The Mercer


  • Great location
  • Sophisticated design touches
  • Celebrity sightings in lobby


  • Service inconsistent
  • Some tight rooms

Published 06/26/2015

Fodor's Review

Owner André Balazs has a knack for dating Hollywood starlets and channeling a neighborhood sensibility, and here it's SoHo loft all the way. The Mercer is superbly situated in the heart of SoHo's myriad name-brand stores, although you wouldn't know it once inside the lobby, a minimalist oasis created by acclaimed French designer Christian Liaigre. Most guest rooms are generously sized, with high ceilings and walk-in closets, but the lowest-priced rooms are a tight 250 square feet. Dark African woods and custom-designed furniture upholstered in muted solids lend serenity with sophistication. Some bathrooms feature decadent two-person marble tubs surrounded by mirrors. Downstairs is the always-happening lobby with 24-hour food and bar service for guests and the popular Mercer Kitchen. Beware the inconsistent service, which runs from friendly to indifferent.

Hotel Information


147 Mercer St., at Prince St., New York, New York, 10012, USA

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212-966–6060; 888-918–6060

Hotel Details:

  • 68 rooms, 7 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 06/26/2015


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