Watch night turn into day in York – thanks to stunning new rooftop camera

Dinesh Kunder, operations manager at Park Inn by Radisson York, admiring the view from the hotel's roof. Photograph: Radisson
5 Sep 2018 @ 6.40 pm
| Environment, News

Now we can get a bird’s eye view over York at any time of the day or night – thanks to a new live feed.

York hotel the Park Inn by Radisson on North Street has been selected to feature the global group’s first panoramic rooftop camera in the Britain.

The city’s rich history and the hotel’s spectacular Minster views made it the obvious choice, the group said.

And the live video feed will be available to view 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – all from the top of the second highest building in York, beaten only by York Minster itself.

Swipe left to right to show how the new rooftop camera turns night into day:

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Great location, amazing views

York’s second-highest building: the Park Inn. Photograph: YorkMix
Park Inn by Radisson’s Berlin hotel, located in Alexanderplatz, was the first to boast a rooftop camera. Today, the brand has 13 cameras on hotel rooftops all around the world.

Now, people considering a visit to York can enjoy scenes across the city’s famous skyline by visiting the Park Inn York website.

Sally Hughes, general manager of the Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre, said:

  • We have one of the tallest buildings in the city, which gives many of our guests the opportunity to enjoy these spectacular views across the river, the city and the Minster.

    We’re very lucky to be in such a great location with such amazing views that it seems only fair we share it with the rest of the world!

Located on the riverbank, the Park Inn by Radisson York city centre hotel has 200 rooms plus a riverside bar, restaurant and extensive conference facilities.