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Gramercy Park Hotel has long been a New York destination for its many cultural happenings, artworks, lively bars, and more.
Gramercy Park Hotel has long been a New York destination for its many cultural happenings, artworks, lively bars, and more. Each room features an array of amenities, and guests are encouraged to dine at Danny Meyer’s Maialino, sip cocktails at Rose Bar, and explore the extensive art collection—with artwork from a rotating cast of world-renowned artists including Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol, and custom-made pieces by Julian Schnabel.
Whitewaller recommends: Staying in the Park View Luxury Suite.
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