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341 Broome St New York, NY 10013
341 Broome StUSNYNew York10013
New York City hotel located in SoHo New York, The Sohotel offers quality budget accommodations in downtown Manhattan.
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Chic budget choice in a landmark building boasts rooms with exposed brick, plus hip dining options.- Google
People talk about cheap hotel, exposed brick, brick walls, single bed and hardwood floors
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Minah Lee
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Basically, this hotel is overall nice. I would book it again. Nicely furnished retro/vintage in lobby. Very friendly staff. Pretty clean. Rooms are also nicely arraged ALTHOUGH the rooms are very small and tight packed. No fridge or microwave, if you want to heat your foods you bring it to the front desk and they microwave it for you (which I thought was strange....). This hotel is beside a bar/restaurant which was loud when I was trying to sleep (my room was on first floor). SoHotel is 3 blocks from China town and 5 blocks from Little Italy. They have no parking so you have to find a nearby parking garage (4 to 6 blocks away) which varies 30 to 40$. Hope this helped those who are considering SoHotel.
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Thad Hughes
reviewed 11 months ago
For the price, this place was awesome! It's clean but with funky decorations, and in a perfect location. My room had exposed brick walls--the thick walls make it quiet. My room was tiny, but given the price, I couldn't complain at all! It's a walk-up, though--there's no elevator. But that just adds to the authenticity :)
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Stephen Eveleigh
reviewed 8 months ago
Great location, great price, great time made by the extremely attentive staff. The rooms are small - but for such a economical price and fabulous location all you need is bed and bathroom. It was going through some refurbishments while we were staying - which led to some noise and mess - but I'd both recommend it and stay again.
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J Verhoog
reviewed 3 months ago
It's good as long as you don't pay too much. No breakfast options, small rooms, but clean, friendly staff and they respond pretty well to emails and phone calls. Also had no checkin problems as some describe. Arrived Friday night around 19.00. Ear plugs are advised.
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Candie flower
reviewed 5 months ago
Cute hotel..nice staff. No elevator but that wasn't an issue. Small room clean sheets and bathroom. Thin walls. I could hear the people next to me talking and the sounds from outside kept me up.
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Dan Beeman
reviewed a year ago
I will definitely stay at Sohotel again. I had a private room with a private bath and I couldn't have been happier. I paid WAY less than what I would've anywhere else in the city. For example, I paid upwards of $250 a night at a ratchet place near Times Square and I'm only paying $140 a night (which is normally something like $89 or $99 a night here...I'm here during spring break). The showers were a little sketch like the one reviewer wrote (there's two extremes...really hot and really cold) but you get over it. The only other downside is the fact that you can hear everything that goes on outside and next door. To me, it wasn't an issue because I was never in my room and when I was, I put headphones in and fell asleep. The staff here is truly amazing--better than some of the nicer hotels I've stayed at (ie Hiltons, Embassy, Westin). The staff helped me carry my suitcases up the stairs, got me a cab when I needed to get to the airport, and even came around every single night and asked, "Good evening! Do you need any fresh towels or anything else?" They're very friendly and hard-working and I really appreciated their care. You can't beat the location. It's in Chinatown which is a few blocks east of all the cool shops and restaurants in SoHo. There's a subway station (Grand St) two blocks away but you can basically walk everywhere if you wanted to. Overall, I loved this place. It's great for a college guy like me but it would be suitable for anyone. It's inexpensive, in a great location, and has more to offer than a ton of other hotels you would find in the more tourist parts of town like Times Square or anywhere else in midtown. I definitely recommend this place!
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