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Welcome to Gansevoort Meatpacking: Your Downtown Oasis Known as The Crown Jewel of NYC’s Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Hotel is an iconic destination that has called New York City home since 2004. The 186-room hotel features a full service open air lobby lounge, year-round rooftop bar and Omakase sushi bar, a 45-foot heated outdoor pool, and indoor and outdoor space where guests can enjoy unobstructed, 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline.





Gansevoort Hotel

Gansevoort Pool

Gansevoort Hotel Building




Poliform Penthouse


Gansevoort Rooftop


Little Island

Chelsea Market


Bookcase with Banksy

Gansevoort Plaza


High Line

Whitney Museum

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1. Gansevoort Hotel Located on Ninth Ave and 13th Street, Gansevoort Hotel is an anchor in Manhattan’s vibrant Meatpacking District, which has transformed from an industrial district into a cultural hub for fashion, design, culinary excellence and the arts. The property is steps away from the Hudson River, High Line, Little Island, Whitney Museum of American Art, Chelsea Market, premium shopping and dining. The property has recently completed a full top-to-bottom renovation touching all floors, accommodations and public spaces.

2. Gansevoort Pool Take a dip! Open year-round, the heated outdoor rooftop pool offers a unique New York City experience and expansive views of Manhattan's Skyline.

3. Gansevoort Hotel Building Gansevoort guests feel the evolution of the property as soon as they step foot into the new 1,700-square-foot lobby and common area that showcases cutting edge art and design. Designed with intention, the space features warm wood finishes and brass paired with a porcelain tiled floor in a concrete tone that mimics the neighborhood’s iconic cobblestone streets.

4. Bookcase With Banksy Art is a critical piece of the Gansevoort hotel’s identity and experience. Each selection displayed throughout the property showcases a different aspect of the hotel’s personality and was intentionally chosen for the reinvention of Gansevoort. From the moment guests enter the lobby, they are greeted with original works from Banksy and Richard Hambleton, both icons of street art. Banksy’s “Flying Copper” is an original on cardboard and was a featured piece at his 2003 Turf War exhibition, a precursor to his politically driven works.

5. Poliform Penthouse What has always been one of the most desirable penthouses in New York City, The Poliform Penthouse at Gansevoort Meatpacking has an entirely new look, completed in partnership with Italian contemporary furniture designer, Poliform. The space itself is a 1,700 sq. ft. duplex designed to impress and constructed both for a comfortable stay - whether short or long-term - and built to entertain. Striking 30-foot floor-to-ceiling windows greet guests upon entering. A floor-to-ceiling fireplace balances the room, flanked by dramatic bookcases on either slide as well as Adi Oren’s “Motion Series” and Daniel Mazzone’s “Blue Lady” art pieces. Also on display are works from renowned artists Frank Stella and Mick Rock. Poliform tapped into their network of international designers to collaborate on the products, and each element is shoppable.

6. Gansevoort Rooftop Gansevoort Rooftop is unique within the Meatpacking district bars - it’s an escape for hotel guests and downtown locals alike. Take in the 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River and enjoy innovative, refreshing cocktails paired with fresh light bites.

7. Gansevoort plaza Located at the crossroads of the cultural hub that is the Meatpacking District, this public plaza is right in front of Gansevoort Hotel where you can dine al fresco, people-watch, and even enjoy occasional live performance event.

8. Little Island Little Island is a new public park that provides New Yorkers, and its visitors, with a unique urban oasis—a place for experiences that ignite imagination, foster spontaneity and play, and support camaraderie and connection. The park features lush landscapes with rolling hills, an open plaza for community programming, an amphitheater that hosts a range of events, walking paths and dazzling views of New York City. Little Island is one of the latest additions to the fourmile-long Hudson River Park, which runs from Chambers Street to W. 59th Street.

9. Chelsea Market Located in the heart of New York City’s Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market is one of the world’s greatest indoor food and retail marketplaces. The market’s collection of diverse merchants makes a lively marketplace where one can shop the region’s finest fishes, take home prime cuts of meat, and load up on artisanal cheeses, fresh produce, and imported Italian dry goods. It’s the savory meals enjoyed at Chelsea Market, just as much as the fresh ingredients bought there that make it a beloved destination for locals and travelers alike.

Photo by Acroterion

10. High Line The High Line is both a nonprofit organization and a public park on the West Side of Manhattan. Built on a historic, elevated rail line, the High Line was always intended to be more than a park. Take a walk through gardens, view art, experience a performance, savor delicious food, or connect with friends and neighbors-all while enjoying a unique perspective of New York City.

Photo by Ajay Suresh

11. Whitney Museum of American Art As the preeminent institution devoted to American art, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents twentieth-century and contemporary art focusing on works by living artists. Originally founded in 1930, the Whitney’s Gansevoort Street building opened in 2015, providing an expansive view of its modern American art collection. In partnership with the Whitney, Gansevoort offers express admission tickets that can be purchased at the front desk.

Interesting things to Look Out For: 1. Gansevoort Hotel

Visit the Crown Jewel of the Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Hotel.

2. Gansevoort Pool

Take a dip! The heated pool is open year-round.

3. Gansevoort Hotel Building

Check out the newly designed exterior, inspired by the surrounding neighborhood.

4. Bookcase with Banksy

Spot all the various artists on the bookshelf - can you name them all?

5. Poliform Penthouse

Enjoy the art and expansive views of the Manhattan skyline.

6. Gansevoort Rooftop

Elevate your experience with light bites and cityscape views.

7. Gansevoort Plaza

Sit and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Meatpacking District.

8. Little Island

Explore the brand-new floating urban oasis.

9. Chelsea Market

Shop at the artisanal market located just steps from the hotel.

10. High Line

Take a stroll down the landscaped elevated railroad tracks.

11. Whitney Museum of American Art

View the expansive collection of American art displayed at this museum.













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Printed in USA Cover designed by D. J. Hacker. Cover art and back cover art by Brenda Zabala. Line illustrations by Ivan Myerchuk, and Jake Rose.

With a degree in history, Jake Rose pursues his passion for architecture, photography, and most importantly, historic landmarks. Jake honors the Meatpacking District's unique historical sites in his signature style. Collaborating with artists around the world, beautiful line drawings are created using Jake’s own photographs, which are each accompanied by a rich detailed history which makes it unique in the world of coloring books. “Color Gansevoort” celebrates some of the Gansevoort Hotel's wonderful features as well as the Meatpacking District's fascinating attractions. Visit Jake at and on Instagram and Facebook @colorourtown.