The JHouse Greenwich
The allure of Greenwich, Connecticut has always been there for New Yorkers who want to leave the city’s concrete and hi-rise jungle.
Greenwich offers a vibrant cosmopolitan community, set within a charming coastal Connecticut enclave and is well known for its fining dining, a stellar nightlife scene, local events, shopping, and historical city landmarks.
For those looking for a peaceful winter escape, you can stop your search. Now experience Greenwich’s effortless elegance at The JHouse Greenwich, Connecticut’s hottest, boutique hotel and dining destination.
The JHouse Greenwich offers chic, contemporary décor, and this leading boutique hotel provides its guests with a home away from home, featuring five-star amenities, fine dining, and modern, plush comforts.
Additional hotel amenities include: ultra-luxe amenities including televisions disguised as mirrors in guestrooms and restrooms, heated toilet seats, l’Occitane en Provence bath products, and Frette towels and robes, The JHouse Greenwich is perfect for travelers wanting to enjoy the highest level of luxury.
The JHouse Greenwich
For a wonderful fine dining experience, try eleven14 Kitchen which stands apart from other hotel restaurants. Ideally located within The JHouse Greenwich, eleven14 Kitchen restaurant offers a wide selection of globally influenced seasonal American cuisine, featuring fresh ingredients and locally sourced foods. Executive Chef François Kwaku-Dongo only uses ingredients as nature intended and prides itself on its tradition of simplicity and sustainability.
Greenwich visitors who desire a taste of both local culture and history, can choose from a variety of options such as the nationally recognized Bruce Museum of Arts and Science. The Bruce Museum is consistently voted the “Best Museum” by area media by highlighting art, science and natural history.
For history buffs, you are in for a treat. Enjoy a trip to Putnam Cottage, a historical site and museum that showcases Revolutionary War artifacts and plays host to Revolutionary War re-enactments. Built in the 17th century, the Putnam Cottage was named after General Israel Putnam whose heroic escape from the British included a daring ride down what is now known as Put’s Hill, during the Revolutionary War.
If a little retail therapy is what you desire, you are in luck. Stroll down Greenwich Avenue, a charming street lined with delightful boutiques and restaurants. Shoppers can browse the windows or pick up the season’s newest trends from high-end retailers including Christopher Fischer, Baccarat, Tory Burch, Brooks Brothers, Lacoste, Scoop NYC, Tiffany & Co., Ralph Lauren, Theory, Vineyard Vines, and Saks Fifth Avenue to name a few.
For outdoor winter fun, visitors and residents alike can head to the Babcock Preserve or the Audubon Society of Greenwich to enjoy a scenic hike, horseback ride or hit the cross country skiing trails after a fresh snowfall. With nearly 300 acres of forest and wooded trails.
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