For the action-seekers, attention-getters, rabble-rousers, the Roxy Hotel and its surrounding neighborhood have long been a hub of creativity. The Tribeca Grand was the first major hotel in an area home to boldface celebrities and a dynamic mix of restaurants, shops, financial institutions and thriving independent film companies. Envisioned by Soho Grand Hotel owner Leonard Stern to be a sister property, Tribeca Grand long thrived.
In 2015, it was time for a second act. The name Roxy Hotel Tribeca was born, a name with its own scintillating New York history. Evoking the spectacular 1920s movie theater and the legendary ‘90s dance club, the Roxy is an electric destination for music, film, and art. Guest rooms were renovated and uniforms by Craig Robinson give a wink to the past, yet are modern and uniquely Roxy. And with new venues like Paul’s Cocktail Lounge, The Django jazz club, Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee and Blackstones Hairdressing, the hotel continues to be the pioneer it was born to be.
On a prime cobblestone corner on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa, The Roxy Hotel's location is utterly unrivaled in one of Manhattan’s most unique and rapidly-evolving neighborhoods. Complimentary hotel amenities include choice of daily newspaper, local phone calls, pet goldfish (upon request), seasonal bike hire, express Check-Out, and 24 hour fitness room.
Room amenities include:
100% Egyptian cotton bed and bath linen
Gourmet mini-bar with Smeg refrigerator and ready-to-pour cocktails curated by NYC’s Liquor Cabinet
Samsung Smart TV
Deluxe Tivoli with Bluetooth
Ironing board and iron
Custom bathrobes designed by Craig Robinson
Five Wits bath products
Wireless Internet with option to upgrade to premium WiFi