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Inspired by Yesterday, designed for Today and poised for Tomorrow.

Walker Hotel Tribeca is inspired by creative expression and immersive experience, curiously shaped by its rich history and eclectic community. Adorned by handsome cobblestoned streets and lined by world renowned cafes and bars, Walker Hotel Tribeca is fellow to a multitude of historic warehouses turned lofts - and the brilliant minds of innovative artists and independent film makers.
Rooms at Tribeca, New York

Guest Rooms

Drawing from the distinctive character of Tribeca and the Golden Age New York City, each of the 171 luxury accommodations showcase timeless finishes while offering streamlined modern conveniences, sleek furnishings and stylish amenities. Walker Tribeca's efficient footprint rooms have high-quality finishes, marble-lined bathrooms and crisp tailored linens.

Special Offer at Tribeca, New York

Special Offers

Walker Hotel Tribeca will debut in fall 2019. Meanwhile, guests are encouraged to explore and indulge in unique experiences currently available at Walker Hotel Greenwich Village.

Dining at Tribeca, New York

Dining & Social

Walker Hotel Tribeca will offer an eclectic mix of restaurants and dining experiences tastefully inspired by the food culture and nightlife defining its locality.  Be sure to check back for more details coming soon.  

"We stayed in the pied a terre room with balcony. A real treat. And the hotel is in a great location with easy access to Union Square and the Village. We would definitely stay again, as my wife has declared this her new favorite in NYC."
- TripAdvisor.com
"The Walker Hotel is a gem in the heart of Manhattan... the experience was great. Neatly refurbished, this is a very cosy and well-maintained place... The style of the hotel is very elegant. Service is great."
- TripAdvisor.com
"We had the most wonderful stay at Walker Hotel. Amazing staff, great room views and fantastic location. Close to the subway and right in the middle of my favorite neighborhood in town. You should really stay here and enjoy its great restaurant, also. You'll feel at home (or better)."
- TripAdvisor.com
"Love this place! Rooms are clean with nice amenities...The food in the restaurant is delicious with friendly service everywhere."
- TripAdvisor.com
"Location fantastic. Staff very pleasant and accommodating. Recommend for couples. Nice quaint lobby. Shower pressure fantastic."
- TripAdvisor.com
Explore Tribeca
The Neighborhood between Neighborhoods
Named for the Triangle Below Canal, Tribeca is the parcel of land that sits above the Financial District and below Soho. Long ignored as an industrial neighborhood, Tribeca has risen in popularity in recent decades and is today known as home to some of the city's best restaurants, coolest shops, chicest private homes, and, of course, the world-famous Tribeca Film Festival, which takes place each spring and was founded by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal.
What's Nearby
  • Canal Street
    Find your fashion (and dim sum) at bargain prices on Chinatown's buzzing main drag, selling everything from knock-off designer handbags and jewelry to perfumes and accessories.
  • SoHo
    Filled with everything from designer boutiques, art galleries, and some of the best restaurants in the Big Apple, traverse the area south of Houston (SoHo) and enjoy this world-famous shopper's paradise.
  • Battery Park City
    Home to the SeaGlass Carousel, perennial gardens, bike trails, and boat docks, get the best views of the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park located on Manhattan's southern tip.
  • Freedom Tower
    Take an incredible elevator ride up 1,250 feet to One World Observatory for a bird's eye view of New York City's iconic sights, surrounding waters, and the impressive skyline for an unforgettable experience.
  • 9/11 Memorial
    Standing in the footprints of the old Twin Towers, visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum which stands as tribute of remembrance of the tragic events that occurred on September 11th.
  • South Street Seaport
    Teeming with designer stores, notable restaurants, a maritime museum and entertainment galore in every season, visit this outdoor cultural marketplace for a bit of history and a bit of fun.
  • Tenement Museum
    Take a walking tour through the Lower East Side and visit two Orchard Street tenements to learn about American immigrant history in New York City and the residents that inhabited them.
  • Lower East Side
    From live music, art, and entertainment to hip restaurants and lively bars, sample an array of fun things to do and taste in the cultural epicenter of Manhattan's Lower East Side.
  • New Museum
    Designed by one of the most innovative architecture firms, visit Manhattan's only museum dedicated solely to international contemporary art Bowery on Manhattan's Lower East Side.
  • Wall Street
    Immerse yourself in the fast-paced culture of the Financial District's famed Wall Street and visit the world's largest stock exchange and major finance corporations located in lower Manhattan.
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