Smyth, a Thompson Hotel, just debuted its newly renovated guestrooms and suites, marking the end of the second phase of a hotel-wide refresh at the Tribeca property.
Soho-based Gachot Studios, founded by John and Christine Gachot and known for its work on New York City’s The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, The Sterling Mason Residences and Acme restaurant, spearheaded the renovation project. Inspired by classic Tribeca lofts, the new interiors in the guestrooms and four suites - the Penthouse, Smyth Suite and two Thompson Suites - draw from the design aesthetic in the hotel lobby spaces. Many materials were sourced locally from Tribeca and greater New York City.
The four suites are meant to resemble a classic pied-a-terre. Each has its own dining and living room with unique, vintage pieces. Inside are custom black sisal area rugs by ALT for Living, lounge chairs upholstered in a Gachot-designed custom striped fabric, pendant lighting by trans-LUXE, sofas by Montauk Sofa and Bensen, custom coffee tables fabricated by Woodworks, and eclectic artwork. The Penthouse has a master bedroom, living area, full dining room and kitchen with a wet bar for entertaining, plus an 800-square-foot landscaped terrace with a palette of warm wood and black accents. The Smyth Suite includes a master bedroom, living area and dining room with a 300-square-foot terrace.