Gramercy Park Hotel


    Gramercy Park Hotel is a dedicated member of Design Hotels. It is a fresh approach which brings together a number of creative forces, not chosen for their compatibility but for their shared commitment to the modern lifestyle. The 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 these Manhattan hotel rooms.





    • 190 rooms
    • 18 floors



    • Business Centre
    • Fitness
    • In-Room Hairdryer
    • In Room Movies
    • Live Entertainment
    • In-Room Mini Bar
    • Pet Friendly
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • Spa
    • Valet Parking
    • 24 Hour Room Service
    • Bar


    Maialino New York is a new Roman-style trattoria from award winning Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group. It serves lovingly prepared Roman-style cooking from Executive Chef Nick Anderer and will be open throughout the day, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.

    Upon entering Maialino New York, guests are greeted in a bustling bar area that serves as a local coffee bar throughout the morning, later transforming itself into a lively wine bar serving small plates of food throughout the afternoon and evening. As in Rome, some of the kitchen activity can be seen in the dining room itself.

    The menu draws its inspiration from the classic dishes found throughout the trattorie of Rome and features fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from the Greenmarket and other local farms. The dishes are prepared with straightforward Roman cooking techniques and bold Roman flavors. Antipasti include Carpaccio di Polpo (Octopus and Heirloom Potato Salad) and Carciofi Alla Romana (braised artichokes); the Primi section of the menu features classic Roman pasta dishes such as Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe, Spaghetti alla Carbonara, Malfatti alla Maialino (suckling pig ragu, torn pasta and arugula), and Spaghettini alle Vongole; main course highlights include Fritto Misto and Coda alla Vaccinara (Oxtails, Tomato and Celery).



    2 Lexington Ave New York New York United States 10010

    Lexington Avenue ends at the sanctuary of Gramercy Park where the scale of the buildings, the concentration of landmarks and absence of a through avenue has made Gramercy Park New York’s most village like neighborhood. Everything one needs is within walking distance! You can walk to the East Village or the West Village, to Union Square, the Lower East Side, Soho, Noho as well as the hip boutiques and restaurants of Nolita. It’s a healthy stroll directly across town to the art galleries of Chelsea and the Meat Market.


    Out and About Gay Travel Guides are available at each and every World Rainbow Hotel. They are prepared by the concierge and staff at the hotel and aim to provide you with up to date information about the local gay and lesbian scene.