Fronted by an ocean liner-inspired stainless steel façade and riddled with porthole windows, the grand exterior of Dream Downtown hails its 1960s role as the National Maritime Union headquarters. Inside, it’s the stuff of reveries – a lobby that seems to buzz with energy as if alive on its own; a glass-bottomed swimming pool floating in the ceiling high above; pockets of guests and locals alike catching up over cocktails or being mesmerized by their gadgets. This is your dream.
As much a place to play as it is to stay, our downtown hotel offers everything today’s urban traveler seeks for buttoning down, loosening up, or a little of both: 314 loft-style guest rooms and suites, luxurious amenities, unique event spaces and a friendly (if slightly overeager-to-please) staff that knows the ins and outs of everything NYC. Plus, all the dining and nightlife you could ask for, built right in.
Like New York City itself, Dream is a destination where you can get into a little mischief – but only if you want to. And don’t worry, we’ll never tell. (We might even join you).
"Sneaker concierge, Vaughn, will hook your feet up with any limited-edition sneaker ever made, from vintage Air Jordans to Kanye’s new-release adidas Yeezy Boost."
- Fodor's Travel
"In the dead of winter, New Yorkers deserve to staycation at city hotels that often play host to celebrities."
- Gotham Magazine
"[One of] the 10 Most Breathtaking Hotel Lobbies in New York City"
“The second floor terrace of this mod Meatpacking District hotel channels the French Riviera.”
- Time Out New York
“Cosmopolitan yet comfortable really is the perfect way to describe New York’s Dream Downtown hotel.”
– Vogue UK
“One of our favorite fashion week haunts.”
“One-stop hot spot”
- New York Magazine
“An explosive bar scene”
- The Sunday Times
“[Electric Room] The most exclusive nightclub and bar in New York”
– USA Today
– AOL News
“It’s loft-like interiors, talking point façade and translucent bottomed pool (visible from the foyer) might make this your new place.”
- Harper’s Bazaar
“A fine cut diamond of glass and polished surfaces”
- New York Times
355 West 16th STE Near 9th AVE
New York, NY 10011