The Greenwich Hotel
New York United States
The Greenwich has 88 rooms and suites, of which no two are alike.
Furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influence, from handloomed, 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 Cararra marble.
Modern technology compliments the hotel’s old world charm.
Rooms feature high-definition flat screen TV s, iPod docking stations, and complimentary wireless internet. DVD players, laptop computers, faxes, and pre-loaded iPods are available upon request. Pet-friendly rooms are available upon request at no additional charge.
- $100 Spa Certificate
- Complimentary Upgrade upon availability (excluding Suites)
- Continental Breakfast Daily
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Food and Drink
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.
Shibui spa is a place to unwind, cleanse body and mind, and heal.
Our philosophy is one of balance—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 our treatments are rooted in the same simplicity and reverence for nature. The products we use are plant-based and, whenever possible, organic. Our practitioners, who are experts in ancient as well as contemporary healing techniques, approach their craft as art—with devotion, dedication, and compassion.
Yoga & Pilates
Our 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.
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Relaxation Lounge
- Changing Areas with Steam & Rain showers
- Five Individual Treatment Rooms
- Traditional Japanese Soaking Tub
- Personalized Spa Concierge Service
- Complimentary tea, water and dried fruits
- Lulitonix Juice Blends
- Japanese Yukata Robes
- redFlower shower Amenities
- Spa Retail Boutique
- ADA accessible facilities
At Mr Chow, bow-tied waiters serve up Chinese in a swanky, upscale and lavish atmosphere. Mr Chow, which is well known for its high-profile celebrity clientele, has outposts in London, Miami, Beverly Hills and Las Vegas. The Tribeca establishment opened in 2006 and is the second post in NYC. The eatery is complete with a patio for summer days, an extensive bar and a modern Chinese menu including unique items like squid ink rice noodles and squab with lettuce diced chicken.
Hailing from Philadelphia, La Colombe now serves up some of the best coffee in New York City. With an outpost in the neighborhood and five others around New York City, La Colombe maintains an independent feel with its high quality coffee and baked goods. With all earth conscious, fair trade coffee and a variety of carefully concocted reserve and classic blends, La Colombe is a great neighborhood staple.
Located within The Greenwich, Locanda Verde is a casual and energetic neighborhood tavern serving Andrew Carmellini’s soul-satisfying riffs on Italian cooking. Claim a spot in the cafe for a cappuccino and one of Kierin Baldwin’s irresistible pastries; relax over lunch at a sunny table on the sidewalk terrace; or settle into the banquets and kick back with a leisurely dinner. As guests of the hotel, experience breakfast, lunch and dinner in our drawing room or courtyard, two special spaces reserved just for you.
Smith & Mills
“Occupying a former carriage house just across from our hotel is one of the coziest, most interesting and hippest restaurant/bars in NYC. We couldn’t top Urban Daddy’s spot-on description: “Inside the non-marked spot, you’ll find a diminutive den of working-class touches: male staffers in basic blue workman’s jackets, ladies in factory dresses (so unsexy they’re sexy) and shelves lined with antique dishes, cans and mason jars. Meanwhile, low-lit Edison bulbs create a moody, amber vibe you can soak up from one of the faded lime banquettes as you sip vintage cocktails (Old Fashioneds, Sazeracs, Negronis)
Square Diner is one of the last vestiges of old school New York diners. It’s combination of mid century decor, deco and blue collar charm makes it a unique time capsule of yesteryear in modern day Tribeca.
The menu is traditional American diner fare including pancakes, burgers, chili and milkshakes complemented with refined items like paninis, london broil and seafood selections.