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Gansevoort Meatpacking Nyc

1,388 reviews
+1 212-206-6700

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Child Care

Don’t Let the Name Put You Off-- Gansevoort Meatpacking Packs in the Style

What Does a Gansevoort Meatpacking Room Include?

Gansevoort Meatpacking, far from its industrial-sounding name, is the epitome of sophisticated contemporary style. It features modern style and a monochrome palette with bold accents of brilliant color and striking modern prints. The rooms are sleek, comfortable, spacious, and full of light. Enjoy fabulous views. Rooms feature featherbeds and matching goose down pillows, 400-thread count Egyptian cotton sheets and hypoallergenic down duvets. A fully stocked bar is included, along with iPod docking station, in-room safe, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

What Amenities/Features Does Gansevoort Meatpacking Offer?

Enjoy indoor or al fresco dining at the Chester, Gansevoort Meatpacking’s on-site restaurant, or opt for the edgier Provocateur Café. If you want some nightlife without leaving the hotel, the Provocateur Nightclub has got you covered. Exhale, the on-site fitness center, caters to all your workout needs with a variety of classes, or opt for a personal trainer. The Exhale Spa features facials, massage, and eastern modalities such as acupuncture, and the hair studio features Shu Uemura products. Indulge in the glamorous makeup and hair services and look like a star for your night on the town.

How Much Will a Stay at Gansevoort Meatpacking Cost?

While the price tag is rather hefty at around $380, off-season deals can be as low as $230.

What Activities are Popular Near Gansevoort Meatpacking?

The cobblestone streets of this neighborhood are home to a range of designer boutiques, award-winning restaurants, and internationally known galleries. Get some shopping in at Rag and Bone or Hugo Boss, visit the Heller Gallery, and dine at Bagatelle or Fig & Olive.

What's the Bottom Line?

While the name may conjure up grungy industrial, this hip New York Hotel is extremely chic and well worth the price tag.

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West Village
18 9th Ave
New York, NY 10014
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Fantastic environment" "Great food/shopping"
100% liked the proximity to shopping.
95% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Rooftop pool was amazing" "Great roof pool"
"Staff was wonderful" "Great staff at reception"
76% found the staff to be very friendly.
52% indicated the reception staff was not good.
"Fridge didn't work" "Towells are tiny"
94% thought the view was good.
Only 69% said rooms were big enough.
Bar and Beverages
"Trendy rooftop bar" "Stale beer"
Bar service was unacceptable, according to 56%.
Alcoholic drinks were awful, according to 86%.
"Slow Internet connection" "WIFI was provided"
50% thought the wifi quality was ok.
"Huge soaking tub" "Ac was not working"
Only 69% said rooms were big enough.
79% thought it was too noisy.
Wellness Area
For only 61%, the fitness area was satisfactory.
"No buffet" "No restaurant"
75% did not like what was on the menu.
For 77%, the dining experience was not enjoyable.
"Nowhere to have breakfast"
73% said the breakfast was too expensive.
Value for money
"Expensive prices" "Big discount"
73% said the breakfast was too expensive.

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Awesome terrace
Could be quieter
Great view
Friendly atmosphere
Expert Reviews
Though the nearby Standard New York has stolen some of its thunder, there's plenty to draw guests to this chic Meatpacking District pioneer... a superb choice for urban poolside lounging.
This fourteen-story silver-colored building is all luxury on the inside, though, from the moment you step into the club-like lobby 'til you tuck yourself into your comfier-than-usual bed.
DK Eyewitness
A 45-ft (13.5-m) rooftop pool and Ono, an indoor-outdoor restaurant, are among the features that draw models and celebrities to this sleek, high-rise addition to the hip Meatpacking District.