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Tribeca & Financial District

One of New York's most extravagant portmanteaus, the Triangle Below Canal Street is perhaps most famous for Robert DeNiro's Tribeca Film Festival. It's turned into an extremely desirable residential neighborhood, and is probably home to more celebrities per city block than anywhere else in America. As a result, it's also home to some of the best high-end shopping in town, and there's no shortage of excellent restaurants as well.

For many years if you went to the Financial District outside of trading hours you could count on finding it more or less deserted. These days, however, the low end of lower Manhattan has a bit of everything — the area to the south of the new One World Trade Center has doubled its residential population, and added dining and nightlife options to match.

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  1. The Greenwich Hotel
    377 Greenwich Street
  2. Andaz Wall Street
    75 Wall Street
  3. Smyth, A Thompson Hotel
    85 West Broadway
  4. Gild Hall
    15 Gold Street
  5. The Roxy Hotel Tribeca
    Two Avenue of the Americas
  6. The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel
    123 Nassau Street

'Downtown' NYC varies in definition but for our purposes we're referring to the Tribeca & Wall St. area. Tribeca originates from "Triangle Below Canal Street". The "triangle-that's-really-a-trapezoid" runs within the area defined by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and either Chambers or Vesey Streets. The Financial District (FiDi) is defined as the southern tip of Manhattan.

The Greenwich Hotel — A luxury hotel in Tribeca, NYC

The Greenwich Hotel

Tribeca

What do we know about the Greenwich Hotel? It's got a celebrity owner (none other than Robert DeNiro), a prime Tribeca location, impeccable design credentials courtesy of one of New York's top firms, Grayling Design, and some truly obsessive construction, having something to do with thousands of very expensive handmade bricks. Now there's no question that all these things make for great press for this luxury hotel, but do they mean anything to the guests? More...

88 Rooms
98 Verified Reviews
313

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Andaz Wall Street — A luxury boutique hotel in the Financial District (Wall St), NYC

Andaz Wall Street

Financial District

The casual deskless check-in sets the tone for a stay that's not exactly typical. Today's Wall Street leaves the traditional Gotham look to Midtown, and the Andaz, designed by New York's own Rockwell Group, follows suit. You can expect the glossy finishes and lavish fittings of a luxury boutique hotel that's located at the heart of the financial world, but there's also a healthy dose of downtown hipster funk, from the rough brick walls in the bedrooms to the impeccably sourced farm-fresh cuisine. More...

253 Rooms
137 Verified Reviews
201

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Smyth, A Thompson Hotel — luxury boutique hotel in Tribeca NYC

Smyth, A Thompson Hotel

Tribeca

No matter how many stylish boutique hotels open in New York City, it seems it's never quite enough. So to the Thompson group, who seem to be opening an endless stream of them, we can only say: keep them coming. Surrounded by some of lower Manhattan's top restaurants and shops, in Tribeca, the Smyth is a 100-room luxury boutique hotel standing proudly over West Broadway. More...

100 Rooms
377 Verified Reviews
759

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Gild Hall — boutique hotel Financial District NYC

Gild Hall

Financial District

It turns out bankers and brokers have plenty of taste. Forget about tired Nineties minimalism — this place is full of character, right down to the split-level library and champagne bar, complete with fully-functioning books (pages and all) and clubby leather sofas. This, one imagines, is where the masters of the financial universe come to unwind after the closing bell. There's a whiff of nostalgia upstairs as well, the typically stylish guest rooms done up in dark masculine colors, with leather headboards behind the beds. More...

126 Rooms
382 Verified Reviews
613

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Roxy Hotel Tribeca — A boutique hotel in Tribeca, NYC

Roxy Hotel Tribeca

Tribeca

Tribeca is one of Manhattan's oddest blends, a district mixing the arty downtown cool of Soho with the big-money sheen of the financial district, the spot where 19th-century cobblestones meet sleek industrial architecture, with a dash of bright light courtesy of the sun going down over the Hudson (not to mention several of New York's best restaurants). Perfectly exemplifying this blend of high gloss and arty edge is the Roxy Hotel Tribeca. More...

201 Rooms
145 Verified Reviews
370

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The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel — new boutique hotel in the Financial District NYC

The Beekman

Financial District

Hard to believe an architectural gem of the Beekman's stature went neglected for so many years, but we're happy to report that it's back in business, and it's been put to the best possible use. (We would say that, wouldn't we?) The Beekman, a Thompson boutique hotel, is an Old New York original, an 1881-vintage skyscraper from the days when a skyscraper meant nine stories of terraced red brick. And if the silhouette doesn't convince you of its landmark status, a glance upwards surely will, as you walk across the towering central atrium with its pyramidal glass skylight. More...

287 Rooms

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