The Man with the Dancing Eyes

The most gorgeous man named Peter stands outside of the Gramercy Park Hotel. He is the concierge and is there for all your needs and desires. No matter how strange the request may be, he assures you that he can achieve the impossible. Peter has mesmerizing blue green eyes and dark brooding eyebrows. He is uniformed completely in black wearing a slightly oversized, beanie, big scarf, perfectly fitting overcoat, pants and winter laced up boots.

Whether you are male or female, while staying at the Gramercy Park you begin to look forward to the next time you are greeted as you enter the hotel. If you were single, it would only seem natural to romanticize about him asking you to the most exclusive party of the year, falling in love (inevitably) and living a fairytale existence from there on in.

Could you expect any less from a hotel conceived by Ian Schrager and Julian Schnabel, whom hand picked the their future employees from the hundreds of auditioning up and coming actors and models for their full time staff?

*please note: Feature drawing does not resemble a true likeness to Peter, the man with the dancing eyes.

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3 Responses to “The Man with the Dancing Eyes”
  1. I never worked at the Gramercy Park Hotel. I also have not been called Peter for a long time, however its always nice to read a fan write about me.

    your are welcome.

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  1. […] The Man with the Dancing Eyes As soon as you arrive to the front of the hotel you are greeted by the man with the dancing eyes. Your bags are taken care of and the service from the concierge is impeccable from the moment you step out of the taxi. Whether you are male or female, while staying at the Gramercy Park you begin to look forward to the next time you are greeted as you enter the hotel. If you were single, it would only seem natural to romanticize about him asking you to the most exclusive party of the year, falling in love (inevitably) and living a fairytale existence from there on in. Could you expect any less from a hotel conceived by Ian Schrager and Julian Schnabel, whom hand picked the their future employees from the hundreds of auditioning up and coming actors and models for their full time staff? […]



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