Gansevoort Meatpacking

New York City, New York

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

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    A trendsetter that cuts its own path

Why we choose Gansevoort Meatpacking

Live like the cool New Yorker you know you really are by staying at the hotel that’s credited with leading the transformation of this district

  • We love the energy and vibe of this groundbreaking hotel
  • Core Fusion classes at the 24-hour fitness center + rooftop pool + great spa = you’ll leave in great shape
  • Plunge, their rooftop bar, is a great place to hang

Edgy, urban and lively—if that doesn’t sound like your idea of a good time, the Gansevoort isn’t for you. In fact, avoid the Meatpacking District altogether.

Everything from Chelsea Market to five-star dining is steps from the hotel, but so is the real flavor of New York. Are you up for it?

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Use their duplex suite as your New York home away from home—with the pool table to boot!

What you need to know about the hotel

Its sleek, contemporary décor fits the eclectic neighborhood, while Carrara marble and leather accents indulge the senses

  • Marvel over million-dollar Manhattan views from the Juliet balconies in many rooms
  • The heated rooftop pool and bar are open year round, allowing you to take a comfortable dip even when it’s snowing
  • The Chester, Gansevoort Meatpacking Premiere American eatery, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and weekend brunch.

There are lots of things we adore about the Gansevoort Meatpacking, starting with the location. After all, why stay in New York City but try to find a hotel that doesn’t feel like it’s in the city? Sure, we love the fact that kids and pets are VIPs at the Gansevoort, and that the hotel has an excellent staff that goes above and beyond to make a visitor’s stay perfect. But what we really love are the views. Whether it’s from a bay window in your room or from the top of the rooftop lounge, the Gansevoort makes Manhattan pop!

The rooms aren’t as over-the-top as some other hotels at this price point, but its amenities and location more than make up for it.

There are 186 rooms and suites in Gansevoort Meatpacking, but there’s only one option if you want room to spread out: the top-floor duplex with 30-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s got luxurious amenities, a balcony with sweeping river views, a pool table and full bar if you’re in the mood to entertain. 

Where is it and what's nearby

It’s all city, all the time in this urban resort built in the heart of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District

  • Great access to High Line, a public park built on a freight rail line elevated above the streets of Manhattan’s West Side
  • Walk on the culinary wild side with (usually) terrific food from Manhattan’s street vendors—a departure from the hotel’s posh sushi restaurant

Gansevoort Meatpacking can be found in Manhattan’s Lower West Side, an area that until recently was a rough and tumble neighborhood upstanding folks largely avoided after dark. But Gansevoort’s arrival in 2004 marked the turning point for the Meatpacking District, which is now a sought-after locale. The area retains some of its previous grittiness while bringing upscale dining, shopping and entertainment venues right to the doorstep of hotel guests.

New York City itself needs no introduction, and Manhattan is perhaps the best known of its five boroughs. It’s the home of Broadway, Radio City Music Hall, Central Park, the Empire State Building and countless other tourist destinations. In the likely event you feel overwhelmed by the possibilities, we’ve found the dedicated concierge staff at the hotel very helpful in planning the perfect itinerary.

How to enjoy New York City

Granite foundations let Manhattan soar into one of the great cities of the world. A crossroads that has welcomed new arrivals for centuries, but now is more at ease showing its softer side, but only for a ’New York Minute’ mind

  • Food, in every wonderful flavor and from every corner of the world, from early morning right through to, well, early morning
  • Nightlife that is second to none, from dancing Mormons on Broadway; to Knicks at The Garden; to Placido at The Met
  • Serious shopping to fit every budget and every style. From Tiffany & Co and the big guys on 5th to the flea markets of Brooklyn

The Big Apple is awash with ‘must-sees’ and can cater for literally every taste. You could marvel at a Matisse at MoMA, get down and dizzy at the Guggenheim’s famed spiraling architecture, take a superhero tour of movie locations and enjoy 360° views of the city from the Rockefeller Center’s observation deck. Perhaps the most moving, however, is the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.

For quintessential New York try a 6th Avenue bagel before people watching over a skinny latte in the West Village. Stock up on the latest must-have Manolo Blahniks in Manhattan’s midtown before toasting Carrie’s health over lunch at Eleven Madison Park. It’s the restaurant where the Sex and the City character’s heart is broken; remember to reserve well in advance to avoid your own fully-booked heartache.

  • A word from the hotel

    A guest wanted to propose to his girlfriend in Central Park at night with a saxophone player playing her favorite song & candles to set the mood. I found a sax player to be in Central Park at a specific time, I delivered the candles and had them lit, and a contact of mine who knows the Sergeant at the local precinct arranged to have an officer there in case anyone complained about the music that late at night. Everything went off without a hitch.
    Keoni Boyer, Chief Concierge

  • You should know that

    All artwork in the hotel was taken in the hotel

  • Did you know

    By 1900, the area was home to 250 slaughterhouses and packing plants. The Meatpacking District is now on the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Gansevoort Meatpacking, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Continental breakfast
  • Welcome amenity
  • Upgrade at time of arrival, if available
  • Early check-in/late check-out based on availability

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