Guest Rooms 628
Kings/Suites/Doubles 509 / 5 / 114
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
Ideal Group Size 100
Max Group Size 300
Resort Fee $32.66
Room Tax $3.50
Sales Tax 14.75%
John F. Kennedy Intl Airport
30 min 16 miles (40 km)
La Guardia Airport
20 min 7 miles (40 km)
Newark Liberty Intl Airport
30 min 17 miles (40 km)
The Hotel offers 13,100 square feet / 1,178 square meters of versatile indoor and outdoor Meetings & Events Space. Options include the Ballroom, suitable for large Meetings up to 220 and receptions for up to 350 people. The Park Room on the 2nd floor with its 15 foot ceiling to floor glass windows overlooks Central Park and is a one of a kind venue for evening receptions and dinners. For those high powered private meeting the Hotel offers the Presidential Suite and the Park Lane Suite in a typical NYC apartment setting. The Hotel also offers very unique outdoor event space, a rarity in midtown Manhattan, which can accommodate over 100 for corporate events or summer soirees.
Our seasoned Event Planning Team has years of experience planning NYC Weddings, Social Events and NYC Meetings down to the last detail to ensure that your NYC Event is successful and memorable. The Park Lane Hotel Event Planning Team can also assist you with creating a menu, managing your event, and any other special requests.
PARK LANE HOTEL ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE CHEF & DIRECTOR OF OUTLETS
Posted June 9, 2015
Hotel announces new Food & Beverage Team
NEW YORK – May 9, 2015 – Park Lane Hotel, a luxury 46-story hotel with panoramic views of Central Park and the New York City Skyline, today announced two new additions to the hotel staff. Lawrence Sloves will serve as Executive Chef of The Park Room Restaurant and Bryon Herman is joining as Director of Outlets.
Executive Chef Sloves is a graduate of New York Restaurant School and has worked in all aspects of the culinary field. His past positions include: Executive Chef at the Hanover Marriott; Executive Chef at Crowne Plaza Fairfield, New Jersey; and Executive Chef at Headquarters Plaza Hotel. Chef Sloves makes it a priority to remain on top of all current culinary trends and cutting-edge innovations, and will incorporate them into the new menu at The Park Room Restaurant. He is currently revamping the menu, with expectations to roll out the changes in the next month in time for the summer.
Herman joins the Park Lane Hotel family with more than 10 years of hospitality experience. As Director of Outlets, he will manage The Park Room restaurant, Harry’s, the hotel bar, banquets, room service and all the service staff in these outlets, maintaining high quality products and service levels.
“We’re excited to welcome both Chef Sloves and Bryon to the Park Lane Hotel family,” stated Tim Dowd, General Manager, Park Lane Hotel. “Both individuals have longstanding successful careers in their respective fields and we are sure they will help us further create the best experiences for all our visitors.”
The Hotel offers 13,100 square feet of versatile indoor and outdoor meetings and events Space. Options include the ballroom, suitable for large meetings up to 220 people and gala dinners for up to 230 people. The Park Room Restaurant is a stunning venue with 15 foot ceiling to floor glass windows directly facing Central Park and is ideal for social cocktails, weddings and dinners. For high powered private meetings, the Hotel offers the Presidential Suite and the Park Lane Suite in a typical NYC apartment setting. The Hotel also offers very unique outdoor event space, a rarity in midtown Manhattan, which can accommodate over 100 people for corporate events or summer soirees.
PARK LANE HOTEL ANNOUNCES 99-YEAR-OLD WORLD-RENOWNED PIANIST WILL PERFORM AT THE PARK RM
Posted March 9, 2015
Oldest U.S. Working Piano Player, Irving Fields, to Play His Noteworthy Music for Guests at Three Weekly Performances
NEW YORK – March 9, 2015 – Park Lane Hotel, a luxury 46-story hotel with panoramic views of Central Park and the New York City Skyline, today announced that 99-year-old world-renowned pianist Irving Fields will perform at The Park Room, the hotel’s restaurant overlooking Central Park.
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12:00pm to 3:00pm, Fields – who is currently the oldest working U.S. piano player – will entertain guests dining at the Park Room with a collection of both his most noteworthy compositions as well as renditions of music from a large variety of other well-known artists. His performances will also be filmed for a new documentary currently in production, which chronicles his extremely successful career and the past year of his life as he will be turning 100-years-old on August 4th, 2015. Incidentally, Fields shares his birthday with President Barack Obama.
“We are honored to welcome the legendary Irving Fields to perform at The Park Room,” stated Tim Dowd, General Manager, Park Lane Hotel. “Born and raised in New York City, Irving has captivated the world with his music and we know our guests will be delighted with his performances during their lunch or brunch while overlooking Central Park.”
A native New Yorker, Irving Fields grew up on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. At the young age of eight, Fields attended his first piano lesson and has continued to play ever since. As a pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader, Fields is well known for releasing music that joined Latin, jazz and popular music, resulting in international hits such as “Miami Beach Rhumba” and “Managua Nicaragua.” In addition, his series of world fusion records that artfully combined Latin rhythms with Jewish music, Italian music, French music and Hawaiian music remain immortal 1950’s period pieces and influential precursors to today’s world fusion.
