Ratings based on 452 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom New York, N.Y.
Stay in a historic and beautiful work of art.Posted May 4, 2015
Pros: The art, the Rose Bar, the décor, THE PARK!
Cons: Could not really improve this, but room faced an interior courtyard -- so no view.
Location: Go to Gramercy Park. Eat in the many restaurants nearby. Close to Flatiron, Nomad, Chelsea.
Unique and interesting, art-filled and inspired, the Gramercy Park Hotel is a wonderful place to stay in Lower Manhattan. Friendly and attentive staff, with all the amenities one would expect from a luxury hotel in this locale. All this AND admission to New York's only private park; Gramercy Park, make this hotel a great choice. While this may not be the right choice for everyone, as someone who has spent a lifetime in the art world, the Gramercy Park Hotel suits my needs perfectly. The décor is dark and sexy which may not be the right pick for families with small children or more conservative business travelers.
by A verified travelerfrom new york
TRENDYPosted Apr 28, 2015
Cons: START OVER.
Location: too crowded
trendy,commercial hotel,NOT 5 star...dark elevators...dated decorating
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Greenwich, CT
Classic NY landmark but nothing specialPosted Apr 20, 2015
Pros: Location, location, location. Great restaurant and bar too (Maialino and Rose Bar)
Cons: The rooms are no frills--nothing stands out and the views are nothing special (most of the rooms face the other wing of the hotel/into other rooms).
Location: Borrow a key to the park, grab some pastries and coffee from Maialino, and enjoy the beautiful scenery in Gramercy Park.
I wanted to be overwhelmed with love for the hotel as it's such a classic NY landmark but the staff is so rude and there wasn't anything incredibly special about the rooms, hotel, or experience. It's in the best location and there wasn't anything necessarily wrong with it, but nothing that will "wow" you as some other hotels (Peninsula, Four Seasons, Park Hyatt, etc) do. Nonetheless with the exception of the staff, we had a nice trip and hold nothing against the hotel.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom London
Really cool boutique hotelPosted Apr 17, 2015
Pros: Its uniqueness. And the fact that you can have the keys of the only private park in Manhattan.
Cons: WiFi in the rooms is charged $17 per day per device!! It should be free.
It is a fantastic hotel in midtown, the location is fantastic. The hotel is unique and the art collection displayed is incredible. The lobby and adjacent bar are very cool. It's a shame that the terrace is used only for private events.
by A verified traveler
sighPosted Mar 25, 2015
no coffee in room. mix of rude staff and helpful ones...obviously depending on their personal traits not a consistent training program. not terrible, but not great.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom london
Glamourous roomPosted Mar 16, 2015
It was very comfortable and the queen size room was very well set out for one. Brilliantly designed small bathroom It would have been good to have someone to show me the room - it took me too long to work it all out including the lighting! And I was surprised by the scaffolding outside the window - all these things just needed an explanation
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Atlanta
Location was in good proximity of what we needed.Posted Feb 24, 2015
Pros: Only 5 star (?) hotel in this area.
Cons: Lots. See above.
Location: Not much unless you need to be close to where you need to be. Union Square Green market is interesting. Close proximity to South Broadway and Villages
Stayed in this hotel many times. Hotel lacks accessible for a hotel guest bar, restaurant or coffee shop facility. Restaurant at the hotel is always jam packed with people from outside of hotel who had preference over hotel guests. You can never get in to dine and will be forced to go and search for a meal somewhere in the neighborhood not rich with great restaurants and not existing coffee shops. This is especially difficult in a bad weather. You confined to average room service menu. Restaurant management is rude and arrogant. The hotel is decorated in bohemian style which can forgive wear on the interior, but still needs renovation. Shower fixtures attached so high that if you are not tall person forget to access it. Bathtub and tile need renovation. Towels need to be according 5 star hotel quality. This room had ultra small closet. Maid service was excellent.
for Couplesby Julie
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for Business Travelersby Dylanfrom Philadelphia
The best hands down.Posted Feb 21, 2015 on Hotels.com
Fantastic as always.
for Couplesby Garyfrom Chicago
WnderfulPosted Feb 20, 2015 on Hotels.com
Everything was perfect!!! It was our second stay and equally as special!!