The Paramount Hotel is one of few hotels designed by the prolific theater architect Thomas W. Lamb. This historic landmark unveiled a two year 50 plus million dollar re-imagination project with the reopening of Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe, following a 61-year hiatus, innovative retail space, contemporary event spaces, a two-story lobby, 597 newly reinvigorated guest rooms and suites, Paramount News, a stylishly curated store offering design-focused souvenirs, daily newspapers and travel essentials, Paramount Fit, a state-of-the-art fitness center available 24 hours a day, Paramount Bar & Grill and Corso Italian coffee bar. Located on 46th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue, the Paramount Hotel is settled into the middle of the Theater district and just steps away from Times Square, Broadway shows, Restaurant Row and much more. Perfectly suited for the sophisticated 21st century traveler, the Paramount offers spectacular details in design and amenities while still paying homage to its 1928 origins by celebrating its living room style, lavish over-scaled dramatic elements, DJ spinning on the balcony and an epic fireplace wall resembling a modern-day room with a vibe meant for socializing. The Paramount has become the epicenter of all things sophisticated and cool in Times Square.