SoHo, New York City
Preferred Legend Collection
What it is
A sleek, stylish tower with a SISLEY spa, three restaurants (one with a coveted Michelin star), and a daybed-lined rooftop pool that looks out over the cityscape.
What it isn't
Just for humans. Canines under 25 pounds have a red carpet welcome that includes pet amenities, for an additional fee.
What we think
SoHo has been home to everyone from Justin Timberlake to Alicia Keys, so we’re not surprised it’s now HQ for celeb-magnet hotel The Dominick. Every element of the property is just as Keys crooned in Jay-Z’s 2009 song Empire State of Mind: “where dreams are made of.” Every guest room is a New Yorker’s fever dream, with 10-foot-tall floor-to-ceiling windows, Italian marble-clad bathrooms with rain showers, European wet bars, and custom furniture by Fendi Casa (including a leather-topped desk that’s ideal for WFH, i.e., work from hotel). Even the beginning room category—Hudson Square King Rooms—are expansive at 425 square feet, with a king bed and perches from the 9th through 23rd floor. The Skyline View One-Bedroom Suites are worth it for their separate living rooms, and the Junior Penthouse is exquisite: with two bedrooms tucked within the homey 1117-square-foot floor plan that peers out on the Hudson River from the 42nd floor.
You're here because
The daily Destination Fee is actually worth it. You’ll be treated to a $50 daily credit to the SISLEY spa, gratis bottled water, Nespresso and tea in your room, comped shoeshines, full access to the rooftop pool and 24-hour fitness center, zippy wifi, and more.
Dinner at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant Vestry is everything you could have wanted from a night out in SoHo: both unforgettable and Instagrammable. Tonight it’s the squid ink pasta with baby calamari that has your heart—especially paired with an ancho chile-spiced Bang Bang cocktail.
Restaurants & Bars
Vestry - offers seasonally focused creative dishes, seafood and vegetable dishes by Michelin Star Chef Shaun Hergatt
Mezzanine - offers breakfast
El Takoy - in-restaurant and poolside dining at Terrace on 7, offering Chef Luis Pous' modern take on Hawaiian-inspired street food
On storied Spring Street in SoHo’s Hudson Square area, just across the street from Color Factory—a vibrant interactive art installation you’ve no doubt seen on Instagram.