Remember last week's word that Ian Schrager was single-handedly going to transform Gramercy Park into a democratic nation by giving a key to the park to each guest at his soon-to-open Gramercy Park Hotel? Reports our PR tipster:
The piece you guys picked up on on Gramercy Park Hotel is not entirely correct. Guests will not get their own key to the park to use throughout their stay but rather will have access to a key but not a personal key for themselves. It’s causing a bit of attention, so would you mind correcting/clarifying on Curbed?All together now: Gramercy residents, exhale.
· In Gramercy Park, the Philistines Cometh [Curbed] BONUS: Gridskipper notes that the Gramercy Park Hotel has made Travel and Leisure's new 15 hip hotels list. The article offers this tightly worded detail: "A stroll in Gramercy Park, the only private park in Manhattan—hotel guests are given the much-coveted key."