Meatpacking District, New York City
Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC
Sleek and Storied
What it is
A cinematic and modern 186-room New York legend with a heated rooftop pool and bar, lauded omakase restaurant, and leafy indoor/outdoor bistro that’s a neighborhood gem.
What it isn't
Equipped with its own expansive spa. But the rooftop pool, in-room massages, and stunning 24-hour gym with Lululemon Studio Mirrors and Peletons ensure you won’t even notice.
What we think
No wonder Kanye and Doja Cat have been here. The Gansevoort Meatpacking has been the epitome of New York cool since it opened its doors. But after a recent revamp, it’s more megawatt than ever. Guest rooms begin at 250 square feet but feel like they’re living large, with oversized windows that are any New Yorker’s dream, Lululemon Studio Mirrors, and spa-like bath retreats with Grown Alchemist toiletries and plush robes and slippers. We think it’s worth upgrading to a Terrace King Room for (yep) a private terrace, the ideal place for your morning jolt as the city that never sleeps awakens, or the envy inducing Gansevoort Suite—a sprawling 475 square foot ‘apartment’ with a separate living space and Juliet balcony that overlooks the Hudson River.
You're here because
n the city that seemingly has everything, a heated rooftop pool is a rarity. And this one is abuzz…the perfect place to sip a rooftop spritz cocktail and get some sun.
Chef Jorge Dionicio worked under Michelin Starred chefs, and it shows tonight at the hotel’s rooftop omakase joint, Saishin. You’re not sure what’s more delectable: the seared wagyu with yuzu kosho and aged soy sauce or the glittering cityscape of New York, laid at your feet.
Restaurants & Bars
Saishin - Omakase sushi experience located at Gansevoort Rooftop
Coffee + Cocktails - Enjoy an elevated experience over the perfect espresso paired with an extraordinary location inspired cocktail
Gansevoort Rooftop - Take in the 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River and enjoy innovative, refreshing cocktails paired with fresh light bites
The Chester - Serves brunch, lunch and dinner in NYC's Meatpacking District
Edging the Meatpacking District, two blocks from the High Line and the new Whitney Museum of American Art designed by starchitect Renzo Piano.