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Smyth Hotel
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Smyth Hotel
TriBeCa NYC's youngest contender in modern luxury hotel scene
by Margaret Kaminski
on 06 August 2010
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Just under a year old, the latest addition to Thompson Hotel's family, the Smyth offers the same casual sophistication they are known for with a custom-tailored interior suited to its TriBeCa location with understated wine-toned rooms, mini-bars stocked with Dean & Deluca gourmet snacks and incredible BBG architecture.

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Upon entering the hotel, guests pass through the lobby designed by Yabu Pushelberg down a dimly lit hall to reach reception, where they are greeted by staff members dressed in Helmut Lang-designed uniforms and a wall of antique toys.

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Each room offers a high level of comfort and style, featuring an LCD flat-screen TV, iPod dock, DVD player and Wi-Fi, with laptops and cell phones available upon request. The penthouse—large enough to fit 75 people—makes the perfect place to throw a party.

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Amenities like 400-thread-count Sferra linens, terry robes by Frette and Kiehl's products stocked in the marble bathrooms add to the overall stylish comfort, while the full bath and separate shower replete with Hansgrohe rain showerheads indulge you the way a hotel should.

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The ground floor of the Smyth includes Frederick Lesort's latest French-inspired brasserie Plein Sud, and the Smyth Lobby Bar, serving lighter fare and drinks.

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Rooms begin at $350 a night, to book visit the Thompson Hotels website.

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