Hotel, Hotel Bar
- Relax in the drawing room for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Great people watching and a lovely setting. Try the homemade sheep's milk ricotta.
- For a late-night nostalgia trip, look for the retro candyCracker Jacks, Charleston Chews, Lik-a-Stixstocked in the generous all-gratis mini-bars.
- You talkin' to me? Well, when you're done, the Japanese spa inside the Robert De Niro hotel gives Himalayan salt rubs for a cool $350!
- The hotel's library, courtyard, spa and pool are open only to guests, making visitors feel like New Yorkers :)
- [Hotel] There are 88 rooms, but still feels like a small and exclusive private club. Impeccable decor, pro service and an oasis-like courtyard. Co-owned by Robert De Niro. Double rooms start at $550.
- Dont miss an Asian-inspired treatment at the hotel's Shibui Spa, which features a pool canopied by 250-year-old beams from a Japanese farmhouse.
- Beautiful rooms, a calm subterranean pool, and a great hotel bar. Grab a drink and a spot near the fireplace, and look out for familiar faces.
- Love how dark and moody it is!
- Robert De Niro is an owner of this hotel, & he's occasionally clashed with the city's Landmarks Preservation Commission over the penthouse he added. Each of the 88 rooms has different furnishings.
- Old fashioned with chai infused rye. Ricotta. Bistecca. And the chocolate torte for dessert = the perfect meal.
- This Robert de Niro-owned boutique hotel has great service, great food (be sure to check out Locanda Verde), and great beds. What more could we want in a hotel?
- when staying at the greenwich, make sure to take time to dip in the pool - it is a hidden gem.
- The back court yard is a city oasis.
- Sip a glass of Lagavulin sitting next to the fireplace in the guests lounge behind the lobby/reception.
- Nice spot to relax and sip on a cocktail in the lounge area if you happen to be in TriBeCa
- Cool vibe. Solid drinks
- Love coming back again and again !!!!
- Adele stayed at this hotel! I love the patio!
- The celebrities' hotel
- Hidden away in tony Tribeca, the Greenwich features a subtler take on this luxury, as Drukier and co-owner Robert De Niro seem to want to impress at every turn.