A haven for writers and artists for more than a century, the Washington Square Hotel, located at Waverly and MacDougal Streets, just off the northwest corner of Washington Square Park, occupies a unique place in Greenwich Village’s history. The hotel facilities include 150 guestrooms, a renovated lobby with unique art works, 24-hour front desk service, fitness room, lobby bar and the highly-acclaimed North Square Restaurant & Lounge. Complimentary wireless internet access is available in the lobby and lobby bar.
The Washington Square Hotel was built in 1902 as a residential hotel named the Hotel Earle after its first owner, Earle S. L’Amoureux. The hotel occupied a single, eight-story, In 1903 an eight-story and basement building thereon as an addition to the Hotel Earle and connected with the original building at number 103. In 1912, a ninth floor was added and in 1917, the adjoining three-story building was acquired bringing the hotel to MacDougal Street at the northwest corner of picturesque Washington Square Park.”