TriBeCa unveils Duane Street hotel

The Tribeca neighborhood in New York has welcomed the opening of the Duane Street Hotel where visitors can “be in the heart of the landmark neighborhood while experiencing all the upscale comforts of a metropolitan home”.

Known for cobblestone streets, historic warehouse buildings, art galleries and award-winning restaurants, Tribeca is one of New York’s most stylish neighborhoods.

With 45 rooms, the six-story hotel evokes the unique style of Manhattan’s fashionable loft living, complete with clean modern decor. Designed by architectural firm Gene Kaufman Associates and renowned interior designer Paul Vega, the Hersha Hospitality Management property integrates the unique character of Tribeca with the needs of sophisticated travelers.

“Our mission at the Duane Street Hotel is to provide timeless comfort, superior service and incomparable courtesy to create an unforgettable guest experience,” says Jeffrey M. Stegman, general manager. “We have designed a neighborhood-scale hotel that makes each guest feel at home in one of the chicest areas of the City.”

Each room features custom-designed residential furniture, natural wood, slate bathrooms with chrome and marble fixtures. Amenities include a work desk, high-speed and WiFi Internet access, and 32-inch plasma TV with premium cable. Both queen and king-size guest beds are outfitted with European cotton linens, luxurious duvet comforters and a state-of-the-art pillow-top mattress with washable hygienic liner. Three room sizes—Superior, Deluxe and Executive—are soothingly appointed in shades of pale yellow and blonde wood (Superior) and gentle lilac and cherry wood (Executive and Deluxe).


Additional amenities provided by neighborhood boutiques highlight the splendors of Tribeca—including in-room spa services and access to award- winning cuisine for in-room dining. In addition, the Duane Street Hotel is home to ‘beca Restaurant.