November 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Trump SoHo New York in New York City, New York
There is no mistaking Trump SoHo New York on downtown’s skyline. The 46-story glass tower rises high above cobblestoned Spring Street, a surprisingly smooth marriage of the neighborhood’s industrial-chic personality and The Donald’s trademark luxury. Located on the western edge of SoHo, the hotel is a perfect home base for exploring the art galleries, boutiques and historic cast-iron architecture surrounding it. At night, return for dinner reservations at Koi, the celeb-magnet Japanese fusion restaurant just off the hotel’s sweeping, dimly lit lobby.
Watch the sun rise over Midtown’s skyscrapers from the vantage point of your penthouse suite. Go for a morning jog along the Hudson River. Break for a coffee in the West Village and browse a local bookstore hidden on a quiet, tree-lined street. Don a pair of boots from a SoHo boutique and blend in with the fashion models dashing off to castings. Unwind in a Zen-inspired environment while dining on miso-bronzed black cod.
Location of Trump SoHo New York
Nearest Airport: LGA, JFK
Amenities for Trump SoHo New York
- 2 Bars
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- Valet Parking
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- Mini Bar
- iPod Docks
- Marble Bathrooms
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Kids Club
- Children's Menus
- Art Galleries
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
- Kids' Club
Reviews for Trump SoHo New York
Beautiful hotel. The rooms are clean, modern and high end (except for the massive stain in the carpet from a previous guest). The doorman was very friendly. The entire staff was great except for the concierge. We had trouble reaching them on serval occasions and found the restaurants and recommendations provided weren't at the same level as the nice hotel. All in all a great experience.
I just stayed at the Trump SoHo New York for 10 nights. Overall, I was very happy with the hotel and its amenities. The hotel seems to be to a certain extent unloved for unrelated reasons, which creates an opportunity in terms of the value your dollars can buy. They upgraded me to a very high floor, with a very beautiful view, and I am very grateful for it. I still managed to request if they could put me in a room with a view on the river/NJ, and they went out of their way and accommodated me, and I am forever grateful for that as well. My room was sizeable, and larger than what you see in many other 5* hotels in NY. Everything spotless. I thought the decoration is starting to age, but that is only my opinion. A few points for improvement: ď‚§ The doorman does not say hello, and barely acknowledges you. I think I did make eye contact a few times just as courtesy when you enter a place, and I was pretty much ignored. In contrast with some other places who insist so much in calling you by your last name that it makes you uncomfortable. ď‚§ The bellman gets in the same elevator as everyone else, at rush hour, people outside donâ€™t have room to come in the elevator, and he doesnâ€™t seem to be bothered at all. As everyone knows, the bellman has priority on guests. ď‚§ Little things like: there is no show horn in the room. I asked for one, and I was told there none available, and they would send me one when it becomes available. And of course, they never did. ď‚§ I had a few packages delivered to me during my stay. No exception, the package was never delivered to me. I had to know that there is a package from other sources, call guest services, who would connect me to the packages department, who would put me on hold, and after a few minutes â€¦ â€śoh yes, there is a package for you. Weâ€™ll send it upâ€ť. I am only giving it 4 stars out of 5, because at this level, one expects perfection. If this was a Sheraton, I would have given it 5. Would I stay there again? Absolutely, if the price is right. In fact, this was my first time staying in SoHo, and liked it very much.
js_paris44 - San Francisco, California
We were a group and we booked 20 rooms at the Trump Soho - the Conference Services Manager and her staff were prompt and very professional. The hotel overall design and amenities are amazing - and the views of NYC from the rooms are breathtaking!
I have been staying at Trump Soho for 5 years and would be unlikely to go elsewhere. From the doorman who knows my face and name to the location and convenience of everything in the local area, this hotel actually feels like home. Prices vary during different times of the year, so be wise and wait if the prices seem too high. I waited a few weeks for my last stay and the price dropped by a 3rd. Well worth finding a way to stay at Trump Soho. Highly recommended.
Audreyvespa - Sydney, Australia
I really love Trump Soho. Best view, nice and friendly staff and really good location. I have stayed there 10 times now. The sleeping quality is the best you get with really good beds, good TV and movies.
HaraldoNo - Oslo, Norway