- Daily fee for in-room Wi-Fi
- Standard rooms are small
- No pool or spa
- Pricey valet parking
Contemporary chain features a central location, but few amenities
Club Rooms have access to a large rooftop deck.
On a busy street, close to many subway lines and taxis
This downtown hotel is steps from the A, C, E subway lines and a short walk to others. Situated in the artsy Tribeca neighborhood, it is surrounded by chic galleries and award-winning restaurants like Nobu. This historic neighborhood is also famous for the annual Tribeca Film Festival held each spring. SoHo's shopping district, Chinatown, and Little Italy are also within walking distance of the hotel.
Aside from the black-and-white photographs of New York City, the rooms look fairly generic. They feature textured beige carpeting, warm yellow walls, red accents, and contemporary furniture crafted of wood, metal, and glass. All rooms have large desks and ergonomic chairs, though standard rooms lack mini-fridges and iPod docks.
Club Room guests have access to the Club Lounge for free non-alcoholic beverages and breakfast, as well as the spacious rooftop deck.
Small fitness center with modern equipment; no pool or spa
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