Crosby Street Hotel
New York City
by: Yasha Wallin
work, work, work, work, work
Me and my hotel crashing companion Monica Khemsurov.
Eating french fries at 2 am in a bathrobe is never a bad idea.
The sculpture garden: a bit of nature in the heart of Soho.
Giant orbs of nature.
Every distinguished study should have a beagle residing over it. (is that a beagle?)
Remember analog phones? Nor do I…
Our amazing room, with a fireplace, flatscreen, and Little Women vibes.
Clearly, private garden terraces can be very funny. Did I mention we had a garden terrace? It was awesome!
Where none of the magic happened.
Our secret garden. Apparently this is where all the green space in NYC is…
The lobby. Never has a former parking lot looked so good.
Highs + Lows
I’m pretty sure we had the best room in the hotel, with a private rooftop terrace perfect for room-serviced mornings.
The staff was amazing. The concierge even made charging my iPhone feel like a regal experience.
The common areas are great, with a drawing room-style meeting area, an outdoor courtyard, and a massive lobby.
There was a flatscreen TV above the bathtub—watching the election play out has never felt so soothing.
The location couldn’t be better.
Some areas of the hotel felt overdesigned – I’m a fan of less is more, so it’s all about personal preference
- Life Changing
- Environmental Consciousness
- Overall Value
- Night's Sleep
- Stealable Stuff
- Refer a Friend
Soho-stylish meets biz-deluxe.
Grown up luxe, with a British twist.
Smack in the center of Soho.
I just remember the sound of NYC from the lobby—always music to my ears.
- Year Opened
- Designed By
Gym, yes...but it’s much more scenic to hit up Crosby’s cobblestone streets just outside.
Yes, with perfect martinis.
Yes, where you can order more of said martinis.
Complimentary bottled water, bougie mixed nuts, mini wine bottles.
Yes, free, fast.
Feels like it’s more adult, but they have a babysitting service and kid menus, so yes, absolutely.
New York pricey
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Crosby Street Hotel
79 Crosby Street, New York, NY 10012, United States