The Greenwich Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This virtually flawless 88-room TriBeCa newcomer (opened in 2008 by Robert de Niro, among others) offers an underground pool, the Shibui Spa, a premier gym, and the new Locanda Verde restaurant.

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 This virtually flawless 88-room TriBeCa newcomer (opened in 2008 by Robert de Niro, among others) offers an underground pool, the Shibui Spa, a premier gym, and the new Locanda Verde restaurant.
This virtually flawless 88-room TriBeCa newcomer (opened in 2008 by Robert de Niro, among others) offers an underground pool, the Shibui Spa, a premier gym, and the new Locanda Verde restaurant. Even better: the large, homey rooms have breathtaking design, free Wi-Fi, free minibar snacks, and free Wii video games by request. This dimly lit 201-room hotel built around an impressive, vaulted central atrium used to be one of the hottest digs in town. But it's cachet has been slowly draining away in recent years as hip, new downtown competitors like the Bowery, Hotel on Rivington, and most recently the Standard pull both the scene-chasers and those looking for more luxurious, up-to-date rooms. The uber-modern Smyth, from the Thompson Group, just opened in March 2009, and its 100 rooms and 12 floors are perched over a cobblestoned corner in TriBeCa. Muted, contemporary colors meet retro-modern decor with a 1950s twist: The lobby's wall displays vintage toy robots, alarm clocks, and radios. Like all Thompson hotels, the guest rooms are filled with brand-name luxury amenities: Hans Grohe bathroom fixtures, Sferra bed linens, oversize terry-cloth robes by Frette, Kiehl's bath products, Dean & Deluca minibar choices, and even Kiki de Montparnasse "intimate accessories."
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