The hotel’s common areas and guest rooms are continuously refurbished.
The Greenwich Hotel is located in NYC’s trendy Tribeca neighbourhood.
Size and style
The hotel has 88 unique rooms. The furnishings draw from cultural influences, from hand-loomed Tibetan silk rugs to the patterns of Moroccan tile and handmade Italian terra cotta floors to reclaimed pine, oak, chestnut, and hemlock wood details. Natural materials have been used throughout. The rooms have Dux beds, oak floors, soaking tubs, and small libraries. The hotel has 13 suites, some with saunas, others with working fireplaces.
24 hour reception
Yes, and 24-hour room service
On-site dining and drinking facilities
Locanda Verde is a casual neighbourhood Italian inn adjoining The Greenwich Hotel, serving Andrew Carmellini’s riffs on Italian cooking. It’s an airy, bustling, high-ceilinged space flooded with light and open to the street. Locanda Verde serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in addition to providing 24-hour room service to the hotel.
The Drawing Room has 12-foot ceilings, bookshelves, and a wood-burning fireplace. It is the perfect place to host a casual meeting or 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 or just look out at the greenery. To maintain its availability, this room is reserved only for hotel guests.
Yes, Shibui Spa is a haven for relaxation and rejuvenation at The Greenwich Hotel, accessible to both hotel residents and outside guests. There are four separate treatment rooms as well as a room for relaxation either before or after treatments. Shibui Spa has a shiatsu room, a traditional bathing room with a large tub for Japanese bathing rituals, a wet room that includes a shower for wraps and scrubs, and a treatment room where massages as well as facial treatments are offered.
The Drawing Room