© Walker Hotels / Photography: Adrian Gaut

It’s safe to say that New York City‘s hospitality scene is one of the most dynamic on the planet, and especially the top segment has seen a flurry of new openings in recent years. Six years after opening its first property in Greenwich Village, Walker Hotels ventured a couple of blocks south to set up shop in Tribeca, one of Manhattan’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. The new property, aptly called Walker Hotel Tribeca, occupies a former ribbons and buttons factory built in 1899 by architect William H. Birkmire, and features 171 stylish guest rooms and spread across ten floors. Divided into seven categories, each is well-appointed, matching the requirements of today’s savvy traveller with great comfort and nifty amenities. For those who require a little extra pampering, the property readily accommodates with the Petite Loft Queen, the biggest room in the house with double height windows, marble bathroom finishes, herringbone wood floors, crisp linens and ships ladders to access cozy lofts with queen beds. The hotel’s current public spaces showcase a mix of iconic mid-century and classic design details, and includes sofas by Børge Mogensen, Pierre Jeanneret loungers, Osvaldo Borsani shelving and Philippe Bestenheider‘s flower-inspired Lui 5 chairs. Contributing to the neighbourhood’s buzz, Walker Hotel Tribeca features no less than six food and beverage venues, including a lively lobby bar and lounge, an on-site Blue Bottle coffee shop, a subterranean cocktail bar designed by design practice John McCormick, a vegetarian-centric restaurant designed by Cycle Projects, and opening very soon, an additional bar perched on the  roof with sweeping city views.

Walker Hotel Tribeca
77 Walker Street
New York, NY 10013
Telephone: +1 212 7358000

© Walker Hotels / Photography: Adrian Gaut and Reed McKendree