The Greenwich Hotel
- At a Glance
- Our Review
A complimentary USD 50 spa voucher.
NYC meets Tuscany in the heart of trendy Tribeca.
Don’t be surprised to spot some celebs or meedja stars in the lobby of Tribeca’s Greenwich Hotel – Hollywood actor and owner Robert De Niro is among the regulars here.
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Downtown – in the heart of happening Tribeca.
Come here for...
• A Tribeca temple for sleek urbanites. • Spotting celebrity-owner Robert de Niro. • High-end Italian comfort food. • The sleek Japanese style spa.
There's a gym and indoor pool for exercising, and a pamper zone in the Shibui spa. There's also a library, a first rate Italian restaurant and a courtyard for enjoying drinks and light bites.
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Not one for those on a tight budget.
88 rooms and suites.
All rooms have a complimentary snack basket, an iPod dock, 42 inch flat HDTV and Bose stereo. Some offer deep soaking bathtubs and balconies. There's also free wifi and complimentary soft drinks.
We liked the Superior rooms – they are spacious yet affordable, and some overlook the Italianate courtyard.
Eat & Drink
Dining in The Greenwich Hotel’s Locanda Verde is a relaxed affair, with delicious Italian rustic grub. Menu favourites include crispy artichokes with yoghurt and mint, lamb meatball sliders with caprino and cucumber and Gigatone alla pescatora with shrimp.
Pastry chef Karen DeMasco dishes up desserts to die for, such as Spumoni alla Napoletana (layered Italian ice creams) with cherries.
Delicious breakfasts featuring speciality pastries are served until 11:00. You can take breakfast in the courtyard during the summer months.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
Start your exploration of Downtown with a foray into the galleries and stores of SoHo and Tribeca. Stock up with all things foodie at Chelsea Market before strolling along the HighLine – a former railroad track turned into an aerial garden walkway.
Take a ferry trip to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, check out South Street Seaport, take a walking tour or go biking through the Hudson River Park, with its dog runs and tennis courts.
New York’s classic Midtown and Uptown sites await, whether it’s to be a bird’s eye view from the Empire State building, a run through Central Park or shopping at Bloomingdales and Barneys.
The subterranean Shibui spa, with its lantern-lit pool beneath the suspended roof of a Japanese wooden pavilion, looks gorgeous. There’s also poolside yoga, Japanese massages and a gleaming wood-panelled gym here to keep you on top of the game.
Four treatment rooms including a Shiatsu room, a wet room for wraps and scrubs, and a massage and facial room. The range of treatments runs from deep muscle massage to holistic facelifts.
New York goes green for St Patrick’s Day.
Rub shoulders with the stars and check out the up-and-comers at the Tribeca Film Festival – one of the best Indie festivals around.
A complimentary USD 50 spa voucher.Book Now
ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
USD 550 - 975Check In
12:00 midday.Minimum Night Stay
Open all year.Air Conditioning
Welcome. Superior rooms can take an extra bed, and fireplace corner suites and two bedroom duplexes are well suited to families.Pets
Welcome – this is a pet friendly hotel.Wedding License?
Greenwich Street, 10013 New York City.Parking
There is garaged valet parking is available in the car park next door.Trains
Mainline: Penn Station – five miles.Subway: Chambers Street.Taxis
USD 10 from Penn Street station, USD 60 from JFK Airport.Airport
JFK – 35 miles.