4 of the Best Hotels in Greenwich Village, New York

Greenwich Village, or simply ‘The Village’ to fans and locals, is a famous bit of Manhattan known for its arty, bohemian past and for being home to a significant LGBT community. Once a place of artist’s garrets and studios, it’s gentrified into being one of the most desirable places to live in New York. It’s also one of the best places to stay in New York, and some of the best hotels in Greenwich Village are also some of our New York favourites.

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Roughly arranged around Washington Square Park, Greenwich Village is pretty much bordered by Broadway and the Hudson River. But the funny thing about The Village is that its layout is a bit more organic than your standard Manhattan grid, and it’s got some pretty narrow streets with some funny curves at the end. Which is part of the reason why a large section of Greenwich Village is considered an Historic District by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. That and the sheer numbers of artists who took studios here, and authors who frequented these streets - Robert Louis Stevenson, Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, Anais Nin, Dail, Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol to namedrop some of the most familiar names. Greenwich Village is also where you’ll find the Cherry Lane Theatre and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Greenwich Village is also known for its jazz and stand-up comedy.

4 of the Best Hotels in Greenwich Village

Classic Greenwich Village Hotels

Washington Square Hotel

Built in 1902, the Washington Square Hotel is an historic residence turned 150 room hotel. The decor is 1930s Paris chic and the location is perfect, right on the corner of Washington Square Park. Intimate, low key and charming, this was a super hip place to stay in the 60s and 70s and is still friendly and atmospheric. Ask for one of the rooms with a view of the park.

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Walker Hotel

The Walker Hotel is an elegant, 113 room hotel in the heart of Greenwich Village. The decor and feel are vintage 1920s, with peaceful lighting, luxurious leather chairs, richly coloured fabrics and retro rotary phones. There’s also a Parisian-feeling bar and bistro. Rooms start from around £165per night.

The Marlton

The Marlton in Greenwich Village has plenty of style and atmosphere, plus marble bathrooms, parquet floors, oak panelled walls and brass fixtures. It also has a cocktail bar, which is lovely, and a very nice French restaurant, also lovely - and an espresso bar! Now you’re really talking. There are 107 rooms and suites starting from around £145 per night.

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Greenwich Village isn’t known for its generously proportioned hotel rooms, but if you want to stay in the area and you need a bit more space consider MySuites, a collection of contemporary suites with hotel-style services and self-catering accommodation. SO all of the suites have sitting rooms and kitchens, but there’s a chef on hand too. Great for families and anyone who appreciates great design. And space.

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4 of the Best Hotels in Greenwich Village

  • Walker Hotel New York (Greenwich Village) 113 rooms from £165

    City Style  -  Furnished with 1920s-inspired decor with a beautiful Parisian bistro-style lounge and bar in the heart of Greenwich Village.
    Local exploring  -  An easy walk from Washington Square and Little Italy, and a few yards from bustling 6th Avenue.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.

    Elegant hotel nestled in the heart of Greenwich Village, with vintage 1920s-inspired decor. The rooms feature luxurious leather chairs, richly coloured fabrics and retro rotary phones. A Parisian-style bistro and bar with a carefully selected wine list add to the atmosphere of sleekness and warmth. See More

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  • The Marlton New York (Greenwich Village) 107 rooms from £144

    City Style  -  A cocktail bar, an espresso bar, and the Margaux all in a restored historic building, previously frequented by great names.
    Local exploring  -  Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, a lively area with plenty to do and see.
    Full of character
    Lively area  -  In the thick of the action.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet

    Atmospheric hotel with 'chic petite' rooms all featuring parquet floors, brass fixtures and marble bathrooms, located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Rich oak-panelled walls and elaborately furnished dining rooms and bars all contribute to its warm, romantic and characterful aesthetic. See More

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  • Washington Square Hotel New York Downtown 150 rooms from £194

    Local exploring  -  Right in Greenwich Village, this is an ideal spot for exploring Manhattan by foot.
    Local markets  -  Check out the streets of China Town, packed with stalls and shops of every description.
    Sights nearby  -  All within a few minutes walk are Madison Square Gardens and Little Italy.
    Outstanding location  -  On the edge of Washington Square Park.
    Recommended by  -  Frommers

    An historic 1902 residence turned hotel in Greenwich Village. Art-deco style furnishings and dark mahoganies make up the subtly lit rooms. Here it's all about the prime location right on the corner of Washington Square Park. See More

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  • MySuites New York (West Village) from £281

    Designer  -  Each suite has been individually created by a different designer.
    Sights nearby  -  Bang next to a subway station, so all of NYC is easily accessible
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.

    Contemporary, design-led suites in the heart of the West Village. The concept here is hotel style services, with self catering style accommodation. All suites offer sitting rooms and kitchens, but there is a chef on hand if you like! Superb location and great for families on a city visit. See More

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Written by Kat Parr Mackintosh

posted Monday, 5th August 2019