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Soho New York vs Soho London City Guide

The battle of best ‘Soho’ is on - New York or London? Let our Soho City Guide to help you decide!

We’re celebrating the launch of our Soho Weekend Bag by bringing you the ultimate Soho New York and Soho London City Guide, so you can be in the know of where to stay, eat and drink! You can thank us later…

Formerly the Trump Soho, this stunning hotel oozes luxury and brings a completely new perspective of Manhattan. This impressive 46-story hotel sits pretty in one of the city's most exciting neighborhoods. Providing unparalleled views of the city from floor to ceiling windows in the Soho suites, the view is as breathtaking as the interiors; think clean lines and earthy materials, dim lighting and dark wood accents.

La Mercerie is a French café in Soho where you can eat excellent food while admiring the extremely Instagrammable interiors (because who doesn’t love plush velvet sofas, wood & marble accents and fresh flowers?!) . Headed up by chef Marie-Aude Rose, this all-day cafe is lavish without being intimidating, and the simple menu boasts classic French dishes that are sure to delight every palate.

Located in Soho, the gorgeous Vestry sits nestled between art studios and modern museums on cobblestone streets, offering all that visit an inspiring evening full of authentic seafood dishes and tasty cocktails (we suggest the Smoke & Fire!). Vestry is truly stunning inside, and outside for that matter, featuring chic, modern decor which makes for the pitstop from bustling New York City.

In the midst of Soho and moments from Mayfair, Ham Yard has an urban village feel. The hotel revolves around a tree-filled garden with a bronze sculpture centrepiece, and the lush interiors are to die for! You won’t be bored here, as the hotel boasts a stylish restaurant (serving an ever-changing menu that revolves around the freshest seasonal produce) and bar, chic interiors, a state-of-the-art theater, shops, a courtyard, and a 1950s bowling alley!

Alto by San Carlo is one of London’s most iconic dining destinations; an exclusive Italian restaurant and rooftop sanctuary with a stunning al fresco terrace and bar, perched atop one of the world’s most prestigious department stores – Selfridges, London. This spectacular Italian hideaway has a day-to-night menu of seasonal Italian dishes, from the finest seafood and pasta to grilled specialties, seasonal salads and authentic gelato desserts - yum!

Bob Bob Ricard Soho, the iconic London restaurant, serves classic British & French menu to an eclectic clientele in London’s most glamorous all-booth dining room. Equipped with a “Press for Champagne” button at every table (if you haven’t seen this on Instagram, where have you been?!), it is famous for pouring more champagne than any other restaurant in Britain!

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