Soho is the kind of place that you will be talking about for weeks to come after you have returned from your trip.

From the bell staff and housekeepers to the front desk and servers at the restaurant, your happiness and comfort are a point of pride here at Nomo Soho.

Nomo Soho Hotel

9 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10013
(646) 218-6400

Nomo Kitchen

(646) 218-6449
Monday to Sunday....................7 AM to 11 PM

Hotel Hugo-Soho

One of the Soho neighborhood's newest and shiniest gems, The Hugo is creating quite a well-deserved buzz on the Manhattan hotel and nightlife scene.

It's such a destination hotel, in fact, that some business travelers have been known to book a room here, even if their client meetings and corporate conferences are mainly set for uptown. Now, that is one heck of a recommendation.

Not far at all from the Hudson River, Hotel Hugo exudes bohemian chic and an industrial vibe.

Designed by celebrated architect Marcello Pozzi, this elegant yet approachable retreat effortlessly draws together the vintage history of Soho with a clean and sleek modern finish as well as some well-placed eclectic touches.

You will never be bored here. There is a spirit and character within these walls that is totally infectious. The Hotel Hugo is New York at its best, proving that all that glitters doesn't always have to be gold.

The visual surprises start at check-in. There is a magnificent wall of greenery behind the reception desk. After completing a long cab ride from the airport, that lush backdrop is a welcome sight for tired, jet-lagged eyes....and spirits!

Borrowing a multitude of design cues from the neighborhood's loft apartments and industrial commercial spaces, Hugo's 122 guest rooms and suites refuse to conform to the tried and true. Yes, you'll be living a little bit outside the box here, but you will relish every minute of your stay!

Every room speaks from the heart. If you are wondering where that typical slightly cold "hotel room" vibe is, you'll have to find it elsewhere.


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Luxurious bedding, custom wood furnishings,retro-industrial light fixtures, playful colors and accents and glamorous bathrooms crafted with Italian tile work and soothing rain showers blur the line between hotel and home.

As you and your love recline, clad in comfy, rich terry cloth robes, on the spacious King bed, you will feel as though you're the king and queen of all you survey. Yes, you can definitely get used to this!

The royalty factor, as it were, is taken up a few notches when you book a night in one of Hugo's extraordinary loft suites.

Amenities include a well-thought-out seating area, supple leather furnishings, a work area that's probably far more inviting than your cubby-hole space at the office, a 32 inch flat-screen TV and a refreshment center with mini-refrigerator and a Keurig coffeemaker.

The newly opened Cafe Hugo features a simple, solid farm to table American fare. You can enjoy your meal in their sophisticated dining area, outdoors on the patio or in the quiet of your room. All Cafe menus are available by way of room service.

The Hugo's rooftop duplex bar and lounge are one of the most happening nightspots in Soho. Set atop a soaring 20-story tower, this amazing two-level space is a striking blend of concrete, chrome, miles of glass and luxurious leather finishes.

The main lounge is decorated with a veritable constellation of blown-glass pendants and globes that seemingly float in the air of their own accord.

But, the undisputed main event at The Hugo is Azul on the Rooftop, a contemporary and soulful take on the old world Cuban cantina.

Once you are here, it won't take much imagination to feel as if you have been transported to the winding streets and cafes of old Havana, before Castro came to power.

Combine some authentic and delicious Cuban cuisine with tropical cocktails as well as a 360-degree view of Lower Manhattan and you've got the makings of an unforgettable evening.

On Sundays, starting at 8 PM, enjoy live Cuban music courtesy of Grupo Irek.

At Azul, weekend brunch runs from noon until 4 PM. Menu highlights include braised flank steak with roasted tomatoes and jalapeno salsa, fresh fruit skewers and a mouth-watering Cuban breakfast sandwich with mojo marinated roast pork, ham, a fried egg, Swiss cheese and pepperoncini.

Azul's kitchen goes into culinary overtime, though, on weekday nights. Bocaditos are the Cuban version of bar bites, but that's where the comparison ends.

Take a break from dollar oysters or sliders and enjoy delights such as Chicharitas with plantain chips with a garlic dipping sauce or tequila-marinated grilled chicken accompanied by pineapple salsa, crema fresca and cilantro.

Azul's talented chefs also have a sensational pan-seared tuna taco with a citrus mango salsa, avocado and a chipotle lime crema.

The drink list consists of a dozen superb cocktails. Some, like the house Sangria or the Ponche Habana, made with Bacardi rum, citrus, pineapple juice, Maraschino syrup and bitters are available by the pitcher or glass.

One of the bar's most creative cocktails is the Lady Liberty Moonshine, which is comprised ofBelle Isle honey habanero, Leblon Cachaca, passion fruit juice and pineapple-orange agave.

Their signature cocktail is The Hugo, a mix of St. Germaine, Prosecco, lime juice and mint. You can also order a very nice Daquiri or classic Mojito.

It's all happening right here, right now at The Hugo, where the nights are forever young.

525 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013
(212) 608-4848

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