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After a day of planes, trains, and automobiles, the last thing you want to do is navigate an unfamiliar city in search of a much-needed drink. Enter: The hotel bar. And more importantly, the hotel bar happy hour: where guests are often afforded some sick deals, if not outright free booze. Here are six worth knowing about before booking your next room. More»
In New York, the boutique hotels are always much more than a place to sleep. Here, they're cultural hubs, where art, nightlife, music, and dining collide. The Standard, the Ace, and the Jane have been the long-standing purveyors of 'cool,' but a new wave of stylish and inviting hotels have already cropped up, and a sophisticated crowd has taken notice. Here, we've rounded up the best new hotels where New York's tastemakers will be dining, drinking, and dancing night after night.
Hotels, much like Carrot Top, need excessive weight lifting a ton of personality to keep heads in beds. Therefore, unlike Carrot Top, it's no surprise they're often sought after by filmmakers as a setting for/star of their productions (much like Wes Anderson's new The Grand Budapest Hotel). So, feast your eyes on ten of the coolest hotels to grace the big screen... More»
Behind every great cocktail is an even greater bar, and in the romantic lore of cocktail history, hotel bars play a major role. We rounded up some of the most iconic hotel bars from around the globe, all worthy of the legends that surround them. Constantly on the hunt for the perfect cocktail? Then click through and see our collection of the most noteworthy places to grab one.
We love nothing more than getting away for the weekend and enjoying a little R&R. If you're planning a Columbus day escape, then we've found some festive fall cocktails from hotels across the country that are sure to keep you in the fall spirit. Click through to see where to go to get these creative cocktails to warm you up on a cool evening this season. More»
Need to get out of the city for a hot-sec, but don’t want to drop thousands of bucks? Here’s a guide to some of the most luxurious, relaxing and affordable getaway spots that will be sure to refresh you after your one night stay. Click through for 10 affordable one-night stay in or near NYC. More»
In exclusive news, New York hotelier Sean MacPherson (The Bowery, The Maritime, The Jane Hotels) is expanding his Crow's Nest Hotel and Restaurant on Lake Montauk to include a set of coveted cottages adjacent to the existing property. "The David Pharaoh Cottages" mean guests will get a chance to spend a summer holiday in their own private beach bungalow. Below, the before photos of the cottages: More>>
NYC isn’t generally known for its ravishing swimming pools. But tucked away inside the concrete jungle are hidden aquatic gems: chic hotel swimming pools. Many first-class NYC hotels have impressive spas, equipped with gorgeous, intricately designed pools. In Miami, Los Angeles, and other warm climate destinations, hotel pools are highly utilized. Unfortunately, due to hectic travel schedules, many hotel guests in New York don’t get to relax and fully appreciate the aquatic amenities. Here are some of the most serene and exclusive hotel pools in Manhattan. More»
Sex sells. But a fresh lawsuit against The Standard proves it might also make you pay. A guest who was accused and acquitted of attacking a maid filed a $10 million suit against the Meatpacking District promoter lodge, claiming its "racy atmosphere contributed to the false charges against him." More»
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.