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Explore Manhattan's downtown culture through the lens of the vanguards that shape it. GrandLife is the definitive guide to downtown New York offering a local’s perspective on where to dine, drink, shop, experience live music, art and film. With insights from industry experts, New York personalities, and an in-the-know collective of world-class journalists and photographers, GrandLife is the authority on New York City’s downtown scene. 
Soho Grand Hotel

Soho Grand Hotel

310 West Broadway New York, NY 10013 Reservations: 212.965.3000

New York City’s celebrated luxury lifestyle hotel is located in SoHo New York, Manhattan’s most iconic neighborhood. Industrial and raw with an energy that has inspired artists for decades, SoHo’s reputation for creativity and culture give visitors an authentic downtown experience. Sprawling artists’ lofts and elegant cast iron architecture rise over charming cobblestone streets and historic bottle glass detailed sidewalks. With countless options, Soho Grand Hotel guests can choose between world famous art galleries, shops, bars and restaurants while staying minutes away from Manhattan attractions. The SoHo hotel’s impeccably decorated guest rooms and new private-floor suites are equipped with the latest technology as well as luxe amenities, offering the ideal downtown Manhattan location for a weekend getaway. Among the first of New York City boutique hotels, Soho Grand’s attentive service and chic Grand Bar & Lounge have attracted visitors and residents alike for years.

The Roxy Hotel New York

The Roxy Hotel New York

2 6th Avenue New York, NY 10013 Reservations: 212.519.6600

For the action-seekers, attention-getters and rabble-rousers, The Roxy Hotel New York and its surrounding neighborhood have long been a hub of creativity. Consider that steps away, in 1978, the Mudd Club was the nexus of the city’s underground music and art scene with a gallery curated by Keith Haring. The Talking Heads were performing at Tribeca’s Ocean Club. Then came the era of The Odeon, Keith McNally’s still-open dining destination, catering to the movie and financial people colonizing Soho and Tribeca’s lofts. The Tribeca Grand was the first major hotel in an area home to boldface celebrities and a dynamic mix of restaurants, shops, financial institutions and thriving independent film companies. Evoking the spectacular 1920s movie theater and the legendary ‘90s dance club, The Roxy is an electric destination for music, film, and art. The guest rooms were fully renovated to give a wink to the past, yet are modern and uniquely ‘Roxy’. And with venues like Paul’s Cocktail Lounge, The Django jazz club, Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee, Blackstones Salon and the newly renovated Roxy Cinema, the hotel continues to be the pioneer it was born to be.


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