Fields has been and remains a fixture in the Manhattan hotel scene. His first New York City hotel job was at the Crest Room on East 56th Street. From there, his fame skyrocketed, landing him jobs at the Roxy Theatre, London Palladium, the Eddie Cantor Show in Las Vegas, Carnegie Hall in New York and Symphony Hall in Boston. Wanting to take a break from traveling and touring, Fields found himself back in New York playing at the Park Sheraton, where he remained for 16 years. Following the Park Sheraton, he performed at the Plaza Hotel for eight years, the Sheraton for three years, the Park Lane Hotel two years, the Intercontinental Hotel for about a year-and-a-half as well as the Hudson Valley Resort for four summers.
“I have played the piano for audiences around the world throughout my career, but to this day, playing in the city I grew up in remains very special to me,” stated Irving Fields. “I am thrilled to be back at the Park Lane Hotel during such a monumental time in my life.”
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About Irving Fields
Trained in the prime years of Tin Pan Alley and immerses in the classic American popular music of the pre-World War II era, Irving Fields is simply one of the last of a truly special generation of who continues to perform to this day. Fields has played at some of NYC’s finest hotels and society rooms as well as composed and released music that remain influential precursors to today’s world fusion. Starting at age of 8, Fields later attended the prestigious Eastman School of Music. After finishing school, Irving took a job on a cruise ship, which brought him to Havana and San Juan and there his love for Latin music blossomed. With this new found love, Fields formed a trio and later an octet and found work at the Savoy Lounge in New York’s Plaza Hotel. After spending time in the Army, Irving’s career landed him gigs playing in venues such as the Roxy Theater, London Palladium and Carnegie Hall. After growing tired of touring, Fields returned back to his home in New York City, playing throughout the hotel scene for over 30 years.
PARK LANE HOTEL ANNOUNCES NEW DOG FRIENDLY ACCOMODATIONS
Posted February 18, 2015
Guests Traveling with Pets Will Receive Special Dog Amenities During Their Stay
NEW YORK – February 18, 2015 – Park Lane Hotel, a luxury 46-story hotel with panoramic views of Central Park and the New York City Skyline, has introduced its new dog friendly accommodations in conjunction with its current pet policy.
The hotel, which has always accommodated guests who are traveling with a pet, will now offer these guests special amenities as part of their pet policy. For an extra $100 nonrefundable fee when booking a room, guests will receive a dog bed, food and water bowls as well as dog treats from the hotel as a convenient way to help care for their dog during their visit.
“Guests traveling with their pets has become a growing trend here in New York City,” stated Tim Dowd, General Manager, Park Lane Hotel. “While we’ve always allowed customers to bring their pets, we are thrilled to offer these special amenities to make the trip with their dogs much more convenient and enjoyable.”
As part of the Park Lane Hotel’s pet policy, well-behaved pets that weigh 25 pounds or less are welcome in all guest rooms. Pets are not allowed to be left unattended in guest rooms at any time.
“Here at Park Lane we truly understand how important dogs are to the families who stay at our hotel and we are proud to offer these unique amenities for our guests’ furry family members,” stated Dowd.
For more information on all of offerings at the Park Lane Hotel, please visit: www.parklanenewyork.com.
PARK LANE HOTEL INTRODUCES CAFÉ ON THE GREEN
Posted January 6, 2015
New Food Market Located in Hotel Lobby Offers Guests Quick and Easy Snack and Meal Options
NEW YORK – January 6, 2015 – Park Lane Hotel, a luxury 46-story hotel with panoramic views of Central Park and the New York City Skyline, has introduced Café on the Green, a convenient food market located in the lobby of the hotel.
Open seven days a week, from 6:30am to 6:00pm, Café on the Green offers guests a variety of freshly baked breakfast pastries, gourmet sandwiches, salads, soup, artisan coffee and other treats for breakfast and lunch. The coffee, selected pastries and treats are locally sourced from suppliers including: Lavazza, Balthazar and Mast Brothers Chocolate Makers.
“We are thrilled to be providing our guests with another service at our hotel,” stated Tim Dowd, General Manager, Park Lane Hotel. “While we have two extraordinary dining options that serve our guests, we understand that many have busy days planned during their time in New York City, and our new Café on the Green offering provides them the ultimate convenience whilst they are on the go for work, sightseeing or shopping.”
Café on the Green is now the third eatery available at the Park Lane Hotel, joining The Park Room, which serves breakfast from 7:00am to 11:00am and lunch from 12:00pm to 2:00pm along with a spectacular two story view of Central Park, as well as Harry’s New York Bar & Lounge, which serves a wide range of cocktails and selected light snacks from 12:00pm to 1:00am.
For more information on all of offerings at the Park Lane Hotel, please visit: www.parklanenewyork.com.