Incentra Village House offers an attractive option to a NYC boutique hotel or chain. Situated in Greenwich Village it offers a quainte ambiance accentuated by urban charm. We stayed in the India Suite in late October for 4 nights which faced 8th Avenue. The character of the room was a pleasant diversion from the more brandex modern options. Although small, the bathroom was stocked with green products. For those who are sensitive to street noise, an alternative suite situated near the back of the property may be more appropriate. Our stay extended past the weekend when traffic noise was more apparent (garbage trucks). Otherwise, our suite was a quiet oasis amidst the cityscapes.
We enjoyed having the option of a kitchenette to prepare beverages and store light snacks. Television viewing was limited, although who needs to watch TV when in NYC? The Village staff was approachable and well informed about local options. The Incentra Village House is within close proximity to ammenities and local attractions as well and we walked to the majority of our destinations. We enjoyed a nice walk to the Guggenheim Museum and stopped by various points of interest along the way. Our room was kept clean and promotional materials and magazines are available in the main lobby. A staff member ensures guest security and is available for any emergent concerns as they sleep on-site overnight.
A visit to John’s Pizzeria of Bleecker Street is a must. Part of the appeal of Incentra Village is being able to discover the local area of Greenwich despite its recent transition to becoming more gentrified. Incentra Village offers the opportunity to discover the changing landscape of Greenwich and new surprises in Chelsea and neighboring areas. We discovered the Corner Shop Café at 643 Broadway (between Bond St & Bleecker St) for brunch which was a Sunday gem for a variations on classic fare. A visit to Incentra Village House is ideal for those that seek a cozy option within the heart of NYC without surplus luxury and expense. We have recommended it to friends/ co-workers who also agree.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Incentra Village House, an Historic Inn, was built in 1841, and occupies two brick landmark townhouses in New York City's Greenwich Village Historic District. As an attractive alternative to Midtown's steel and glass, the Village House offers our guests a warm welcome in our cozy front office featuring a fireplace, antique furnishings and artwork. All of our guests are welcome to relax with our supply of newspapers, magazines, and books. To get to your room you'll wander down narrow halls and up charming old stairways to one of 11 unique rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Incentra Village House Hotel New York City