A classic New York jazz haunt opens in Tribeca.
Crooners come for the jazz. Socialites come for the throwback cocktails. And romantics come for classic Manhattan moonlight. With 201 guestrooms, two cocktail lounges, and a subterranean, speakeasy-style jazz club called Django, The Roxy Hotel Tribeca has something to satisfy all of them. Even film buffs have a designated place to play: The hotel’s onsite cinema screens a mix of cult classics and under-the-radar new releases—all curated by the duo behind indie film distribution company Submarine. As for ambience, the Roxy’s midcentury décor recalls art deco nightlife and Mad Men-style glamour in equal parts. Connectivity, however, is unmistakably modern: a slew of Apple products are available on request, preloaded with neighborhood guides to be used as an entry point to New York’s cultural landmarks and elite nightlife. Staying in? It’s a more-than-tempting option, with in-room extras such as vinyl turntables and minibars full of premixed cocktails from the popular New York-based company The Liquor Cabinet.
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