Crosby Street Hotel

New York City, United States

Crosby Street Hotel is situated on a quiet cobbled street in the heart of New York's vibrant SoHo neighbourhood. There are 86 bedrooms and suites over 11 floors. Interior design by Kit Kemp reflects a fresh, contemporary style. There is The Crosby Bar, a private leafy garden, guest drawing room, several stylish private event and meeting rooms, a luxurious 99 seat screening room and fully equipped gym.

Hotel guide


  • 86 rooms including 17 suites. In-room facilities include High speed wireless internet access, fully stocked mini bar, DVD/CD player, flat screen LCD TV, writing desk, radio, king size beds, telephones, personal safe
  • House facilities: 24 hour room service, Concierge, Air conditioning, Gym, Private Dining, Guest drawing room and garden, DVD library

Our favourite

  • The Hotel has its very own luxuriously appointed state-of-the-art screening room. Beautifully designed with deeply comfortable leather seats it provides the very best sound and projection

Wine & Dine

  • Afternoon Tea is served all day long and can be taken in the Bar or the beautiful drawing room
  • In summer sit out on the sunny Crosby Bar Terrace. There is a choice of both savoury and sweet menu items


  • Besides Paris an Milano, New York is the fashion hub on the planet, so make sure to pack a fancy wardrobe


  • Rooms from € 470 / day

Local guide

Lovely Restaurants

  • Balthazar in soho on spring street for a seafood platter (+1 212 965 1785)
  • Waverly inn a west village institution and the best place for people spotting. Food and drinks are good too (+1 917-828-1154)
  • Indochine is the perfect place for a glamourous dinner (+1 212-505-5111)
  • The pecan café in tribeca is the best place for great coffee (+1 646-613-8293)
  • Sant ambroeus is lovely for a weekend brunch or a lazy lunch (+1 212-966-2770)


  • The New Museum on the Bowery is great for both its design and it's exhibitions which change regularly. It's ever changing meaning there is always something new to discover and learn. It only houses art from this century and is consistently breaking boundaries and causing controversy

Don't miss

  • For a really memorable walk with views The Highline on the West Side is well worth checking out. Afterwards the nearby Chelsea Art Galleries are lovely to take a stroll in

How to get there

  • Fly to one of New York's three airports. La Guardia is the nearest (15 km). JFK is a $ 50 taxi ride