With their fourth property to be opened (their other locations have been in Miami, Turks and Caicos, and the meatpacking district), the Gansevoort shows they’ve got the hip-hotel formula down pat. Sleek style, with sexy edge? Check, thanks to a three-story granite atrium lobby, velvet rope-guarded rooftop bar, and oversize photos of lingerie-clad ladies in the rooms. Creature comforts for work and play? The 249 well sized rooms—which range from standard superiors and larger deluxe kings to several specialty suites and a duplex presidential suite—feature plush beds with hypoallergenic duvets, Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Mini iPod docks with pre-loaded iPod Touches, complimentary Wi-Fi and stocked private bars. (Deluxes and suites also have small balconies, some with Empire State Building views). There are also brag-worthy facilities like an Exhale Spa, Cutler hair salon, and one of the few hotel swimming pools in Manhattan (it’s a midsize indoor/outdoor number on the rooftop), plus a 24-hour gym, the street-level Twenty33 bar, and the Asellina Italian restaurant. What keeps it all from feeling too rote or slick, though, is a warm, professional staff that treats each guest with the same zero-attitude courtesy—be they business traveler, tourist, or roving pack of models.
- The main draw of Gansevoort is the “Red Room” where the DJ and dancing crowd is, which even after you make it up to the rooftop gets its own special screening process for people to enter. It’s difficult to get into the Red Room if you come late on a Friday/Saturday night unless you have bottle service table reservations.
- There isn’t a dedicated dance floor in the Red Room – it’s more of a table service type of venue.
- You can get access to the venue if you’re a hotel guest there.
- The rooftop has some great views of the city, including the Empire State Building.
- The swankiest seats in the house are definitely outside, either by the pool with its great views or on the wraparound balcony. However, those with vertigo, beware – the balcony has glass floor tiles with a direct view of the street twenty floors down!
Where is Gansevoort Park Rooftop located?
Gansevoort Park Rooftop is located in Midtown East on Park Ave between 28th and 29th street.
How much is cover charge at Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
Entry at Gansevoort Park is at the doorman’s discretion. To guarantee entry we recommend getting bottle service.
How long will I have to wait at Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
Average wait times vary from 30 minutes to 1+ hours on super busy nights. We recommend arriving as early as you can to avoid long waits.
When is Gansevoort Park Rooftop open?
Gansevoort Park Rooftop is open from 11 AM – 1 AM on Mon – Wed, 11 PM – 4 AM on Thurs – Sat for nightlife.
What are the best nights to go to Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
Fridays and Saturdays are the best nights.
What is the dress code at Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
Dress to impress – collared shirts and jeans for guys. Heels and dresses for ladies.
How much do drinks cost at Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
Wine $13+/glass or $60/bottle, cocktails $15, bottle service $325+.
Who are the resident DJs?
Gansevoort brings in different talent on each night.
What kind of music do they play at Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
A mix of top 40, Hip hop, and EDM.
What is the closest subway to Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
28th street station, 4 and 6 train.
Where can I find an list of upcoming events / DJs at Gansevoort Park Rooftop?
You can download the Discotech app to see upcoming events and book tables for Gansevoort Park Rooftop.