Washington Square Hotel
Across from the iconic Washington Square Park, the Washington Square Hotel calls itself “The Heart and Soul of Greenwich Village Hospitality.” Opened in 1902 as Hotel Earle, this family-run establishment has long hosted writers like Ernest Hemingway and musicians Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry and the Rolling Stones, among others. The hotel has embraced a Parisian, 1960s spin on Art Deco, with vintage movie-star photos and period art furnishing the bedrooms, the lobby and the hotel’s North Square Restaurant and Lounge. The on-site spa, Serenity Suite, provides customized, private treatments and massages.
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