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I was only at the Crosby Street Hotel for a few short hours nannying for a visiting family but the hotel staff was wonderful, the rooms in the junior suite I was in were beautiful and the decor was to to die for. I'd love...More
This hotel is where you go if you want to enjoy a special occasion.
The best word I can think of to define the Crosby Street Hotel is 'generous'. And generous without being excessive.
Bathrobes that wrap you in a warm hug, towels to disappear...More
Love this place; a unique and very unusual feel to this place. Just amazing design, decor and overall feel. The rooms are much more like the personal apartment of a brilliant designer than the standard hotel. Tailor's dummies make up part of the decor inside...More
Great location for Soho area, decent, clean and quiet. Smart and elegant architectural design of the building itself. The grand glass wall windows with the black metal mullions blend in so well with Soho and give out great views of the city.
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We preferred to stay in this hotel because it is in the very lively part of downtown Manhattan which is Soho. In the middle of shopping area, away from the rush of uptown Manhattan and near to Chelsea Galeries it was a perfect choice.
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.