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What you should know about Greenwich Village

Cozy and welcoming, Greenwich Village is one of the most laid-back neighborhoods in Lower Manhattan, yet still manages to maintain a New York edge with its urban vibe. An artists’ and writers’ haven, The Village—as it’s known by locals—is full of hip bars and restaurants and has a strong bohemian past, being proudly known as the epicenter of folk music where Bob Dylan emerged in the 1960s. A number of popular parks and an esteemed university add to this neighborhood’s positive, unassuming energy.

Hotels in Greenwich Village

If you’re looking for a historic Greenwich Village hotel, look no further than Washington Square Hotel. Opened in 1902, this Art Deco hotel with 2 bars has been home to many writers, artists, and musicians, and offers vacationers the chance to enjoy an authentic New York experience. Luxury hotels in Greenwich Village receive rave reviews for their understated elegance—one example is The Marlton Hotel, an exclusive 4.5-star establishment with a refined restaurant and lounge. Meanwhile, a variety of discount Greenwich Village hotels maintain the neighborhood’s unique homespun vibe. Check out the ultra-trendy Jane Hotel, which offers chic cabin-style rooms on the Hudson River.

Things to see in Greenwich Village

Washington Square Park is a popular haunt for locals and visitors alike, and also provides a venue of self-expression for local art and theater students. Pop in to view some lively street theater, wade in the famous fountain, or become absorbed in the intense games of street chess. Surrounding the park, and well worth exploring, is the campus of New York University. Established in 1831, NYU is one of the most important institutions in the United States both historically and culturally, and boasts 36 Nobel laureates among its alumni. Afterwards, take a tour of the nearby Jefferson Market Library, a striking Gothic-inspired building featuring an imposing wooden lookout tower. If you’re into sport, catch a game of street basketball or handball in “The Cage,” Greenwich Village’s famous public courts which attract spectators from all five boroughs.

Good for couples

With its legendary charm and community feel, Greenwich Village can be a delightfully romantic place for couples visiting New York. The neighborhood’s historical buildings and parks, along with the renowned university campus, provide more than enough opportunities for intimate strolls in the heart of the city at any time of the day. Linger over a coffee together in one of the local bakeries or cafés littering the sidewalks, and dine out in one of the several affordable restaurants near NYU. Hotels for couples in Greenwich Village are in abundance, and guests can also count on an ideal location at the very heart of the Big Apple, with the rest of fairytale Manhattan on your doorstep.

How to get to Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village is easy to reach from all of New York’s 3 airports. JFK and Newark Airports are served by the AirTrain, which connects travelers to the subway system. At LaGuardia, you can hop on the Q70 bus, transfer to the subway, and travel to Greenwich Village at your own pace. Once there, explore the neighborhood on foot to get the best feel for its student-centric, artsy vibe. The famous New York yellow cabs are ever-present on the streets, but with 7 stations serving the area, the subway is the best bet for tourists looking to travel to neighboring districts.

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