Walker Hotel Greenwich VillageNew York, United States. 52 West 13th Street
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Inspired by the Georgian revival towers found on New York’s famed Fifth Avenue of the 1920’s, guests arrive curbside, greeted by a beautifully designed façade featuring copper clad bay windows, cast stone trim and restoration antique glass illuminated by gas lanterns reminiscent of the early days of Greenwich Village. Guests pass through a pair of grand custom designed doors and ornate vestibule before descending into a sumptuous parlour adorned with rich romantic interiors, a fireplace, Art-Deco inspired wall-coverings and a display of original works by emerging local artists. A carefully curated library featuring classic New York-themed books, include early editions by authors from those who call, or have called, Greenwich Village home. Plush seating and private nooks invite guests to settle in and appreciate the attention to detail and thoughtfulness that went into creating this boutique hotel in NYC. The unique design, central downtown location and warm hospitality of Walker Hotel Greenwich Village, secures its place as one of the luxury boutique hotels in NYC. Walker Hotel offer 113-guest rooms many offering unique amenities such as private landscaped patios, balconies with views of the Empire State Building and deep soaking marble bathtubs. Walker Hotel is also home to Society Cafe, a new market-to-table American restaurant by Executive Chef, Christopher Zabita. Chef Christopher ZabitaRead More Read Less
What makes Walker Hotel Greenwich Village Unique Walker Hotel Greenwich Village is committed to delivering an authentic experience to guests visiting New York City. This is achieved by partnering with small local businesses in Greenwich Village and the surrounding New York City area. The hotel is passionate about the neighborhood in which it lives and the community that surrounds it. For example: Walker Hotel Greenwich Village partners with C.O. Bigelow – America’s Oldest Apothecary - for all in room bath amenities. Founded in Greenwich Village in 1838, C.O. Bigelow is located just a few short blocks from Walker Hotel. Walker Hotel Greenwich Village partners with The New School of Jazz and Contemporary Music each week to supply free live jazz entertainment for our customers. This partnership not only gives the students experience in performing live, it continues the history and undeniable influence Jazz has had in Greenwich Village throughout history. University Floral Design - Walker Hotel also partners with University Floral Design for our public spaces. University Floral Designs is a family owned and operated small business located in Greenwich Village since 1928. Society Cafe Restaurant – Walker Hotel Greenwich Village is proud to support the local farmers of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Executive Chef, Christopher Zabita, personally shops at the nearby Union Square Green Market 4-days per week to create is ever evolving American menu. Coffee of Grace – Walker Hotel supports the global community as well. Founded by Grace Hightower, With a focus on Rwanda and small African Villages – Coffee of Grace educates the women of these small villages on growing organic sustainable coffee crops. Coffee of Grace essentially creates a new economy for these villages that otherwise would struggle to meet the basic needs of day to day life. The coffee beans are then shipped privately back to New York City, to ensure the majority of the profits remain in the village. The coffee is then roasted locally in New York City and distributed to Walker Hotel and other Coffee of Grace partners.
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- Complimentary WiFi. Complimentary Saratoga Springs bottled spring water (replenished daily). Complimentary 24-hour on-site fitness center. Complimentary digital access to the New York Times. Complimentary lending guest library. Complimentary evening turndown service with a fresh baked treat from Chef Christopher Zabita.