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This buzzing, trendy Tribeca hotel, named after a famous local 1920s cinema as well as a 1990s nightclub, attracts the hip set and is situated in one of Manhattan's liveliest areas, with Little Italy, Chinatown and Soho nearby. It boasts sassy 1970s-inspired interior design and a host of fab features including a cocktail bar, cinema, jazz club, eateries, hair salon and more. It's within easy reach of Lower Manhattan attractions and nearby subways make exploration further afield effortless. The 201 funky guest rooms and suites feature mid-century modern furniture, fittings and décor; children and pets are well catered for and there's regular live music, and bikes freely available.



The hotel is in a location for lively nightlife, a great choice of eateries and bars all around.

Within a 15-minute walk, you'll find City Hall Park, One World Observatory and the September 11 Memorial & Museum.
By plane: flights from London, Manchester or Edinburgh to New York take 7 hours. It's a one-hour drive from JFK airport. Parking costs $35 per day.

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Style & Character

The hotel suits people who enjoy being on-trend in colourful, quite riotous surroundings. We loved the fun, 1980s-inspired, pink-hued cocktail bar.

Service & Facilities

There's a choice of cool locations for a drink and perhaps some live music.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Bike hire
  • Cinema
  • Games
  • Free Wi-Fi


The very spacious Penthouse features marble walls, a huge TV, private roof terrace and great views of downtown Manhattan. We loved the vinyl record player and Marshall speaker in the Studios, Suites and Penthouse Suite.

Roxy, Deluxe, Roxy Deluxe, Studio, Loft Suite, Suite, Deluxe Suite, Penthouse
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes, hairdryer, Smeg fridge, Tivoli radio, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The atmospheric subterranean jazz club, The Django, has vaulted ceilings, vintage lamps and exposed brick walls. There are two cocktail bars, a dining area and a stage for live performances. We recommend the fresh oysters at the snazzy oyster bar.

The Django: jazz club, cocktail bar, open dining. Open daily from 7pm (6pm Sun).
Roxy Bar: American cuisine, hand-crafted cocktails. Dishes include lobster cobb and NY strip steak. All-day dining, open daily.
The Oyster Bar: intimate raw bar, locally sourced seafood.

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