Roxy Hotel Tribeca2 Ave of the Americas, New York City, NY 10013
Roxy Hotel Tribeca is pet friendly! Two pets of any size are welcome for no additional fee. For same day arrivals, please call 877-411-3436 to confirm availability of a pet-friendly room.Book Now
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Standing between the sectors of high finance and high fashion, Roxy Hotel is New York's exclusive downtown getaway. From weekend leisure trips to executive business trips, relaxing to partying, the Roxy Hotel never has to choose between business and pleasure-and neither should its guests. In fact, the Roxy Hotel is best known for its spacious open atrium, where New York's happening downtown scene unfolds nightly in Church Lounge-an epicenter for some of New York's most prestigious events. The luxury boutique hotel also offers diverse venues for private events, 24-hour fully-equipped business and fitness centers, pet-friendly accommodations, and dedicated concierges who actively take part in the New York scene.
- Pet Friendly
- Fitness Center
- Internet Available
- Free WiFi
- Air Conditioning
- Cable Television
- Room Service
- Breakfast Available
- Parking Available
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Laundry Room
- Dry Cleaning
- Non-Smoking Property
More than one year ago.
Dog friendly lounge
We stayed at the hotel for 5 days with two 50lbs dogs. They allow you to sit in the bar lounge area with your dogs so you could have breakfast, lunch, and dinner and few cocktails with your dogs right by your feet during the cold winter season too when you can't sit outside. We expected to be able to walk to battery park for our dogs but all the grass area in battery park had a sign that said "no dogs allowed". Being That our dogs were suburban dogs that only pee on grass, this was hard. It was a great walk to Washington Sq park during the day, walking through Soho. Well our dogs went to NYC and learned how to pee on concrete.