Welcome to Gramercy Park
##Location\nThe Gramercy Park neighborhood is a quiet, tree-lined area alive with history. Guests are minutes from Union Square, SoHo Shopping and the trendy Boutiques and New York Restaurants of the East Village. For a retreat from the bustle of the city, guests receive exclusive access to Manhattan's only Private Park, Gramercy Park, which offers a rare opportunity for privacy in the heart of NYC. \n##Rooms\nMadly eclectic and entirely unpredictable NYC accommodationsThe bold, individualistic spirit of the public spaces at the Gramercy Park Hotel is carried on into the 185 guestrooms and luxury suites here in Manhattan. Each NYC accommodation is generously scaled and beautifully appointed. Each is different with its own unique layout, vivid Renaissance color palette inspired by Raphael and distinctive collection of art and objects. Imported hand tufted rugs with deep rose velvet drapery on custom bronze rods create a beautiful palette with the mahogany window enclosures and wooden blinds. Curated photographs and unique pieces of furniture inspired by a myriad of cultures and styles are juxtaposed with original creations by Julian Schnabel and Maarten Baas throughout all of our Manhattan hotel rooms.\n##Exterior\nThe Hotel's 21st century facelift from Oscar-nominated director and artist Julian Schnabel focused on a distinct Renaissance- revival concept incorporating the vivid colors of the era with bold hues on the walls, upholstery and carpets. The furniture was specially imported from markets around the world. The result is an ambiance that is regal, relaxed and ultimately,transporting. \n##Restaurant\nThe Hotel's on-site eatery is acclaimed Italian Restaurant Maialino from restaurateur Danny Meyer's celebrated Union Square Hospitality Group. The space captures the warmth of a traditional Italian trattoria, with its rustic oak panels, tiled floors and large windows framingviews of the historic Gramercy Park. Maialino is known for its Roast Suckling Pig, authentic pastas, light antipasto, and othertraditional Italian foods as imagined by Executive Chef Nick Anderer, who utilizes fresh,seasonal ingredients to create bold flavors. The New York Restaurant serves Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner, Weekend Brunch and its bustling bar serves local Coffee throughout themorning before transforming into a lively Wine Bar at night.