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The Greenwich Hotel

Discreet downtown bolthole

from$749night
Includes all taxes & fees
Perks
worth over
$170
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • $100 Spa Credit
  • Room Upgrade on Arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Free Wi-Fi

The Greenwich Hotel

Tribeca, New York City

What it is

A stylish but private hotel in a low-key neighborhood.

What it isn't

Centrally located, especially for first-time visitors.

What we think

Better known as the hotel that Robert DeNiro owns, the Greenwich is a surprisingly low-key option in the interesting (but quiet) neighborhood of Tribeca. The hotel is very private and intimate, with only 88 rooms and suites and a small lobby (an additional drawing room and courtyard are reserved for guests only). The interiors reflect DeNiro's global travels: Moroccan tiles, Tibetan rugs, antique rice paddy hats, French provincial furniture. It's all authentic with a lived-in elegance, and the generously sized rooms convey a residential vibe. The basement pool is a quiet show-stopper: adjacent to the small spa, it's lit by lanterns and surrounded by wooden beams salvaged from a 250-year-old Japanese farmhouse. Another standout is Locanda Verde, which showcases chef Andrew Carmellini's deft hand with Italian cuisine.

You're here because

You appreciate a little privacy in a city that is so distinctly non-private.

The Moment

In the brick-lined courtyard dripping with ivy, you take a bite of burrata from Locanda Verde and a sip of Verdicchio, enjoying the quiet retreat from the Manhattan thrum.

Location

Tribeca, the wealthy neighborhood of lofts and designer storefronts just north of the Financial District. It's ideal for downtown meetings and high-end shopping, but less convenient to Midtown's museums and theaters.

377 Greenwich St
New York, 10013
New York, United States

Dining

Locanda Verde - Casual Italian tavern

The Drawing Room- our guest only lounge, featuring a woodburning fireplace, is home to a private bar and courtyard.

Family activities

Central Park - Be sure to stop at the Central Park Zoo!

The Planetarium

BEAST Speedboat Ride - It goes all the way to the Statue of Liberty! Make sure you buy a poncho first...

Color Me Mine - Paint your own pottery studio