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This is a popular choice if you're looking for a luxurious residence with good amenities (including a high-end spa with hammams) whilst discovering the hip and bohemian SoHo and TriBeca districts.

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Ben West
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In downtown Manhattan, the Dominick is just a few blocks from TriBeCa. It's just a five-minute walk to the West Village. The area is quite hip and there are plenty of bars, boutiques and art galleries.

You're near several subway lines to explore the rest of the city.

By plane: London, Manchester or Edinburgh to New York takes 7 hours, after which, a taxi takes 45 minutes. Parking costs $81 per day. Book flights to New York.

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As soon as you walk through the entrance and lobby, you know this is a luxurious hotel. Natural materials such as stone and wood are used, and there are nods to industrial chic. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to flood in.


There's a spa with hammams, saunas and steam rooms, and the gym has Peloton and TechnoGym equipment, weights and more. There's also the terrace pool with cabanas, in-room dining and two restaurants and bar areas.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Terrace
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms and suites are spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows to enjoy the views. Rooms have Fendi Casa custom furniture, a desk and seating area. Turkish Marmara stone bathrooms have both baths and rain showers.

Room types: King Room, One Bedroom Suite, Two Bedroom Suite, Spa Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Nespresso machine, TV, free Wi-Fi


Vestry restaurant is overseen by Michelin-starred chef Shaun Hergatt. The Mezzanine is more casual and El Ta'koy is the poolside venue. The baby beet salad with apple, rocket, dried figs, goat's cheese and hazelnuts was interesting.

Vestry: seafood restaurant, contemporary cuisine. Open daily for dinner.

Mezzanine: all-day dining and cocktails, open daily.

El Ta'koy: terrace bar and restaurant, Hawaiian cuisine. All-day dining, open daily.

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