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My preference is always somewhere small and original as opposed to large brands but with that comes risk. We had nothing to worry about .. we had a fantastic stay. The staff were really friendly and helpful. Getting breakfast in was a real bonus and...More
After flying for 16 hours and an hour train trip we found our suite clean and ready – 9 o’clock in the morning! A weary traveller cannot appreciate this enough. The Sinnot Suite was large enough for three adults. We stayed for 2 nights, and...More
My fiance and I stayed at the Canal Park Inn for two nights and three days. I'll start by saying it was an extremely convenient place to stay. There was restaurants and spas and walks by the water and the subway was nearby.
This is an unusual find in NYC. A 200 year old property, which takes you back in time. The rooms are not huge, but perfectly comfortable. The breakfast was a lovely experience, made from scratch by the owner. The best thing about this place is...More
The Canal Park Inn is a rare gem in a part of town that is known to be home to some very expensive boutique hotels. We stayed in the Kennedy room and found it very clean and very comfortable; the AC kept us cool during...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$322 - US$433 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What’s in a name? In this case it is the unique title of “Triangle Below Canal Street” that became a popular nickname in the 1970s. An attractive neighbourhood filled with handsome lofts on the edge of the Financial District, this lovely slice of Manhattan offers plenty of fine dining experiences and art galleries. Plus, it’s home to the city’s most exciting film event, the Tribeca Film Festival, that takes
place here every year. TriBeCa is a great place to take a leisurely stroll before stopping into one of the many local restaurants or bars for a satisfying meal and cocktail. You’ll see families out for an afternoon walk, and don’t be surprised to come up with the occasional celebrity sighting. With such a great vibe, many of the city’s most famous residents call this neighbourhood home.