Grand Suite

This Soho hotel’s exquisite 16th floor Grand Suite, spanning 700-800 square feet, features a master bedroom with a California King bed, separate living area, dual-exposure windows, stunning views of Manhattan, a personal wet bar, a 27-inch Apple iMac, wall-mounted plasma television, Tivoli clock radio with Bluetooth, and an Apple iPad loaded with our GrandLife Neighborhood Guide. Located on the suites-only 16th floor, accessible by keyholders only, the Grand Suite can comfortably sleep four guests, with the option of adding a second bedroom to accommodate 4.

With the Grand Suite, interior designer William Sofield sought inspiration in SoHo’s early industrial heritage while nevertheless staying true to its iconic reputation for style and fashion.Weathered accents curate a homelike comfort, balanced by industrial inspired furnishings such as the copper “machinist” table and concrete ceilings referencing Soho’s working history. Bringing together vintage rugs, ash plank hardwood floors, and original photography from the Howard Greenberg gallery, the result is a theatrical balance of tactile velvets, solid steel fixtures, and supple fine-grained leather furnishings.