Built during The Roaring Twenties, the Park Central Hotel New York once accommodated and entertained some of the most influential figures of the day -- from Jackie Gleason and Mae West to Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, even First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Today's guests are invited to escape the busy city life in exchange for the serenity that awaits them at the Park Central Hotel New York -- newly renovated and inspired by the iconic Central Park and renowned New York City landmarks.
Thanks to an immense multi-million-dollar renovation, the Park Central Hotel New York unveiled its updated new look in October 2013, welcoming guests to its gracious new accommodations and public spaces inspired by Central Park and other iconic New York locations. The design echoes the elegance of a bygone era, but with a fresh, contemporary attitude -- the re-imagined lobby, stunning lounge, Park Kitchen, our entirely new Signature Restaurant concept and Central Market, an inventive "grab-and-go" shop are just a sample of the cutting-edge spaces created by award-winning architecture and design firm, Jeffrey Beers International.
The redesign also unveiled Park Central Hotel New York's 761 guest rooms and suites, glamorously reimagined. Handsomely outfitted with dark stained millwork details, tufted fabric headboards, and sharp, geometrically-patterned carpets, each guest room features red-walled bathrooms adorned with white porcelain tiles arranged in a piano-like pattern, a playful homage to nearby Carnegie Hall. Amenities throughout have been meticulously updated to reflect a warm respect for the past, with a bold step toward the future. The thoughtfully conceived design showcases a modern and elegant interior inspired by the hotel's urban environment.