Situated on SoHo's far west side, near Hudson River Park, Hotel Hugo’s look is somewhere between a hip hotel & a vintage Italian ocean liner. The balmy rooftop bar serves up DJs at night and panoramic views all day.
First stop: Hugo’s year-round rooftop bar, where you’ll drink in iconic views of the Statue of Liberty, Hudson River, the Freedom Tower, and the city all the way to the Chrysler Building and the Empire State.
Hugo Hotel takes the best of the upscale boutique hotel experience and makes it so affordable, it’s hard to argue with. Architect Marcello Pozzi celebrates the hotel’s classic cast-iron history and enhances it with details like pendant lights, Italian lacquered walnut, a green wall, leather banquettes, and mid-mod furnishings. Rooms (many with river views) are styled like snug cabins on a luxury yacht, but who stays in their room in NYC?
Explore Hotel Hugo's historic nabe, positioned between Tribeca and the Village, full of brownstones and leafy avenues. It’s the least trammeled, chic-est part of town, and you’ll often spot a celebrity going about their day. The Film Forum (the indie movie theater that launched the Tribeca Film Festival), The Children's Museum of the Arts and City Winery, are all right here, as is New York’s oldest bar, The Ear Inn. Just up the road, you can grab a cronut at Dominique Ansel Kitchen, and walk through the West Village to the Whitney.
The Fine Print
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