The Greenwich Hotel New York

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The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America
The Greenwich Hotel New York - United States Of America

The Greenwich Hotel is a luxury 5-star wellness hotel in New York City’s TriBeCa neighborhood, boasting 88 rooms and suites, of which no two are alike, plus the Japanese-inspired Shibui Spa and cozy Italian restaurant, Locanda Verde.

The property offers generously proportioned communal areas accessible to hotel guests only, including the Drawing Room and Courtyard. The Greenwich Hotel is home to the critically acclaimed Locanda Verde restaurant and bar by renowned chef Andrew Carmellini, as well as the luxurious subterranean Japanese-inspired Shibui Spa.

Locanda Verde is our TriBeCa neighborhood taverna serving Chef Andrew Carmellini’s soul-satisfying urban Italian menu. Our bustling corner restaurant has been welcoming New Yorkers morning, noon and night since 2009 with a warm and comfortable atmosphere, leisurely Italian spirit and heartfelt cooking.

Andrew Carmellini’s cooking is soulful and flavorful, rustic and refined. It’s a personal style that reflects his American roots and Italian heritage, his work in some of the world’s best fine dining restaurants, and his travels abroad. Born and raised in Seven Hills, OH, Andrew credits his parents who loved simple, delicious, well-made food with his early appreciation for it.

After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Andrew became part of a generation of chefs who began their cooking careers in the heyday of era-defining institutions such as Lespinasse, L’Arpège and Le Cirque.

Then in 1998, Andrew became the opening Chef de Cuisine of Café Boulud. During his tenure, he was awarded twice by the James BeardFoundation and named one of Food & Wine Magazine’s“Best New Chefs,” among many other accolades.

Members of his kitchen brigade would also go on to become some of today’s brightest culinary talents, leaving Andrew’s own set of prints on the era that followed. Outside of culinary circles, Andrew is known as a hit-maker synthesizing pertinent culinary culture with urban social dining scenes.

His restaurants are often credited with cracking the code between fine cooking and fun dining. They currently include 10 restaurants, a live music and performance venue, a retail and wholesale bakery, three cocktail bars, a beer hall, two fast-casual concepts, and six hotel food and beverage programs across four states. No two are alike.

The private dining room at Locanda Verde is a warm and versatile space designed to create a setting that is both comfortable and transportive. It is detailed with recycled New England oak and pine, a working stone fireplace, brick-lined arched windows and a striking ceiling inlay overhead constructed from 90,000 wine corks.

Our seasonal Italian menus are served family-style, designed for sharing. Our sommelier is available to guide you through our selection of Italian wines and spirits. In addition, the room offers its own zinc-topped bar and a dedicated service staff. The space accommodates up to 60 people seated and is the perfect location for your next private dinner, brunch, breakfast or business meeting.

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.

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.

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.

Infuse every pore with a blast of pure Oxygen. City dwellers, frequent travelers and smokers will benefit from the light-as-air formula, which rapidly penetrates the skin and releases oxygen molecules into the epidermal layer. These molecules re-energize natural cellular functions and eliminate toxins residing within the pores.

This facial includes a stimulating, oxygen-boosting glycolic peel, a facial massage and an oxygen finishing mask to further decongest the skin while transporting you to a state of relaxation. Suitable for all skin types, yet ideal for those showing signs of skin congestion from exposure to pollutants, stress or hormonal shifts.

A powerful treatment dating back to 14th century Thailand. This holistic ritual incorporates medicinal heat and four massage modalities to relieve muscular, joint and back pain.

Royal Thai Massage, similar to acupressure, releases blocked energy, while our poultice, made of indigo fabric and filled with healing herbs such as ginger and lemongrass are steamed and kneaded on the body, allowing the herbs and oils to penetrate and act as potent detoxifiers while increasing lymphatic drainage.

Incorporating, Thai stretches and deep breath work to energize and balance the body and mind. Recommended for athletes, circulatory and digestive concerns, and the overly stressed.

Onsen bathing dates back to the 6th century, once enjoyed only by emperors, our custom rituals are paired with the indulgence of massage and designed to support health and wellbeing.

