Unique NYC Event Spaces Offer Uptown Elegance With Downtown Edge
Uptown elegance meets downtown edge at The Dominick Hotel, located where SoHo meets TriBeCa and the West Village. As the only Five-Diamond property in New York City's SoHo neighborhood, the 46-story, 391-room hotel is steps from world-class galleries, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife and boasts unrivaled views of the city's spectacular skyline, the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade, Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and its surrounding neighborhoods.
With over 12,000 square feet of customizable indoor and outdoor space, The Dominick offers the largest options for event planners in SoHo and TriBeCa. Unique spaces include SoHi, perched on the 46th floor with jaw-dropping vistas and the seasonal outdoor pool deck that can be rented for private and semi-private events from May through September.
All event spaces feature floor-to-ceiling windows with an abundance of natural light. The SoHo Ballroom, an elegant reception space for up to 300 guests, The Hudson Square Ballroom, complete with a private outdoor terrace, and two smaller boardrooms are perfect for executive meetings and can accommodate a range of event needs. SoHi, the hotel's 46th-floor event space, features 13-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer unparalleled views of Manhattan on three sides, making it the perfect place for a more intimate 100-person event. The Dominick's team of meeting professionals creates elegant events for its guests and offers group packages that can be customized for every client.
For groups needing sleeping rooms, The Dominick offers some of the city's largest guest rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, all of which are outfitted with Fendi Casa furnishings, deep-soaking bathtubs, and natural light. Ten two-bedroom penthouse suites are complemented with remarkable city and river views that underscore a bold vantage point.
Event attendees will enjoy the world-class spa—the first BABOR Signature Spa in the U.S., debuting this spring—as well as a new signature restaurant and cocktail bar, opening this summer.