HIDDEN AWAY IN A FEDERAL REVIVAL-STYLE BUILDING, PRESERVED SINCE 1825, IS NEW YORK CITY'S CHICEST NEW BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Walk by and you'll miss it. But if you walk down Broome past Crosby, you may just pass by the most impressive and charming new spot in town—The Broome. Conceived by animated local businessmen Vincent Boitier, Damien Jacquinet, and Jean-Claude and Stephane Iacovelli, The Broome is a 14-room boutique hotel, newly moved in to what was formerly a colony of artist lofts.
First opening its doors to press and select partners during NYFW, the Broome is now open to the public, and it may only be a matter of time before it's overrun and impossible to get a reservation. Perfectly situated between SoHo and Nolita, and boasting an awesome open-air atrium with a private cafe, the small hotel is intimate, cool, relaxed, and European in feel. The owners themselves are often serving you a drink, friendlier than the average waiter.
Known for neighborhood establishments like Fiat Cafe, Cafe Lure, Jean Claude, SoHo Steak, L'Orange Bleue, and Provence, the four Frenchmen are extending an established repertoire for European-inspired hideaways with the modern new hotel property. Welcome them to the neighborhood! Just don't tell everyone you know...for our sakes.
Images courtesy the Broome NYC and Collective-NY