Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- The best view to be had is from the deck on the 21st floor
- Within walking distance of Soho, Tribeca, Little Italy and Chinatown
- Parking On Site
A stay at Sheraton Tribeca New York Hotel places you in the heart of Manhattan, minutes from HERE and close to New York University. This 4-star hotel is close to New York Stock Exchange and Brooklyn Bridge.
Make yourself at home in one of the 369 air-conditioned rooms featuring DVD players and flat-screen televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters. Cable programming provides entertainment, and wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreation amenities such as a 24-hour health club or take in the view from a rooftop terrace. Additional features at this hotel include wireless Internet access (surcharge), concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Food & Drink
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel’s restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café, and 24-hour room service is provided. Relax with a refreshing drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include wired Internet access (surcharge), a 24-hour business center, and express check-in. Planning an event in Manhattan? This hotel has facilities measuring 1450 square feet (135 square meters), including meeting rooms.
How to Get There
We stayed in Sheraton Tribeca on our 4 days trip to New York.
We arrived around 11 am and the check in time was 3 pm. The hotel staff put our luggage in storage room & we went out to the tourist sites until the room was ready.
The hotel is well located on canal street which is just a few blocks away from the world famous shopping & eating district Soho. Brooklyn bridge is only 10 mins walk from the hotel.
The subway to uptown is at 2 mins walk from where you can easily take the express train which takes you to Times Square in less than 10 mins.
There are a lot of train stations nearby so you can easily go to major attractions like staten island ferry for Statue of Liberty, Port authority buss terminal which takes you to Woodbury premium outlet shopping mall ( an hour away from NYC).
We booked at room at 17th floor with twin beds and it was quite spacious. However, there was no minibar in the room. It had an ironing facility & a locker thou. The bathroom size is also ok. The rooms are comfortable but not very modern which does not makes much difference as in a city like New York , you only come to the hotel to sleep at night.
Overall, it was a good experience , not v noisy like Times Square Sheraton . I would definitely stay here again.
1. Location - I chose this hotel primarily for the location (easy access to Soho, Tribeca, Chinatown). Soho is my favorite neighborhood in New York for the high density of great shopping and food and the easy walkability, and this hotel is in an excellent location for exploring Soho.
2. Comfort - The rooms are comfortable and cozy. Bed was a king size (sometimes New York hotels will default to a queen) and the room was clean. Blanket was a little thin but it was adequate.
3. Good service - Staff was pleasant.
1. The entrance, lobby, hallway areas aren't the chicest in the four-star range. It's fine, but not great.
Overall an affordable, comfortable stay with a great location!
Location isn't fantastic as it's right off Canal Street in Chinatown. Very noisy unless you're on a high floor.
Room was okay in size and comfortable / clean.
No real dining on site, though they have a breakfast buffet in the AM.
Staff was friendly but definitely not close to a full service Sheraton.
This was my first stay at the Sheraton Tribeca and I found it to be a quality experience. It's well located near main subway lines, walkable to great food options and close to the Holland Tunnel for travel to NJ. The club lounge on the 21st floor had limited but good breakfast items, nice views, and space to work. The restaurant in the lobby is on the smaller side, but my steak was good and the staff was courteous.
I selected this hotel because of the very reasonable price and location to several subway lines. I arrived several hours before check in and the front desk took care of checking me in (room was not ready though) and storing my luggage (no charge - did tip when I picked them up). I am a Marriott Bonvoy member do they upgraded my room to include Lounge access (complimentary breakfast, snacks, coffee, waters and soft drinks).
The room I stayed in on the 15th floor had a decent rooftop view looking east. Decent sized room (for NYC) with a queen bed, desk (with desk chair) and restroom. Bed was comfortable and you are able to open the window a few inches which is nice. The heat/air worked great. I left the fan on high to drown out some of the hallway noise. I will say that my room was near the bank of elevators so I did hear lots of loud conversations while others waited for access to them. The windows did a good job keeping outside noise out as you could hear a tremendous difference when you opened them.
Lots of shopping in nearby Soho too - just a couple minutes walk away.
Several subway lines were within a block or two that would get you to most places in a short time. I flew into LGA and it was about 55 minutes from getting in the MTA system.
The lounge breakfast was simple with eggs, sausage, pastries, breads, yogurts and juices. It was a great treat if you are trying to save a few dollars on a meal to get your day started.
Happy Hour - this was a very nice treat that I didn’t expect. During my stay (Saturday-Tuesday) from 5-7 each evening there was a FREE Happy our in the Club Lounge in the 21st floor. A few wine options, a few beer options and light snacks. I had a few beers each night (prior to going out for dinner) and simply tipped the gentleman that served us. Other places I ate charged $7-$10 for beer so this was a crazy good deal. It was busy each night with little room to sit. There is a rooftop area with additional seats and nice views but the temperatures were a bit chilly during my visit to linger outside.
You should consider upgrading to Club access if a free happy hour, free breakfast and drinks excite you. I think if you have two in your group that could easily add a significant value to the room at the Sheraton Tribeca.
Checkout was noon and the desk was happy to store luggage if you wanted to explore and come back later to retrieve the luggage.