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Bryant Park Hotel

Bryant Park Hotel

New York, The US

The Bryant Park Hotel stands tall above Manhattan’s Bryant Park, the building’s Gothic architecture highlighted by its black and gold brickwork. The landmark skyscraper’s design pays homage to its former life as the American Radiator Building. Though it is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, you may be surprised to find yourself enjoying the serenity of the public park right on the hotel’s doorstep.

All rooms and suites are modern and minimalist, and those facing West 40th Street feature views of Bryant Park below. Guests may enjoy a relaxing cocktail at the hotel’s Moroccan-themed lounge or their Japanese-inspired restaurant in the evenings.


A tall and imposing building, inside all rooms and suites are modern and minimalist. There's also a Moroccan-themed lounge.


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The hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites suitable for couples and families. The entry-level Superior rooms are spacious for a Midtown Manhattan hotel and offer all the modern comforts. The Deluxe rooms are slightly larger in size and some enjoy views of Bryant Park, the hotel’s namesake. A majority of the hotel’s suites feature views of Bryant Park and are on the higher floors of the property. Each room’s contemporary decor includes leather seats, Tibetan rugs, oak furniture and a marble bathroom. Rooms are fitted with state-of-the-art entertainment equipment such as a flat-panel TVs and a Bose Wave radio, in addition to high-speed internet.


The Bryant Park Hotel sits across the street from Bryant Park, which regularly hosts cultural activities throughout the year. Just five blocks from Times Square, the hotel allows its guests to enjoy the hustle and bustle of New York’s busiest district before retreating to a more relaxing enclave. The hotel enjoys good transportation links with a variety of subway lines servicing two local subway stations. 

Food and drink

Guests can enjoy use of the Célon Cocktail Bar, a Moroccan-themed lounge that is open each evening. The on-site Koi restaurant takes inspiration from Japanese cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner.


Many of the hotel’s room choices are suitable for families and can accommodate a roll-away bed upon request. 

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