A Scandinavian hotel in the heart of Soho
The 11 Howard hotel is located in the trendy Soho area of South Manhattan.
In 2016, Aby Rosen (a New York real estate developer) opened the 11 Howard hotel on 11 Howard Street. The building was originally a former post office. The hotel was built in collaboration with architect Anda Andrei and Danish agency, Space Copenhagen. Aesthetically, the hotel is more Scandi than New Yorker, and is unlike any other in Manhattan. In the common areas, every nook and cranny is home to carefully selected designer pieces. Check-in is done on an iPad and the staff is fashionably well-dressed.
The 11 Howard hotel counts 207 minimalist style rooms. The rooms are designed with light oak parquet floors, high ceilings, custom-made furniture handmade in Denmark, natural bamboo carpets, double woven wool throws and ceramic wall sculptures in pastel colors. A writing desk as well as iPads in the bedrooms complete the décor. The bathrooms are lined with marble, golden brass details, and Grown Alchemist amenities.
On the first floor, the Coucou hotel restaurant offers an unforgettable French experience. Large windows overlooking the street provide a glimpse into the lives of neighboring New Yorkers. At The Blond bar you can enjoy a cocktail on blue velvet benches next to bronze sculptures and mirrors covered with a gilt marble effect. The library and its large common table are designed to connect guests and provide them with a comfortable and luxurious atmosphere to relax or work in. There you’ll find designer chairs, soft carpets, and long haired throws.
More than just an ideal hotel for exploring the city, the 11 Howard invites guests to write their own New York story.
We love 11 Howard for:
Double room from 150 € per night during low season.
Extra charges for breakfast.