A waterfront location with marina and docking privileges draws Our guests to the boutique-style Delamar Greenwich Harbor. The four-story, non-smoking hotel has 82 rooms and suites with harbor or city views. Some offer private balconies and gas fireplaces; all are equipped with flat-panel TVs, DVD players, iPod docking stations and Wi-Fi. Additional amenities include in-room safes and minibars, cordless phones and work desks. The hotel has a full-service spa, a 24-hour fitness center and a 500-foot private dock with accommodations for sail and motorboats up to 160 feet. Terra cotta tiles from Provence and an imported fireplace from the South of France lend the hotel's restaurant, open for all three meals, a Mediterranean atmosphere; large windows provide stunning water views from the lounge. Dogs are allowed at the hotel, and they're treated to comfortable beds, welcome biscuits and mineral water, all for an additional fee. Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is adjacent to the Delamar Greenwich Harbor, and the Bruce Museum, with some 15,000 objects of art, natural history and anthropology, is less than a two-minute drive away. Tony Greenwich Avenue, boasting high-end shops and boutiques, is one half-mile from the Delamar, and it's seven miles to Tod's Point, a popular beach on Long Island Sound. Westchester County Airport is eight miles northwest of the hotel.