Modern-elegant Smyth TriBeCa Hotel hosts the most for visiting (and local) cinephiles.
From April 20th through May 1st, Hollywood’s A-list-and all our favorite New York-based actors will be hitting the not-so-mean streets “below Canal” for the annual Tribeca Film Festival, which debuted in 2002.
Every year it just keeps getting bigger, drawing more migrating West Coast notables, in addition to emerging and established talents from around the world.
The respite and revelry ticket is “neighborhood hideaway” Smyth TriBeCa, as hotelier Jason Pomeranc calls it: the place to be to make your screening plans over crafts-y cocktails and culinary wizardry, while hobnobbing among the films’ stars. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, hit up TriBeCa’s most insider-y lodging’s chic cellar lounge Toro, or Smyth’s acclaimed French restaurant Plein Sud for grist and gossip. If you want to spend the night, book a room at Smyth with special film festival rates here.
This year, the screenings-many of them in “the zone” of Smyth TriBeCa include over two hundred selections. For information on tickets, times, locations, and prices (typically $8-$16 per screening), visit the Tribeca Film Festival offical website.