Most famously known for the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca is located in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Listed as the wealthiest ZIP code in New York City, the neighborhood of Tribeca offers the trendiest chains of restaurants, an exciting art scene and a large collection of architecture that reminisces pre-Civil War days.
While Midtown is completely packed with hotels, this southern Manhattan neighborhood has limited hotels to offer, but those that are absolutely worth indulging in.
Let’s take a look at 5 hotels that you must check out next time you’re visiting Tribeca, New York City.
1. Roxy Hotel Tribeca
In line with Tribeca’s industrial beginnings, this mid-century contemporary hotel offers 201 of the most luxurious accommodations. From Champagne toasts on arrival to live entertainment at the Django Club and the Roxy Bar, the Hotel’s All Access Fee lets you enjoy the best of Roxy at a price of $34.95 plus tax per night.
The fee also provides access to their premium cinema, the Blackstones Salon and even complementary NYC calls to their guests. If you’re travelling from outside of New York and want to experience the city like a local, Roxy Hotel offers a Neighborhood Guide which will make you feel right at home!
If you’re feeling particularly extravagant, enjoy the panoramic views of Downtown New York through the Penthouse 8. You will find windows that are spread from the ceiling, all the way down to the floor giving you the most scenic views the city has to offer.
Located on 2 6th Avenue, Roxy Hotel Tribeca is sure to tantalize all of your comfort-seeking senses and ensure that you experience New York City in world-class luxury.
Book here: The Roxy Hotel Tribeca
2. Duane Street Hotel
Duane Street Hotel is one of the most stylish boutique Tribeca hotels you will find in Downtown, New York City. Located in the heart of Tribeca, Duane Street Hotel offers unmatched hospitality and design to its guests.
The hotel is a true embodiment of the high end, loft-living culture of New York City’s elite. Guests seeking sophistication combined with pure class will find staying at the Duane Street Hotel an unforgettable experience.
The 43 luxury bedrooms offer the most lavish comforts of residential living, including a set of classic books to satisfy your end-of-the-day unwinding rituals after a long day in the bustling neighborhood.
Enjoy the surrounding Tribeca neighborhood during the day. Head over to SoHo’s lively shops or to the West Village to uncover some of the hidden-off bars. Hungry for some Italian food? Little Italy is just around the corner. How about some dumplings? Right this way! Don’t feel like walking there? Take a bike instead.
Come back to the Duane Street Hotel after a long day out to experience the relaxation of a lifetime. The knowledgeable staff, along with the sophisticated amenities the hotel has to offer are sure to make your stay at the hotel one of the best in the city.
Book here: Duane Street Hotel
3. Frederick Hotel
An enviable location, The Frederick Hotel is one of the longest-running hotels in the neighborhood. Built-in the 1840’s, the building that now hosts the Frederick Hotel was built Gothic Revival style.
The hotel has since been elegantly redesigned to complement the surrounding neighborhood of Tribeca. Still, you will find plenty of vintage accents throughout the rich-looking, mid-century contemporary décor to serve as a reminder of times long (but not quite) gone.
Playing on its landmark history in New York City, The Frederick Hotel offers a one-of-a-kind experience to its guests with exposed brick, antique-looking fixtures and luxurious amenities at your disposal.
Along with a variety of luxury rooms and suites, enjoy upscale in-room dining by Serifina Tribeca . Fancy cocktails at Primo’s, on-demand studio cycling classes at the state-of-the-art gym and Five Wits bath enmities are sure to make your stay at The Frederick Hotel extremely memorable.
Book here: Frederick Hotel
4. AKA Tribeca
Showcasing a designer lobby, AKA Tribeca is a haven of chic fashion combined with class located in the Lower Manhattan neighborhood. Offering luxury guestrooms, the AKA Tribeca is the 6th AKA location in New York and also the newest.
Whether it’s the stylish meeting spaces, the Little Park restaurant or the high-end cocktail bar, AKA Tribeca is sure to blow you away with its class and beauty. The restaurant offers specially-drafted world-class menus by award-winning Andrew Carmellini, Luke Ostrom, and Josh Pickard. You have to dine in at this treat of a restaurant at least once during your stay.
While the gorgeously designed meeting spaces make this a perfect hotel for those traveling for business, it is also ideal for a quick weekend retreat if you are traveling for leisure.
Book here: AKA Tribeca
5. The Greenwich Hotel
The Greenwich Hotel, part of the Grand Luxury Group is home to a collection of 88 lavish rooms that exhibit the most spectacular art from all over the world. Each room is unique, so it’s safe to assume that no other guest staying at the hotel with you is experiencing the exact same room experience as yours.
The elite lounge, or The Drawing Room, is exclusively accessible only to guests staying at the hotel. With the style and coziness it has to offer, you are likely to want to spend a lot of your time in here. The Courtyard is another special feature of the Greenwich Hotel which is an outdoor welcoming space, also exclusive to guests staying at the hotel.
The Greenwich Hotel also offers a Japanese-inspired spa, Shibui, with a beautiful swimming pool – definitely one of the best in New York. Also available to guests is a gorgeous library for those who want to satisfy the reader in them surrounded by all the comforts in life they could possibly ask for.
The neighborhood of Tribeca is full of food, art, culture and film experiences waiting to happen. If you want your hotel to feel just as elite as the area you’re discovering, stay at any one of these five hotels to experience the best of New York, Tribeca style!
Book here: The Greenwich Hotel