The James New York

633 reviews
Wed, November 13 – Thu, November 14 (1 night)
 |  1 room, 2 adults
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Stay in SoHo at The James

What Do the Rooms Include?

Many rooms feature reclaimed wood and eco-friendly elements like Keetsa pillows. Corner studios offer stunning views of uptown and downtown. One-bedroom apartments have a separate living area, and family suites combine corner studios and a queen guest room. The Penthouse Loft includes specialty extras like customized dining from David Burke Kitchen, Nespresso Espresso Machine, and a pantry stocked with complimentary snacks and drinks. All rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, iPod docking station, glass-enclosed bathroom with rain shower, and 24-hour room service available from David Burke Kitchen. Hotel staff fills complimentary triple-distilled water bottles twice daily.

What Amenities/Features Does The James Offer?

The James has outdoor spaces incorporated throughout, including an urban garden and rooftop pool deck, which offers guests a panoramic view of New York City. The hotel also features art from local, national, and international artists. The JIMMY Bar serves cocktails on the rooftop. The James Club offers complimentary snacks and refreshments and is open for guests to meet, relax, and enjoy spectacular views of the neighboring sculpture garden.

How Much Will a Stay at The James Cost? 

Rooms typically run $400-$650 per night. Suites start around $1,000 per night, and the Penthouse starts at $5,000 per night.

What Activities Are Popular Near The James?

SoHo is home to a lively arts scene and high-end boutique shopping. Guests also have some of New York City’s best restaurants with everything from oysters and French cuisine to American favorites, and all just a short walk from the hotel. 

What’s the Bottom Line?

The James is one of the hippest luxury New York City hotels. Highly integrated with its vibrant SoHo neighborhood, it works with local artists and offers cuisine from David Burke Kitchen, a top SoHo restaurant.


Overall Guest Score
"Internet works perfectly." "Free Wifi everywhere"
100% thought it was a great value.
"Terrific location." "Great location"
100% enjoyed the restaurants & bars nearby.
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Excellent hotel." "Great hotel" "Good restaurant in hotel"
"Food is delicious." "Restaurant is excellent"
84% were happy with the price.
71% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
"Great service." "Friendly staff"
89% found the staff to be very friendly.
75% said the reception staff was great.
"Nice rooms." "Modern, clean rooms"
99% thought the view was good.
85% were happy with the bathroom.
Hotel Building
"Building is pleasant." "Good roof top"
95% loved the terrace.
100% said the facilities were very new.
"Pleasant grounds." "Amazing rooftop pool"
Good to know...
Great shopping
Good restaurants & bars in the area
Great view
Affordable restaurant

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