The Mercer

Rated 8.8 in 215 reviews. 75 rooms.

★★★★★

The Mercer is Soho's foremost luxury hotel, offering 75 guest rooms on six floors of a landmark Romanesque revival building in one of New York's most exclusive neighborhoods. The first hotel to offer an authentic taste of loft living, The Mercer is both home and hotel.

Sister hotel to Hollywood's Chateau Marmont, The Mercer bespeaks elegance, subtlety and intimacy. An all-encompassing philosophy of distinction extends to every detail. At The Mercer, we regard every staff member as our guests' personal concierge and the front desk as their private secretary-an impeccable level of service that only a small luxury hotel can provide.

Located in Soho, this luxury hotel is a 5-minute walk from Washington Square Park and Little Italy. It features 24-hour concierge service and loft-style rooms.

Each of the spacious and contemporary rooms at The Mercer has high ceilings and is equipped with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. The marble bathroom includes a walk-in shower with body sprays. Video game systems are available upon request.

This New York hotel provides private exercise trainers, massage therapists, and yoga lessons. Dog walking services are available as well as valet parking and limousines with professional drivers. The lobby boasts a large book and magazine library.

The Mercer Kitchen is a 2-level restaurant serving unique American cuisine in a casual atmosphere. It has a café area that overlooks the streets of Soho.

Times Square is 4.8 km from The Mercer Hotel. The World Trade Center Memorial Site is just 2.7 km away.

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A guide to great places nearby The Mercer

  1. Lure Fishbar

    A definite HuffPost favorite, make sure to order the yellowtail jalapeno roll and ask for the Bash Burger (it's delicious). For dessert, ice cream sandwiches.

    27 m from hotel
    142 Mercer St

  2. UNIQLO

    Combines comfort, trend, technology (as seen in their Heat Tech collection) and affordability to turn its three-story flagship into the spot for skinny jeans and colorful basics. [Racked 38 Member]

    150 m from hotel
    546 Broadway

  3. Piperlime

    They managed to translate their e-commerce only business into a brick and mortar in a way that's both true to the brand and the shopper experience. Very impressive.

    160 m from hotel
    121 Wooster St

  4. La Colombe Torrefaction

    These guys know how to make a seriously good cup of coffee. Gotta love their latte, and in the summer, it's superb on ice.

    209 m from hotel
    270 Lafayette St

  5. Balthazar Restaurant

    If your steak tartare tastes just a wee bit different than usual, thank Philippe Bertineau, the restaurant’s new head chef, who previously cooked at Payard.

    242 m from hotel
    80 Spring St

  6. Gasoline Alley Coffee

    DANGER: They have doughnuts from Dough. Blood Orange is my favorite.

    324 m from hotel
    331-325 Lafayette St.

  7. Dominique Ansel Bakery

    Ahem. They have Frozen S'mores now.

    386 m from hotel
    189 Spring St

  8. The Smile

    Try the harissa honey-roasted chicken sandwich. It comes with sweet roasted peppers, melted manchego, and preserved-lemon mayo, and is one of our 101 Best Sandwiches in NY.

    430 m from hotel
    26 Bond St

  9. Peels

    Check out the latest offering from the Freeman's folks for an accessible, all-day menu of egg dishes like the Yosemite (poached, with succotash), and the inventive “build-a-biscuit” program.

    0.6 km from hotel
    325 Bowery

  10. Washington Square Park

    Home to a free summer music festival since 1953, where music “usually heard in the sanctity (some might say imprisonment) of small concert halls” mixes with the elements, as described in 1987.

    0.7 km from hotel
    W 4th St

  11. Katz's Delicatessen

    Pastrami On Rye With Brown Mustard: A thing of unparalleled beauty. Anthony Bourdain, No Reservations

    1.0 km from hotel
    205 E Houston St

  12. High Line

    Built in the 30s, this was an active railway until 1980. "Friends of the High Line" formed in 1999 with the idea of turning it into an elevated park similar to the Promenade Plantée in Paris.

    2.5 km from hotel
    btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St