Molly McCorkle

Sixty Soho

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Sixty Soho The lobby...these giant windows give a real Soho loft feel.

The lobby...these giant windows give a real Soho loft feel.

Sixty Soho Art. Everywhere.

Art. Everywhere.

Sixty Soho Cozy corner.

Cozy corner.

Sixty Soho The Gordon Bar by day...in the evening hours this turns into a moodier cocktail lounge.

The Gordon Bar by day...in the evening hours this turns into a moodier cocktail lounge.

Sixty Soho Now that's a loft suite.

Now that's a loft suite.

Sixty Soho Plenty of natural light. But don't worry - with the flick of a switch the black out shades give total darkness.

Plenty of natural light. But don't worry - with the flick of a switch the black out shades give total darkness.

Sixty Soho Fireplace in the bedroom. What does this room not have?

Fireplace in the bedroom. What does this room not have?

Sixty Soho Checking out the larger than life Helmut Newton book.

Checking out the larger than life Helmut Newton book.

Sixty Soho #NSFW

#NSFW

Sixty Soho Design dets.

Design dets.

Sixty Soho Check out that view from our second floor terrace. What!

Check out that view from our second floor terrace. What!

Sixty Soho It's not a party without a pineapple.

It's not a party without a pineapple.

Highs & Lows

  • Our room. Not one, but two floors. Not one, but two terraces (one big enough to invite a friend or two to stop by).

  • Impressive art + book collection. I didn't even need to leave my room to get a dose of culture.

  • The hotel is right in the middle of it all yet surprisingly quiet - a nice respite from the Broadway bustle.

  • It was a harsh reality returning to my pint size apartment after staying in this spacious suite.

The Barometer

  • Design

  • Website

  • Environmental Consciousness

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Takeable Treats

  • Refer a Friend

  • Overall Value

  • Life Changing

Total: 48/50

Important Bits

  • Type

    Design hotel

  • Vibe

    Rooftop views and fully nudes (thx Helmut Newton) right in the heart of Soho.

  • Location

    On a quiet Soho street, just steps from great shopping + cafes.

  • Rooms

    100

  • Music

    Hm, didn't notice it.

  • Year Opened

    Originally opened in 2011

  • Designed By

    Recently renovated by the Pomeranc brothers and Tara Bernerd.

  • Health & Wellness

    No pool.

  • Restaurant

    Italian restaurant Sessanta in the ground floor (with a cute patio).

  • Bar

    Yes, Gordon Bar. Great cocktails, great vibe.

  • Minibar

    Yes...nice selection of snacks + drinks.

  • Children

    I don't see why not.

  • Price

    Depends on the room you book. Worth springing on the loft for the outdoor spaces alone.

  • Website

    Visit website

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Sixty Soho

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