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All reviewsrooms are smallgreat locationdouble showernew yorktwo blockslower manhattanaround the cornerwithin walking distancegreenwich villagebeds were very comfortablestreet noisebrooklyn bridgemini fridgehotel roomsubwayfloornyc
I needed a place to stay and didn't want to stay in Midtown so I searched and found the Solita Soho and booked a weekend (5/4-5/7) for the 5 Boro Bike Tour.
Upon arrival, Jenny greeted me. She is absolutely a doll! So pleasant and...More
Such a gross room and dirty hotel. I checked in and my shower curtain was so smelly and soured, I just took it down myself and put it in the stairwell. Totally disgusting room with worn out sheets, and to top it off, check out...More
Great location on the border of Chinatown and Little Italy. Walking distance to great restaurants and shopping. Close to Canal Street subway station (lots of lines run through it). Easy walk to downtown and Greenwich village. Several museums close by. The hotel is small. The...More
Stayed at Solita Soho for three nights in early May.
CHECK IN went smoothly with Joel, but once I received the roomkey things went a bit south. There is just one elevator, and it is both slow and BUMPY, scary at times. Upon finally reaching...More
I had booked a double room with 2 double beds, as part of a business trip. When I arrived, I was told that no double room with 2 double beds was available, which I find unacceptable. I was there with a co-worker, and the very...More
Once the artistic hub of New York, SoHo is now one of the premiere shopping destinations in the world. Housing everything from the most popular luxury brands to swank boutiques you won’t find anywhere else, this is a sophisticated shopper’s dream come true. Broadway is teeming with big-name stores and people during the day, while Prince and Spring Streets are the other main drags to explore. Take a detour down the quieter
side streets to see the real star of the district – the world’s largest collection of intricate and elegant cast-iron architecture. What were once warehouses and art studios are now meticulously restored loft buildings favored by many of New York’s celebrities, making SoHo one of the trendiest addresses in the city.