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What you should know about SoHo - Tribeca

Situated on the west side of Lower Manhattan, SoHo and Tribeca are known as much for their colorful, artsy pasts as for their modern-day status as ultra-cool New York ‘hoods. Discover the unique architecture of these trendy neighborhoods as you walk down meandering streets past the largest collection of cast-iron buildings in the world, many of which have been converted into artists’ lofts, galleries, and museums. Nowadays a shopping haven, SoHo and Tribeca are renowned for their designer boutiques, restaurants, and upscale bars.

Hotels in SoHo-Tribeca


Luxury hotels in the SoHo-Tribeca area are among the best in New York, and there are plenty to choose from. With its original artwork, sophisticated restaurant, and stylish cocktail bar, Soho Grand Hotel is a 4-star hotel in SoHo that’s typical of the accommodation to be found in the area. SIXTY SoHo, a 4.5-star hotel with a rooftop terrace and an elegant lounge and library, is another hip, modern hotel that’s popular with travelers. There’s also an array of ultra-stylish SoHo-Tribeca boutique hotels on offer—such as The James New York, which boasts a rooftop pool where guests can sip cocktails while enjoying a stunning panorama of New York City.

Things to see in SoHo-Tribeca


Lovers of the visual arts will find plenty to admire in these hip neighborhoods. Don’t miss a visit to the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art to view exhibitions from the likes of Andy Warhol and Jean Cocteau, and get a glimpse into one of New York’s most vibrant communities. To snap up some unique gifts, head to the MoMA Design Store SoHo, an extension of New York’s Museum of Modern Art. The distinctive store offers a diverse range of modern design products by well-known names and up-and-coming artists. If you’re visiting in spring, check out the annual Tribeca Film Festival to get the first take on documentaries, shorts, and feature films of every description. After soaking up all that culture, treat your taste buds with a visit to the multi-award-winning Dominique Ansel bakery, the home of the much-lauded cronut (a croissant-donut hybrid).

Good for luxury and business travelers


With many of the hotels in SoHo and Tribeca loaded with exclusive facilities such as swimming pools and spa services, those hoping for a luxury vacation won’t be disappointed. If you’re looking to splash the cash, these upscale shopping districts, littered with boutique stores and designer outlets, are just the ticket. Both neighborhoods are also renowned across the globe for their free-spirited art scenes, and you’ll have your pick of galleries and museums right on your doorstep. Business travelers in SoHo and Tribeca will also find themselves perfectly situated, at just a stone’s throw from the New York Stock Exchange and Manhattan’s Financial District.

How to get to SoHo-Tribeca


Hotels in the SoHo-Tribeca area are easily accessible from anywhere within or outside of New York. From LaGuardia Airport, travelers can catch buses that connect with the subway system, while arrivals to JFK and Newark Airports can catch the AirTrain to access the main subway lines. Naturally, taxis and shuttle buses are also available from the major airports and train stations. SoHo and Tribeca are well served by the city’s frequent and reliable subway system. Most New Yorkers opt for the metro to get around, and with 14 stations located conveniently around both neighborhoods, acting like a true local couldn’t be easier.

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