Tribeca is one of Manhattan’s oddest blends, a district mixing the arty downtown cool of Soho with the big-money sheen of midtown, the spot where 19th-century cobblestones meet sleek industrial architecture, with a dash of bright light courtesy of the sun going down over the Hudson, and several of NYC's best restaurants. In comes the recently built Tribeca Grand, the only noteworthy hotel in the neighborhood. Distilling the essence of its surroundings, a commandable objective, took a few adjustments to the initial design but we are pleased to report that you will not be disappointed. Downtown funk comes in the form of the brick and iron facade, and that natural light can’t fail to penetrate the wide glass roof of the eight-story atrium, making most other New York hotels feel gloomy and claustrophobic by comparison. Rooms are organized around the atrium and though far from huge, are large enough, and exquisitely designed, hyper-modern yet authentically calming in tones of cream and blue. High-speed internet and a work desk with a Herman Miller Aeron chair ensure you’ll get your work done. No shortage of luxuries, either, including Frette linens and robes and a selection of We Live Like This bath amenities, which you’ll surely want to liberate. There’s a coffee nook on every floor, so you don’t have to brave the lobby scene before you’re looking one hundred percent—and it is a bit of a scene, to be honest. The Church Lounge, in the lobby, is an upmarket and in-demand bar and restaurant, intensely fashionable in the way only a few places in New York can be at one particular moment, with the kitchen open late enough to have saved many a carouser’s or jet-lagged guest’s life. Noise-damping technology ensures the sounds of revelry from down the bar won’t intrude on your sleep time, and there’s something to be said for the short trip from hot nightspot to hotel room, not to mention the Grand Sunday Brunch, which runs to three o’clock in consideration of the hardy souls who stayed up to see the bar close at the only-in-New-York hour of 4am.
Guests over the age of 18 are considered adults. Some rooms accommodate 3 or more. The "Grand Corner King" room sleeps up to 3 guests. For crib/cot, must book "All room types fit crib" room or larger. For 2 adults + rollaway bed, must book "Grand Corner King" or larger. For 2 adults + 2 kids beyond crib age, must book "None" room or larger. Connecting rooms available. Can be confirmed upon reservation.
Cribs are available and may be subject to an additional fee. Roll-away beds available and may be subject to an additional fee. No additional charges for kids beyond crib/roll-away.
Babysitting services provided by screened outside help at US$20 per hour. The restaurant is kid-friendly with high chairs. Concierge desk has a large kids' guide to our area of New York City
Emergency amenities include Diaper Pails and Special Kids' Bath and Shower Amenities.
Two Avenue of the Americas, New York City