The Bryant Park Hotel, Midtown West

"Sleek, bold fashionista hotel geared toward the young and the cool"

Many hotel properties lay claim to the “boutique” classification, but few can live up to the luxury standard that has been set by the ultra-chic Bryant Park Hotel. The Bryant Park Hotel is situated directly across from New York City’s storied Bryant Park, and steps away from the media, fashion, retail and transportation centers of Manhattan. The hotel’s midtown address alone renders it prime accommodations for the business or leisure traveler alike. Once the restored American Radiator Building, with a gothic-inspired tower and black-brick exterior was the subject of Georgia O’Keeffe’s 1927 painting Radiator Building – Night, New York.

The hotel now houses 25 stories with over 129 spacious guest rooms including 16 suites, 10 park-view terraces, a Penthouse and a rooftop loft space with 180-degree skyline panoramas are bedecked with contemporary décor and signature room appointments that include authentic Tibetan rugs, goose-down duvets, and travertine marble bathrooms. Rooms are outfitted with state-of-the-art entertainment equipment, like wide-screen High-Definition televisions, iPOD docking stations and Bose Wave radios. Guest amenities also include a complete fitness centre and private dining services available 24 hours-a-day.

Apart from superb location and painstaking attention toward hospitality and style, the Bryant Park Hotel has emerged since its 2001 opening as a nexus for young Hollywood, fashion culturati, and cosmopolitans, both native and transient, thrusting it into a limelight reserved only for a select few. Year-round neighbor to the fashion community, the Bryant Park Hotel is party to New York’s semi-annual Fashion Week and hosts innumerable events and functions celebrating industry elite; the hotel’s 3000-square-foot Cellar Bar, a dim, subterranean haunt frequented by the young-professional set and celebrities incognito, bleeds into a spacious 70-seat private screening room favored by studio executives for its intimacy and progressive technology; and above ground, the celebrity-owned Los Angeles transplant Koi rounds out the hotel’s allure with its high-concept, pan-Asian menu, boldfaced patronage and minimalist style.

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40 West 40th Street, New York, NY 10018, USA

Hotel facilities:

  • 129 rooms including 16 suites rooms available


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