60 Thompson is a 100-room boutique hotel situated in the heart of Manhattan’s trendy SoHo District. 60 Thompson has an ideal location from which to visit New York City’s art galleries, theaters, cafes, restaurants, designer boutiques and trendy shops.
60 Thompson NY is a magnet for downtown celebrities making its 2 bars excellent places to people watch.
The exclusive A60 bar on the hotel’s rooftop terrace offers beautiful views of NYC including the Empire State Building, while the Thom Bar, featuring an extensive cocktail list is adjacent to the hotel lobby. 60 Thompson also features the fabulous restaurant, Kittichai, with contemporary Thai cuisine. Whether in New York City for business or leisure, 60 Thompson is a great place to stay for great service and a trendy atmosphere.
Features and Amenities
Rooms at 60 Thompson feature beds with custom made 400-thread-count SFERRA linens, marble bathrooms with mosaic floors, separate showers and soaking tubs, an LCD flat-screen TV, iPod docking station, a mini-bar featuring Dean & Deluca gourmet snacks and more.
Cozy up in your Frette terry cloth robe and enjoy all of life’s luxuries. Larger deluxe rooms offer a private balcony with unobstructed views of the Manhattan Skyline, a separate living room with oversized pull-out sofa and a wet bar.
Guests can take advantage of round the clock concierge Services, 24 hour In-room dining, twice-daily Housekeeping service with turn down, access to the exclusive guests and members only rooftop bar, valet parking, airport transportation and chauffeured car services, wifi internet throughout the hotel, business services available, a state of the art fitness center, and daily delivery of domestic newspapers (with international newspapers available by request).
Kittichai Restaurant, a thai eatery that can be found on the lower level of 60 Thompson, is chic and delicious dining at its best.
From the talents behind Indochine, BondSt and Republic comes this world-class culinary paean to Thai cuisine. Designed to serve the guest population of the hotel as well as the daily rhythms of broader downtown diners, Kittichai embodies the cuisine, design, and dress of Thai culture.
If drinks are what you crave, the seductive and luxuriously designed lounge serves an extensive cocktail list with a bar menu by Kittichai, making it ideal for early cocktails or late-night get-togethers. There are DJs nightly starting at 10pm.
The historic SoHo neighborhood (“SOuth of Houston”) is bounded by Houston Street to the north and Canal Street to the south.
Originally known as the Cast Iron District due to the many buildings with such façades, SoHo’s historic roots date to the mid-19th Century, when cast iron was discovered as an architectural material that was cheap, flexible, yet sturdy enough to use to build decorative building facades. Craftsmen transformed what had been rather bleak looking industrial buildings made of brick and mortar into structures of architectural splendor and grace.
SoHo today still exhibits the greatest concentration of cast iron architecture in the world. SoHo’s decorative facades, along with its ornate fire escapes, Corinthian columns, oversized windows, and beautiful lobbies, are the signature features of a neighborhood that first-time visitors often instantly fall in love with.
Great restaurants are literally everywhere you turn in SoHo, and they are well-known for both the fine cuisine they serve and their stylish milieus.
The French bistro Balthazar, the romantic new American cuisine of Savoy, and authentic Raoul’s and Fiamma for Italian fare are all highly recommended.
Along West Broadway you’ll find celebrity hotspot, Cipriani Downtown, Barolo, and the inviting, often open-windowed façade and lively atmosphere at Felix. For Japanese cuisine two blocks over on Sullivan Street you can dine at Blue Ribbon Sushi.
Beloved for its neighborly old world beauty and charm, and its nearly skyscraperless skyline, SoHo has also become a favored choice for luxury hotel dwellers, especially among those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of midtown Manhattan.
At the lower end of West Broadway near Canal Street sits the noble SoHo Grand, a popular overnight choice for visiting celebrity clientele, and on the western side of SoHo lies 60 Thompson.