Motion carried In Soho, you have to run just to stand still – snazzy eateries jostle with stern cast-iron edifices and purposeful heels pound the pavements. So Broome Street is a welcome artistic retreat, all blown-up prints, neon-bright statuettes, ceramic Asian sculptures and gallery-bright walls. There’s an industrial feel to the metal floor lamps and exposed pipes, while the living room’s plush rug is distinctly cosy. And in this favourable location, it’s the ideal departure lounge for artsy Nolita, tasty Tribeca and, of course, the stylish boutiques of Soho itself. One for the road Work may have brought your host to the City, but his love for New York is no passing fancy – not when he’s so close to the shops, the buzz and the best restaurants in town. I get around After a dash to the front door, we’d understand if you wanted to kick back awhile on the suede sectional sofa. Here you’ve elephant prints and propped artwork, creative decals and eclectic books, and a lofted ceiling with beaming skylights. Navigate the abstract shelving to find the dining area’s fur-covered bench and white lacquer table, or let curiosity lure you away to the tree-lined, private roof deck – a true woner in this part of town.
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Basin, shower, toilet
Dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), microwave, oven, refrigerator, toaster, dining t...
Ensuite, king size bed, TV, bench
Queen size bed, sofabed, Hanging rail
DVD player, iPod dock, satellite or cable, stereo system, TV, wii, Day bed
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