Former Trump Soho re-opens as The Dominick

The Dominick

The former Trump Soho officially converted today to become The Dominick. The luxury independent hotel, located at 246 Spring Street, consists of 391 guestrooms across 46-stories, and offers views of Manhattan and the Hudson River. The hotel includes a spa, outdoor pool, three food and beverage venues and banquet and event space, and officially became a part of Preferred Hotels & Resorts' Legend Collection, one of only three hotels with this distinction in New York City. 

“The debut of The Dominick marks a new start for the continuation of the level of luxury service that has been set at this hotel,” Sharon Telesca-Feurer, acting director of sales and marketing of The Dominick, said in a statement. “We look forward to introducing new and exciting offerings for our new and returning guests.”

All existing room reservations will be honored by The Dominick with no action required by the traveler, and staff will remain during the transition.

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The hotel's 391 rooms and suites average 605 square feet, ranging from 422 square feet to 2,331 square feet, including ten two-bedroom penthouses. Each room has floor-to-ceiling windows that offer uninterrupted views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River. Each guestroom is furnished by Fendi Casa, and includes hand-finished details of precious metals, new-generation fabrics and technology. Each room is also outfitted with Nespresso machines, microwave ovens and an in-room dining menu. The Dominick will soon announce local partnerships for the artisanal mini bar products in the coming months.

The Spa offers tailored spa services, including the first luxury hammam in New York City. The spa’s facilities include nine private treatment rooms, salon services, indoor and outdoor relaxation areas. The Spa also offers salon and in-room hair and makeup services.

The Dominick also offers a wide range of meeting and event spaces, all with floor-to-ceiling windows with a focus on natural light. The SoHo Ballroom, a reception space designed for up to 300 guests, The Hudson Square Ballroom, complete with a private outdoor terrace, and two smaller boardrooms are designed for executive meetings and can accommodate a range of event needs. SoHi, the hotel’s event space on its 46th floor, includes 13-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer views of Manhattan on three sides.

New restaurant Spring & Varick offers a modern American cuisine, and was designed by Lesly Bernard. The restaurant plays on art deco meets modern décor with a rotating mix of local art adorning the walls. 

Another restaurant, Jones, is located on the lobby level. Adoring the walls are light boxes featuring the likenesses of Sophia Loren, Neil Armstrong, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra.

The Dominick is located where SoHo meets TriBeCa and the West Village at 246 Spring Street, New York, NY, 10013, at the corner of Spring Street and Varick Street.

The Dominick Hotel is managed by an affiliate of CIM Group, which through another affiliate owns the majority of the hotel units within the condominium.

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