Local heritage meets an eye for design at this Tribeca boutique hotel
On first appearances, The Frederick Hotel is a glimpse of old-time New York grandeur. This landmark gothic revival building was built in the 1830s – and has been welcoming guests since 1845. In fact, it’s rumoured Lincoln himself may have visited. Now, over 150 years later, it’s been reinvented as a luxury boutique hotel immersed in downtown’s up-to-the-minute culture.
That’s not to say the hotel has left the past behind. Rooms and suites celebrate vintage-inspired design, mixing mid-century-modern and art nouveau with contemporary minimalism. Custom, dark wood features contrast with neutral colour schemes and pure white Frette linens. Mornings are made for flicking through complimentary copies of the New York Times over freshly-brewed coffee and breakfast at Serafina restaurant. Then, after a day exploring Manhattan, return to Serafina for authentic Italian fare and a relaxed atmosphere. Just make sure you don’t leave without trying the signature truffle pizza.Read more[SPLIT]Read less
Beyond The Frederick Hotel, the thriving cultural and culinary scene of Tribeca awaits. If you’re not sure where to start, book your complimentary private walking tour to see the neighbourhood through local eyes. With Chambers Street subway station just steps away, the rest of the city is at your feet from this luxury boutique hotel.
Enjoy your stay!