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Featured Tribeca Luxury Hotels

The Roxy Hotel Tribeca
4.5 out of 5
2 Avenue Of The Americas, New York, NY
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$152
per night
Jan 5 - Jan 6
4.6/5Wonderful! (1,118 reviews)

"Loved the atmosphere and friendly and helpful staff. Good places to eat around the hotel."…"

Reviewed on Nov 28, 2019

The Roxy Hotel Tribeca
AKA Tribeca
4 out of 5
85 West Broadway, New York, NY
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$182
per night
Jan 5 - Jan 6
4.4/5Excellent! (429 reviews)

"Exactly what you need for a night's stay, one person. Excellent value for money (for NYC)."…"

Reviewed on Nov 18, 2019

AKA Tribeca
onefinestay - Soho private homes
4.5 out of 5
Various Addresses, Around Soho, New York, NY
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Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
5 out of 5
27 Barclay St, New York, NY
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
$490
per night
Jan 4 - Jan 5
4.8/5Exceptional! (225 reviews)

"Everything, especially the staff, concierge, room cleaning staff."…"

Reviewed on Oct 20, 2019

Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
Hilton Garden Inn Tribeca
3.5 out of 5
39 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY
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$77
per night
Jan 5 - Jan 6
4.3/5Excellent! (2,017 reviews)

"It was a nice stay with my family for a few nights. They provided a pack n play as their infant bed (crib) which worked out great. There was a subway station in the front of the hotel, a Starbucks across the street as well as a food cart with coffee/donut"…"

Reviewed on Dec 3, 2019

Hilton Garden Inn Tribeca
Duane Street Hotel Tribeca
4 out of 5
130 Duane St, New York, NY
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$125
per night
Jan 5 - Jan 6
4.3/5Excellent! (673 reviews)

"Beautiful space in a great area. The hotel is clean and well appointed"…"

Reviewed on Nov 18, 2019

Duane Street Hotel Tribeca
The Frederick Hotel
4 out of 5
95 West Broadway (at Chambers), New York, NY
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$111
per night
Jan 3 - Jan 4
4.3/5Excellent! (620 reviews)

"The staff was very friendly, allowed for a very early check in and took care of luggage after checkout until late afternoon flight."…"

Reviewed on Nov 30, 2019

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Want to find a great accommodation for your luxury getaway to Tribeca? Expedia can help you get a flight to New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia) airport or Newark, NJ (EWR-Liberty Intl.) airport, and then you can select from a variety of places to stay that will deliver the luxury you seek. Amenities are an important consideration when you plan a trip, so we make it easy to get what you want to make your stay special. If you want a posh hotel with fine dining, a spa, or several swimming pools, Expedia can help you find the best luxury hotel experience that Tribeca offers. While you're visiting, you might want to think about enjoying the monuments and entertainment, which Tribeca is known for.

When to Visit Tribeca

This is what you can expect the weather to be like while you are staying in Tribeca:

  • Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 83°F
  • Coldest months: January, February, December, and March, with an average temperature of 28°F
  • Driest months: February, January, November, and December, with an average rainfall of 3.69 inches
  • Rainiest months: July, April, August, and June, with an average rainfall of 4.49 inches

Exploring Tribeca

Enjoy all that Tribeca has to offer when you visit Washington Market Park, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, and The Flea Theater. If you have a little extra time during your trip, you might want to make a stop at Manhattan Children's Theatre and Canal Park.

Several other things that make Tribeca special are the:
  • Skyscrapers
  • Architecture
  • Entertainment
  • Theater
  • Bars
  • Monuments

Getting Around Tribeca

Take advantage of local transportation options that make it easy to see Tribeca. You can take advantage of metro transit at Franklin St. Station, Chambers St. Station, and Canal St. Station. To venture out into the surrounding area, hop aboard a train at New York World Trade Center Station.

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Travelers Loved These Luxury Hotels

What is a luxury hotel?

 

Luxury hotels deliver the highest standards in service, facilities, dining, and accommodation. On Expedia, you’ll find luxury hotels with 4.5-star and 5-star ratings. These are the highest possible official hotel ratings. These hotels earned their ratings and recognized status, by maintaining world-class amenities and amazing guest services with consistency.

The luxurious experience at these hotels should be seamless from the lobby through to the guest rooms -- welcoming common spaces, efficient check-in, opulent furnishings, premium bedding, efficient housekeeping. You’ll often find great recreational amenities on-site as well, some of which operate 24-hours.

 

What can I expect from a 5-star Tribeca hotel?

 

Tribeca luxury hotels are committed to delivering the high standard of excellence guests expect. Stay 5-star and you can rely on impeccable service, well-appointed guest rooms, superior facilities and enhanced design. Guests may also enjoy thoughtful touches such as a welcome gift or personalized service.

In general, you can expect to experience a smooth welcome, room exactly as booked (including any pre-arranged requests), dreamy bedding, luxury bath, modern in-room amenities, complimentary items, outstanding breakfast and dining, efficient staff. knowledgeable concierge and world-class recreational facilities. Additional services may be available upon request.

