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I recommend this place for those who are comfortable with hostels.
You might think of it as a place where you'd live if you were new to Manhattan and didn't have much money:
- The rooms are small with no windows.
- There's no housekeeping....More
Do not stay here! This place is a disaster waiting to happen. We spent 5 long nights here in September. The guest rooms are tiny little spaces built out without windows, air, proper lighting, and any regard for inhabitation. The construction is scary; electrical wires...More
This hotel was great. The bed was really comfortable and the tv was nice as well. It is on the third floor without any elevators that I saw so you get a small workout - keep that in mind when carrying luggage. Never a lot...More
I went to the Soho Loft overnight for a business event in the area and found the experience to be really convenient for me. Some of the rooms are smaller than others, but it's not an uptown hotel, it's a downtown bed and breakfast. It's...More
Staying at the Soho Loft was a wonderful experience. The people working there were extremely friendly. They made excellent restaurant recommendations and I felt like I was actually living in NYC. I would definately recommend this accomadation to friends, family and my business associates.
Once the artistic hub of New York City, SoHo (South of Houston) is now one of the premiere shopping destinations in the world. Housing everything from the most popular luxury brands to swank boutiques you won’t find anywhere else, this is a sophisticated shopper’s dream come true. Broadway teems with big-name stores and people during the day, while Prince and Spring Streets are the other main drags to
explore by foot. Take a detour down the quieter side streets to see the real star of the district –majestic cast-iron architecture everywhere you look. What were once warehouses and art studios are now meticulously restored loft buildings favored by many of New York’s celebrities, making SoHo one of the trendiest addresses in the city. The pretty streets of Nolita (North of Little Italy) offer a more sedate vibe, with plenty of tiny boutiques and hip restaurants to seek out.