This hip hotel boasts one of the most attractive atriums in Manhattan.
As soon as you walk into The Roxy Hotel, you'll marvel at the abundance of what is arguably the most elusive luxury in Manhattan: open space. The atrium in this unusual, triangular-shaped building draws your eyes eight stories upward along backlit steel-frame columns to a skylight. Windows run the full length of the hotel's walls along Sixth Avenue and are hung with sheer organza drapes. creating a dramatic atmosphere.
Guest rooms and suites here at the former Tribeca Grand offer the same handsome, historic vibe as the public spaces, courtesy designer Craig Robinson. All come with amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi access, custom-designed bathrobes, curated mini-bars cocktails and pet goldfish to keep you company upon request. Bathrooms are equipped with phones and TVs. The Roxy Bar serves everything from killer craft cocktails to egg white omelets into the wee hours. For a caffeine fix, on-site Jack's Stir Brew is a local favorite, and The Django is a cool jazz club located underground. The house theater features both new movies and old favorites, and also hosts live music. Penthouse 8 offers a stylish rooftop space for private events.