Art Savvy in SoHo | The James SoHo

The James SoHo is where we imagine Charlotte York would stay if she was visiting the City (she was an art dealer after all). Artfully  decorated, the hotel is an ode to Lower Manhattan’s  burgeoning art scene, distinct character and celebrated technological innovations. The urban garden and rooftop pool are simply inspired elements; you don’t need to leave the hotel to experience the NYC cool factor. Glamorous, luxurious and rich in culture, The James SoHo is an urban oasis for travelers.

Modern furnishings, sleek interiors, statement artwork and all-encompassing city views make for a truly exceptional experience.

The 114 rooms are all outfitted in crisp white linens and Scandinavian-esque furnishings. Most rooms offer views of Lower Manhattan, making for a truly magical slumber in the City that Never Sleeps.

The James SoHo offers guest a complimentary wine happy hour each night in the hotel lobby. Make reservations ahead of time at the hotel’s acclaimed restaurant, David Burke Kitchen for a dinner at this decadent urban farm-to-table style restaurant.

SoHo is a favorite neighborhood for artists, celebrities, and tourists. With its beautiful pre-war apartment buildings, high-end boutiques, Insta-famous restaurants, and lots of street art, there’s so much to do, see, and explore when staying in SoHo. Our recommendation? Start the day with a bagel served on a silver platter at Sadelle’s and head to Howard Street for shopping and celebrity sightings.

Working out is made almost enjoyable by the awe-inspiring views of the Freedom Tower and Lower Manhattan from the gym (conveniently open 24 hours a day). Head to the rooftop pool after to cool off with one of the signature cocktails.

Book an in-room spa treatment from one of The James’s downtown spa partners to feel pampered and refreshed after a day of shopping downtown and before a night out on the town. Better yet, order room service after your treatment and watch a classic NYC movie all without leaving your room.



The views, the mezzanine garden, and the minimalist design all beg to be photographed.