Robert De Niro Takes You to Bed
Staying in Robert De Niro’s Greenwich Hotel in New York City doesn’t come cheap, starting at $625 a night. But NewYorkology points us to soft-opening prices that make it worth considering a luxurious night in their brand new decked out rooms, details here.
“You sleepin’ with me?”
Every suite is significantly bigger than our entire NYC apartment…
Studio Suite: 650 sq ft., all feature 2 sets of French doors that open onto the hotels Tuscan-style courtyard. An entry foyer leads into the residential style living room that contains a large sofa and 2 additional club chairs. The bedroom offers a top of the line Dux King-size bed. The oversize Carrara marble bathrooms all feature a herringbone marble mosaic floor and freestanding soaking tub. 3 of the Studio suites also offer a separate sauna room.
Fireplace Suite: 896 sq ft., stone fireplace with a marble mantle located in the center of the living dining area. The living room contains a large sofa as well as additional seating for 4 and a separate desk area. The dining area is situated in a rounded nook of 10 ft. floor-to-ceiling glass windows which overlook Greenwich street and offer views of the Hudson river. The bedroom offers a top of the line Dux Queen-size bed. In the residential-style Carrara marble bathroom you will find a double basin sink marble enclosed soaking tub alcove and separate walk-in shower.
Suite info via The Greenwich Hotel‘s official website.
Image from Taxi Driver via GoneMovies.com