When you come to Midtown for business, you need a hotel that you can trust to take care of you. Let Park South Hotel be your choice when you need top-tier business accommodations in Manhattan. With our proximity to hundreds of key businesses in the Flatiron District and beyond, as well as an exceptional location near the 6 Line subway and several train terminals, our boutique hotel is the perfect place to relax when you're in NYC for business and need easy access to transportation.
CORPORATE AMENITIES FOR BUSINESS GUESTS
Park South Hotel's accommodations were designed with business travelers in mind. Airy, spacious guest rooms feature sleek, custom furnishings, superlative lighting and Smart device connectivity. Slate-tiled bathrooms with glass-enclosed showers, towel warmers, and exclusive Grohe fixtures make our Executive-Level rooms a standout.
Stay connected with our complimentary wireless internet access so you never miss a meeting. Use our business center to make last-minute changes to presentations and print out anything you need to make your upcoming meeting a success. View our current rates or special offers for more information.
Our on-site restaurant concepts offer a variety of dining options with exceptional service to meet the full range of your business travel needs. o ya is the perfect venue for an elegant celebration or intimate dinner, with 18-course and 24-course creative Japanese tasting menus and a la carte nigiri and sashimi, as well as seasonal cooked dishes. Covina offers fresh California inspired all-day dining in a cozy, bustling atmosphere, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner with clients. Covina also offers private and semi-private dining options for team meetings and group dinners. Relax after a long day and experience the Manhattan sunset with a cocktail in hand at Roof at Park South, consistently ranked one of the top rooftop bars in NYC.
CLOSE TO MANY COMPANIES, INCLUDING:
Barnes & Noble
Ernst & Young
Cushman & Wakefield
Estée Lauder Companies
Marsh & McLennan Companies
The New York Times Company
Polo Ralph Lauren
The Sharper Image
Simon & Schuster
New York Institute of Finance