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Great Hotel, service and attention to detail
Love the area its perfect for media meetings
It’s not fussy, it’s not elegant they simply dodo the simple things wells with consistency
And Mercer Kitchen is a great spot for entertaining too. You must try the Tuna...More
Stayed in New York in October and went for the second time ,this time with family, to the Mercer because of its good localization.
It was a very disappointing stay :
- very small room although booked although made booking for 3 people(2 adults and...More
Another magic week and another anniversary celebration at the Mercer in downtown Soho. As usual the staff are discreet and friendly the service impeccable and the rooms fresh and crisp! Having visited many many times over the past decade and a half I can not...More
If getting the third degree from a condescending Maitre d' is your thing, then this is the place for you. I'd rather patronize properties that understand why it's called the hospitality industry. Civility, politeness, graciousness and even kindness can be found all over the world,...More
Superb location, chic lobby, sleek rooms. It’s the hippest hotel in Downtown Manhattan. The beds are comfortable, the bathrooms are clean (most important thing!) and service is great. The room rate is on the expensive scale, but worth it. It’s all about the experience.
Once the artistic hub of New York City, SoHo (South of Houston) 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 teems with big-name stores and people during the day, while Prince and Spring Streets are the other main drags to
explore by foot. Take a detour down the quieter side streets to see the real star of the district –majestic cast-iron architecture everywhere you look. 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. The pretty streets of Nolita (North of Little Italy) offer a more sedate vibe, with plenty of tiny boutiques and hip restaurants to seek out.