The Greenwich Hotel was opened by New York hoteliers Ira Drukier and Richard Born, together with Raphael and Robert DeNiro. The common areas of the Greenwich set the tone for craftsmanship throughout. With twelve-foot ceilings, bookshelves and a wood-burning fireplace, the Drawing Room is the perfect place for an intimate lunch. Lining one side of the room are antique mirrored glass and French doors that lead to a small courtyard, where guests can dine beneath latticed vines. There are 88 rooms, of which no two are alike. The furnishing have been drawn from a wide range of cultural influences – from the hand-loomed Tibetan rugs to the patterns of Moroccan tiles, to the reclaimed wood details throughout, natural materials have been used. Rooms have Dux beds, oak floors, soaking tubs and small libraries. Shibui Spa, a true haven for relaxation and rejuvenation, houses a lantern-lit swimming pool and lounge under the roof of a 250-year old wood and bamboo farmhouse. There are four separate treatment rooms, a shiatsu room, and 1000 sq ft fitness room. Locanda Verde is a casual, neighborhood Italian inn and adjoins The Greenwich Hotel serving Andrew Carmellini’s riffs on Italian cooking. It is an airy, bustling, high-ceilinged space, flooded with light and open to the street.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- The Greenwich Hotel
- 377 Greenwich Street
- New York, NY 10013
- United States
The Greenwich Hotel is located in one of New York’s most desirable neighborhoods, at the corner of Greenwich Street and North Moore Street in TriBeCa. The West Side Highway is one block away, and the Hudson River just beyond. As with most Manhattan addresses, around-town and out-bound transportation are all convenient, depending upon traffic, public transportation situations and demand. Both Pennsylvania Station and Grand Central Station may be reached within minutes via taxi or subway to Midtown, while JFK International Airport, La Guardia Airport and Newark International Airport run less than an hour by car.
Directions to Hotel
From JFK Airport Follow Signs For Belt Parkway West. Continue On Belt Pkwy West And Follow Signs For Brooklyn Battery Tunnel Manhattan Bound. Exit Tunnel To Battery Pl. Turn Left At First Stop Sign Onto West Street. Follow West Street To Battery Pl.
All rooms come with a complimentary Snack Basket, Minibar (excluding alcohol) and wi-fi. We are a Leading Hotel of the World.
Banquets & Meetings
Locanda Verde, the restaurant adjoing the hotel, has a Private Dining Room available for private parties.
Handicap Accessible Hotel.
Fine Dining on Site
Fine Dining Nearby
Tribeca has a wide array of fine dining options inclduing the original Nobu, The Odeon and Locanda Verde, Andrew Carmellini's Italian taverna adjoining the hotel.
State-of-the-Art Fitness Center.
Shibui houses a lantern-lit swimming pool and lounge under the roof of a 250-year old wood and bamboo farmhouse.
Shibui is available exclusively to hotel guests and has four separate treatment rooms, as well as a room for relaxation either before or after treatments.
We are a 5 minute walk from the heart of Soho shopping.
The Greenwich Hotel has 88 rooms, of which no two are alike. The furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influences - from hand-loomed Tibetan silk rugs to the patterns of Moroccan tile, and hand-made Italian terracotta floors to reclaimed pine, oak, chestnut and hemlock wood details. Rooms have Dux beds, oak floors, soaking tubs, and small libraries.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pets Allowed
- - Pool, Indoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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