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In case you didn’t know, New York’s coolest address is the Roxy Hotel Penthouse

NYC's Roxy Hotel penthouse is the city's coolest address

Perhaps one of the most ubiquitous and well-hashed-out arguments in New York City is where the coolest places in town exist – where to dine, to drink, to rest after a long day of city hustle and bustle. But we'd like to end that argument here and now to let you know that the Roxy Hotel's Penthouse is truly the place to be this summer.

The Roxy Hotel is already one of the city's most coveted addresses, located on the border of Soho and Tribeca, the destination's penthouse sitting at 2,560 square feet – an ample pied-a-terre for entertaining or unwinding. Designed by the renowned interior designer and 'choreographer of spaces' Bill Sofield (known for his work with clients like Tom Ford, Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci), the space was envisioned with a cinematic atmosphere – drawing from the rich history and film culture of the Tribeca neighbourhood.

Let the penthouse's TEAC turntable and deftly curated selection of vinyl kick your evening into gear, or simply lie down and wrap yourself in the swathes of 100% Egyptian cotton linen and custom cashmere throws in the penthouse's amply appointed King bed. Or do both at the same time, you know?

If entertaining is your prerogative, swing by the the room's full wet bar, stocked with local gourmet items as well as full-size liquor options, and step out onto your own private rooftop terrace with 360 degree views of downtown Manhattan..

It's an indulgent, and impeccably designed experience, one complimented by a full suite of luxurious amenities, and, over the summer, offering a package that includes in-room flower arrangements, champagne on arrival, twice-daily settings downstairs at the softly lit, velvet and leather seating of the Roxy Bar (think live jazz and cocktails). And to round out the experience, tickets to the Art Deco-inspired arthouse Roxy Cinema in Manhattan, to experience a petri dish of cult cinema in the form of first-run independent film, and rare archival and 35mm classics.

Discover the Roxy Hotel Penthouse experience on the Roxy Hotel website.


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Images courtesy of the Roxy Hotel.