Tribeca, New York, NY, USA

Tribeca, New York, NY, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 34 vacation rentals near Tribeca. From 32 apartments to 0 , find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Tribeca for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A stay in trendy Tribeca

Tribeca's hip vibes draw visitors to this Manhattan destination for stylish boutiques, trendy restaurants and art galleries. With the Financial District for a neighbor, there's plenty of big buildings and weekday bustle close by, but quiet weekends here can be spent riverside on the Hudson, enjoying family-friendly amenities at the local pier, picnicking on grassy lawns and looking out to New Jersey and the Statue of Liberty in the distance. When it's time to select your Tribeca vacation rental, you'll find a range of lofts and apartments await, putting you in walking distance to subway stations and endless Manhattan attractions.

The historic streets of Tribeca

With an array of historic buildings spanning a few centuries, Tribeca is a great neighborhood to take a self-guided walking tour. Art Deco, Renaissance Revival and Queen Anne are among the architectural styles you'll encounter here. On the outskirts of the neighborhood, you can join public tours at New York City Hall, built in the early 1800s and still in use, and snap photos outside of the 1766 Saint Paul's Chapel, New York City's oldest church still standing. The city's tallest building, One World Trade Center, also neighbors Tribeca, and offers incredible skyline views from its observatory, 100 floors up.

Family fun and games in Tribeca

Tribeca's Pier 25 on the Hudson River is a family-friendly spot to step away from the city streets and enjoy waterfront views. Kids will love running around the play area, while the whole crew can join in the fun at an outdoor mini-golf course. Sandy beach volleyball courts here are perfect for friendly matches in the warm summer months, while a California-style skatepark welcomes rollerbladers and skateboarders. Don't miss the public tours of the old steamship here that are offered a few times a week. The 1933 boat is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Spring awakening in Tribeca

There's nothing better than spending warm spring days in Tribeca, taking long bike rides near the waterfront and picnicking on grassy lawns enjoying the view across the Hudson River. Slightly higher rainfall in March, April and May means city parks will awaken in green soon, so visit toward the end of the season for clear, sunny skies and afternoons that heat up into the 70s and 80s. The district's annual film festival takes place in spring, too, so if you visit during this time, be sure to secure your Tribeca vacation rental early to ensure your ideal dates are available.

On the river in Tribeca

Thanks to its Hudson riverfront location, Tribeca is a great area to experience a little breathing room in the big city. Rockefeller Park here offers a large lawn for sunning and afternoon picnics, as well as a lily pond where ducks and migratory birds congregate. The Battery Park City Esplanade connects the park to the tip of Manhattan, perfect for waterfront walks down to Battery Park, where you'll discover historic monuments, an urban farm and 4 acres of woodland gardens. Both parks offer ferry terminals, making it easy to reach New Jersey or Ellis Island from your Tribeca vacation rental.