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Inside the ModernHaus SoHo Hotel in New York

Inside the ModernHaus SoHo Hotel in New York

Spun as a living room for New Yorkers and visitors alike, ModernHaus SoHo offers a resort-like feel in the middle of the bustling city.

Located close to all the action, ModernHaus SoHo sits amidst art galleries, high fashion boutiques, and top-tier restaurants. The stylish addition to SoHo exudes sleek luxury from top to bottom. Its exterior contrasts the concrete jungle with wood panels and light tones. The interior accentuates clean lines and geometric harmony. Drawing from the neighborhood’s art scene, the hotel is filled with iconic paintings and sculptures from KAWS, Rashid Johnson, Hans Hoffman, and others.

The 114-room property delivers a tranquil rest stop, fit to be the entire destination of your trip to New York. ModernHaus SoHo thought of all the modern conveniences you might need, with complimentary Nespresso machines, triple-filtered water, and outlets on every corner. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural lighting to envelope the room, while a glass wall divides the space between the bathroom and the bedroom. Blind switches conveniently located in the bathroom give you the option to shower with a view of the city. Better yet — Le Labo bath products await your dip in the rainfall shower.

Set 18 stories high is the infamous year-round Jimmy rooftop, a staple of downtown nightlife. The Jimmy boasts 360 views of Manhattan, a spacious pool deck, and a swanky indoor space. When it’s not a buzzy rooftop bar with fashionable go-ers and a DJ in tow, you’d be remiss not to dip in one of the city’s few rooftop pools on a hot day. On the second floor, guests can find Jumpin Jacks, a stylish space that serves up breakfast by day and transforms into a chic cocktail lounge by night. Dark wood panels, oversized windows, and dramatic ceilings create a comfortable aesthetic for guests to use this space however they choose.

Jimmy Rooftop Jumpin Jacks
(Top) Views from the Jimmy Rooftop pool, (Bottom) Jumpin Jack’s Lounge

Dining: Twenty-Three Grand

Every eminent hotel needs a lively restaurant to match – enter Twenty-Three Grand. Whether you visit in the winter or the summer, the earthy atmosphere will transport you to a European summer. Lush plants, eye-catching flower arrangements and modern decor fill a glass-enclosed space, taking you far away from the bustle of SoHo. The fluidity of the space effortlessly turns from after-work drinks to late-night dinner. And, the light-hearted staff here will make you feel like you’re catching up with old neighbors.

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Run by a women-led kitchen with Executive Chef Ashley Rath spearheading the charge, the menu features global flavors with a Mediterranean flare. Highlights include caviar service, assorted carpaccios, like tuna or carrot, a tower of zucchini, and their famed burger, complete with sliced prime rib, whipped horse radish and steak sauce. Dishes for two like the Whole Grilled Branzino paired with royal trumpet mushrooms and mint salsa verde and the Bone in Veal Milanese also shine on the shareable menu. Show up to your reservation early and try one of their pre-dinner cocktails at the bar. The Earthquake is one cocktail worth writing home about, with an inventive charred tomatillo purée forming the base of the mezcal and ancho chile drink.

(Left) The Twenty Three Grand Burger, (Right) Whole Roasted Branzino

Eats in the Area

The list of places to eat, stay, and play in SoHo are endless – and of course, we understand if leaving the comforts of ModernHaus seem less desirable. Rest assured, the dining options in this radius of New York are some of the very best. Kick things off with a Mediterranean brunch at Shuka, where the boureka sandwiches and labne are unrivaled. Milady’s is a classic quickly gaining popularity for its creative cocktail menu and American-inspired fare. For dinner, try to snag a reservation at the Michelin-star awarded Indian restaurant, Semma. The team here has been achieving accolades for dishes like their gunpowder dosa. End the night with music at The Django, a subterranean jazz club with a vintage feel and curated drinks to match.

Soho New York

ModernHaus Soho
27 Grand St, New York, NY 10013, United States

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