Luxury hotel opens in Flushing New York

With the economic boom in downtown Flushing, The Parc Hotel is one of the area’s newest hotels to come online and is scheduled to open in March 2014. The hotel represents a new standard in design, architecture, style, and service designed to appeal to international and domestic travelers and will bring a level of affluence to the area. The Hotel boasts floor to ceiling windows in each of the 96 guest rooms and suites, with high grade bath amenities from C.O. Bigelow, bathrobes in every room, complimentary wireless high speed internet, valet parking, concierge service, and even a Dog Spa Menu- pampering for our four-legged friends while guests enjoy the sights of the city.


The 4 Star property offers that exclusive feel to all of its guests. And even better is the private rooftop lounge, 13 stories above street level. This modern, urban oasis rooftop offers up amazing views of Citi Field lit up by a panoramic Manhattan skyline.

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The ideal location of The Parc Hotel makes it the hottest venue in the area. Just 2 blocks up from the Main Street/Roosevelt Ave intersection, the 3rd busiest intersection in NY City and just a short walk to the Skyview Center mall. Guests will have access to the finest, authentic Asian food, some of the best shopping in Queens, easy access to the Subway and Long Island Railroad, and even easier access to some of Queens’ largest cultural arenas such as Citi Field, USTA Tennis Center, and Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

Take advantage of the preview savings for the Grand Opening month. The hotel is offering special introductory rates starting at $109 for stayed in March that are booked from now through February 28. The Parc Hotel is accepting reservations for stays beginning March 10, 2014. Please visit their site at for more information.


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