Flanking famously private Gramercy Park, the opulent Gramercy Park Hotel has a rich history. It first opened in 1925 as the New York Hotel, and within a year, Humphrey Bogart was married on the roof. It was a destination hotel in the 1960s for bands like the Rolling Stones and the Beatles. The hotel's rock-and-roll edge continued through the 1980s, with U2 as regular guests. In 2006, artist Julian Schnabel was brought on board to renovate the property, transforming it into the bold, art-filled, glamorous destination that it is today. Decadent style is the focus, from the low-lit lobby with an always-changing selection of museum-quality art to the vibrant rooms splashed with pops of bright greens, deep reds, and royal blues. Guests will experience glamour from another era -- in the rooms, the refined cocktail bars, and the rooftop terrace.