HIP AND HISTORIC SOHO
Tucked between SoHo and the Hudson, Hotel Hugo is a stylish and sophisticated newcomer in Manhattan’s emerging West SoHo neighborhood. Echoing the area’s rich history – it was here that George Washington coined the term “New Yorker” – and industrial vibe, this show-stopping hotel exudes the contemporary luxury and bohemian chic that make Lower Manhattan a modern-day mecca for artists, publishers and design enthusiasts.
Designed by renowned architect Marcello Pozzi, this elegant yet altogether approachable retreat draws inspiration from the area’s art-meets-industrial atmosphere, effortlessly blending raw materials with modern finishes to create environments that evoke both trend and tradition. Whether you’re sipping a cocktail at the hotel’s sparkling glass-enclosed rooftop bar or dining in our new restaurant, Cafe Hugo, Manhattan's newest hotel has a style and spirit all its own.
The hotel’s prime Greenwich Street location offers spectacular views of the Hudson River and beloved and iconic New York City landmarks including the Freedom Tower and Statue of Liberty.