This sister to the Soho Grand is set on a triangular plot just south of SoHo; its decidedly retro brick-and-cast-iron exterior blends perfectly with the surrounding neighborhood. 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. But because the rooms face the atrium, noise levels can be a problem, so each room is equipped with a noise-dulling device. The rooms, however, take a back seat to what's below: a dramatic eight-story atrium lobby, with its soaring proportions consumed by the popular Church Lounge, an upscale lounge and restaurant.
- © Frommer's 2013
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User Reviews for Tribeca Grand Hotel
Good Downtown Hotel for the price.
Stayed here several times. Its clean and comfortable. Small, but most hotels in NYC are. We got into the city at 1pm. There was a room ready for us even though check in wasn't...
- posted on 11.19.12
- by Famtripper07901
Nice location, dark lighting
Stayed here for one night to attend a gala on Wall Street. Nice location, interesting lobby, helpful staff, nice room. Khiels bath products enjoyable. Beds very comfortable. That...
- posted on 11.17.12
- by piriac
Dark does not equal Hip
this is a strangely designed hotel. reminds me of a comfort inn where all the rooms face into a central internal courtyard. and, they keep the hallways incredibly dark. almost impossible...
- posted on 11.06.12
- by Rob S
- Luxury Hotel 2007
- Recommended 2010
All guests receive a complimentary copy of The New York Times, as well as free local phone and fax service.
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- 2 Avenue Of The Americas
- (between White and Walker streets)
- New York, NY 10013
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