The Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel

The first luxury hotel in Meatpacking District elevates the funk and fun with food, drinks, and cool decor.

Luxe and Arty

Taking its aesthetic cues from the neighborhood, the Gansevoort has an artsy, modern vibe without leaving behind high hospitality. The lobby is modern, well-lit and welcoming with comfortable chairs and tall windows for people watching outside. Modern photography dots the premises in surprising ways–end the of a hall, full-size walls or marching down a corridor. And the Whitney Museum and High Line park are a stroll away.

Pool and Pool

A pool table welcomes guest for a fun in the lobby–and a swimming pool on the roof brings welcome relief from the heat. In between, the rooms are bright and sophisticated with cool and hot colors, panoramic views of the city. Bathrooms feature marble tiles and high-end toiletries.

The Chester restaurant is a lively mix of exposed brick, chandeliers, and tufted leather for all day dining. Up by the pool, the Plunge Rooftop bar is a hip take on Moroccan style in blues and whites with a buzzy scene for visitors and neighbors.