Located 13 blocks north of the Freedom Tower, The Roxy Hotel borders the neighborhoods of Tribeca and Soho. It’s a phenomenal piece of the New York skyline, just a few streets from Phillip Johnson’s brutalist AT&T Building, Frank Gehry’s twisting spire, 8 Spruce Street, and Cass Gilbert’s neo-Gothic Woolworth Building. On one side of the hotel you have the quiet cobblestone streets and village feel of Tribeca, replete with intimate wine bars and renowned restaurants. On the other, you have the sleek lofts of Soho with boutiques and galleries galore. Follow Canal Street to the east and explore the color and culture of Chinatown. Some of the best nightlife in the city is in Lower Manhattan, although you don’t even have to leave the hotel to find a truer statement.