Dream Downtown

Chelsea, New York

Silver King room

Bronze King room

New York City

Bronze Queen room

Bronze room

A stylish hotel in downtown Manhattan with a chic outdoor pool and spa cabanas, loft-style guest rooms and incredible after-dark offerings

When you're staying in the Big Apple, you'll want to be right in the core of the action. That's where Dream Downtown puts you. Stylish Lower Manhattan is the perfect place to stay in NYC, holding the Meatpacking District’s boutiques, the High Line, the original Magnolia Bakery, bohemian Greenwich Village, the new Whitney location and the Hudson River. Based at this boutique luxury hotel, all of the above is within a leisurely five- to 15-minute stroll.

But if you've come seeking luxe sunbathing, high-end dining and nightlife, you won't have to stroll anywhere to find what you're looking for. That’s because this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winner takes its service and after-dark offerings seriously, featuring an outdoor pool with heated glass bottom, a plush Beijing-inspired restaurant, a Mexican bodega that somehow weaves in references to the Tudor dynasty, a bar that brings together England’s Gothic period and 1980s and one of Manhattan’s most exclusive rooftop terraces. A dream of a stay, indeed.

Good to know

Please note that a resort fee of $14.95 per room, per night will be added on the payment screen. The resort fee includes pool access (heated to 70 degrees all year round from 8am to 8pm; adults-only after 12pm); PHD access from 5pm to 9pm (if there are no private events); unlimited 24/7 access to the fitness centre; and package handling and storage for up to five pieces prior to and during your stay.
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Highlights

  • Bagging a chaise longue by the chic outdoor pool with heated glass base
  • Cutting a rug at glam PHD Rooftop, one of the trendiest dance clubs in Manhattan
  • Picking between the high-end Chinese restaurant and the 'Tudor hacienda' bodega
  • Unwinding in your room, decked out with an Oushak rug and a Southeast Asian twist

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