The hotel is ideally location right next to the Canal St Station, a major hub of the MTA subway system, servicing N, R, Q, 6 and J trains.
From Grand Central: 6 Downtown to Canal St
From Times Square, Union Square: N, Q (Express) or R (local) to Canal St
The area of Downtown Manhattan known as Tribeca gets its name from an acronym based on the words “Triangle below Canal Street”. The Tribeca region stretches from Canal Street (bordering SoHo) south to Vesey Street (bordering the Financial District) and from Broadway all the way west to the Hudson River. Cross the West Side Highway at Chambers to enjoy the lovely Hudson River Park and River Promenade, which stretches all the way from Battery Park City to the Chelsea Piers and beyond.
Known for its mid19th Century castiron architecture and its loftstyle apartments, SoHo is also known for its designer boutiques, trendy restaurants and bars and sidewalk vendors.
The streets of Chinatown are great for wandering. Explore the local stores selling Asian goods and groceries and stop in to try some of the best restaurants specializing in Dim Sum and Cantonese cuisine.
Expanding about 4 city blocks, check out the many Italian restaurants, imported Italian grocery stores and the old St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
When you’re ready for a change from Manhattan’s skyscrapers and bustling crowds, head to The Village and enjoy a quieter, calmer atmosphere. Explore the many independently owned shops, restaurants and secret gardens nestled between townhouses.