The last word in the Big Apple’s discreet-themed hotels belongs to the Mercer. The 75-room Mercer Hotel will thrill all of New York City’s tourists. Located in the very heart of Soho, the new hotel brings the freshest accommodations along Prince St. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by the hotel’s friendly black-clad staff, quietly ushering them to their chic accommodations. Each room features high-tech amenities, oversize bathrooms, and exotic African furnishing. Guests get free access to the nearby gym.
The book and magazine library in the lobby will keep guests entertained throughout their stay. Information guides give guests the lowdown on some of the Big Apple’s best dining spots. The high-speed WiFi offered makes it easy for guests to book for shows and other tours. Business travelers will be surrounded by a bunch of amenities and facilities made especially for them. Guests can take advantage of the private meeting rooms and send out notes using the private stationery. For more advanced business loads, there’s always a private secretary that can help guests with their workloads. No other boutique hotel extends its services to offer chauffeur-driven cars, limousines, and courier service.
In-room entertainment can be requested, and computers can be rented at any given time. Those missing the comforts of home can whip up the perfect dish with kitchenettes in every suite. Guests can get warm and toasty in front of the rustic fireplace and ponder on how great their vacation was. Rooms are stylish with simple furnishings, vaulted ceilings, and oversized baths filled with signature treats. The trendy traveler will love the walk-in closets. Expect to share the sofa with the occasional celebrity at the luxurious looking lobby. The chic Mercer Kitchen offers travelers room service throughout the day, even if it means whipping up your favorite pasta in the wee hours of the morning. All of its smartly appointed quarters can be found in the heart of SoHo.
The breakfast offered the next morning rivals the dishes offered in the hotel’s fine dining options, especially because it’s free. Guests can grab this time to stare in awe at the hotel’s Romanesque revival building. The Mercer is known to be the first hotel to offer a sampling of loft living in one of New York’s most exclusive neighborhoods.
99 Prince St, New York, NY 10012. Phone: (646) 381 2676