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Rooms & Suites Hospitality with Style

Located on the water in Lower Manhattan in the iconic Battery Maritime Building, one of the last remaining Beaux-Arts style ferry terminals of the twentieth century, Casa Cipriani, meticulously restored and with interiors by Thierry Despont, features 47 guest rooms, with a number of individually decorated suites, each blending Cipriani’s elegant simplicity with maritime-inspired themes and curated art.

Our timeless accommodations, many of which have large outdoor terraces and pergolas overlooking the water with breathtaking views of the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge, include unique amenities, lacquered mahogany, and custom Italian furnishings created exclusively for Casa Cipriani.

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Casa Cipriani NYC Exclusive Members Only Club

The Club 

Casa Cipriani is a true private members club in the modern sense, bringing together an eclectic community of those who enjoy life’s simple pleasures. From the first days of Harry’s Bar in Venice, there was always a crowd of people from all walks of life, merrily sipping  Bellinis, chatting, and living the good life.

In keeping with that tradition, the Club at Casa Cipriani provides a perfect playground for dining and entertaining.

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Spa & Wellness Relax & Rejuvenate

Encompassing 15,000 square feet, our expansive health and wellness floor includes a fitness center, movement studio, steam rooms, saunas, cryotherapy, a full-service spa, integrative medical treatments and a wellness cafe. While the Wellness Center is exclusively available to the Casa Cipriani community, the Spa can be reserved by non-member guests.

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Private Events Celebrate

Our expansive events complex, Cipriani South Street, includes a private arrival foyer, separate pre-function rooms, and the historic Great Hall – ensuring a stylish setting for up to 800 seated guests.

These exclusive venues still feature many of the building’s original architectural details, from the landmarked patterned glass ceiling in the Great Hall to exposed period ironwork.

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