The Roxy Hotel lives in a triangular, red brick building that favors clean classic lines with bold punctuations of color. Its signature cast-iron detailing was inspired by the industrial materials that appear throughout Tribeca, and the glowing, Art Deco-style marquee evokes the city’s love affair with entertainment. Out front, the iconic, cast-iron clock is a nod to the towering, turn-of-the-century timepieces sprinkled throughout New York.
Inside, the feeling is tranquil with glimmers of Regency and Art Deco. The 10,000-square- foot central atrium offers a dramatic vaulted core reminiscent of grand cathedrals and Hitchcockian mid-20th century buildings like the old Penn Station or the Singer Building. Reaching eight stories up, each floor of guest rooms can always see right into the heart of the space. Within it, the Roxy Bar and Lounge provide the perfect backdrop for leisurely drinks and late cocktail gatherings for both guests and New York natives.