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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
Poor service, nickel and dime for everything (i.e. $2 dollar to store bags) for a tiny dirty room. There must be better .
The good location is really the only reason to bother with this place.
The staff do their best but it is clear...More
4 Thank eo959
Response from Peter A, General Manager at Solita Soho HotelResponded 6 October 2017
I am sorry. The reason for the charge is that we have certain rules for luggage. We hold everyone's bags so you can go out and enjoy the day. However sometimes we get 7 bags per room. It becomes a very difficult to...More
This was my favorite hotel for the pat 10 years in New York City. Reasonable price and convenient location
When I check in this time. They have a free drawing and I win a three night discount of 15.00 per night. The front desk lady...More
1 Thank winsir
Response from Peter A, General Manager at Solita Soho HotelResponded 12 September 2017
I am so glad you have been staying with us for 10 years. However i am hurt that you don't want to ever stay here again. I am not sure what contest paper was drawn. If it was $15 dollars off of this...More
Best stay I've had out of many in New York. Check-in was prompt and efficient and all well handled by a very hard working, yet pleasant front desk person -Arial!
The room was as expected (NYC big rooms aren't the norm), but plenty for our...More
Thank Mark C
Response from Peter A, General Manager at Solita Soho HotelResponded 20 December 2017
I just wanted to thank you so much for such a lovely review. Its reviews like this that make us love our Job. I will share this with my staff. Please call us before returning. As we always take extra special care of...More
We stayed at the Solita Soho needing one night ... price was good for New York.
Pros: good location, good price, nice counter staff, clean.
Cons: bed was horrible, sheets were like S.O.S pads, noise from room above and subway could be heard all night...More
Stayed here again after a lackluster stay last summer. Price was right. Service was horrible.
No deposit required is what they said but the first night rate and taxes were charged three days prior to arrival.
There were no additional towels available. There were no...More
1 Thank Mitchell S
Response from Peter A, General Manager at Solita Soho HotelResponded 31 August 2017
I am terribly sorry about your stay. I am curious about a few things. As we have so many Hair dryers and towels. Also the room being dirty is unacceptable along with bad service. The two top things we are known for are...More
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