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This buzzing hotel attracts the hip set and is situated in one of Manhattan's liveliest areas. It boasts sassy 1970s-inspired interior design and a host of fab features including a cocktail bar, cinema, jazz club, eateries, a hair salon and more.


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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Located in Tribeca, near Chinatown, SoHo and Little Italy, this is a particularly happening corner of Manhattan. The Hudson river is nearby, as are the 9/11 Memorial and museum and ferries to the Statue of Liberty. It's near the Canal Street subway station for if you want to go further afield.

By plane: flights from London, Manchester or Edinburgh to New York take 7 hours. A taxi will take one hour from JFK airport. Parking costs $35 per day. Book flights to New York.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

The electric Roxy sign outside this red-brick building suggests the colour and playfulness inside, which is chic, uber-trendy and full of variety. With a large lounge, triangular atrium, numerous lively bars and spaces to hang out, the atmosphere is often buzzing.

THE FACILITIES

There's a lot going on around the hotel. There's a gym, unisex hair salon, vintage bikes available and the 99-seat Roxy Cinema which shows classic, foreign and independent films. There are also multiple bars and eating areas, with regular DJs and live music (some are ticketed events).

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Bike hire
  • Cinema
  • Games
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Rooms and suites have 1970s-inspired décor (think brown, gold and orange hues and furniture and fixtures from that period) and windows are typically large. Bathrooms have walk-in showers with bench seating, mirrors and stainless-steel vanity units.

Room types: Roxy, Deluxe, Roxy Deluxe, Studio, Loft Suite, Suite, Deluxe Suite, Penthouse

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes, hairdryer, Smeg fridge, Tivoli radio, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

There's a great choice here, with a 1920s-inspired jazz club, oyster bar, coffee lounge, cocktail bar, and The Plaza, an outside space. Snacks, meals and the hotel's famous brunches can be enjoyed in many of these spaces and the main lounge.

The Django: jazz club, cocktail bar, open dining. Open daily from 7pm (6pm Sun).

Roxy Bar: American cuisine, hand-crafted cocktails. All-day dining, open daily.

The Oyster Bar: raw bar, locally sourced seafood.

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