Fresh off a multimillion-dollar head-to-toe revamp, the Gansevoort is once again one of the hippest hotels in New York City.
Contemporary rooms at the Gansevoort in the vibrant Meatpacking District are stocked with unexpected high-tech amenities, such as fitness mirrors for in-room workouts, Google Nest hubs and Marshall Bluetooth sound systems.
Throughout the refreshed lobby, which features warm woods, brass accents and cool porcelain floors, guests will find colorful street-style art by Banksy, Richard Hambleton and Hassan Hajjaj.
But it’s the year-round swimming pool and roof terrace that continue to make the Gansevoort one of the city’s most in-demand hotels. The heated rooftop pool is exclusive for guests only, while the rooftop bar and restaurant is a lush, plant-filled space with 360-degree city views and an eclectic menu ranging from classic sushi rolls to guacamole with plantain chips.
Other spots to drink and dine at the Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC include The Chester and the Saishin by Kissaki omakase pop-up on the rooftop.
Rates at the Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC start at $341 per night.