Tribeca Grand Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

2 Avenue of the Americas, New York City, New York, 10013, United States

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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
11%
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Poor
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Good For Families
  • Families88
  • Couples83
  • Solo78
  • Business68
  • Loved it

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    A weekend in NYC and we opted for this hotel. We had a second floor room and were worried about noise, but it was fine. We are not trendy young things but appreciate quality. We found it with this hotel. Great service without being pompous. Very convenient for subway too.

    Unique Quality: Apparently laid back but really quite efficient

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If money is no object, then...

by adrianmasso

If money is no object, then how about the Tribeca Grand, Hudson or the W. If it is, there is always a youth Hostel on West 103rd Street in Manhattan or consider staying in downtown Brooklyn.
Most of the hotels mentioned in Manhattan are over $200 a night, hostels under $25 a night and in Brooklyn under $200 a night. Theses hotels are the latest edition to the New York skyline each with it's own distinct comfort and elegance.

AWESOME HOTEL, TRENDY & UPSCALE HOTEL WITH THE BEST SERVICE!!!!!

by A TripAdvisor Member

I have stayed at the Tribeca Grand Hotel & Soho Grand Hotel a few times. I have to say that of the two, the Tribeca is my FAVORITE! I was pretty disappointed in reading some of the reviews. I have to say I have NOT had any problems with my stay at the Tribeca. The staff is VERY friendly, and they do remember their guests!!! They are exceptionally polite!!!This is a very upscale place and IT CAN pricey!!! Bottom line?. you get what you pay for! Am I wrong??? I think it?s only logical to have a nice/expensive restaurant in a nice hotel. Would you want to pay $400 for a room that served a $2.99 breakfast buffet???? The music could be loud because it is in the middle of the atrium and there is a bar but if you knew that prior to booking the room?what would you honestly expect???The rooms are a decent size, you may expect more space for the price but the comfort of the bed and the furniture in the room makes up for it! I hope this helps anyone looking to stay at the Tribeca. I would HIGHLY recommend the Tribeca to someone looking to have a great stay in an upscale, trendy hotel and have lots of fun just by going downstairs to atrium but if you are looking to stay for a ?family? vacation with the children and pets you may want to reconsider.

who cares about the noise with prefect ten and tartinins.

by A TripAdvisor Member

I took my wife to NYC for her 32nd birthday and I couldn't have picked a better place, If your sick of the norm go to Tribeca Grand. Close to soho , canal street, Little Italy. Good service over all barmaids could be a little nicer but who cares after a couple of drinks. Doormen and Front Desk very helpful, Mike A at the Concierge Desk was very help with places to eat and go to. Rooms were clean, make sure you ask for a gold fish at front desk. Cd player in the room with cool music, plenty to do. Far enough away from Broadway, Time square, and Plant hollywood but close enough if you want to take the subway up town. Don't stay here if you go to bed early Church is hop'n until 2 am.

Great place

by A TripAdvisor Member

I've just come back from several days in New York staying at the Tribeca Grand and thought it was a great place to stay. Having read several reviews on Trip Advisor I had mixed expectations but found the hotel to be stylishly decorated and the rooms were well equipped with nice touches like the Bose stereo, CD selection and mini TV in the bathroom. The bar restaurant area is a good place to hang out for a while people watching and the sanctum bar downstairs hosts a good range of DJs. The staff were incredibly helpful and friendly and the hotel's location was perfect. There are heaps of great restaurants and bars on your doorstep in tribeca such as Landmarc, the Harrison, Tribeca Bread, Tribeca Grill etc, plus the area is close to downtown, Soho etc. Despite staying over the busy 4th July weekend we had no issues with noise and on the couple of occasions when the water seemed a little cold in the shower we found a twist of the tap did the trick. A great fun hotel in a fab location - I wouldn't hesitate to go back.

For the younger crowd...

by A TripAdvisor Member

Before I went on my trip, I read the reviews and found that they were pretty mixed. But from what I had read from magazines and had seen in the movie "Two Weeks Notice" that this was a pretty hip hotel and that the bad reviews were probably from stuffy old geezers. And after my five night stay I realized that my assumptions were correct. This is a great looking hotel for the young and hip. But not without it's problems. The looks, the staff, the food and drinks were all that I had hoped for. But pretty pricey. I got the Grand King for $209/night and room service and drinks seemed high even for NY. I found the entire staff to be friendly and helpful, not snooty like some of the other reviews said. The hotel room itself was small, which didn't surprise me. That's Manhattan, unless you shell out big bucks. But some things were a little shabby like the curtains had a few odd stains and the wood around the platform bed had quite a few chips and scratches. But when you're in NY, you shouldn't be hanging out in you hotel room to even notice those things. The hotel is actually in a great location.
The are two stations close by, one takes you uptown on the West side of the park and the other station (in Chinatown) takes you uptown on the East side of the park. Lots of great restaurants in the area too.
Tribeca Grill was tops and Tribeca Bread is a great place for lunch.
The hotel brunch on Sunday is fantastic.The hotel at night is one of the most popular hot spots in the neighborhood and lower Manhattan.
People were paying a $20 cover to get in on a Sunday night. There was also a private party going on that night which I managed to sneak in to. Partied with a bunch of the guys from the first season of "Average Joe" including Adam. Nice guy. And I'm not one to drop names, but the day before, I rode the elevator with Willem Dafoe! All in all, I enjoyed my stay. It's definitely geared to the young and hip who are in town on holiday, not business.When I visit NY, I usually like to stay in a different hotel each time, but I will definitely stay at the Tribeca Grand the next time I stay downtown and especially if they're offering a good rate.

