The Gramercy Park Hotel is known just as much for its art collection as its swanky digs. Pulling from its $50 million dollar archives, the hotel adorns its walls with a revolving display of pieces from Jean-Michel Basquiat, Enoc Perez, Keith Haring, Tom Wesselman, and Damien Hirst, but their latest exhibit might have just slated the Manhattan hotspot as the best gallery in New York. Located in the exclusive Rose Bar, guests can view 16 Andy Warhol originals. The pop portraits feature personalities like Jerry Hall, Rudolph Nureyev, and the Shah of Iran. Although, the most valuable pieces are a pair of paintings featuring Giorgio Armani. While there is no official run time, the hotel's exhibits tend to last around six to twelve months.
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