The Greenwich Hotel

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Address: 377 Greenwich Street, New York City, 10013, United States

Star rating:
5 star hotel

4.9

A boutique hotel charmer in the heart of downtown.

Owned by Hollywood legend Robert de Niro, the buzz on this 88-room property has been big since the beginning because of its celebrity ownership but I actually find the whole vibe and atmosphere of the place low-key and very welcoming. It's the perfect spot for stars attending the annual TriBeCa film festival but it's also a very comfortable downtown property that makes even mere mortals feel like VIPs.

Location
3.6
90%
Eating/drinking
4.8
90%
Leisure facilities
4.6
90%
Service
4.6
90%
Value for money
4.5
90%
Bedrooms
4.7
90%
Public areas
4.4
90%

Location

Located in TriBeCa, the hotel is a great jumping off point for all of downtown, including the East and West Village and SoHo but as the surrounding area is mostly residential, one also feels a bit away from the fray.

Bedrooms

All 88 bedrooms are individually decorated and feel almost turn of the century with reclaimed oak floors, handsome antiques and beautiful tiled bathrooms - ask for a high-floor room for a view over the Hudson river.

Public areas

The common areas (many are reserved just for guests) are very cozy and quiet, almost like a private club (the drawing room has a charming fireplace), and are perfect for a business meeting or quiet drink with a friend full of leather sofas, old books, and tucked away corners.

Eating and drinking

The Italian restaurant, Locanda Verde, is one of New York’s current hotspots - it can get really crowded on the weekends - the food here is some of the best in the city.

Leisure facilities

The discreet and intimate guests-only spa, Shibui, is also a centerpiece to the property with a soaking tub and gorgeous pool using repurposed wood beams from a Japanese farmhouse.

Service

The place is a testament to smart management with great service no matter if the client is famous or not, and the perfect balance of feeling like one is staying in a fashionable hotel but also one that one can really relax in.

Who stays there

De Niro’s cronies to clients looking for a comfy New York base, guests doing business on Wall Street, and well heeled Americans and Brits looking to explore downtown.

Amenities

Recommended for

Pros & Cons

  • Service
  • Restaurant
  • Maybe a little too far downtown for some
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