Nature inspires Stonehill Taylor’s interior design for NYC's Park Terrace Hotel

Right alongside Bryant Park in New York City's midtown, the Park Terrace Hotel has opened with design from Stonehill & Taylor.

All Park Terrace Hotel rooms havedecor inspired by natural harmony. There are 226 guestrooms, many of which have direct views of Bryant Park and the New York Public Library. (Custom window treatments provide a complete blackout when needed.) 

The hotel has four meeting rooms. Stacks I & Stacks II, named for the neighboring New York Public Library, fit between 18 and 50 people. Ivy & Hyacinth, ideal for intimate gatherings, fit between four to six people and are located off Terrazzo Terrace & Lounge. All meeting rooms have LCD screens, polycoms and an LED projector along with the 1GB Wi-Fi.


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For dining, the property has Terrazzo Lounge and Terrace, located on the hotel's sixth floor. Coming Summer 2019 will be La Pecora Bianca restaurant.

Other hotel amenities include hydration stations on every floor and a gym including a sauna.

Mark Briskin is the GM of the Park Terrace Hotel.

Photo credit: Mark Weinberg/Park Terrace Hotel

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