Though each Tribeca hotel has its own style, some things that usually make an appearance are:

✓ 24-hour front desk

✓ In-room: Flat-screen TV, desk, free Wi-Fi.

✓ In-room: Complimentary bottled water. Coffee and tea facilities, mini fridge, snacks.

✓ In-room: Bathrobes, complimentary toiletries.

✓ Nightly turn-down service. 24-hour room service.

✓ Outstanding breakfast and dining.

✓ Great amenities such as swimming pool, spa or sauna, 24-hour fitness center.

✓ Services such as laundry, babysitting, pet-sitting, knowledgeable concierge

*These are only guidelines as policies and amenities vary across hotels. For more information, view details listed on each property page.

 

What is the difference between a Tribeca 4-star and 5-star hotel?

 

They both offer high standards of service, upscale furnishings, and a variety of amenities.Tribeca 5-star hotels will have more lavish design and furnishings, impeccable first-class service, and even more amenities. For instance, you might find a really opulent lobby, spectacular swimming pools, in-room hot tubs, more guest suites, 24-hour room service and world-class dining.

Staff at a 5-star property are also more likely to offer personalized service, thoughtful touches such as a welcome note or gift, and cater to special requests.

*These are only guidelines as policies and amenities vary across hotels. For more information, view details listed on each property page.

 

Is there a 6-star hotel?

 

Yes, there are 6-star and 7-star hotels -- but only unofficially. The maximum official rating recognized globally is 5-star.

Dubai’s Burj Al Arab was the first to be described as a 7-star hotel, and several more have followed since. There are just a handful of hotels in the world that have been loosely classed as 6-star or 7-star, and its easy to see why -- they go all out for luxury, opulence and such unique extravagances that 5-star doesn’t suffice. The term was coined as a superlative rather than an actual rating. It’s meant to signify the extreme glitz that takes these hotels over the 5-star mark, so they usually skip 6 and sit at 7-stars.

At each one, privacy is paramount and you’re treated like royalty. Think helicopter transfers, 24-hour butler service, personal attendants, gold-plate everywhere and a fleet of luxury cars. Maybe even yachts!

 

What is a luxury hotel chain?

 

A hotel chain refers to several hotels operating under the same umbrella brand.

You know what you’re getting when you stay at a luxury hotel chain. No matter where you are in the world, the brand stays true to form. Guests can comfortably expect a familiar experience at each property. As the large hotel chains can be found in many cities, they are a popular choice for many travellers.

Some of the most well-known luxury hotel chains are Hilton, Four Seasons, Marriot, Starwood, Ritz-Carlton, Intercontinental, Hyatt, Wydnham and Shangri-La.

 

Is a boutique hotel the same as a luxury hotel?

 

Some boutiques are classed as luxury hotels, while others are not. It depends on the standard of the accommodation.

Many boutiques are designed to cater for high-end customers, who want to stay in an independent hotel that offer the 4-star or 5-star amenities they would expect in a luxury chain hotel. Where the décor, amenities and standard of service is akin to that of an upmarket hotel, a boutique can legitimately be classed as luxury.

 

Is superior or deluxe room better?

 

This is very hotel-dependent as there isn’t a strict benchmark. One Tribeca hotel may use ‘superior’ where another might use ‘deluxe’ for the same definition of features.

To some extent it also depends what you consider ‘better’, as the rooms might be identical with the only difference being lower vs higher floors, or garden vs street view. When you’re searching Expedia for your accommodation, take a moment to scroll through each room’s description and pictures to compare and find the best option for you. You can also read guest reviews for room recommendations.

 

Do Tribeca hotels charge for bathrobes?

 

Yes. Bathrobes in your Tribeca hotel room are free to use during your stay, but you cannot take them home. You may however be able to purchase a new bathrobe from the front desk or gift shop.

 

Is the minibar in my Tribeca hotel room free?

 

Hotel minibars are usually chargeable per item. They are rarely free. Some hotels only charge for alcoholic drinks in the minibar and the soft drinks are free.

There may be some rare hotels that do indeed offer a free minibar. If this isn’t clearly indicated anywhere in your Tribeca hotel, you can assume everything is chargeable.

The exception to this rule, is all-inclusive hotels and resorts, where the minibar may be included in the price.

 

How do I choose a good luxury hotel in Tribeca?

 

Luxury comes in many flavours. Some luxury hotel features guests love are:

✓ Swimming pools

✓ Free airport shuttle

✓ Full on-site spa

✓ Breakfast included

✓ In-room hot tubs

✓ Great restaurant

 

To find your ideal Tribeca luxury hotel on Expedia, start by choosing your destination and dates, enter to search, then use the filters to narrow down the selection to hotels. You can filter by budget, 4-star or 5-star properties, and in-room and on-site amenities -- so if you want a pool and spa, tick those boxes in the left-hand menu. If ocean view and a hot tub are more your thing, select those.

You can also sort all available hotels in Tribeca to see the best deals first, or highest guest ratings. Read the guest reviews to find out what fellow travellers loved.