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The hotel's library, courtyard, spa and pool are open only to guests, making visitors feel like New Yorkers.
A casual neighborhood trattoria, Locanda Verde serves beloved chef Andrew Carmellini's riffs on fresh Italian cooking.
The Japanese-inspired Shibui Spa features a lantern-lit swimming pool and lounge, a 1,000 square-foot fitness center, and five treatment rooms.
The Greenwich Hotel sits amid the hip boutiques and lofts of TriBeCa, nestled between buzzy SoHo and the bustling Financial District.
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377 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013, United States
35 minutes from both JFK Airport and Newark Airport
120 volts AC
"The best hotel in NYC- feels like home. The staff is incredible and the restaurant is fantastic. Fastest room service EVER!!!! "
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"This was my second time to stay at the Greenwich Hotel. Yet once again my expectations were exceeded. The staff's courtesy and professionalism cannot be beat. The overall feel of the hotel is like walking into the most relaxing place on earth. I will never stay anywhere else in the city but here."
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An informal classic and much loved by the natives, Balthazar serves bistro fare all day long and has a French menu, a raw fish bar and its own delectable bakery. 80 Spring St. (212) 966-1414; www.balthazarny.com.
Assemble a fabulous lunch from the gourmet shops and artisanal food producers at Chelsea Market, housed in what was once the factory complex of the National Biscuit Company. 75 9th Ave. (212) 727-7887; www.chelseamarket.com.
With its unrivaled collections and consistently fascinating exhibitions, MoMA is one of the world’s great art museums and a must for anyone interested in modern art. 11 West 53rd St. (212) 708-9400; www.moma.org.
Nolita—the name derives from its location North of Little Italy—is a true New York neighborhood with a multitude of original shops and small restaurants. Bounded by Houston Street, the Bowery, Broome Street and Lafayette Street.
The longest pier on the Hudson River has a miniature golf course, a children’s playground and a wonderful area at the very end where you can enjoy a picnic and a fabulous view of Manhattan. N. Moore St. at the Hudson River in Tribeca. www.pier25.com.
You’ll see old New York in all its gritty glory on this fascinating tour through a Lower East Side tenement that was inhabited from the late-19th century through the 1950s. 103 Orchard St. (212) 982-8420; www.tenement.org.
Although new, The Dutch already feels well established. Don't let its name fool you, though: the establishment serves excellent American food (with a couple of side trips to Italy). 131 Sullivan St. (212) 677-6200; www.thedutchnyc.com.
Skyscrapers, bridges, the Statue of Liberty—you’ll get a world-class view of a world-class city from the Promenade in Brooklyn Heights.
Enjoy spectacular views of Manhattan and the East River as you stroll across this New York landmark, completed in 1883, then treat yourself to an ice cream at The Brooklyn Ice Cream factory under the bridge. www.brooklynbridgepark.com.
The Tribeca Film Festival takes place annually in our neighborhood, in walking distance to view some of the year's best films.
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