Tribeca is one of New York City’s most under-the-radar neighborhoods, beloved by locals and plugged-in visitors who appreciate its proximity to SoHo, Greenwich Village, and Wall Street. Still, love being away from the tourist troves. One of the area’s biggest spokespersons is Robert De Niro, who spearheaded the Greenwich Hotel, a bold statement of handcrafted design.
Numerous artisans worldwide are woven into the interiors, which feature such design details as leaded glass windows, exposed oak beams, and antique wood floors. From Tibet to Morocco, a mix of styles is featured in guest rooms, and some have working fireplaces. The hotel’s gorgeous library, leafy courtyard, spa, and pool are open only to guests, making even first-time visitors feel like they are bonafide Tribeca residents.
Rooms & Suites - 88 Rooms and Suites, of which no two are alike. Furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influences, from hand-loomed Tibetan silk rugs to English leather settees. All beds are Duxiana from Sweden. Bathrooms are designed in unique patterns of hand laid Moroccan tile or Italian Carrara marble. Modern technology complements the hotel’s old-world charm. Rooms feature high-definition flat-screen TVs with the ability to stream personal content, Bose Bluetooth speakers, USB charging stations, tablets for hotel services and in-room dining orders, and complimentary high-speed wireless internet. Thoughtful complimentary services such as packing and unpacking, grocery shopping, Nespresso or tea presentation, and use of the hotel’s house car for short trips are all available upon request. ADA accessible rooms are available in the Superior Greenwich and Deluxe Greenwich room categories. These rooms can be guaranteed at the time of booking.
Dining - For Years, Chefs Have tried to combine the style of French Brasserie with Italian Home Cooking. Andrew Carmellini Cracked the Code. Locanda Verde- A Casual Neighborhood Taverna in Tribeca Serving Chef Andrew Carmellini's Urban Italian Cooking. The bustling corner restaurant has been welcoming New Yorkers and travelers morning, noon, and night since 2009 with a warm and comfortable atmosphere, leisurely Italian spirit, and heartfelt cooking.
The Drawing Room & Courtyard - Reserved exclusively for Hotel Guests, the Drawing Room bar and open-air Courtyard offer a secluded atmosphere to enjoy a drink or dine on menus from Locanda Verde throughout the day and night.
Shibui Spa - Is a space to unwind, cleanse body and mind, and heal. The philosophy is a balance between the traditional and the modern and between nature and city. To enter Shibui is to be embraced by wood, water, and stone, much of it with a storied past, and the treatments are rooted in the same simplicity and reverence for nature. The products used are plant-based and, whenever possible, organic. The practitioners, who are experts in ancient and contemporary healing techniques, approach their craft as art, with devotion, dedication, and compassion.
Yoga & Pilates - The skilled and dynamic instructors customize each session to support what your body and mind need most. Whether looking to try yoga or pilates for the first time or maintain an established practice while traveling, you will bend, sweat, and breathe your way to greater balance, vitality, and strength.