The Gansevoort Park Ave is already living up to its promise as a celeb magnet party spot.
Online PR News – 20-March-2011 – – Gansevoort Park will fuse downtown cool with uptown chic. The striking 19-story stone, glass and steel building will incorporate similar signature design aspects to Hotel Gansevoort, most notably an indoor-outdoor rooftop pool and a tri-level rooftop. Gansevoort Park will feature 249 guestrooms, an exhale Spa, unobstructed views of the Empire State Building, and Aselina, an Italian restaurant by The One Group.
The Gansevoort Park Ave is already living up to its promise as a celeb magnet party spot but what happens when you've partied so hard you need to detox? Guests can take their weary selves to the hotel's new Exhale Spa and get pummeled back into shape.
This will be Exhale's fifth location in New York City and the spa will offer a full range of facials, body treatments, 'wellness programs' and the popular Core Fusion workouts.
Gansevoort Park Avenue is adding the final touches to its Italian restaurant Asellina. The sleek but cozy looking space.According to Zagat Buzz, the menu will include dishes like chestnut flower tagliatelle with sausage ragu and wild fennel. But ever since we learned that the restaurant was named after a madame from Pompeii, we've been craving a big plate of Spaghetti alla puttanesca, and really hope the Asellina people and chef Marco Porceddu, will come through for us on this.
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