NEW YORK, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- NoMo SoHo, the 264-room chic New York City hotel located at the intersection of art, music, culture and fashion, has announced it will reveal a reimagined luxury penthouse April 2017. The tallest building in Manhattan's fashionable SoHo district, the hotel's new 1,100-square-foot signature suite with 1,000-square-feet of outdoor terrace space will showcase unparalleled views of the New York skyline and an all-new sophisticated and modern design perfect for memorable stays.
"The penthouse is truly going to be one-of-a-kind and will offer SoHo visitors an extraordinary hotel accommodation to unwind or entertain and will also be available for long-term stays," said Brian Sparacino NoMo SoHo brand representative. "Located at the top of NoMo SoHo hotel, the rooftop penthouse will overlook all that's great in Manhattan and will be just steps away from SoHo district's premier shopping boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and New York City's most compelling attractions."
As a premier location and the most photographed hotel in SoHo, NoMo is further enhancing its reputation as a venue with views and phenomenal photo opportunities. Located on the hotel's top 25th floor, the interior of the penthouse will encompass a total of 1,100 square-feet and provide customizable space in its open, airy living room that will feature a wet bar and kitchenette. The suite will also feature one master bedroom, full bath and powder room. Expansive skyline views will be showcased throughout, with floor-to-ceiling windows presented in each room, including wraparound windows in the large rainfall shower highlighting Midtown's sights.
Open-air terrace space will be available in two separate patios. The 250 square-foot north patio will offer sights of Hudson River and Midtown while the 750 square-foot south wraparound patio will boast views of Hudson River, Brooklyn Bridge, the Financial District including One World Trade Center, also known as Freedom Tower. The outdoor patios will mimic an observation deck that captures everything that is amazing in Manhattan.
The penthouse will offer customized, high-end furniture throughout and a neutral color scheme that aligns with the incoming natural light. Dark wood décor will be highlighted along with custom leather wall panels and large 24x48 inch floor tiles. Guests will also enjoy an iPad controlled electronic, sound, temperature, television, lighting and blinds system. The AV system features Lutron controlled motorized shades and dimmers, Sonos Connect music speaker system, Amazon Echo powered by Volara voice-based guest engagement solution "Alexa," Sony televisions and Ecobee thermostats.
About NoMo SoHo Hotel:
With an alluring fusion of vintage and cutting-edge décor, NoMo SoHo provides luxurious New York City accommodations amid the beating heart of Manhattan's vibrant SoHo district. The chic Manhattan hotel maintains the cast-iron and cobblestone authenticity of SoHo, while celebrating the fashion and culture of the modern age. NoMo SoHo features upscale rooms equipped with an abundance of lavish amenities, along with an exciting offering of food, beverages and public spaces. The glamorous NoMo Kitchen restaurant offers a farm-to-table rustic American menu with Mediterranean influences under the direction of celebrated chef Gary King, with an onsite bar and lounge event spaces. The restaurant also boasts an innovative handcrafted seasonal cocktail program by acclaimed cocktail expert Xavier Herit. NoMo SoHo is just steps from premier shopping, boutiques, art galleries and New York City's most compelling attractions. NoMo SoHo is located at 9 Crosby St., New York, NY 10013 and reservations can be made at www.nomosoho.com or by calling (646) 218-6400. Follow NoMo SoHo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
PHOTO RENDERINGS of the penthouse are available for high resolution download. Please credit to NoMo SoHo.
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