Following the huge success of the Soho Grand Hotel, owners, Leonard and Emanuel Stern of Hartz Mountain Industries looked south to one of the most affluent residential neighborhoods in Manhattan, TriBeCa. Their keen forethought and pioneering vision led to a sister property, and in May 2000 the Tribeca Grand was unveiled.
The Tribeca Grand Hotel’s opening in 2000 established it as the first major hotel in an area home to boldface celebrities and a dynamic mix of restaurants, shops, financial institutions and thriving independent film companies.
Centrally located in one of Manhattan’s most unique and rapidly-evolving neighborhoods, the Tribeca Grand Hotel updates the mid-twentieth-century ideal of stylish, ultramodern travel for the millennium. Through a combination of eye-catching interiors, extensive technological amenities, and 24-hour guest services, it offers visitors an exclusive luxury lifestyle hotel experience.
The Tribeca Grand is located on the border of SoHo and TriBeCa, two of downtown’s most affluent residential neighborhoods, where cobblestone streets and historic cast iron buildings give way to the most exclusive boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. The Hotel’s triangular shape gives the property its inimitability, most evident in its interior’s soaring eight-story atrium. The expansive Church Lounge with low-lying furniture is an ideal place to lounge, meet, or work by day and the perfect place for cocktails with friends at night.
Rooms and suites feature flat-screen televisions, Sony Sound Docks, 24-hour concierge and 24-hour room service. Bed and bath linen are by Frette and toiletries by New York’s “Malin and Goetz”. Adding to the list of amenities offered, guests of the Tribeca Grand have access to the latest from Apple’s stylish line of digital lifestyle products; from iPads and iPods to a selection of rooms outfitted with fully loaded iMacs. The Hotel continues its pioneering vision with its private screening room and carefully curated film series, extending the neighborhoods leadership in film and emphasis on offering visitors a true slice of the TriBeCa lifestyle.
Like the neighborhood itself, the Tribeca Grand Hotel is subtle yet luxuriously sleek—the mid century design is a mix of clean classic lines with bold punctuations of color and style. The simple...
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