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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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Only complaint is their ventilation system

Jan 28, 2021 Axle E New York City, New York

I honestly feel horrible giving this hotel 3 stars, since I absolutely LOVED the theme of the entire establishment along with how our bedroom was arranged. It felt magical as my girlfriend and I were walking through the lounge as we got to our bedroom, almost like we went back in time. The vibe kinda died down though, when we both started having… Read more
I honestly feel horrible giving this hotel 3 stars, since I absolutely LOVED the theme of the entire establishment along with how our bedroom was arranged. It felt magical as my girlfriend and I were walking through the lounge as we got to our bedroom, almost like we went back in time. The vibe kinda died down though, when we both started having trouble breathing... My girlfriend already made a review commenting on how horrible it was, as we tried to get the front desk and the hotel's engineer to make accommodations for us by cracking open the window as much as possible to having to lowering the overall room temperature to sixty degrees just to disconnect from the central heating system. We knew we didn't have COVID (since we recently got tested, and they even checked our temperatures), and we even took walks outside to verify our thoughts that it wasn't us. It was quite a shame we had to sacrifice heat just to breathe, and it was still no better after all we did. Even as I'm writing this review, I am struggling to breathe and I'm scared this place might have triggered my asthma. I will say though that guest services, the front desk, and the engineer were incredible at customer service and did everything they could. Aside from the breathing incident, the rooms were incredible, but I was taken aback that despite having a king size bed, the room didn't have more than one chair for eating. I found myself having to sit on my knees just so that my girlfriend and I could eat together. Other than the theme, I'd say the next best part of this place though was being able to bring our puppy and our cat. We actually had to book this hotel quite last minute, since we found out our last reservation didn't allow pets, so that's something I'll always appreciate from The Roxy as well. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Hotel has horrible ventilation system

Jan 28, 2021 allison_180

I came here with my boyfriend and we liked the theme and the room of the hotel was pretty nice, but after being in the room for a few hours we started to have trouble breathing. We asked the front desk to open the windows since they were bolted shut they needed to get an engineer to come open. After that, it still did not make matters better… Read more
I came here with my boyfriend and we liked the theme and the room of the hotel was pretty nice, but after being in the room for a few hours we started to have trouble breathing. We asked the front desk to open the windows since they were bolted shut they needed to get an engineer to come open. After that, it still did not make matters better considering they opened it just a crack. Eventually, we had to choose between suffocating (it was incredibly difficult to breathe in the room) and being in a 60 degree Fahrenheit room for the rest of our stay, neither of which were worth paying for. The front desk did all they could, and so did the hotel's engineer, so the service they provided was pretty good, but in the end, it was the stay in the room that ruined the experience. We got our temperature's checked in case it was COVID, and we were cleared of that- and we also went outside throughout the day, so we knew it was not just our lungs failing us. The Roxy Hotels ventilation system should be reconsidered. My boyfriend is still having trouble recovering in terms of breathing issues after our stay. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating The best place to stay in downtown NYC!

Jan 22, 2021 bernardlD8134AV

I’ve booked rooms at The Roxy Hotel twice in the past three months for stays with family and friends. Each visit we received top-notch service from check-in to check-out, excellent rates, and clean and spacious accommodations. All the staff are excellent, but one manager in particular, Sami Rahman, went above and beyond to make our stay special… Read more
I’ve booked rooms at The Roxy Hotel twice in the past three months for stays with family and friends. Each visit we received top-notch service from check-in to check-out, excellent rates, and clean and spacious accommodations. All the staff are excellent, but one manager in particular, Sami Rahman, went above and beyond to make our stay special and memorable. So if you’re looking for a five-star experience at a cool-but-classy downtown hotel in one of NYC’s hippest neighborhoods, head to The Roxy and ask for Sami. You won’t be disappointed! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating absolutely the most amazing experience

Jan 3, 2021 roxyandroll New York City, New York

First off, arriving at the Roxy - with its refined golden aesthetic and classy indirect lighting - was like taking a step back in time to enter the gilded age of NYC. Which is also borne out by the architecture of the surrounding area (the nexus of Tribeca and Soho - in my esteem, the best area in NYC) - and walking into our suite and looking out… Read more
First off, arriving at the Roxy - with its refined golden aesthetic and classy indirect lighting - was like taking a step back in time to enter the gilded age of NYC. Which is also borne out by the architecture of the surrounding area (the nexus of Tribeca and Soho - in my esteem, the best area in NYC) - and walking into our suite and looking out the of window, we could almost believe we were in Paris based on the building across the street. But back to first walking into the lobby... we were greeted with warmth, smiles, and glasses of Prosecco - of course, yes!! Which is the overall vibe of the Roxy: it truly feels like you're being welcomed home by family. A very congenial atmosphere; the diametric opposite of cold/clinical. And for this reason, also great for kids! We stayed at the Roxy with our 3 kids (and 2 cats!) and we really did immediately feel at home. So while being in a classy area of NYC - and in a specifically elegant, refined spot ("at the Roxy" indeed!) it's not at all pretentious - the best combination of homespun charm and elegant sophistication. We enjoyed it so much that we decided to extend our stay a few days. And here's where Sami the manager enters the picture. I haven't ever had such a warm and pleasant experience with hospitality. Example: my daughter (14 years old) recently got into vinyl records and jazz. Sami offered to go into the hotel LP collection and bring up a curated selection of records for her/us to enjoy (Coltrane, Freddie Hubbard, Marvin Gaye, etc.) - and yes, our room included a turntable. As an aside here, our room's decor was so elegant that my wife's friend (like her, from Italy) became obsessed with about a particular piece of furniture in the room. (Here's the story - they're all made specially for the hotel by a particular designer.) Speaking of hospitality, a few special nods to those at the Roxy who were so very gracious and helpful during our stay - Sami, Natia, Brendt, Arleene... And then there's the live jazz and music ("jazz at the Roxy", yes!). It's high level, and superb whether for lunchtime or dinnertime. We're planning to return, just to listen to music and say hi to our friends at the Roxy when live music resumes (post-Covid, that is - as it stands, we were able to catch the last few live sets before the indoor dining, and hence live music, restrictions were put into place). So all in all, very HIGHLY recommended to stay at the Roxy, a home away from home. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating This is the one!

Dec 21, 2020 I9758QUlisav

Outstanding and friendly staff, no request is too weird. Covid measures are top notch, the ambience is otherworldly. Live music every night that doesn't go too late but echoes through the atrium so you can listen from your room. You might see some big film and music people staying here. The hotel is also full of interior design 'easter eggs,' take… Read more
Outstanding and friendly staff, no request is too weird. Covid measures are top notch, the ambience is otherworldly. Live music every night that doesn't go too late but echoes through the atrium so you can listen from your room. You might see some big film and music people staying here. The hotel is also full of interior design 'easter eggs,' take a look at the wallpaper in the bathrooms ;) Shouts out to Brent at the front desk, great guy Read less