Greenwich Village, New York City
Walker Hotel Greenwich Village
What it is
A Georgian Revival gem with Golden Age-inspired interior design and a glamorous American boîte and cocktail bar complete with live music nearly every night.
What it isn't
Equipped with its own gym and spa. But a Planet Fitness pass is included in the many amenities, which means you can work out with the Greenwich Village locals.
What we think
Block for block, Greenwich Village is one of the most charming neighborhoods in the nation. And that tracks at Walker Hotel, where you might feel as if you’ve stepped into a Jay Gatsby-worthy time warp. Guest rooms are bedecked in Art Deco-era furniture and architectural details, and range from the 175-square-foot Grove Queen to the 270-square foot Walker Terrace Empire View, which—as you might expect—has its own private terrace overlooking the circa 1930 Empire State Building. Amenities here are ultra luxe, whichever room you pick, and range from Garnier Thiebault linens to C.O Bigelow bath toiletries (the New York apothecary has been open in Greenwich Village since 1838).
You're here because
The hotel curates some only-in-New-York experiences for guests, including guided tours of Greenwich Village, astrology dinners and live jazz with rising stars from The New School.
When the hotel named their primary restaurant Society Cafe, they nailed it: it feels like everyone who is anyone is here for brunch. And no wonder: this bellini is the best you’ve ever had, ditto the brioche French toast with caramelized banana. Swoon.
Restaurants & Bars
Society Cafe - Enjoy a Market-to-table fare with ingredients from the Union Square Greenmarket hand-picked by Executive Chef Manuel Gonzalez-Charles. Revel in our intimate, jazz-inspired atmosphere with craft cocktails by our mixologist, local beer and a curated wine selection.
The Parlour at Society Cafe - Just off of the lobby of Walker Hotel Greenwich Village, the Parlour offers an inviting lounge for drinks, bites, and good vibes.
Just a few blocks north of Washington Square Park, the beating heart of Greenwich Village.