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Hotel Sheraton Tribeca Hotel 4 star
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370 Canal Street, Manhattan, New York New York, United States of America -
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Amy Adejokun Section editor

The Sheraton Tribeca is a smart new hotel in a great location for both (returning) tourists and business people. Not only is it close to the business district around Wall Street, but its proximity to several of Downtown's most exciting neighbourhoods is a real plus. A full service hotel, the Sheraton offers well appointed, spacious rooms with great views, a decent restaurant, great business and fitness facilities and some nice touches and services that you may not expect from a hotel such as this. Efficient staff and a bustling atmosphere make this a solid choice for those looking for a high standard, dependable hotel with no nasty surprises.

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    Location 5.05 /10

    Situated on Canal Street, the thoroughfare that denotes the beginning of the CanDo district of the island, the hotel enjoys an ideal location for those who have perhaps already been there, done that and got the t-shirt in terms of the main tourist attractions of Midtown. The trendy neighbour hoods of SoHo, TriBeCa, Nolita and Chinatown are within walking distance, while a little further afoot are the Battery and South Street Seaport to the south and the Chelsea, the East and West Village and the Lower Eastside to the north. Should you wish to head uptown or to Brooklyn then there are several subway stations in close proximity that will get you there quickly. JFK is 18 miles away, La Guardia 10 miles and Newark 13.

    Accommodation 8.20 /10

    The Sheraton Tribeca has a total of 369 rooms and suites, many of which have impressive views of the city. Every room features a king size Sheraton Sweet Sleeper bed which has a custom mattress, quality linens and both down and foam pillows. The standard rooms are of a generous size and are decorated in the somber but smart tones of the brand. All rooms have a large work space and ergonomic chair on which are refreshment trays and a telephone. There is also a seating area with comfortable armchairs and large picture windows giving on to the neighbouring buildings (the views from the 10th floor and above are the finest). You'll find plenty of storage space on the room as well as the following amenities: 32" flatscreen television, safe, iron and ironing board, air conditioning and tea and coffee facilities. The bathrooms are relatively spacious too and have either a shower cubicle (king rooms) or a shower/tub combination (double double rooms). They feature the hotel's own brand of toiletries as well as a hairdryer and large mirror, although bathrobes and slippers are available on request only. Those rooms on the 21st and 22nd floors are reserved for Club Lounge members. They are the same size as the standard rooms but do boast improved amenities such as a larger television, complimentary water, better views and of course access to the Club Lounge. A few of the standard rooms have a terrace and while this is a nice option to have, they are probably not worth the higher tariff. There are three types of suite available all of which have seating and dining areas, with the presidential suite boasting a kitchenette and Hudson views. The views from the Tribeca suite are a little disappointing. Each floors of the hotel has three interconnecting rooms for large families. There are some nice touches carried out by the room maids such as the placing of a hoover-shaped chocolate on your pillow along with a hand-written note. Such attention to detail deserves some appreciation in our opinion.

    Overview 8.20 /10

    Quite unusually for a hotel, the exterior colours of the Sheraton Tribeca are a reflection of those indoors, that's to say various nuances of brown mixed in with off white. The bright, spacious lobby is more or less divided into two halves with the actual milling space to the left and the bar area to the right, while the grab and go and restaurant are also to be found around the hall (see 'Food and Drink'). You'll be greeted by cheery doormen and then again by the good natured receptionists behind free standing check-in desks. There are a couple of chairs either side of a chess table opposite the reception while in the middle of the hall is the Link@Sheraton business centre. This latter is a space where guests can come and use the internet on a complimentary basis either on the PCs provided or with their laptop. Although available 24 hours a day to all guests, it is perhaps not the most convenient place to get some work done as the lobby is almost constantly frequented (and there is background music playing most of the time too).

    A far better idea for those who need to work is to head for the Club Lounge. Usually reserved for those guests staying in rooms on the corresponding floors, it is possible to buy into the scheme. As well as a quiet place to work, again either on the PCs at your disposal or on your laptop, those with access to the lounge are able to enjoy a complimentary breakfast, snacks throughout the day and access to the terrace with sweeping views of the city. There are also a number of services such as printing and copying available to guests using the Club Lounge. This is one of the real pulls of this hotel as it is only usually the high-end hotels which have such a facility.

    Once a day's work or a day's sightseeing is over you may want to head for the well-equipped Core fitness room which is mostly made up for cardio machines. There is one universal weights machine as well as a stretching area and complimentary water and towels earphones. The only downside is that there is no view from the facility, which is a shame as if it had been installed higher up the hotel, the motivation for a workout would have been even greater.

    The overall condition of the hotel is excellent, although we visited after only six months or so of its opening. Although the lobby can get a bit nippy at times, the rest of the public spaces are clean and tidy and it is easy to navigate the corridors to your room. There are several elevators which serve all floors and for which you require your room key to operate. Along the corridors you'll find ice machines and vending machines for your convenience as well as an ATM down in the lobby. The staff is overall very professional and efficient, although perhaps not the most charismatic in New York.

    Food and drink 7.70 /10

    The hotel offers its clients a full service restaurant as well as a lobby bar and a grab and go café. The Cast Iron Grill, which takes its name from the construction principles of the surrounding buildings, serves food around the clock in a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere. Guests can choose between an à la carte menu which has both continental and hot dishes and the buffet which has a combination of the two. Although of a decent quality, we found the prices to be a little on the high side. The lunch and dinner menu features classic American cuisine, again, perhaps a little too pricey. If you are not too exhausted to head back out after a day in the town then there are better, cheaper options close by.

    Dutch, the hotel's lobby bar, is a pleasant place to have a drink and a nibble for both business and pleasure. With a good atmosphere fuelled by the buzz of the lobby, the space can also be used to surf the internet or catch a sports fixture on the big screen. Just adjacent to the bar is the Link Café, a grab and go type affair when you get pick up breakfast on the go or get a snack during the day. Most of the products on offer are Starbuck's-branded so you know exactly what you are getting. Those with access to the Club Lounge can take your breakfast here which consists of a limited continental and hot spread, while those watching their waist like can opt for the specially designed Core menu.

    To know

    The hotel opened back in October 2010. At the moment there is no spa or wellness facilities, however one is in the process of being constructed in the hotel's basement. It should be ready in time for spring 2012.

    Equipment

    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Animals allowed
    • Meeting room

    advantage

    • Brand synonymous with quality
    • Views from room
    • Business facilities
    • Club lounge
    • Location

    disadvantages

    • Distance from principal tourist attractions
    • Price of restaurant

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