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What We Love

What To Know

  • Relaxed vibe — not for those looking for a scenester stay
  • No gym, but guests get free passes to the swank Equinox Tribeca gym nearby
  • Doors are a bit thin; you can sometimes hear noise in the hallways


  •  Babysitting
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Stylish biz-friendly hideout with tech perks and a soon-to-open eatery in buzzy Tribeca

The Look

Bachelor pad pied-à-terre. Leather headboards, blond wood floors and Midcentury-inspired furniture reigns in the guestrooms. A tree slab forms a communal table and reclaimed tin ceiling tiles line the bar in the small lobby.

Bed and Bath

The guestrooms feel serene, with towering ceilings and a monochromatic palette. Rich textures — leather, bouclé, antiqued mirrors — lend a luxe feel to the clean-lined design. Use free WiFi on your own computer or on one of the iPads the hotel loans out for free during your stay. The bathrooms have rainfall showers, marble vanities and L’Occitane bath products.


There’s no on-site gym, but the hotel offers free passes to the celeb fave Equinox gym nearby. The hotel currently serves a limited breakfast and happy hour cocktails, but a full restaurant is in the works for later this year. In the meantime you’re well placed to explore the best of Tribeca.

In the Area

Celebs pack the area’s legendary eateries, from Nobu to Bouley to chef Andrew Carmellini’s Locanda Verde Italian taverna. After dinner taste your way through the vintages on offer at the buzzy Terroir Tribeca, a 65-seat wine bar, or catch a performance at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. During the day browse the boutiques, including cult accessories shop Edon Manor, designer vintage emporium What Goes Around Comes Around and retro interiors store Schoolhouse Electric Co. Also be sure to check out the restored beauty of the area’s Harrison Street row houses (once occupied by the architect who designed City Hall) and take a photo outside the fire station at 14 N. Moore Street, where Ghostbusters was filmed.

How to Get There

Duane Street Hotel Tribeca
130 Duane St
New York, NY 10013 United States


4.5 Very Good 740 Reviews
Was a fun stay
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful stay again at this beautiful hotel. My room was upgrade which was great thank you Ariel and Melissa for all your help. I will be back soon that's a promise. The entire team is welcoming and helpful. This is my favorite place when coming into town. Thank you to all who assisted me during my stay.

Good time
Reviewed 1 week ago

Business trips send me all over and now I feel i found the hotel that fits me in NYC! Well done staff Ariel and Melissa were awesome Rory was definitely a blessing for directions and recommendations. Manjula makes a mean drink ha I will be back Duane Street thank you for your hospitality.

Had a good time
Reviewed 1 week ago

The reviews for this hotel don't do any justice the staff Is absolutely amazing they are attentive and knowledgeable. The cafe is continental but just right for the morning before adventuring. The bar well those ladies know how to make tasty drinks. The room we had was perfect,quite, and just enough space for us. We love boutiques. Will be returning soon. Thank you.

Awesome stay
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had an amazing stay at the hotel staff was awesome. Any questions or issues were quickly resolved. Melissa, Rory, Ariel, and Manjula from the bar made the stay absolutely enjoyable. We will be back soon and maybe this time we will spoil ourselves in a suite!!!!

Boutique is an interesting word
Reviewed 1 week ago

I always find the term boutique hotel to be interesting as it seems to be a mechanism whereby you can provide small rooms with nice decor and very limited facilities and call it something other than basic.
The service was excellent, but if you're looking for gym, large rooms and other things that you expect at this price point, then perhaps it's not for you.