The Dominick Hotel

Moods and edges.

Even at the nicest hotels, in-room dining can often feel like a letdown. Those pastries? Clearly not fresh-baked. That pizza? Tastes like it came from the freezer aisle. While hotel restaurants have upped their game, room service is still usually, and sadly, disappointing. But not at The Dominick.

It’s hard to go wrong when the in-room dinner menu includes kimchi fried rice topped with fried eggs, or tofu stir-fry with jasmine rice. There are the classics too, of course, but opt for something more adventurous and reap the delicious rewards.

Located in Lower Manhattan’s upscale Soho neighbourhood, The Dominick is the reincarnation of what used to be the Trump Soho (Trump Organization parted ways with owner CIM Group in late 2017). Since rebranding as The Dominick, the hotel has focused on service and sophistication in a strong and successful attempt to shed its former self.

Situated right on Spring Street, the contemporary, edgy hotel is a five-minute walk from the cultural hub of Cadillac House, and only about 10 minutes in the other direction to some of the area’s best shopping, from Michael Kors to Vancouver’s own Aritzia (which is deliciously located next to the iconic Balthazar French patisserie and brassiere). Soho is a great area in which to simply wander, getting lost among the awnings.

The Dominick is the only Five Diamond property in the neighbourhood, making it a fine choice for any urban sophisticate. Rooms—complete with opulent Fendi Casa furnishings—are sure to impress with views of the Manhattan skyline or the Hudson River. It’s hard not to fall in love with this city from above, especially when staring at it alongside a warming bowl of fried rice.

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Post Date:

May 10, 2018