ALL ROOMS HAVE ONE KING BED. MAXIMUM TWO GUESTS PER ROOM SHARING ONE BED.
From Paula Szuchman for eLuxury: "Design Philosophy: A brick and cast-iron facade reflects the area’s architectural past, with high-tech concrete molded to look like turn-of-the-century limestone cornices. Inside, a wide atrium sweeps eight stories up to a glass ceiling, letting natural light onto the 10,000-square-foot lobby and the hallways on each floor. A Look Inside: Each of the 203 guest rooms is perhaps more wired than any other room in the city. Business amenities include high-speed Internet access and a printer/scanner/fax/copy machine. Even the bathroom, fitted with an airplane bathroom-like stainless steel sink and counter, has a TV so you never miss the latest headlines. Restaurants: Instead of a formal restaurant, food and cocktails are served in a ultra-hip lobby with low, lounge furniture and cafe-style tables. The Vibe: Once home to John F. Kennedy Jr., neighborhood residents include Robert DeNiro, Harvey Keitel, Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck. Luckily, the Tribeca Grand’s plush 98-seat screening room, the only one of its kind in a city hotel, will host enough previews to attract an eye-catching slew of celebrities."
From Frommers: "Set on a triangular plot just south of SoHo, the decidedly retro brick-and-cast-iron exterior blends perfectly with the surrounding neighborhood. The dramatic eight-story atrium lobby, with its soaring proportions, is consumed by the sexy Church Lounge, an upscale lounge and restaurant. Set along open atrium-facing corridors, the streamlined guest rooms boast generous built-in work space (with a Herman Miller Aeron chair) and state-of-the-art technology. A warm gold-and-red palette, interesting textures, and soft, glowing light emphasize luxury in the modern, utilitarian design."
From Fodors: "Enter this industrial-looking giant via a curving, 30-ft cleft-stone ramp and you'll find yourself looking up into an eight-story atrium. The popular Church Lounge serves as bar, café, and dining room well into the night. Twin glass elevators housed in a steel cage whisk you to hallways overlooking the atrium. The well-appointed, average-size rooms have a subdued color scheme of blue and cream. Like its sister, the SoHo Grand, the Tribeca Grand welcomes pets."
Year of Last Renovation:
Non Smoking Rooms:
3000 sq. feet
Holds 100 people
Policies / Expenses
Cancellation: Groups are noncancellable within 90 days. Prior to 90 days there is a partial cancellation penalty.
Typical Group Deposit:
Amenities / Features
Baggage storage facilities
Charge for early check out
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health centre
Internet - ethernet
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Office in room available
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Radio in room
24 hours room service
Safe in rooms
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Telephone in all rooms
Travellers cheques accepted
Pet Friendly? Yes! Pets are allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information
The three nearby airports are Newark Liberty (EWR), LaGuardia (LGA), and Kennedy (JFK). NYC hotels do not provide airport shuttles, one-way taxi is $25 to $35 and a variety of public transportation is also available.
Airport Shuttle?Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
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