A therapeutic blend of hinoki cypress, cedar, mint, sage, and lemon result in a citrus-mossy scented, mineral-rich bath. Following by a traditional shiatsu massage blending acupressure-point therapy with stretching of the meridians to stimulate the flow of energy throughout your body.

Unlike other massages, no oil is applied, and you remain fully clothed during the treatment. Firm-to-deep, rhythmic pressure is applied to your entire body using the thumbs, palms, knees, forearms, elbows, and feet. This massage induces deep relaxation and brings the body back into balance.

Designed to restore one from the stresses of modern-day living, cleansed of pollution and relieved from restlessness & agitation. Each session starts with a clearing soak, followed by guided inhalation & tension releasing long, deep massage, culminating with a warm mud mask blended with the oil that is applied with swirling strokes to the hands and feet. As the oil-infused mud is absorbed, the therapist masterfully massages the scalp.

A blend of mineral rich salts and essential oil blends of rosemary, eucalyptus and lavender invigorate circulation, reduce fluid retention, and shift toxins. Preparing the body for a deeply therapeutic massage enhanced with Arica and birch oil to address muscle tension and leave you feeling regenerated.

A blend of mineral rich salts and essential oil blends of geranium, rosemary and peppermint relax the mind and ground the body. Preparing the body for a deeply therapeutic designed massage.

The fitness studio at The Greenwich Hotel is equipped with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength training equipment to help you maintain an active lifestyle while away from home. Its design has been integrated to incorporate the concept of Shibui Spa’s simplicity and serenity, with old hemlock floors and ambient lighting.

Our certified Personal Trainers are available for one-on-one sessions, as well as to design a customized fitness and nutrition program to reach your fitness goals. Private, as well as small group Yoga and Pilates classes help you further achieve strength, coordination and balance.

Situated within Shibui Spa, the pool and relaxation lounge offer an intimate environment to unwind, enjoy a Japanese tea, or take a morning yoga class. The fitness center features a wide array of equipment to accommodate all fitness routines.

ARChive of Contemporary Music is America’s largest collection of popular recordings with over 3 million items and counting.

As digital platforms thrive, ARC is devoted to the preservation of sound recordings, publications, books, magazines, videos, films, photographs, press kits, newspapers clippings, memorabilia and ephemera relating to the history of popular music. Visitation is not open to the public but you can make contact through the website to visit, contribute and collaborate.

Three of New York’s downtown theater veterans founded The Flea Theater in 1996. The Flea has goals of supporting talented artists and has been the home to established, emerging and mid-career artists in New York’s Off-Off Broadway scene.

The theater presents and produces dozens of new shows a year and has been the recipient of various accolades, such as two OBIE Awards.

Synagogue for the Arts is a spiritual, cultural, and communal center of traditional Judaism, located in Tribeca NYC. The building, which is an architectural masterpiece, was designed by William H. Breger in the 1960s. The award-winning structure features a distinctive flame-shape, a sky-lit sanctuary, an outdoor sculpture plaza and a large gallery for events.

Commemorating the September 11 attacks of 2001 and the World Trade Center bombing of 1993, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum offers moving and historic exhibitions and the widely recognized Memorial fountains.

One World Observatory offers 360 degrees of uninterrupted, breathtaking views of New York City’s skyline, with the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty just a head turn away. It’s a unique setting for a champagne toast at sunset.

At Hudson River Park’s Pier 25, enjoy myriad activities including mini-golf, beach volleyball, soccer, tennis, basketball, skateboarding and biking, all with stunning views from the newly developed Hudson River promenade.

For a day of indulgence, Greek and Roman style, visit the Aire Ancient baths. The gorgeous space promotes a sense of calm for all of your senses with serene thermal waters in contrasting temperatures. For an extra treat, splurge on a massage or special olive oil ritual.

Traveling cyclists now have a smarter, simpler, more efficient way of having a great ride on their travels with a new bespoke service from Roula, the global hi-end bike concierge platform on the West Side Bike Path in NYC.

Roula’s networked team of bike shops and bike guides help busy traveling cyclists have a stress free, healthy, and enjoyable experience by advance booking their bike, and where required, either delivering it to them at their hotel or office, or providing guests with free use of a custom Brompton that will be waiting in their rooms so they can get to Roula and enjoy throughout the rest of their stay.

Rooms: 88
Price: from 1.107 EUR per night


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