Gramercy Park Unveils New Function Spaces
Friday May 30th, 2014 - 10:52AM C
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NEW YORK—The Gramercy Park Hotel has unveiled its new two-room suite, Park Room and Board Room, which can be reserved for meetings and events.
The two-room suite features a blend of Spanish, Belle Epoque and Bohemian styles.
Julian Schnable’s design of the lobby, Rose Bar and Jade Bar inspired NY-based architect William T. Georgis and interior design associate Tina Glavan. The new function spaces, like the rest of the hotel’s public areas, feature works of art with pieces curated by Aby Rosen and Kate McGrath.
The Board Room is located on the second floor and features 490 sq. ft. with space accommodating up to 20 people conference-style. The Park Room, meanwhile, is 616 sq. ft. with room for up to 30 people conference-style, 48 classroom-style and 60 theater-style. The spaces include a 406-sq.-ft. foyer and features custom furnishings. Each room also includes contemporary audio-visual technology such as an 80-in. LED TV, Apple TV, Skype camera, DVD/Blu-Ray player and surround-sound Russ audio system with DJ inputs.
Tags: Gramercy Park Hotel • New York • Park Room • Board Room • Julian Schnable • William T. Georgis • Tina Glavan • Aby Rosen • Kate McGrath • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors •
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