The ‘city that never sleeps’ is a 24/7 thrill of soaring skyscrapers, jaw-dropping architecture, dynamic culture and world-class art, dining and performing arts scenes.
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The Greenwich Hotel
New York City, New York, United States of America (USA)|www.thegreenwichhotel.com|
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An eclectic, discreet, luxurious sanctuary where guests swap frenetic Manhattan streets for a haven of vintage charm in uber-trendy Tribeca.
Owner Robert DeNiro has created the kind of (ridiculously expensive) oasis where harrassed celebrities and urbane ladies and gentlemen feel cocooned and subtly pampered. The exquisite interiors and intimate atmosphere make it feel like a private club.
All 88 rooms are decorated differently and beautifully, while the guests-only drawing room and courtyard are timeless and priceless. There’s a wonderful basement pool, with reclaimed Japanese wood beams and moody lighting, and a huge gym designed by DeNiro’s personal trainer.
Gorgeous and utterly escapist – but you pay for it.
Tribeca is not the Manhattan of skyscrapers and gridlocked traffic, so the feel around the Greenwich is much more relaxed, especially with its location so far on the west side.
The surrounding cobbled or relatively quiet streets are lined with post-industrial residential lofts, exclusive restaurants, couture boutiques and a smattering of cosy gastropubs and lounges.
Only one Subway line is close by, otherwise it’s rather out on a limb away from the main attractions, but nothing in New York is more than a few minutes away by (ubiquitous) cab.
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