Inspirato has so many incredible luxury hotel partners, from the Ritz-Carlton to Aman. But for the first time, we’re so proud to announce our own first boutique hotel experience, located exclusively within the Dominick Hotel in New York City.


Inspirato SoHo
is a collection of 26 luxury suites and penthouses, all located on the 30th floor of the hotel and up. These upscale accommodations offer stunning views of New York, along with a host of other amenities.


After a day exploring the city that never sleeps, get some much-needed pampering time with a treatment at the on-site spa, North America’s first BABOR Signature Spa. The hotel’s rooftop pool, an upscale oasis, boasts sweeping views of Manhattan  and private cabanas. Sweat it out at the 24-hour fitness center, with state-of-the-art equipment like Peloton bikes and MIRROR. And at Vestry, a Michelin-starred restaurant offering fresh and inventive seafood dishes helmed by Chef Saun Hergatt, the wagyu beef, served with a side of potato puree and miso mustard, is a can’t-miss experience.

Where to stay


Which suite you choose within Inspirato SoHo depends on the type of trip you’re taking (though you likely won’t be disappointed with any of them). For a business trip or solo getaway to the city, the Rockefeller SoHi One-Bedroom Suite or Jeter SoHi One Bedroom are a perfect fit. Two-bedroom options like the Hudson SoHi Suite or Greenwich SoHi Suite are perfect for a joint couples’ getaway or small family trip. And for a truly opulent experience, opt for the Astor Junior Penthouse on the 42nd floor, featuring 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Hudson River and the city.

What to do


Situated within the heart of Lower Manhattan, ultra-trendy SoHo is home to a host of shops, parks, art galleries, and inventive restaurants. In fact, the street on which Inspirato SoHo is located is a historic one: Many of the surrounding buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places.

At the Museum of Ice Cream, explore immersive, sensory exhibits dedicated to one of Americans’ favorite treats. Just around the corner from the museum, Balthazar, a legendary French brasserie, offers some of the best Parisian cuisine that the city has to offer. And for a little physical activity, stroll some of New York’s most famous green spaces, like Washington Square Park and Union Square Park, all just a quick walk from the hotel’s location on the western boundary of SoHo.

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