NEW YORK, NY – Hotel 3232, midtown Manhattan’s newest luxury boutique hotel, is working to establish itself as a true home-away-from-home with their new service which allows frequent guests to store their personal items with the hotel to have them arranged in their room prior to arrival. This special service harkens back to the Golden Age of travel, to steamer trunks, martinis and the Algonquin Roundtable, and a time when famous artists and successful businessmen did not stay at a gilded hotel, but rather lived in it.
“This service is another way we’re seeking to distinguish ourselves among the other hotels in the city,” explains Mark Shemel, CEO and Principal at Think Properties, owner and operator of Hotel 3232. “Why bring your suit, bathroom supplies and other travel items every time you come to the city? Why not have a place that feels like home and every time you book the hotel, our dedicated team will prepare your room to your personalized style so that your trip can be completely seamless and comfortable.”
This new option is the latest in a string of customer-oriented additions to the hotel’s world-class service. A recently launched Hotel 3232 loyalty program grants frequent guests a 5% discount off their entire booking when reservations are made through the website, which comes with additional perks like a daily complimentary breakfast at the popular New York diner, Captain’s Café, adjacent to the hotel and free access to Boom Fitness, where guests may use the weight machines or join a group exercise class like yoga, spinning Pilates or Zumba. The hotel’s “Lifestyle Concierge” offers exclusive food and drink deals at the popular Cutting Room nightclub which features live music and dancing nightly or can secure tickets and reservations to exciting entertainment options like restaurants, Broadway shows and helicopter rides.
Visitors from around the world have been discovering the hotel thanks to its prime location in the heart of Manhattan – on 32nd Street, the charming and historical Murray Hill-Flatiron neighborhood. The property consists of two 17-story towers with spacious rooms boasting bright floor-to-ceiling windows. Guest rooms and public areas are decorated with original pieces from local contemporary artist Chris Georgalas, whose recognizable work, influenced by comic books, graffiti art and pop imagery – and which have earned him comparison to Marcel Duchamp – give the hotel a stylish, modern feel. Best of all is the hotel’s proximity to transportation and entertainment destinations like Penn Station, Grand Central Station, the Empire State Building and Times Square.