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The 7 Best Hotels in Greenwich Village

Old buildings along Gay Street in Greenwich Village
Old buildings along Gay Street in Greenwich Village | © Ryan Deberardinis / Alamy Stock Photo
Known for its bohemian culture and landmarks like Washington Square Park, the neighborhood of Greenwich Village is packed full of jazz clubs, arts and cultural attractions, funky and innovative eateries and more. Whether you’re traveling from afar or looking for a staycation in one of New York’s most popular neighborhoods, check out these seven hotels for your visit.

Washington Square Hotel

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Washington Square Hotel, New York
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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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Free Wifi
Restaurant
Bar
Spa
Bathtub in
Crib
Non smoking
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The Jane Hotel

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The Jane Hotel
The Jane Hotel has an unbeatable West Village location | © The Jane Hotel / Hotels.com
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Just across the street from Pier 51, with views of the Hudson River, the Georgian-style brick Jane Hotel was built in 1908 as lodging for sailors, famously housing survivors of the Titanic in 1912. While some of its rooms, or ‘cabins,’ are rather cozy as a result, the owners who restored and reopened it as a hotel in 2008 made the historical ties part of its charm. Guests may feel like they have stepped aboard an old-school yacht, with wood paneling, designer wallpaper, vintage chandeliers and bellhops.
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Free Wifi
Restaurant
Bar
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Walker Hotel Greenwich Village

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The Walker Hotel features vintage finds like these rotary phones.
Old-school charm at the Walker, one of the best hotels in Lower Manhattan | Courtesy of Walker Hotel / Hotels.com
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Inspired by 1920s Fifth Avenue, this boutique hotel truly channels the era’s Art Deco aesthetic, from the gas lamps and grand staircase in the lobby to the wall patterns and rotary phones in the rooms. However, the Walker Hotel Greenwich Village doesn’t feel old or dusty by any means – there is plenty of modern sophistication alongside the old-fashioned charm. The Walker’s Society Cafe and Lounge features a market-to-table menu and live jazz events, and the library houses a carefully curated selection of New York-themed reading and Greenwich Village authors.
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The Marlton Hotel

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The Marlton Hotel
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“Our rooms are small but our ideas are big,” The Marlton proudly proclaims on its website. Measuring 150 square feet (13.9 square meters) each, the rooms are indeed not large. But the same cannot be said of the ideas that have grown here – Beat writer Jack Kerouac drafted two of his novellas at The Marlton, which originally opened in 1900. The rooms embrace a bohemian, French flair with white walls offset by lavish backboards, funky lighting fixtures and faux-fur blankets. Considered an affordable alternative to larger Manhattan hotels, The Marlton also features a 100-seat restaurant, Margaux, as well as a cocktail bar and espresso bar.
Hotel Amenities
Free Wifi
Restaurant
Bar
Pet Friendly
Non smoking
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Hotel Hugo

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Hotel Hugo, bordering on the West Village and SoHo, feels out of the way of the city’s hustle and bustle. While the rooms feature a rich industrial chic, with custom wood furnishings and Italian tile work in the bathrooms, the lobby and restaurant, Café Hugo, are earthier and more calming, with greenery throughout the space. Twenty stories above street level, the two rooftop bars, the indoor Bar Hugo and the outdoor Azul on the Rooftop, provide stellar views of the Freedom Tower and Statue of Liberty while serving up cocktails in a trendy setting.
Hotel Amenities
Free Wifi
Restaurant
Bar
Gym
Pet Friendly
Business facilities
Crib
Childcare
Non smoking
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The Standard, High Line

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The Standard, High Line
Each room at The Standard, High Line has floor-to-ceiling windows for incredible views | Courtesy of The Standard, High Line / Hotels.com
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Located on the northwest edge of Greenwich Village in the Meatpacking District, The Standard, High Line – part of a small chain – is 18 stories tall, overlooking the popular High Line park. With floor-to-ceiling windows showing the Hudson on one side and Manhattan on the other, the rooms are modern yet understated, with wooden furniture and wall panels complementing white linens, walls and carpeting. It also features six different dining venues, including the award-winning Standard Grill, a penthouse discotheque and bar, and a street-level plaza open to the community.
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Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

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The Gansevoort Hotel
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The Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC is a sleek, chic and shiny luxury hotel. The first in what is now a worldwide chain, the Meatpacking District’s Gansevoort is a bustling, modern hotel with spacious rooms and a number of amenities, including a hair studio and spa. The biggest draw is The Plunge Rooftop Bar + Lounge, which features a 45-foot (13.7-meter) heated outdoor pool, complete with a retractable roof that keeps it open year-round.
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