My partner and I have stayed at Greenwich Hotel 3 or 4 times. It's one of the many things we look fwd to when we visit and NYC is one of our favourite places to visit. Greenwich the area is lovely, relatively quiet and suburban-ish, so you can be in the city without being inundated with the hustle and bustle of city life? We like nicking down to Whole Foods nearby for a snack! The Duane Reade pharmacy across the street is great for picking up toothpaste etc, the kind of stuff we tend to forget when we travel. Greenwich Hotel is luxurious but discreet, none of that OTT glitzy stuff, there's an old world charm to the space, the rooms are gorgeous, and the bathrooms too (something I care very much about). They offer awesome body and shower products from Red Flower, and not in those dinky travel sized bottles either, which I really appreciate. There's also a basket of snacks to welcome guests in their room, and these are stocked with interesting American faves, not the usual Pringles in a tube you get in most hotels. The staff are warm and friendly without being obtrusive. The spa is worth a visit with good massages on offer. I don't swim, but if you did, you would probably enjoy the indoor pool, all set within a transplanted Japanese village 'hut' of some sort. Very aesthetically pleasing. Only criticism I have is that I think the breakfast restaurant offerings are a tad on the expensive side, and the range on offer is a little limited for my liking. (I struggle at that restaurant to have something small or light, but most of what's there is a bit heavy or decadent for me as a breakfast option.) But that's just me, overall, I can't complain, as I always look forward to my next visit, which is in a few days.