Situated right in the center of Soho but tucked away in a quiet street, the Crosby Street Hotel is an ideal base for exploring New York’s sights and nightlife. It’s a hot-and-happening place, often the choice for creatives and trendies.
This place radiates freshness and modernity, emphasized by feminine textures, witty art, and playful imagery. Every corner here contains commissioned art—such as the 10ft metal head artwork by Jaume Plensa or life-size dog sculptures from Justine Smith, alongside touchy-feely textures and furnishings.
The Drawing Room is a sumptuous and colorful residents lounge with fireplaces and deep sofas, but the most striking is the hotel’s lobby, light and bright with soaring glass windows opening onto a lovely courtyard garden.
The Crosby Bar is the heart of the hotel, serving mainly modern New York brasserie fare, in an ultra-stylish space consisting of sky-high windows and doors, warm colors, grey oak wood flooring, and a long pewter bar.
A feature that has the hotel standing out from the crowd is a private cinema, a space with 99 orange leather Poltrona Frau chairs and walls padded in violet wool.
Crosby Street Hotel’s 86 individually designed rooms and suites are a clever mix of modern and vintage styling, each featuring huge, floor-to-ceiling windows—a rarity in New York City.
Each boudoir comes with the latest tech and fully stocked minibars. Baths are executed in a light gray granite, oak and glass, and are outfitted with rain showers or oversized tubs.
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Categories: Boutique hotels, Business hotels, City hotels, Creative vibes, Luxury hotels, Modern design, Nightlife, Romantic, Shopping, Sightseeing,
Number of rooms & suites: 86
Rate per night: From $695 USD
*The rate is only approximate and is based on our own independent research, at the time of writing. We cannot guarantee the rate in any way.Check room rates and book
Author: Travel+Style. Last updated: 30/11/2019
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