The Roxy Hotel (known previously as the Tribeca Grand Hotel) has always been a long time haunt of Manhattan film and fashion crowds, in the creative neighbourhood of Tribeca (abbrev. of ‘Triangle Below Canal’ Street).

In the late 70’s/early 80’s, just steps away from the hotel was the infamous Mudd Club, home to an underground music nexus of counter-culture, and regular hang out to (then) budding cult celebs including Lou Reed, David Bryne, Debbie Harry, David Bowie and Andy Warhol…

The Roxy Bar located in the atrium plays host to one of the most happening scenes in the city – an intimate space by day and a downtown destination by night.
Savour live music at Django, the jazz club with a vibe part-Paris, part Nat King Cole (waivered cover charge for hotel guests).
Next to Django is the hotel’s endearing Roxy Cinema, where popcorn and drinks can be enjoyed while watching old films (again free to hotel guests).

Inside this 201 room boutique hotel, the vibe is luxuriously sleek, with a mid century design that successfully combines clean lines with bold colour.

Rooms come with a few quirky amenities (pet goldfish on request), and in-room record players with a curated record selection available.

For a quality caffeine fix, think Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee, or for transforming your tresses, then in-house salon, Blackstone’s is your go to! Or take on Manhattan by bike, with compliments of the hotel.

‘Paul’s Cocktail Lounge’ – ultimate NYC nightlife authority, Paul Sevigny’s lounge bar, where renowned DJs spin and staff sporting quirky uniforms concoct craft cocktails. Entry is by ‘doorman’s discretion’!

Of course, thanks to our fabulous friends at J.MAK Hospitality, our clients enjoy additional benefits including upgrade subject to availability, US$50.00 F&B credit and J.MAK amenity kit, so be sure to book your experience at The Roxy, with us!

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