Smyth Tribeca opens in NYC

Smyth TribecaMore than a decade after making its debut, Smyth Tribeca opens its doors as a newly independent neighborhood hotel coinciding with New York City’s revitalization.

Located on the corner of West Broadway and Chambers Street in the heart of TriBeCa, the reintroduction of a downtown classic will welcome guests and locals with the same contemporary style and elegance that have become synonymous with the hotel. Nestled in one of the most charming residential neighborhoods in Manhattan, Smyth sits steps from the best dining, art galleries, boutique shopping, parks, and cultural attractions, providing the perfect backdrop to rediscover New York City.

“On behalf of the entire team at Smyth Tribeca, we are thrilled to open our doors amidst such a poignant time of revival for New York City,” said Evan Altman, Senior Vice President, Lifestyle Hotels, Highgate. “We look forward to once again being an integral part of the fabric that makes up this vibrant community.”

Managed by Highgate, the 100-room hotel emerges as a top destination for business, leisure, and family travel, with versatile quarters suited to guests of all kinds. Smyth Tribeca’s distinctly residential vibe combines simplicity and style with timeless modern touches, exuding a warmth that is emblematic of a home-away-from-home. The collection of nooks and cozy corners in the lobby and bar offer respite from the outside world and a much-needed recharge after a long day in the bustling city.

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All of Smyth’s well-appointed guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, spacious marble bathrooms, and views of lower Manhattan. For those seeking ample room, guests can indulge in one of Smyth Tribeca’s expansive 16 suites. The Penthouse offers 1,200 square feet of indoor space equipped with a full kitchen, living and dining room, two bathrooms, master bedroom, and a show-stopping 800-square-foot terrace. Equally striking, the 1,000-square-foot Smyth Suite includes a living area and dining table with seating for eight, a workstation, two bathrooms and a 300-square-foot private terrace boasting expansive views of the city skyline.

Scheduled for late 2021, the food and beverage program will undergo a robust transformation including a new restaurant, lobby bar, and private event space, placing Smyth Tribeca at the center of TriBeCa’s culinary scene. A gym refresh with new equipment and technology will complete the hotel’s offerings.

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