The Dominick, New York, USA
On the western edge of SoHo, The Dominick offers a luxurious stay in a hip downtown area that's young, buzzing and bohemian. It boasts spacious guest rooms with fabulous wall-to-ceiling windows that allow you to enjoy the spectacular views of New York's skyline at their best. The hotel has two restaurants - one with a Michelin-starred chef - as well as a high-end spa with hammams, saunas and steam rooms, an impressive fitness room, and an outdoor pool on the terrace on the seventh floor. A host of great bars, restaurants, clubs and shops are on your doorstep as well as a choice of subway lines.
Your expert reviewer
We love being right in the eclectic SoHo neighbourhood, with its trendy restaurants, bars, boutiques and art galleries.
The hotel is in Lower Manhattan on the western edge of SoHo, a short walk to TriBeca and the West Village.
By plane: flights to New York take 6 hours 50 mins from London and Edinburgh, and 7 hours 10 mins from Manchester. The hotel is a 45-minute taxi ride from JFK airport. Private parking costs $81 per day. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
Guests who stay here are of all ages: couples, families and business people. The pool at the Terrace on 7 has great views of the Manhattan skyline.
Service & Facilities
The refreshing Reversive Gua-Sha Facial Sculpting treatment - which is right on trend at the moment - and carried out by the very experienced and friendly Rose in the spa was a highlight of our stay.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Beauty treatments
- Paid parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Room 3712 is spacious and plush, and has a great view of the skyline. As well as amazing views from the bedroom, you get a panoramic view from the bath. Don't worry about being seen either - you're on the 37th floor, towering above all the buildings around. The electrically-operated curtains add a little glamour.
King Room, One Bedroom Suite, Two Bedroom Suite, Spa Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, free toiletries, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The beet salad with baby beets, apple, arugula, dried figs, goat's cheese mousse, hazelnuts and honey and Dijon vinaigrette is an unusual take on a salad.
Vestry: seasonal menu, contemporary cuisine, seafood. Open daily for dinner.
Mezzanine: all-day dining and cocktails. Mains include sea bass with roasted pepper and handmade spaghetti, from $28. Open daily.
Rooms available from £373.86 per night
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