Built during The Roaring Twenties and with a multi-million dollar renewal in 2013, here is the hotel that so many visitors–and New Yorkers–have experienced. Influential figures of their time – from Jackie Gleason and Mae West to Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey…First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. We invite you to join this list! Gracious new accommodations and open spaces are inspired by Central Park and other iconic NYC landmarks — the elegance of a bygone era, but with a fresh, contemporary attitude. The new Signature Restaurant and Park Kitchen are now favorites with our guests and the active locals. Our well-recognized bell staff is always at the ready to assist in this vibrant corner of Midtown.

Our rebirth is, of course, most appreciated in our 761 guest rooms and suites, glamorously reimagined: dark stained millwork details, tufted fabric headboards, and geometrically-patterned carpets. The exciting concept of the red-walled bathrooms adorned with white porcelain tiles arranged in a piano-like pattern gives homage to nearby Carnegie Hall.

The newly uplifted meeting space of over 15,000 square feet includes 11 meeting rooms.with every technical and social necessity in-house. There are floor-to-ceiling soundproof windows overlooking Midtown, and the pre-function areas are the perfect setting for for food and beverage displays.

Be everywhere so easily when you stay at the Park Central. With Central Park and Columbus Circle just outside, Times Square and the Theatre District just a walk south, Fifth Avenue shopping and the Museum of Modern Art to your immediate east…you have chosen the very heart of the city.