Holiday Inn SoHo Downtown Manhattan
A familiar chain property in a crammed section of the city.
This converted 1927 loft building became a hotel in 1992. Straddling Chinatown and SoHo, it sits in a nice location for business activities, tourism and shopping. Still, the clientele here seems to range mainly from Chinese tourists to businesspeople to Chinese businesspeople. It’s no surprise that the lobby is decked out in a decidedly Asian style. Internet kiosks and comfy chairs dot this oversized entrance area. The 227 rooms are refurnished and include wireless Internet access and flat-screen TVs. There’s nothing special about their style or other amenities, although this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You’re guaranteed all the basics, as well as CD players, two-line cordless phones and telephones in the bathrooms. House restaurant 138 Bistro Lounge & Bar serves craft cocktails and light fare. There is also a fitness center on-site.
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