Gramercy Park Hotel's New Season

Iconic Manhattan hotel Gramercy Park Hotel is saying it is time for a change. Spearheaded by the new General Manager, Scott Koster, the hotel is implementing subtle changes that will wow new guests as well as keep impressing regulars.

With April comes the start of rooftop season in New York, and Gramercy's private roof club Gramercy Terrace is no exception. The newly reimaged space that sits on the 18th floor has a retracting glass roof and garden space that is set to launch a new menu of Italian-inspired tapas, casual lunch dishes and seasonal cocktails. New light lunch and small bites are available at Rose Bar and a gourmet continental breakfast is offered at Jade Bar.

Room redo: All of the guest rooms are sporting upgraded lighting, new furnishings, and in some cases, new color schemes.

Creative Director Damion Luaiye is on hand crafting new events geared towards culture seekers and Manhattanites at Rose Bar and Gramercy Terrace (think music, fashion, literature and film).

We love their new turndown service that includes a single lit candle inside a small crystal, hand-cut hurricane vase.

For the techies in the group, the property has included iPad and iPod loaner programs to ensure guests never have to fully unplug.

For more information visit www.gramercyparkhotel.com.
 

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