Sohotel New York
341 Broome Street
Welcome to a historic hotel with moderate rates The SohotelFirst known as The Westchester- then as The Occidental- then as The Pioneer- and now as the The SOHOTEL the oldest hotel in NYC is located in lower Manhattan off the Bowery Street at 341 Broome Street- a few steps from Little Italy and China Town. Built just North of the spot where the British once had a barrier gate- and where George Washington entered the Bowery with his troops and took command of the City- setting up the government of the United States on November 25- 1783. The place where William Waldorf Astor- the man for whom the *Waldorf Astoria* is named- John L Sullivan- Gentleman Jim Corbet- Big Tim Sullivan- the multi-millionaire and Robin Hood of politics- and the likes of Pat Forley- the politician- dined and had accommodation at the Pioneer- in those good old days.The great performers of their time- such as Weber and Field- George M. Cohen and Eddie Cantor are but a few of the many actors and songsters who succeeded in the Bowery theaters places like the Crystal Palace Emporium. The Historic Bowery was the place to be for pleasure- music and always for politics. From Sohotel you can walk to about 100 different Restaurants and you can enjoy nearby Museums- Art Galleries -Theaters - Shops- Movie Theaters- Music and Dancing Clubs in the neighborhood conveniently located within minutes of the hotel- Soho- Greenwich Village- Little Italy- China Town- and Tribeca.