On a prime cobblestone corner on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa, The Roxy Hotel’s location is utterly unrivaled in one of Manhattan’s most unique and rapidly-evolving neighborhoods, home to boldface celebrities and some of the world’s most exclusive restaurants, wine bars, galleries and shops.
Two blocks below Canal Street, and bordered by Church Street, Walker Street, and Sixth Avenue, the hotel is the hub for an endless array of fashion, leisure, and commerce. The NYC boutique hotel is steps from the chicest downtown New York restaurants, the most stylish downtown New York shopping including antique stores, designer boutiques, furniture showrooms and art galleries, not to mention dozens of New York nightlife locales. Anyone who has the luxury of staying in TriBeCa will find almost anything they seek within reach.
The Roxy Hotel knows the neighborhood, inside and out, and with the carefully curated Neighborhood Guide, they have removed the physical boundaries of the hotel property giving guests an intimate introduction to the city as seen through the eyes of those who call it their home. Designed to reveal the hidden side of all aspects of New York City culture; from art, film, fashion, music, and dining and nightlife, guests of The Roxy Hotel get personal access to an authentic downtown New York City experience and a local take on the multi-faceted on-goings of downtown New York lifestyle.
The Roxy Hotel’s Neighborhood Presence
The Roxy Hotel may be located in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in downtown Manhattan, but it also borders many other must-see locations—mere steps from SoHo, Chinatown, the Lower East Side, Little Italy, the Meatpacking District and the Hudson River waterfront and short walking distance to NoLIta, Wall Street, Battery Park and the Financial District.
All trains run through the neighborhood, leading only a few subway stops away to the Theater District, Times Square, Museum of Modern Art, the Empire State Building, and Ground Zero—the ultimate New York attractions are close at hand, but the downtown New York hotel is removed enough to make guests feel like native New Yorkers.