AKA Tribeca epitomizes all the best characteristics of its locale — effortless urban sophistication, with a relaxed, yet refined sense of cool. This Lower Manhattan neighborhood is famously a hub for film and fashion and AKA Tribeca encapsulates the community’s creative and eclectic identity with a hip, luxury hideaway featuring luxurious loft-style guestrooms and a seasonally focused menu Little Park restaurant.
- Select from 100 immaculately designed guestrooms and suites with marble bathrooms
- Brand-new collection of guestrooms, thoughtfully updated with a designer's touch
- Take advantage of easy access to the sights of Manhattan and nearby Brooklyn
- Recharge in a refreshing walk-in rain shower after exploring New York City
- Sample dishes inspired by area farmers and other local purveyors crafted by James Beard Award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini
- Debuting spring 2019, a beautified lobby and bar from renowned designer Jennifer Post
From the intimate, cozy atmosphere of The Den to the unique seasonal menu at Little Park and the sophistication of the Evening Bar, AKA Tribeca provides a perfect, laid-back retreat in the creative epicenter of one of the world’s most exhilarating cities.
With just 100 guestrooms and suites, AKA Tribeca feels intimate and private. Each room is bright, with wide windows and a neutral color palette enhanced by warm, wooden furnishings and plenty of space to live, work, and relax. Vintage walnut desks provide an excellent work space, while the marble bathrooms — with over-sized, glass-walled showers — help you decompress after a busy day. The modern loft styling reflects the neighborhood’s upscale, urban lifestyle.
Upgrade to the Penthouse Suite for a stylish, exclusive stay and command the city from a 1,200-sq-ft terrace with views of SoHo. For days when you would like to savor breakfast in bed, or have a peaceful night in, select dishes from the in-room dining menu created by chef Andrew Carmellini. Ask the knowledgeable concierge staff for assistance whenever you need it, and be sure to ask for recommendations on the best hidden gems in the area.
James Beard Award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini leads the way at Little Park, with fine Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.
Little Park – Chef Andrew Carmellini’s hyper-seasonal menu is a feast for both the palate and the eyes. Organic, fresh produce from local farmers is used to craft beautifully presented dishes. Complement your meal with a unique cocktail, fine wine, or the house IPA in this bright, urban restaurant.
After a workout in the modern fitness center at AKA Tribeca, freshen up in your sleek guestroom. If you feel like staying in, make yourself a coffee with the in-room Nespresso machine, and relax with a movie.
Beyond your luxury residences, there is the Big Apple and all it offers. Fashion-minded guests can explore the chic, designer boutiques a few blocks away in SoHo, browse luxury labels at nearby Brookfield Place, or visit Westfield World Trade Center for Manhattan’s largest shopping complex. Make time for quiet reflection and the poignant exhibits at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Walk over the storied Brooklyn Bridge to explore the cultural patchwork of Brooklyn, and take a short ride on the subway for a close-up view of sights such as the Chrysler Building, Central Park, and Times Square.
Set in the Tribeca neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, AKA Tribeca is in an ideal spot to discover this high-spirited city. Take a short walk to the Financial District or SoHo, stroll across the bridge to Brooklyn, and take in the signature sights of New York City.
LaGuardia International Airport is 13 mi / 21 km away.
Newark Liberty International Airport is 13 mi / 21 km away.
John F. Kennedy International Airport is 21 mi / 34 km away.
Chambers Street subway station is steps from AKA Tribeca, offering direct access to all of New York City.