The Roxy Hotel

Soho and Tribeca, New York

The hotel

The Roxy Hotel Tribeca is located on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa, two of downtown’s most affluent residential neighbourhoods, where cobblestone streets and historic cast iron buildings give way to the most exclusive boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. The Hotel’s triangular shape gives the property its inimitability, most evident in its interior’s soaring eight-story atrium. The expansive Church Lounge with low-lying furniture is an ideal place to lounge, meet, or work by day and the perfect place for cocktails with friends at night

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In the heart of TriBeCa and on 6th Avenue and Church Street. Only 1 block from the subway and within walking distance of SoHo, the Financial District, Little Italy and Chinatown. Transfer time from John F. Kennedy International Airport: 60 minutes.

Hotel information

201 rooms. All with air-conditioning, Samsung Smart TV, radio/CD player, gourmet mini-bar*, Smeg fridge, Tivoli clock radio with bluetooth, bathrobes by Frette, C.O Bigelow bath products and safe. Superior King Rooms are 245 sq ft with oversized windows and 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Rooms are slightly larger at 250 sq ft with floor to ceiling windows, 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

One Bedroom Suites are 410 sq ft and have high ceilings, oversized windows, a separate living area, TEAC turntables with custom vinyl collection, a Marshall speaker, Nespresso™ coffee machine and a full wet bar, with 1 king-size bed and sofa bed in the living area, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Roxy Bar (serving cocktails, shared plates and light meals, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). The Oyster Bar (open for dinner). The Django (jazz club with live entertainment, open for dinner). Jack's Stir Brew Coffee. Paul’s Cocktail Lounge (open Wed–Sat). Weekend brunch with live music (Sat and Sun). Roxy Cinema (118-seat cinema showing films, director and actor Q&A's and artist collaborations). 24-hour fitness centre. Blackstones NYC salon*. Concierge. Dry cleaning service*. Bicycle hire* (seasonal). 24-hour room service*. Complimentary WiFi. Valet parking $65 for standard vehicles and $75 for oversized vehicles, plus tax per day (payable locally, subject to change).

One person must be aged 18 years and over in each room.

*Denotes local charge. 

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating One night stay in NYC

May 5, 2020 Deena K

My wife and I were looking to switch things up and get out of our apartment on a Saturday night to do something fun and interesting. This hotel was the perfect place. Amazing aesthetic right when you walk in, cool and clean rooms, plenty to do once you are there and the MOST AMAZING SUNDAY BRUNCH. Can't recommend this place highly enough.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Fab hotel - expensive and not my ideal location personally, though and dreadful front desk service

Apr 15, 2020 CaspiaPam London, United Kingdom

I booked here because its sister hotel The Soho Grand doesn't have twin rooms. My personal preference would have been to be more in the Gramercy area rather than so far downtown but it's very easy to get everywhere from here - though if you're going uptown you'll need a cab. The rooms are fab, really lovely. Don't forget to order your pet room… Read more
I booked here because its sister hotel The Soho Grand doesn't have twin rooms. My personal preference would have been to be more in the Gramercy area rather than so far downtown but it's very easy to get everywhere from here - though if you're going uptown you'll need a cab. The rooms are fab, really lovely. Don't forget to order your pet room goldfish in advance! The bar is cool, and there's outside seating on the pavement. The interior design with the big atriumis fantastic. We didn't really eat here - too expensive and not our type of food - we tended to go to local diners and bars. My only real issue is the front desk and the time it took to check in. It was interminable and our rooms still weren't ready for hours. After a long transatlantic flight that really was the last thing we needed. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Fabulous hotel set in a time warp

Mar 18, 2020 Michael51923 Bridgwater, United Kingdom

The hotel is actually not that old but you are transported back to the 20’s quite an extraordinary hotel and a must stay in New York. The bar in the cellar is themed 1920’s jazz and so cool. Enjoy we did.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Love Tribeca!

Mar 13, 2020 KLMargie Key Largo, Florida

We usually stay in midtown but opted for Tribeca this visit. What a great choice! The Roxy staff was amazing. 5 Stars for Omar at the desk and Don at the door. You guys made us feel so welcomed. The jazz club downstairs was such a treat. We didn’t hear sirens and horns honking at night like in midtown. The neighborhood was fairly quiet and… Read more
We usually stay in midtown but opted for Tribeca this visit. What a great choice! The Roxy staff was amazing. 5 Stars for Omar at the desk and Don at the door. You guys made us feel so welcomed. The jazz club downstairs was such a treat. We didn’t hear sirens and horns honking at night like in midtown. The neighborhood was fairly quiet and there were many very good restaurants to eat at in close distance. I’m sure we will be back. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Favorite Hotel in NYC

Mar 11, 2020 ENTraveler23

I travel to NYC several times a year for work and The Roxy has become my home away from home, whenever in the city. The staff treat guests like family and are thoughtful about all aspects of a guest's stay. At some point, a hotel room is a hotel room - it's the people that transcends a guest stay to an AMAZING, memorable experience. I work in… Read more
I travel to NYC several times a year for work and The Roxy has become my home away from home, whenever in the city. The staff treat guests like family and are thoughtful about all aspects of a guest's stay. At some point, a hotel room is a hotel room - it's the people that transcends a guest stay to an AMAZING, memorable experience. I work in the hospitality industry and appreciate talented team members at hotels. The door/bellmen at The Roxy (Billy and Donald) are FANTASTIC. If I could clone them and hire them at my properties across the country, I would. The feel more like friends than "hotel employees", while still delivering impeccable service. Yadira and Stephanie in Sales also contributed to a great stay. On this trip, I was having a rough day and they sent a personalized amenity that instantly cured my anxiety as soon as I entered my room. This is the kind of love and care that guests receive at The Roxy. Each time I return to the Roxy, I feel like a member of the family. Read less