Rock the Casbah!

by A TripAdvisor Member

Having previously stayed at a number of boutique hotels in NY and noteably it's sister hotel The Soho Grand we had high expectations. The service was good, staff respectful and ambiance cool and hip. However, one can't help feeling that the central atrium is a bit stark. Our room was on the 8th floor and this is essential if you are staying on a weekend club night where the noise from the grounf floor is deafening till 2am and then afterwards you get the din of conversation. Rooms on the lower floors must be a nightmare for sound. The location is great and if you want the hip crowd this is definitely a great choice especially for early evening cocktails. Overall I would stay here for the experience but second time around would probably plump for The Soho Grand, 60 Thompson or Holiday Inn in Soho if you want a Soho location.
Recommended - Good 4* hotel.

Did not meet my expectations

by TripAdvisor Member jenn70

For the money, I think there are much nicer hotels in NYC. I was not impressed with the staff, and the rooms were small and drab. I prefer The Hudson or the W. Would not stay here again!

Not a stuffy old geezer but yet still unimpressed with hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

A few things first, yes - the hotel is hip. Yes, the staff is informal and chic. Yes, you can have a goldfish brought up to your room as a companion. Yes, it can get loud from the atrium in the centre of the hotel. Yes, it is stylish and hip and groovy.

Right, I knew all of these things before booking but still was unimpressed with the quality of the room. High speed internet did not work, cabinetry broken (held printer/fax machine inside), room service fast but food lackluster, bed marginally comfortable though pillows were rather nice, mini bar was extensive and there were a fair amount of amenities.

This seems a place to be seen and to people watch rather than a place to relax in or enjoy the room for the room's sake. I think the nail in the coffin that turned my review from mediocre to never again was the horrid experience when having breakfast downstairs. I was seated while my boyfriend coordinated the baggage situation upstairs with the bellman, I then proceeded to wait about 5-7 minutes until anyone came to acknowledge my presence - only when my boyfriend came down did they offer menus.

We placed our orders and asked for two glasses of ice water with some lemon in clean glasses (the two on the table had remnants of o.j. pulp and traces of lipstick all over mine). The waitress took her time and brought the glasses of water with no ice and no lemon. I knew it was going to be a long breakfast then. I asked the hostess if we could have ice and lemon and she referred me back to the waitress. Keep in mind there were only two other tables of two people each in the entire place.

Our food finally came after about 15 minutes and still I had to request lemon again from the busboy, who managed to bring it right over. Needless to say he was the one who received the tip.

At the beginning of our trip, we stayed at Le Parker Meridien and it was phenomenal - we continued on to London staying at a wonderful Radisson property right near Marble Arch and Oxford ... so to end our trip with a low note such as this hotel, perhaps I should have done more research or just returned to Le Parker!

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nice hip restarant and decent accomodation in nyc

by Neuromancer

1. would like to bring a local ny fd for b'day in a nicely newly opened restaurant, chic, cool hip, perhaps serving fusion cruisie or asian one...but doesn't really matter.


2. any stylish hip boutique style hotel/hostel, decent price ?


thanxxx a lot.

Re: nice hip restarant and decent accomodation in nyc

by DKNYC

you probably want to be downtown which is trendier and where I live!

Soho Grand (west broadway in soho)
Tribeca Grand (tribeca)
W Hotel at Union Square (near the village)
These are definitely NOT hostels but nicer hotels - could probably cant a decent rate now.

Tons of restaurants down there too . . . if you want a fun, casual but trendy place - sushi samba (latin/sushi fusion) on 7th ave. in the village.

There is a KOI on West 40th (bryant park)
Madarin Oriental has Asiate restuarant - this isnt cheap.

Enjoy

Re: nice hip restarant and decent accomodation in nyc

by Robachu1

*Buddakan, 75th 9th Ave. (16th St) http://www.buddakannyc.com/


*Buddha Bar, 25 Little W. 12th St (between 9th and Washington St.) http://www.buddhabarnyc.com/draft1.html

Re: nice hip restarant and decent accomodation in nyc

by pappy7

hey,
i'm a backapcker and just left new york 2 days ago... i stayed in really good accommodation called the best western president on 48th street between broadway and 7th avenue... It was so clean, cheap for the city and located right in times square... It was the best accommodation that i've stayed at so far and even though i'm a backpacker i do have standards and these live up to all of them... if you want a place thats in the middle of everything, this place is perfect for you... also if your going to do sightseeing bus tours which i highly recommend, then the pickup point is like around the corner... when i come back to new york i would stay there again

Re: nice hip restarant and decent accomodation in nyc

by Neuromancer

dear guys

thanxxx so much for the inputs. i actually forogt to look again after i posted this question. definitely have use next time. can't wait to visit again.

i stayed at nighthotelny.com, which is a pretty nice boutique hotel.

thanxxx again : )

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Address: 2 Avenue of the Americas, New York City, New York, 10013, United States