Step into the Duane Street Hotel and see why Conde Nast Traveler named this boutique hideaway one of 2008's "Top New Hotels in the World". Blending casual comfort with an enticing minimalist design, this all-new lower Manhattan boutique hotel offers an exquisite gateway to one of New York's hottest neighborhoods. The triangle below Canal Street -- or TriBeCa as it's famously known -- is a vibrant district of cobblestone streets dotted with historic warehouse lofts, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants. Savor the intimacy and exclusivity of a mere 45 guest rooms, assuring you a uniquely personal, and exceedingly private, stay. Enjoy modern, loft-inspired accommodations and the luxury amenities of a chic metropolitan home. It's a fresh perspective on what a lower Manhattan hotel can be. The Duane Street Hotel is ideally suited for upscale vacations or business trips.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Duane Street Hotel
- 130 Duane Street
- New York, NY 10013
- United States
Located in the heart of lower Manhattan's internationally recognized Tribeca neighborhood, adjacent to SoHo, Greenwich Village and the Financial District. Under 10 miles from LaGuardia and Newark Airports and 15 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport
Named for the triangle of city below Canal Street, TriBeCa is one of the most exiting neighborhoods in New York City replete with galleries, hot clubs, bars, restaurants and the annual Tribeca Film Festival. Tribeca is located in the lower area of Manhattan centrally located to the World Financial District, SOHO shopping and City Hall.
- - Business Center
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pets Allowed
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