If you ever wake up on a Swedish duxiana bed, and happen to plant your feet on a meticulously crafted Tibetan silk rug, head over to the restroom designed in Italian Carrara marble, stare at your reflection and tell yourself that you’ve made it.
Built in the year 2008, Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel is truly something special. All 88 rooms are uniquely designed with sweeping views of the world’s most famous city. The building itself, conceptualized by Grayling design, is crowned by the Tribeca which is a rustic and spectacular New York style penthouse. The Tribeca features three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, kitchen, living, and drawing room, a 2800 sq ft interior and a 4000 sq ft exterior over-looking New York City in the spring, summer, and fall months. It also features an outdoor wood burning fireplace, a heated spa-pool, and multiple seating areas including an 18 seat dining room table.
On the ground floor you will find the Locanda Verde, described as a casual and energetic neighbourhood tavern serving some of the finest Italian cooking. The Locanda operates daily, and if any guests of the Greenwich have a craving, the Locanda will serve them 24 hours a day, with staple and customized meals.
When you’re visiting New York City, you need to enjoy every minute of it in comfort and authenticity. If this is what you want, look no further than this jewel in the heart of Tribeca.