A boutique Art Deco hotel, in the heart of iconic Greenwich Village.
The unique design, central downtown Manhattan location and warm hospitality of Walker Hotel Greenwich Village, secures its place as one of the luxury boutique hotels in NYC. Architecture inspired by the Georgian revival towers of New York's 1920's famed Fifth Avenue, and rich romantic interiors with Art Deco inspired wall-coverings envelope displays of original artwork by emerging local artists. Reminiscent of the early days of Greenwich Village, yet, inspired by today's vibrant thriving culture - Walker Hotel Greenwich Village encourages guests to explore the city of today and tomorrow.
Drawing from the distinctive spirit of Greenwich Village and Golden Age New York City, each of the 113 luxury accommodations showcases timeless and progressive charm with Art Deco lines, sleek furnishings and stylish amenities.
The nightlife and restaurants in Greenwich Village are an integral part of the eclectic and vibrant energy that draws an illustrious crowd to our Manhattan neighborhood that locals simply refer to as "The Village". Walker Hotel Greenwich Village is proud to introduce you to Society Cafe - a market-to-table American restaurant & bar near Union Square NYC from Executive Chef Manuel Gonzalez.
"We stayed in the pied a terre room with balcony. A real treat. And the hotel is in a great location with easy access to Union Square and the Village. We would definitely stay again, as my wife has declared this her new favorite in NYC."
"The Walker Hotel is a gem in the heart of Manhattan... the experience was great. Neatly refurbished, this is a very cosy and well-maintained place... The style of the hotel is very elegant. Service is great."
"We had the most wonderful stay at Walker Hotel. Amazing staff, great room views and fantastic location. Close to the subway and right in the middle of my favorite neighborhood in town. You should really stay here and enjoy its great restaurant, also. You'll feel at home (or better)."
For over a century, Greenwich Village has been known and beloved as the bohemian enclave of New York, acting as the East Coast's hub for the Beat and 1960s counterculture generation. It has also served as the cradle of the modern LGBT movement in America. With its acceptance of nonconformity and reputation for tolerance, the Village quickly attracted artists, writers and creative thinkers that would later be responsible for the influx of avant-garde galleries, performance spaces, stores and restaurants.
Home of the wildly popular Greenmarket, a 90-year-old bookstore, department stores, and live music venues including Irving Plaza and Webster Hall, this bustling intersection and meeting place links many of New York City's iconic neighborhoods.
Gather with friends at this landmark urban park located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Featuring two playgrounds, two dog runs, a giant arched gate, a flowing fountain, and a chess plaza, take advantage of the great outdoors in lower Manhattan.
Home to A-list celebrities, quirky shops, designer boutiques, the Village Halloween Parade, piano bars, jazz clubs, award-winning restaurants, and quaint theaters, walk the cobblestone and tree-lined streets any time of day to find something interesting.
Traverse the area south of Houston (SoHo) and enjoy this world-famous shopper's paradise filled with everything from designer boutiques, noteworthy art galleries, buzz-worthy pop-ups, and some of the best restaurants in the Concrete Jungle.
Enjoy the sights, the sounds, and the great outdoors at the High Line, an elevated urban park stretching a mile and a half above Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District featuring lush gardens, art installations, park benches, and trails.
Home to the Whitney Museum, high-end designer clothing stores, the High Line, trendsetting art galleries, and plenty of award-winning restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, visit the Meatpacking District in NYC and have fun exploring Manhattan's west side.
With over 21,000 pieces of art from the most promising artists of today, visit the world's most extensive collection of contemporary art at the Whitney Museum and check out popular exhibits like Andy Warhol - From A to B and Back Again.
Traverse over Asia's diverse cultures, regions, and narratives at the Rubin Museum and explore Himalayan & Tibetan art exhibits or participate in special events from yoga and meditation to dream studies and sleepovers.
Spanning 28 acres over three historic Hudson River piers, find your fun at NYC's premier recreational sports playground featuring a golf club, bowling alley, ice skating rink, rock climbing wall, and a state-of-the-art fitness club.
Take an elevator ride up to the observatory on the 101st floor for a bird's eye view of New York City's iconic sights, surrounding waters, and incredible skyline at the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere soaring 1,776 feet in lower Manhattan.