The Mercer hotel is not just a place to stay, it is an experience that flings you in the heart of SoHo’s vibrant culture. As soon as you step inside its lobby, you’re greeted by a welcoming atmosphere that exudes style and sophistication.

Its aesthetic is a perfect blend of old and new styles that features exposed brick walls, cast-iron columns and soaring ceilings, all paired with sleek, contemporary furnishings and artworks. The hotel boasts seventyfour luxurious rooms, each one uniquely designed by Christian Liaigre to create a refined as well as comfortable atmosphere.

The lobby is a masterpiece of modern design, spotlighting a dramatic black and white color scheme which creates a bold yet timeless aesthetic. The space is bathed in natural light, producing a warm and inviting ambiance that leads you to linger and take in the surroundings.

As you make your way to your room, every aspect has been meticulously thought out to achieve a flawless integration of opulence and coziness. Rooms are generous and luminous, provided with large windows that offer a glimpse into the lively cultural scene of the neighborhood.

But it’s not just the physical space that makes SoHo’s first hotel so special. This place has a certain energy that’s hard to describe – a feeling that you’re part of something bigger than yourself. Perhaps it’s the sense of history that permeates the building, or the knowledge that so many legendary figures have passed through its doors… It’s no wonder that The Mercer has become a favorite spot among celebrities and discerning travelers alike. It’s been rumored infact, that Marc Jacobs, Leonardo DiCaprio and Johnny Depp are among the A-listers who have stayed at the hotel.

Of course, The Mercer it’s also a hub for creativity and innovation. The lodge has played host to countless events, from fashion shows to film premieres, and it’s a favorite among artists, writers and musicians. The creative energy is palpable.

A destination where history and modernity intersect, where luxury and comfort are seamlessly blended, and where artistry and inspiration are celebrated. Whether you’re visiting New York for the first time or you’re a seasoned traveler, you’ll be surprised how time can stand still in there.
The Mercer, that’s it.

Text: Daniele Tancredi

Photo Courtesy of The Mercer, visit website for more information

Special thanks to Michel Heredia