“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Shop in Nolita until you drop at one of SoHo's sleek boutique hotels. The rebel child of Little Italy and SoHo, North of Little Italy ("NoLIta") packs indie fashion boutiques and date-worthy bistros into 16 blocks. SoHo is older and grander, with narrow streets lined with wrought iron and glass lofts dating back to the Industrial Revolution. Rising rents mean galleries have been replaced by chain stores in SoHo, but it's still a fabulous place to stay. But if you want to score a table in SoHo, call ahead. SoHo has Manhattan's most notorious waiting lists, especially at Balthazar. Cosmopolitan date nights call for foreign cinema at SoHo's Film Forum and Italian-accented fare at Nolita bistros like Peasant or Balaboosta. Nolita is home to the 1809 Old St. Patrick Cathedral, but we won't blame you if you skip mass Sunday mornings.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Nolita

Aloft Harlem
Aloft Harlem
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4.1
859 reviews
2296 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York
from $179
Hotel Newton
Hotel Newton
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3.6
2002 reviews
2528 Broadway, New York
from $79
The Jewel facing Rockefeller Center
The Jewel facing Rockefeller Center
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3.8
1020 reviews
11 West 51st Street, New York
from $161
DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan - New York City
DoubleTree by Hilton Metropolitan - New York City
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3.4
5011 reviews
569 Lexington Ave, New York
from $109
New York Marriott Marquis
New York Marriott Marquis
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3.9
8076 reviews
1535 Broadway, New York
from $224
Pod 39
Pod 39
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3.5
3507 reviews
145 East 39th Street, New York
from $120
DoubleTree by Hilton New York City - Financial District
from $119
The Belvedere Hotel
The Belvedere Hotel
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3.7
7071 reviews
319 W 48th St, New York
from $386
Salisbury Hotel
Salisbury Hotel
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4.0
5955 reviews
123 W 57th St, New York
from $299
Hilton Garden Inn New York/West 35th Street
Hilton Garden Inn New York/West 35th Street
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4.0
4146 reviews
63 West 35th Street, New York
from $118
More About Hotels near Nolita...

Shop in Nolita until you drop at one of SoHo's sleek boutique hotels. The rebel child of Little Italy and SoHo, North of Little Italy ("NoLIta") packs indie fashion boutiques and date-worthy bistros into 16 blocks. SoHo is older and grander, with narrow streets lined with wrought iron and glass lofts dating back to the Industrial Revolution. Rising rents mean galleries have been replaced by chain stores in SoHo, but it's still a fabulous place to stay. But if you want to score a table in SoHo, call ahead. SoHo has Manhattan's most notorious waiting lists, especially at Balthazar. Cosmopolitan date nights call for foreign cinema at SoHo's Film Forum and Italian-accented fare at Nolita bistros like Peasant or Balaboosta. Nolita is home to the 1809 Old St. Patrick Cathedral, but we won't blame you if you skip mass Sunday mornings.

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