Gansevoort Meatpacking’s Multimillion Dollar Renovation Includes a Rooftop Sushi Pop-up, an Incredible Art Collection, and More | Travel + Leisure

This New York City Hotel Has Reopened After a Multimillion Dollar Rebrand With New Design, Art, Tech, and More
This New York City Hotel Has Reopened After a Multimillion Dollar Rebrand With New Design, Art, Tech, and More

The Gansevoort Meatpacking

is all grown up thanks to a multimillion dollar renovation and rebrand that includes an incredible art collection, luxe design, innovative technology, and exciting new food and beverage offerings. The hotel, which first opened in 2004 in New York City’s Meatpacking District, underwent a top-to-bottom revamp during the COVID-19 pandemic. The hotel now offers 186 newly renovated guest rooms, including its duplex Poliform Penthouse — the first fully designed U.S. hotel suite by Italian furniture designer Poliform. 

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