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Courtyard New York Manhattan/SoHo

181 Varick Street · New York, New York 10014 USA

  • 1-212-414-8282

Experience SoHo

  • 1-212-414-8282

The Courtyard New York Manhattan/SoHo is in the perfect location to explore all of the sights, sounds and tastes of SoHo and its surrounding neighborhoods. Our hotel near West Village New York is within walking distance of the area's most popular attractions, including New York University, Parsons School of Design and The New School.


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SoHo (South of Houston Street)

SoHo is a fashionable neighborhood with impressive 19th century cast-iron architecture, cobblestone streets and stylish boutiques. It is known as a shopping mecca, with boutique-lined streets and high-end street peddlers and artists showcasing their work.


Nightlife

Our SoHo New York hotel is located just steps from City Winery, one of western SoHo's favorites, where they make their own bottles and host a variety of music and special events almost nightly. Nearby Prince and Spring Streets offer many other entertainment options, from cafés to lounges to beloved neighborhood pubs frequented by locals.


NoHo (North of Houston)

With Bleeker Street in the heart of NoHo, here is where you will find trendy lounges, stylish restaurants and amazing antique shops, perfect for browsing.

NoLita (North of Little Italy)

Just a short walk east from SoHo proper, this neighborhood is known for its incredible shopping on Mulberry, Mott and Elizabeth streets. You won't regret a visit to the New Museum of Contemporary Art on the Bowery.


Little Italy

Little Italy is a popular destination with old-world charm and numerous opportunities to get your fill of the most delectable Italian dining and treats. Visit the Old St. Patrick's Church and Police Building in-between meals.


TriBeCa (Triangle Below Canal Street)

One of the city's most chic and exclusive neighborhoods, Tribeca is chockfull of artists' lofts, galleries, designer shops, and some of the best restaurants. It is home to the TriBeCa Film Center and Miramax headquarters, as well as historic cobblestone streets evoking a bygone era.


Alphabet City (Avenues A, B, C and D)

Not familiar with Alphabet City? Located North of East Houston Street, this area has come alive in recent years with French bistros, chic shops and local pubs.

Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village offers a combination of downtown charm, trendy boutiques and eclectic dining near our hotel in SoHo New York. It is known for its artistic past, claiming Mark Twain, Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollock, Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs, among many others, as previous residents. Stonewall Inn, known as the birthplace of the gay rights movement, is also located here.


East Village

The East Village, once a favorite of flower children listening to music at the Fillmore East, is now a mix of kitschy boutiques, music clubs, diverse restaurants and several off-off-Broadway theatres.


West Village

Some of the city's most charming, historic brownstones can be found in the West Village. Three colleges, New York University, Parsons School of Design and the New School for Social Research, provide an atmosphere of creativity and youth.

Also Nearby

Chinatown

To walk the streets of Chinatown is to walk through NYC's past. Chatham Square is at the intersection of seven major streets, including Bowery and Mott. Visitors will enjoy far-flung wares and culinary delights with wonderful dining and shopping throughout the busy streets.


World Trade Center Memorial

A day we will never forget. Visit the 9/11 Memorial for an educational and historical moment, honoring the victims and examining 9/11 and its continued global significance.



NYU

With over 40,000 students, NYU's campus buildings are spread throughout the city. New York University has helped attract generations of writers, musicians, artists, and intellectuals to NYC. Learn what all the excitement is about with a visit to this great institution.

What Makes Us Unique

Spend your day exploring New York City, then return to your guest room and relax on signature Marriott bedding with thicker mattresses and luxurious linens. Stay connected with complimentary high-speed Internet access throughout our hotel.


Enjoy breakfast at our Table 181 SoHo Café with healthy food and beverage options, including Starbucks® coffee. We look forward to hosting you at our hotel!


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