Honeymoon in New York City at The Greenwich Hotel

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 Greenwich Hotel has 88 rooms, of which no two are alike. Rooms have Dux beds, oak floors, soaking tubs, and small libraries. Houseguests can opt for in-room check-in, newspapers from their hometowns delivered daily, and a refrigerator stocked with specialty items of their choice.

Why Choose The Greenwich Hotel

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Built from the ground up, the Greenwich Hotel  is a combination of modern meets rustic in design. The building was crafted with handmade bricks, reclaimed wood, and furniture from antique stores and flea markets throughout the world. Each tile of the lobby terra cott-and-marble floors is hand-molded, and the courtyard features Turkish travertine.

Accommodations at The Greenwich Hotel

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The Greenwich Hotel, located in the lower section of Manhattan (  TriBeCa) has 88 rooms and suites, of which no two are alike. Furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influences, from Tibetan silk rugs to English Leather settees. All beds are duxiana from Sweden. Bathrooms are designed in unique patterns of either hand-laid Morrocan tile or Italian Carrara marble.

Dining at The Greenwich Hotel

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Locanda Verde  is an a casual neighborhood Italian inn adjoining The Greenwich Hotel, serving Andrew Carmellini’s riffs on Italian cooking. Locanda Verde serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  24 hour room service is available from the restaurant.

Activities at The Greenwich Hotel

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Greenwich Hotel’s hidden gem is its  underground pool, which sits under a 250-year-old wood and bamboo  Japanese farmhouse roof. The pool is lantern-lit and big enough for lap swims (but not Olympic-sized). The pool and spa were both designed by Japanese designer Mikio Shinagawa, who also designed Matsuri restaurant in New York’s  Maritime Hotel.

The pool is part of  Shibui Spa, which offers an array of services. Access to the pool and locker room saunas is free to guests.

A large  fitness center, located next to Shibui Spa, is in the basement.  Brand new  cardio  and  weight machines  are provided, and a gym attendant is on duty. Personal Training is also available.

Photos of The Greenwich Hotel

Address: 377 Greenwich Street New York, NY 10013

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