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The Greenwich Hotel

Casual sophistication, privacy and an abundance of personal touches

N. Moore Suite living room
Drawing Room
Courtyard
Greenwich Suite bedroom
Greenwich Suite dining room
Pool
Blue Moroccan tile bathroom

 

Scene

Slotting right into the classic industrial façades of New York’s hip Tribeca area, in a building constructed from hand-moulded bricks, Robert de Niro’s Greenwich Hotel is all about discreet luxe with a rich, thoughtful design – featuring plush details like Carrara marble, Moroccan tiles and Tibetan silk rugs – that comes together to create a warm, lived-in and homely feel.

 

Rooms

The double-height Greenwich and N. Moore Penthouses with their 9m skylights come complete with a kitchen stocked with groceries on arrival, two sixty-minute spa treatments, two personal training sessions per stay, a pressing service on day of arrival and a price tag to match. For a more economical option, the standard rooms are surprisingly spacious for New York and are still finished with opulent details.

 

Service

Service is understated discreet, with the competency of a well-established hotel.

 

Standouts

The 250-year-old bamboo farmhouse that was transported from Kyoto and transformed into the hotel’s Shibui spa and indoor pool is a must-visit. Go for the signature Drunken Lotus massage, which uses hot sake-soaked towels to release tired muscles. Don’t miss out on a postprandial tipple of grappa at Locande Verde’s Parisian-style bar, while rubbing shoulders with the city’s elite.

 

Summing Up

Understated luxury for those in-the-know, looking for a discreet getaway in a great neighbourhood, steps away from some of New York’s best restaurants, bars and shops.

 

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Date visited: March 2019

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