- Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, Scrub Island, British Virgin Islands
- Cottage Grove Inn, Calistoga, Napa County, California
- Hesperia Madrid, Madrid, Spain
- Las Hadas Golf Resort & Marina, Manzanillo, Mexico
- Sivory Punta Cana, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
- Colony Palms Hotel, Palm Springs, California
- Koro Sun Resort and Rainforest Spa, Vanua Levu Island, Fiji
- Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, Newport, Curaçao
- St. James's Club Resort & Villas, St John's, Antigua and Barbuda
- Bitter End Yacht Club, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
- Aqua Wellness Resort, Playa Le Redonda, Nicaragua
- The Pavilions Phuket, Phuket, Thailand
1 of 13 | Next photo
Smyth - A Thompson Hotel
New York City, New YorkEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Smyth - A Thompson Hotel
One of downtown New York's newest hotels is a sexy spot in TriBeCa designed by Yabu Pushelberg.
The 2009 opening of Manhattan's Smyth hotel is just one more sign that the city's downtown TriBeCa is in the midst of a second renaissance. Located on the corner of Chambers Street and Broadway, the new property by boutique brand Thompson Hotels is moody and hip: design duo Yabu Pushelberg is behind the interiors, from the lobby (accented with quirky vintage robots and industrial chain curtains) to the 100 guestrooms, with frosted glass showers so sexy you'll want to be sure you're with someone special. If the bullfight-themed Toro Lounge, located in the cellar, is quiet, it's just a short walk to some of the neighborhood's late-night hangouts.
Bring your laptop to the lobby or the brasserie-style Plein Sud Restaurant for WiFi. Otherwise, it's an additional in-room charge.
The hotel is only a 10-minute walk to the Brooklyn Bridge, and has easy access to the Chambers Street subway station.
Arrive at LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 20 and 40 minutes of travel time depending on traffic. You may also opt to arrive at John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) or Newark Liberty Airport (EWE).85 West Broadway, New York City, New York, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Twice-daily Housekeeping
- Domestic newspapers
- Concierge Services
- 24-hour Fitness Center
- Business Services (upon request)
- Wi-Fi Access
- Flat-screen TVs
- DVD Players
- Mini Bars
- Sitting Areas (some)
- Marble Bathrooms
- Bar + Lounge
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults in the King Deluxe, 2 adults + 2 children in the King Suite
Why We Love New York City
Today TriBeCa is an of-the-moment New York City neighborhood, with young couples moving in for the three-bedroom condos and fancy establishments like Robert De Niro's Greenwich Hotel.
179 Franklin St.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: Owned by New York Ranger Sean Avery, Warren 77 is filled with sports memorabilia, which helps to create a casual setting that's a unique contrast to the more polished spots nearby.
77 Warren St.
Drinks for two $20.
Where to Shop: Housed in an 1825 townhouse-turned liquor store, the J. Crew Men's Store sells the brand's distressed-preppy menswear, in addition to vintage LPs, first-edition books, and antique watches.
235 West Broadway.
Wellness Escape: The AIRE Ancient Baths spa has several baths heated to various temperatures; interiors are modeled after ancient Roman and Greek bathhouses.
88 Franklin Street.
Why Go Now
January 14-February 8, 2013
New York City Restaurant Week
Participating restaurants offer prix fixe lunch and dinner at a discount. Reservations required.
May 22-30, 2013
Fleet Week New York
New York celebrates the armed forces with a parade of ships in the Hudson River, onboard tours, and air demonstrations.
June 11, 2013
Museum Mile Festival
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and other museums offer free admission, while a section of Fifth Avenue, closed to traffic, hosts a block party with live music, street performances, and kid-friendly activities.
July 28-Aug. 25, 2013
A month-long summer series of music, theater, dance, art, and lectures held throughout the city to celebrate Harlem's colorful history.