From its skyline-backed rooftop pool to its priceless collection of contemporary art, the recently-debuted ModernHaus SoHo is sure to become the hottest destination of the summer.
The property was formerly the James Hotel, which shuttered in the early days of the pandemic. In addition to a design revamp courtesy of Thor Equities Group and interior design consultant Melissa Bowers, the re-launched luxury hotel boasts a brand new greenhouse-inspired eatery, Veranda, helmed by Michelin-starred chef George Mendes in partnership with hospitality veteran David Rabin, along with a second-floor breakfast and cocktail bar called Jumpin Jacks.
And don't you worry, fan-favorite rooftop watering hole, Jimmy, has remained, albeit with a fresh facelift.
As for the 114 guest rooms? Expect sleek, modern interiors inspired by the Bauhaus movement, as well as a gallery-worthy display of artwork by the likes of Alexander Calder, Hans Hartung, George Condo, Nicolas Party, and Kaws. A true homage to the neighborhood's historic art scene.
While every room offers a chic and spacious experience, the hotel's crown jewel is its 16th floor Gallery Penthouse, which boasts postcard-worthy views of the Manhattan Bridge and Freedom Tower, a separate living room and dining room complete with 12-person table, and a 1,300 square foot open floor plan.
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[Photos by Nikolas Koenig courtesy ModernHaus]