The James Hotel Opens Second Outpost in SoHo
Long beloved by residents of the Windy City, The James Hotel brings its unique blend of residential cool to SoHo with the opening of its first New York City property. Anchoring the southwest corner of Soho at Grand and Thompson Streets, The James is currently accepting reservations at its 114 guestrooms and suites.
"The stylish and culturally rich neighborhood of Soho is the ideal home for The James New York," said Brooke Barrett, co-CEO of Denihan Hospitality Group, owners and operators of The James brand.
In homage to the creative neighborhood it calls home, The James New York will feature a mix of local and international artists, both prominent and up-and-coming. In an effort to be both child and pet-friendly, the hotel will offer both pajama sets and Paul Frank coloring sheets. Dog beds and doggy bowls will be provided by Soho-based pet retail shop Doggystyle, along with a specially-created amenity treat bag.
Additional guest perks include amenities from Intelligent Nutrients, a certified organic, food-based, natural beauty line and audio technology from Bowers & Wilkins, including Zeppelin iPod docking stations and iPads loaded with customized local shopping and dining guides as well as complimentary bicycles courtesy of Public Bikes or use of the hotel's Lexus RX 400 hybrid vehicle.
The hotel boasts a luxurious 16th-floor Penthouse loft designed by renowned by renowned Dutch architect and interior designer, Piet Boon with expansive skyline views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, a third-floor Sky Lobby welcome and reception area, accessible by a glass elevator that transports guests from the ground floor entry to a private living room and business networking lounge and an expansive Urban Garden. A rooftop pool deck, bar and lounge are sure to become a must-see hot spot during the upcoming Fashion Week.
The hotel was designed by the Office for Design and Architecture (ODA) in collaboration with Perkins Eastman and custom interiors by Amanda Sullivan with The James Design team.
In conjunction with the opening, the hotel is offering introductory rates, beginning at starting from $349 and including in-room breakfast.
To make a reservation, visit www.jameshotels.com.