Like Tribeca itself, The Smyth is sleek, modern and high-end
Tribeca is among New York’s most coveted territories and the Smyth encapsulates the neighborhood’s persona flawlessly. It’s low-key and beautifully designed in contemporary fashion, offering a chic hideaway for weary travelers who crave privacy and appreciate both attention to detail and great dining. Natural elements like dark wood and bearskin rugs contrast with the sleek tiled fireplace and modern art on the walls of the lobby. In-room amenities include Nespresso machines, rain showers and flat-screen TVs with Chromecast, in addition to turndown service. Andrew Carmellini brings his signature Italo-American style to the property with Little Park and Evening Bar, both of which are not to be missed.
Neighborhood: You’re might be likely to have a run in with the rich and famous in Tribeca than anywhere else in Manhattan, since celebs like Robert De Niro and Jennifer Lawrence live in the nabe. Prices might be higher down here, but it’s still a prime location for shopping and dining.
Woolworth Building: For an exclusive tour of the skyscraper’s grand lobby
American Cut: For sinfully delicious, meat-heavy fare from chef Marc Forgione
Shinola: For high-end watches and leather goods from the Detroit brand
Time Out tip: Summer visitors should be sure to grab a drink at Grand Banks, a historic schooner turned oyster bar docked at Pier 25. Stunning views of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty make it an unforgettable experience.
|Venue name:||Smyth - A Thompson Hotel|
85 West Broadway
|Transport:||Subway: 1, 2, 3 to Chambers St|
|Price:||$220.00 to $640.00 per night|
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