Frieze New York

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May 2-5, 2019

The Marmara Park Avenue

114 East 32nd Street
10016 New York
The Marmara Park Avenue honors New York City’s history while constantly evolving the very meaning of hospitality.

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 your home in Manhattan, made in New York.

Pairing impeccable style with unmitigated comfort, The Marmara Park Avenue provides you a refuge from the noise, pace, and pressures of the city that never sleeps. Each of the 128 Guestrooms, Suites and Lofts 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, Wet bars, Fully-equipped kitchens, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floors. And you don’t have to leave the hotel to step into the city: more than 40 room come equipped with terraces. In its spacious lobby you can have a drink or dine at the OneOneFour Bar & Lounge.

The Wellness center at The Marmara Park Avenue is a destination unto itself, a space for bodies and minds to become cleansed, relaxed and unwound. Guests discover a subterranean lap pool, state of the art fitness facility and an authentic Turkish Hammam.

· In room iPad Airs
· Complimentary Super Wi-Fi
· Complimentary NY Times & WSJ in iPads
· 55 inch LED Smart TVs in every room
· Nespresso Coffee Machines
· C.O. Bigelow Bathroom Amenities

Enjoy up to 30% off best available rate using promo code FRIEZEPUBLIC.

For reservations please call +1 212-603-9000 or email and quote the above promo code.

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