Bryant Park Hotel, New York
The hotel is housed in the American Radiator building, the stunning black-and-gold 1920s Gothic landmark which inspired Georgia O'Keefe's famous 1927 painting, Radiator Building, Night, New York
Published 19 August 2008 in Travel Articles
Rising 25 stories above mid-town Manhattan, situated between Fifth and Sixth Avenues and overlooking the lovely Bryant Park, this ultra-chic hotel houses 129 spacious guest rooms, including 17 suites and ten park-view terraces with 360-degree panoramic views.
The interiors are sumptuous, with rooms offering such luxuries as authentic Tibetan rugs, goose-down duvets, travertine bathrooms kitted out by Czech & Speake with the finest toiletries from Molton Brown and Bose Wave music systems.
The Bryant Park Hotel's stunning 70-seat private screening room holds weekly screenings and is favoured by studio executives for its intimacy and state of the art technology. Halle Berry, Harvey Weinstein, Leonardo DiCaprio, Madonna, Yoko Ono, John Travolta, and Martin Scorsese are just some of those who have attended functions here.
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