Evoking the feeling, spirit, and spontaneity of the world’s most storied metropolis, The Marmara Park Avenue is New York City, inside and out. Occupying a richly historied 21-story building that dates back to 1927, The Marmara Park Avenue is an up-and-coming landmark defined by a subtle elegance that uplifts the ordinary. Pairing impeccable style with unmitigated comfort, The Marmara Park Avenue honors New York City’s history while constantly evolving the very meaning of hospitality. The Marmara Park Avenue is your home in Manhattan, made in New York. The nuances that define us are influenced by, designed in, and sourced from the city itself. Just as you are inspired by New York City, so are we. The Marmara is proud to work with local artisans and craftspeople who have fabricated some of our building’s most eye-catching elements right here in New York City.
Being at home in New York City means having a place you can call your own. Tranquil, tailored, and polished, The Marmara Park Avenue provides you a refuge from the noise, pace, and pressures of the city that never sleeps. Openness and understated glamour are part of the building’s DNA, harkening back to the days when it housed design and architecture studios. Each of the 128 suites and guestrooms, including three penthouses, boast vast, spacious ceilings that capitalize on the location’s natural light, providing uninterrupted and unparalleled views of the New York skyline. Inside, the rooms feature massive guest beds topped with mountains of pillows, wetbars /fully-equipped kitchens, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floors. And you don’t have leave the hotel to step into the city: 40 suites come equipped with private terraces.
The Marmara Park Avenue is the home of a curated collection of art. Visit our gallery to view some of the unique pieces that you can find throughout our property.
Centrally located yet conveniently discrete, The Marmara Park Avenue situates guests a heartbeat away from the pulse of New York City. While the hotel occupies a quiet corner in the up and coming Nomad Neighborhood, just north of Madison Square Park, visitors will find that Manhattan’s most storied attractions are closer than they imagined.