Welcome to the Marcel at Gramercy Hotel
A Premier Boutique Hotel Near Gramercy Park
Just steps from nearby Gramercy Park, the Marcel at Gramercy Hotel is far enough away from the bustle of Midtown Manhattan, but within walking distance to many of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods. Take a break and stroll through iconic destinations like Gramercy Park, East Village, Chelsea, and SoHo. Enjoy an array of boutique-style amenities in each of the 136 guest rooms at the Marcel Hotel. Whether your stay is for business or leisure, the Marcel at Gramercy Hotel offers everything you’ll need for an enjoyable experience. Come stay with us while you discover all that NYC has to offer.
Marcel Standard Room - ADA Accessible
This 330-square-foot accessible room offers all of our standard amenities along with the full range of accessible features.
RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL Known as the home of the famed Rockettes dance company, this beautifully preserved 1930s theater is home to live performances, highlighted by the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Performance.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN is one of the world's most iconic sports and entertainment venues & stages live sports, concerts and performances. Home to the New York Rangers and New York Knicks, MSG is a legendary NYC venue.
ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY @One World Trade Center Located on the site of the original World Trade Center destroyed in the September 11, 2001 bombings, this is the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building at 1,776 feet and already an iconic New York landmark.
Just south of Central Park, the legendary NORDSTROM NYC FLAGSHIP store is home to seven floors of thoughtfully curated clothing, shoes and accessories, as well as beauty, home goods and new restaurants, cafés and bars.
The FLATIRON BUILDING is a 22-storey iconic landmark in NYC, originally called the Fuller Building. Not only was the Flatiron Building one of New York's first skyscrapers, it was also the first steel-skeleton structure whose construction was visible to the public. The structural engineers reinforced the frame to ensure that the slender building would withstand any gusts in what was already a bit of a wind tunnel.