Room Request! Smyth Tribeca

by Natasha Wolff | April 18, 2024 3:50 pm

Smyth Tribeca[1] is a modern and luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of Tribeca. All of Smyth Tribeca’s 100 rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized marble bathrooms and views of lower Manhattan. The rooms and suites are thoughtfully appointed and feature mid-century modern inspired furnishings and décor in a neutral palette. In partnership with Mercer Street Hospitality, Smyth Tribeca offers two culinary hotspots including their signature restaurant, Smyth Tavern open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and Galerie Bar, a working lounge by day and creative cocktail bar by night.

DuJour spoke with the property’s general manager Eric Foley to discover what makes it so special

What’s the most requested room at the property?

Deluxe Corner King rooms 210, 310, 410 and 510.

A deluxe corner king suite at Smyth Tribeca

A deluxe corner king suite at Smyth Tribeca

What makes it so special?

Floor to ceiling windows. Waking up or winding down with panoramic views of the city skyline is a unique experience that adds to the allure of staying in these rooms. Whether it’s watching the sunrise over the skyscrapers or seeing the city lights twinkle at night, the views from these rooms are sure to leave a lasting impression. New York hotel rooms are typically known to be very small. These rooms are designed to be generously spacious, providing guests with plenty of room to stretch out and relax. The extra space allows for more comfort and freedom of movement, making your stay more enjoyable.

What is the nightly rate for this room?

From $500

What’s an interesting tidbit about the hotel that speaks to its status as an icon?

Smyth is spelled with a Y because we are at the nexus of Hudson and West Broadway. The shape of the streets makes a y shape…which is why Smyth is spelled the way it is.

The terrace of a Tribeca suite at Smyth Tribeca

The terrace of a Tribeca suite at Smyth Tribeca

What’s your personal favorite room? Why?

The Penthouse Suite. It’s 1,200 square feet with a 800-square-foot terrace with stunning views that look right uptown to the Empire State Building. There is surround-sound music and a large dining and living room space for intimate in-suite events

What special perk or amenity do you offer that no one knows about? 

Champagne at check in!

What’s your favorite design element on property?

The fireplace in Galerie Bar. Get cozy on the sinuous 1960s Cloverleaf sofa; it’s the perfect spot for a pre-dinner meet up or night cap.

How about one more fun fact about the property?

Art lovers will love the rotating photography collection including iconic shots of Andy Warhol, James Dean and Marilyn Monroe with Humphrey Bogart and Clifton Webb with a handful more shots from film sets such as One-Eyed Jacks and The Seven Year Itch.

The living room of a Tribeca suite at Smyth Tribeca

The living room of a Tribeca suite at Smyth Tribeca

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