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Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

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1925 Reviews
Guide Price £1,169 per person
Based on 29 June 18 departure from London Gatwick flying with British Airways, staying for 3 nights room only in a Superior King (2 adults sharing) excluding transfers.
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for a stay at this hotel. The price will vary based on exchange rates, and your choice of room type, departure date, airline and cabin class, and any additional extras you’d like to add to your holiday.

Boutique luxury in the historic Meatpacking District

Situated in the heart of New York’s famous Meatpacking District, the Gansevoort is a luxury boutique hotel that combines five star comforts with trend-setting design. Experience some of New York’s top nightlife on-site, head to the rooftop for a swim with a view and sample delectable dining at the iconic Chesters. Plus, with a location in the centre of such a history-rich district, you’ll find plenty to do within easy reach. The perfect option for a fashionable New York City break.

  • Stay active at the fitness centre
  • Excellent location in the historic Meatpacking District
  • Enjoy nightlife at several on-site venue
  • Beautiful decor from the rooms to the restaurants
  • Admire the views from the spectacular rooftop pool

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Luxury

Location Type

City centre
  • 210 rooms
  • Floors have lift access: Yes
  • Transfer time: Approx. 30 minutes from Newark Liberty International Airport

Main Facilities

  • Fitness facilities
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa facilities

Accommodation Type

  • Boutique
  • Luxury Collection

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

  • City centre
  • Approx. 30 minutes from Newark Liberty International Airport
1925 Reviews 75% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 952
  • Very Good 501
  • Average 218
  • Poor 153
  • Terrible 102

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

May 26, 2018

Mmm, it was okay

Washington DC, District of Columbia

Just wrapped a business trip to NYC and stayed here. It was, well, Ok. I had read about the hotel and was excited to check out the vibe for myself. On arrival, I gave a pass for all the construction around the hotel (it will be terrific when completed) and enjoyed the lobby look/feel. Room was clean, nice looking, and bathroom impressive. Elevators are bit of a hassle—not all buttons light up, not all up/down arrows work and, at least on our floor (7th), if you weren’t actually in front of the 1 of 3 that opened, you couldn’t get into it before the door closed. May sound minor, but was a pain. Where it all failed to meet my expectations for a high-end property was the customer service and responsiveness. Underwhelming, especially for a $400+/night rate. Asked for a high/ quiet room—assured it was good, but got low/noisy. Needed to find a group we were meeting for a mixer (they had set up the stay, were buying a bloc of rooms, renting meeting space with food and hosting the 30+ person mixer in the hotel). We first asked the person in the lobby—no idea, suggested we ask the desk. We asked the desk, no clue, suggested we go downstairs and look in the meeting room. No group. Finally made it back upstairs (elevators), asked another person in the lobby; no idea as he turned away. No where in here did anyone with the hotel seem to care or offer to help. We finally found the group ourselves—near the lobby enjoying a hotel-catered gathering. On our last night, we decided to have a nightcap in the lobby bar. It was busy, but not packed. Took a good while to order—bartender having a chat. As we sat down to chill, the lobby attendants appeared to have let a drunk in who decided to sit with us and ask some inappropriate questions. There must have been 6 staff in the area—none seemed to want to help. We left (took 10+ mins to close the tab at the bar; bartender was having a conversation with a guy hitting on her). Maybe cool and hip means aloof and uninterested? So, mmmm, it was ok.
May 25, 2018

Jim from London

London, United Kingdom

Great position but the hotel was very noisy at night time. The breakfast offer and service were terrible. The hotel was also tired i.e. in need of refurbishment. Given the price I was disappointed with this hotel, although the position is enviable.
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