Save on Your Stay
Royal Park Hotel & PARK 600 offers a unique selection of packages and events for our guests. Whether it is ordering a pizza kit to go, experiencing a class, or booking a romantic getaway, let your enjoyment begin with one of our exceptional specials.
January Winter Stay & Play Package Valid January 1 - 31, 2022
- Overnight accommodations for two
- $25 Downtown Rochester Gift Certificate
- Choice of 2 On The Rock’s Cocktails
- Complimentary Late Departure 1 pm
Valid January 1 – 31, 2022. Not valid with other discounts, promotions, or Royal Passports.Book Now
February Be My Valentine Package Available Every Wednesday - Saturday February 1 - 28, 2022
- Overnight Accommodations for Two
- 1 Bottle Michigan Mawby Celebration Bubbly
- 6-Piece Signature Heart Shaped Chocolates From Zoet
Subject to Availability and Applicable Taxes; Some Blackout Dates May Apply. Not valid with other discounts or Royal Passports.Book Now
Groundhog Day BOGO Promotion Available February 1 - 3, 2022 ONLY
Shake off the winter blues, and join us for Groundhog Day! Of course, those who have seen the iconic movie know that Phil relived this day repeatedly, but at least he didn't have to keep paying for his stay! Well, neither do you!
Reserve your stay for Tuesday, February 1st, or Wednesday, February 2nd, and get your second night free in honor of Groundhog Day.
Available for new reservations only. The Groundhog Day BOGO deal is only valid for arrivals on February 1st - 2nd for a two night stay to receive 2nd night free. Not valid with other discounts, or Royal Passports.Book Now
Exclusive Tony Roko Print @ PARK 600 Purchase your very own print, and help support the restaurant relief fund!
Born in Michigan to parents who’d emigrated from Montenegro, Roko broke into the art world at age 19 while working at a Ford plant. His managers noticed his artistic talent after sketches he’d drawn made the rounds and pulled him off his assembly-line job to create murals as part of the company’s plant-beautification program. He spent the next three decades as the automaker’s resident artist while building his fine arts career.
Now 50, Roko has made it a mission to use art to support members of his community, just as he was supported decades ago: He’s the founder of the Art Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides artistic opportunities for underserved communities and at-risk youth. (A portion of proceeds from the Restaurant Relief Fund paintings benefits the Foundation.)
His latest work is on display in an entirely different setting: on the walls of local restaurants. The paintings, which feature bold, vibrant images of chefs, bartenders, and other hospitality-industry workers, are part of Roko’s Restaurant Relief Fund initiative, which kicked off in July.
A portion of the proceeds from each print purchased will help support our employees during the pandemic.Purchase Your Print Here