Published: July 12th 2012July 12th 2012
The Gramercy Park Hotel, designed by Robert T. Lyons, was opened in 1925 and comprises one of Manhattan's legendary hotels. At the time, it was the headquarters for "high bohemia", a gathering place for artists, adventurers and bonvivantsThis charming and luxurious New York hotel is located at 2 Lexington Avenue, just a few steps away from the famous 5th Avenue. Its original combination of style, colors, beautiful furniture and works of art, all as equally beautiful as the other, makes it stand out amongst the other luxury hotels in New York.
In fact, in the lobby you will find 20th
century masterpieces from, including paintings by Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring andJulian Schnabel. You will also find art exhibitions, where clients and personalities of the arts community are regularly invited to exhibit. The Gramercy Park Hotel is thus transformed into a warm and intimate art gallery, hence being dubbed a boutique hotel!
This magnificent hotel offers unique rooms withsuites such as "Penthouse". Indeed, the Penthouse suite at the Gramercy Park Hotel is like no other you will find in New York In addition to boasting stunning views of the Gramercy Park, the Penthouse suite features an original Stanford White fireplace, and antiques from around the world, as well as a series of photographs by artist Julian Schnabel. You'll also find two bars, the Jade Bar and Rose Bar, both consisting of the most original and extraordinary ones you’ll ever see in the Big Apple. These candlelit spaces offer a warm and sophisticated atmosphere combined with extraordinary works of art and a huge pool room.
Finally, the Gramercy Park Hotel boasts a superb roof terrace offering magnificent views of the Big Apple. FeelNYC’s review:
This is a charming New York City hotel, simple yet luxurious all at the same time offering multiple atmospheres and boasting a very unusual artistic flair. Even if you’re not planning on staying in the hotel, you can still go to admire the wonderful art collection you can find there.
You won’t be disappointed!
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