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The Greenwich Hotel

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • fabulous restaurant (Locanda Verde also available for room service)
  • gorgeous pool
  • excellent service

    Cons

  • some plumbing noise
  • high prices

The Greenwich Hotel Review

This understated, inviting hotel manages to fly under the radar even though Robert De Niro is an owner. A discreet entrance leads to a comfortable lobby that encourages lounging (and people-watching), with plenty of reading materials. Upstairs, no two rooms are alike: the style is a blend of Moroccan, French, and Japanese, with rugs covering reclaimed-oak floors and lots of tile. Some have balconies, and all have luxurious bathrooms. Locanda Verde, Andrew Carmellini's bustling neighborhood restaurant downstairs, serves rustic Italian fare—don't miss the handmade pastas. The drawing room, a warm space complete with wood-burning fireplace (reserved for guests only) also serves the Locanda Verde menu—an Italian breakfast of pastries and coffee here is divine. The spa is done in a traditional Japanese style, as is the hotel pool.

    Hotel Details

  • 75 rooms, 13 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-20-2014

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