Tribeca is one of the neighbourhoods of New York going over undetected, beloved by its residents and by expert visitors who appreciate the advantages of a discrete area near Soho, Greenwich Village and Wall Street, away from the typical tourist places.
One of the major representatives of the area is Robert De Niro, who spearheaded the creation of the Greenwich hotel, is without a doubt the more purist vision of the craft design or the neorustico style that I have ever seen. Although the hotel is a marvel of design, today I focus only in the suite of the Greenwich Hotel.
Interiors include the work of many craftsmen from around the world, in addition to other design details such as the leaded glass windows, exposed oak beams and antique natural hardwood floors.
The suite boasts fireplace active, a collection of furniture of sober, which highlights a male, dark and neutral color palette that is mixed with a lot of textures that we found on the walls and plenty of materials, velvet, wood, paper or metal.
Its sobriety is halfway to the industrial look stripped of any surface decoration with much metal and large chiaroscuro and the Amish style with large amounts of wood and their beautiful artisan clothing.
The Greenwich Hotel has been designed by Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt with great success. His style is so daring that it can not enjoy it all, or you find it wonderful or you hate it, it has no term half.
The hotel has a magnificent Japanese-inspired Shibui spa, he has a pool in the light of lanterns with a wood-beam ceiling views, a Hall, a gym and five treatment rooms. Surely the hotel sales best of what came.
Also has a wonderful library, a tree-lined courtyard, and the Locanda Verde, an informal neighborhood trattoria Tolix chairs and industrial lighting, Andrew Carmellini serves versions of Italian fresh cuisine of chef praised.
If one day I decide to travel to New York, This is without doubt the hotel where I will stay, It is on my wish list. Although I’ll have to save, since every night in a single room it costs 400 euros, approximately.