Rated 8.3 in 753 reviews. 97 rooms.


Our hotel mirrors the stylish surroundings of one of NYC's mot vibrant neighborhoods: SoHo. Stay in big city style, relax in newly-renovated guestrooms and suites, and enjoy stunning spaces at this upscale SoHo hotel.

This boutique hotel in Manhattan’s SoHo District features a restaurant and a seasonal rooftop bar with stunning views. It offers contemporary rooms with a flat-screen TV.

All rooms at SIXTY Soho boast a well-stocked minibar. The marble bathrooms feature mosaic floors along with slippers and bathrobes.

During their stay, guests can enjoy the hotel’s 24-hour concierge service.

Bistrot Leo, serves French cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In the evening, guests can relax at the trendy Butterfly Lounge or the exclusive A60 seasonal rooftop lounge.

The Spring Street subway station is 161 metres from SIXTY Soho. Chinatown is less than 1.6 km away.

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near SIXTY SoHo

  1. Ground Support

    Go to Ground Support for one of the best cups of coffee in the city.

    102 m from hotel
    399 W Broadway

  2. Dominique Ansel Bakery

    Ahem. They have Frozen S'mores now.

    127 m from hotel
    189 Spring St

  3. Blue Ribbon Sushi

    The Nasu Dengaku (grilled eggplant) and Oshinki (assorted pickled vegetables) are popular appetizers. And the miso soup comes with miso paste in a separate dish.

    249 m from hotel
    119 Sullivan St

  4. Piperlime

    They managed to translate their e-commerce only business into a brick and mortar in a way that's both true to the brand and the shopper experience. Very impressive.

    267 m from hotel
    121 Wooster St

  5. The Dutch

    Try the little oyster sandwiches. Sesame-speckled buns each cradle one fat, crispy mollusk, iceberg lettuce and a smear of pickled okra sauce. They’re one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.

    285 m from hotel
    131 Sullivan St


    Combines comfort, trend, technology (as seen in their Heat Tech collection) and affordability to turn its three-story flagship into the spot for skinny jeans and colorful basics. [Racked 38 Member]

    397 m from hotel
    546 Broadway

  7. Lure Fishbar

    A definite HuffPost favorite, make sure to order the yellowtail jalapeno roll and ask for the Bash Burger (it's delicious). For dessert, ice cream sandwiches.

    402 m from hotel
    142 Mercer St

  8. Balthazar Restaurant

    If your steak tartare tastes just a wee bit different than usual, thank Philippe Bertineau, the restaurant’s new head chef, who previously cooked at Payard.

    435 m from hotel
    80 Spring St

  9. Locanda Verde

    Chef Andrew Carmellini's return to the stage, following A Voce, is a rustic neighborhood Italian resto at the core. And on Mondays, home of some of New York's best fried chicken. [Eater 38 Member]

    0.7 km from hotel
    377 Greenwich St

  10. Washington Square Park

    Home to a free summer music festival since 1953, where music “usually heard in the sanctity (some might say imprisonment) of small concert halls” mixes with the elements, as described in 1987.

    0.9 km from hotel
    W 4th St

  11. Peels

    Check out the latest offering from the Freeman's folks for an accessible, all-day menu of egg dishes like the Yosemite (poached, with succotash), and the inventive “build-a-biscuit” program.

    1.0 km from hotel
    325 Bowery

  12. High Line

    Built in the 30s, this was an active railway until 1980. "Friends of the High Line" formed in 1999 with the idea of turning it into an elevated park similar to the Promenade Plantée in Paris.

    2.6 km from hotel
    btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St