Gramercy Park Hotel
2 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010
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The room rates listed are double occupancy per room unless otherwise stated and exclude tax recovery charges and service fees.
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Check-In Time: 3 PM
Check-Out Time: noon
Property Amenities: Multilingual staff, Breakfast available (surcharge), Restaurant, Meeting rooms, Concierge services, Wedding services, Babysitting or childcare (surcharge), Bar/lounge, Conference space, 24-hour fitness facilities, Tours/ticket assistance, Dry cleaning/laundry service
Room Amenities: Daily housekeeping, Phone, Pay movies, Premium bedding, Air conditioning, Minibar (stocked, some free items), Refrigerator (on request), Flat-panel TV, Iron/ironing board, Cable TV service, Individually decorated, Desk, Connecting/adjoining rooms available, Individually furnished, DVD player, Premium TV channels, In-room safe
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11/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Everything about this place was fantastic. We were so hungry when we arrived off our flight from London and the team at Wakiya made room for us when the place was completely packed! You really do feel like royalty here. From the decor to the comfy rooms and attentive staff, its a great pick if you want to stay at an upscale hotel. I loved it!
11/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Who wants my membership card? Seriously. I've been coming here for over 6 months and the place has gone absolutely downhill. The staff is horrible to those who don't have cards, drinks are way too expensive and it may be the most pretentious place in the city. I do like a pretentious place, it can be sexxy, sometimes fun, but Rosebar/Grammercy takes it to a whole new level. it takes about 40 minutes (on average) to get a drink and the coked up Asian ""host"" is appalling. The space is really lame once they close the roof. This place will implode with b&t sooner rather than latter.
10/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Great bar, interesting drinks, but in many ways just a typical high-end hotel bar like the Gansevoort, W, Royalton, or Hudson (hmm, some coincidence). Some very interesting Warhols and Schnabels on the wall, big plush chairs, and a warm fire. The B&T don't quite get the modern art stuff, hence a few bad reviews here.
Don't worry about ""reservations"" on a quiet weekday night. Tonight (Monday) they closed Rose Bar at 10PM and told my late-arriving friends it was a ""private party."" No, in fact, the place was pretty well emptied out and they closed it. Also I don't understand the comments on the wait staff's attire. It was perfectly acceptable to me and they were very friendly.
09/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I've been a Schrager fan for a long time, and although time has caught up with the older NY properties and the one here in LA, the Gramercy is the best Ian Schrager hotel yet. While the scene is as always very happening, this Schrager version has great rooms with lots of space. I was also pleasantly surprised by the intimacy of it, excpeting it to be more along the lines of the huge Hudson. Didn't eat at the restaurant but it was packed. Coming back for more in Dec!
09/24/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Hubby and I decided to indulge for our anniversary and booked a long weekend at the new Gramercy Park Hotel. It was cozier than I expected with lots of deep colors, velvety chairs and hardwood floors (and a fireplace in the lobby!), and the room was bigger than what I saw on the site, so that was a nice surprise. The Rose bar really is crowded, but we found a nice corner and had a fun time people-watching (we saw Uma Thurman which made Hubby's weekend). All in all, a great escape and definitely worth the price.
09/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Though there are some great views in New York Ciy (empire state building, etc), the award has to go to the Gramercy Park Hotel's new roof terrace as it isn't slammed with tourist busses or annoying shutterbugs but rather is a calm respite from the rest of new york city where my husband and i enjoyed champagne to celebrate our anniversary. Though New York City has certainly changed from when we met, it was very special to get away high above the honking horns and enjoy the views and a celebratory drink at this hotel. I would recommend to anyone but especially for a romantic weekend trip!
09/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The Rose Bar is one of those rare places where everyone inside is goregous, rich, yet not pretentious. Well, once inside, there's no pretention. Even on so-called ""bad nights"" the people are 8s or better. Sick artwork frames the space and there's rarely a line to engage in a free game of pool. DJ spins eclectic tunes ranging from classic hip-hop to the newest euro house. Celeb sightings are so regular there that they never make Page Six, unlike the meatpacking cluster f's that regularly pump out Page Six mentions. The only negative: Price. Ian Schrager is clearly keeping out certain tax brackets from indulging. Even rich people complain about the drink prices. I guess Rose Bar is not for the rich, but the wealthy. Beg, borrow, and steal to check it out at least once. You won't be disappointed.
09/11/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Recent stayed at Gramercy Park hotel and it was a great experience. Bars and new restaurant, Wakiya, run by the owners of Nobu, were amazing and once again Ian Schrager, super hotel guy, created the place to be. I highly recommend this hotel and would definitely go back again. Lobby smells great, too!
09/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Well, got there a little after 10pm with a friend. We had no problem getting in. Extremely beautiful waitresses, a bit intimidating if you ask me, for us common girls.
We only stayed for a drink, but we were treated nicely, drinks were decent and such a beautiful room! Cute and courteous doorman!
08/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I cannot believe the bad attitudes rampant in this hotel. I brought some friends in for dinner at Wakiya (Very good Great staff). Afterwards we wanted to have a drink at the Rose Bar. When I made my reservation I asked about making a bottle service reservation at the Rose bar. I emailed and did everything told of me to do so and never received a response. When Wakiya confirmed my reservation I asked to speak to a person in the Rose bar about a Reservation and was treated very rudely by the concierge. We were finally able to get in after our dinner reservation as we made it in before the 9pm cutoff requiring reservations. While we were in the bar we were told we had to squeeze all 11 of us into a tiny area as the bar was totally reserved. We received cold drinks in hot glasses as they were just washed. Our server was nice- but totally inexperienced. We left at 11:30 pm and the bar was still empty with reserved signs everywhere and we were the only people in it. The doorman was actually keeping people out of an empty bar. We spoke to the concierge later about how to make an actual reservation in the future and he told us ""make friends with the doorman- that might help"". Not only were the management rude- they treat their establishment like a club promoter in the meat packing district. I think the staff here needs to head on over to the Waverly Inn to find out that exclusivity and style do not have to be at the expense of civility and consideration. I cannot express how utterly rude the management here is. For management reading this- please do not bother with the insincere ""we are working towards..."" response. It is far too late.