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As the lines between business and leisure travel continue to blur, hotels are evolving to accommodate the business traveler of tomorrow. Offering downtown edge with an uptown sensibility, Gansevoort Park Avenue NYC helps guests strike the balance between work and play, creating the ideal lodging for those that need their healthy dose of both.
1. Prime Location: The property, perched on the corner of 29th Street and Park Avenue, couldn’t be more centrally located. Situated in the NoMad district, just steps away from Times Square and Midtown, urban gardens in Gramercy Park, and fine dining around Madison Square Park, the hotel is ideal for the business traveler that wants all the city has to offer right at their fingertips.
2. Workspace with a View: Complete with complimentary high-speed Internet access and WiFi, you can work from any of the desirable public areas or rooms, whether it’s the three-story atrium lobby with oversized fireplace and dramatic aubergine chandeliers, or the vast portfolio of meetings and event spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows, lavish furnishings, flexible sleek table layouts, and plasma TVs. Want to turn your office into an outdoor oasis? Head up to the Rooftop Sun Deck or Pool Deck for a workspace with a view of the Empire State Building.
3. On-Site Perks: Once the work is done, it’s time for fun. Gansevoort Park Avenue boasts unique perks for business travelers to enjoy during down time including NYC’s first heated indoor/outdoor rooftop pool, ideal for sunbathing and city-escape daydreaming, a bi-level rooftop bar + lounge, an outpost of the West Village’s favorite upscale sport’s bar Windsor, The One Group’s Ristorante Asellina – a 10,000 square foot trattoria offering Italian-inspired fare, an Exhale spa complete with transformational healing therapies and exercise classes, Cutler salon, and a state-of-the-art gym.
Gansevoort Park Avenue NYC offers business travelers the opportunity to enjoy work and play all under one roof. Go ahead; close your next business deal over rooftop cocktails.
This content is created collaboratively in partnership with our sponsor, Gansevoort Park.