HOTEL SLIPPERS: Bryant Park Hotel (New York City)

Hotel reviews by guest blogger Hotel Slippers

Modern yet minimalist décor, guests can expect outstanding customer service and accommodations at the Bryant Park Hotel.  This stylish and chic hotel radiates a cool, boutique style ambience.  From the sleek, dark lobby with red accents to the small dimly lit elevator, the hotel beckons travelers looking for a unique experience in the city that never sleeps.  Valet parking is complimentary.  There is no driving around looking for that unattainable and expensive parking spot.   Check-in is a relatively smooth process, thanks to the friendly customer service oriented staff.  As soon as I stepped into the lobby, I was greeted by bright smiles from smartly dressed employees in head to toe black who were eager to please.  

 

Rooms are larger than most NYC hotels with Junior Suites available if more space is desired.  Staying in a Junior Suite is like having your own small apartment in the city.  My room on the 15th floor offered an incredible view of Bryant Park, the NYC main public library and city skyscrapers through three large windows.  The spacious bathroom featured a separate tub and shower with windows framing the square sink.  Molton Brown bath and spa products were provided along with thick fluffy white towels.  As soon as the two plush bath robes caught my eye,  I knew they’d be a welcome evening treat after an afternoon exploring the neighborhood.

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