This project is the result of a collaboration of many creative minds. Initially conceived by the Owners and the Rockwell Group, the public spaces and façade were re-envisioned and designed by Grayling Design, while the rooms were designed and completed by Samantha Crasco. The Spa area was conceived and designed by Mikio Shinagawa, who also supervised a contingent of Japanese craftsmen to implement the design. Talented artisans from around the world, working with the Owners and Grayling created a warm and richly layered environment which celebrates craftsmanship and natural materials. The common areas of The Greenwich Hotel set the tone for craftsmanship throughout.

In the lobby, leaded glass windows and beams of reclaimed oak create a comfortable setting for morning coffee or evening cocktails. Just around the corner is the Drawing Room, similar in style. With 12-foot ceilings, bookshelves and a wood-burning fireplace, the Drawing Room is the perfect place to host a casual meeting or an intimate lunch. Lining one side of the room are antique mirrored glass and French doors that lead to a small courtyard, where guests can dine beneath latticed vines, or just look out at the greenery. To maintain its availability, this room is reserved only for hotel guests.

Common Areas: The common areas of The Greenwich Hotel set the tone for craftsmanship throughout. In the lobby, leaded glass windows and beams of reclaimed oak create a comfortable setting for morning coffee or evening cocktails. Just around the corner is the Drawing Room, similar in style. With twelve-foot ceilings, bookshelves and a wood-burning fireplace, the Drawing Room is the perfect place to host a casual meeting or an intimate lunch. Lining one side of the room are antique mirrored glass and French doors that lead to a small courtyard, where guests can dine beneath latticed vines, or just look out at the greenery. To maintain its availability, this room is reserved only for hotel guests.

Guest rooms and Suites: The Greenwich Hotel has 88 rooms, of which no two are alike. The furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influences – from hand-loomed Tibetan silk rugs to the patterns of Moroccan tile, and hand-made Italian terracotta floors to reclaimed pine, oak, chestnut and hemlock wood details. Natural materials have been used throughout. Rooms have Dux beds, oak floors, soaking tubs, and small libraries. The Greenwich Hotel has thirteen suites, some with saunas, others with working fireplaces. There are two duplex suites: The Greenwich Hotel and the N. Moore. Conceived as artist ateliers, both have soaring 30-foot skylights, chef’s kitchens, two master bedrooms with two bathrooms, stone fireplaces, and offices with separate entrances. Each of these duplex residences can be expanded to accommodate up to five bedrooms.