Location in the heart of Tribeca, close to the neighborhood’s gourmet restaurants and posh cafés, as well as the Hudson River
Charming, helpful staff and a seriously well-connected concierge team
Stellar amenities: free snacks and Red Flower toiletries in rooms; subterranean spa, pool and gym; and a guests-only lounge and patio
What To Know
Celeb following and hot spot restaurant attract a sceney crowd
Service at Locanda Verde restaurant is hit-or-miss; the dining room can be noisy
Valet parking is a pricey $60 per night
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A-list favorite in hip Tribeca, with a designer downtown look, award-winning spa and hotspot Italian restaurant
Grande dame glamour in downtown duds. Far from the gold and gilded, the lobby shows its polish in handmade floor tiles, hand-woven rugs and bespoke furniture in rich velvets and leathers. Dropped beam ceilings add a rustic edge and the air of a private home, while folding screens and wood lattices create private pockets for business types, celebs and gossiping fashionistas to go incognito.
Bed and Bath
All 88 rooms are individually designed with their globetrotting guests in mind: The smallest are over 300 square feet, lights are on dimmers, blank walls trump bad hotel art, and WiFi, soft drinks and a diet-busting selection of snacks are free. Furnishings are plucked from around the globe, with Tibetan silk rugs on the stone floors, English leather sofas, Carrara marble, hand-crafted Moroccan tiles and supersoft Duxiana beds from Sweden. Bathrooms feel hammam-like thanks to mosaic tiles on floors and walls, and they have power showers and deep tubs (in most), as well as toiletries by NYC-based Red Flower.
For a relatively small hotel, the Greenwich is packed with amenities. The on-site restaurant, Locanda Verde, is an enduring hot spot serving Italian tavern fare in a lively dining room. Guests can also drink and dine in the private lounge, which is kept cozy with mismatched sofas and armchairs, stacks of art books and a roaring fire. They can also make use of the quiet, leafy courtyard, which is open throughout the summer. Downstairs, the state-of-the-art gym is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., and the sanctuary-like Shibui Spa has a lantern-lit swimming pool, four treatment rooms and a pampering menu of massages, body treatments and more.
The Greenwich Hotel
377 Greenwich Street
New York, New York 10013
How to Get There
Many direct flights are available to LaGuardia Airport (LGA), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Newark Airport (EWR) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Taxis cost approximately $40 from LGA and $50 from JFK or EWR.