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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»
[Photos by BILLY FARRELL for PMc]
The fabulous, beautiful, and fashionable showed up to Nur Khan's and Harry Josh's "Spring Fling" party Friday night, the it bash held in honor of tonight's Costume Institute Gala at the Met. Atop Gramercy Park Hotel, the champagne flowed as A-listers, including newlyweds Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, Kate Hudson, Karolina Kurkova, Kate Bosworth, Orlando Bloom, Marc Jacobs, Narcisco Rodriguez and Jesscia Alba partied most of this epic night away. More photos More»
These days its seems like everyone and their brother is coming to the Bowery. Heck we're even there! But it's not a party until Ron Burkle shows up on the scene! So much excitement hasn't hit a Hotel since Dunston checks in.
A tipster informs us that this Clintonite, Sean John investor, and jet-setter extraordinaire has taken out one of two penthouse lofts in the Bowery Hotel for a cool $30k per month ($10k lower than the initial offer price). More»
This morning curbed wrote about the recent lawsuit Andre Vavilov filed against El-Ad, owners of the Plaza for among other things "lower than represented ceiling heights," and "unappealing drainage grates" in the two penthouses he was set to buy for $53.5 million dollars (unseen). Vavilov is trying to recover his $10 million dollar deposit. But what are the REAL reasons why he doesn't want to be hanging out with Eloise in the City? A couple of possible culprits:
1. Solitary Confinement - There is no one there! (See photos above). We did a piece on this a few months back, describing how living in this spot is solitary confinement for the nouveau riche. Since Vavilov never saw the place, could he have been misled by the pretty photo shopped images on the plaza's website?
2. The Rose Club- again, no one's there! Well actually there are some people there if you count model wranglers, promoters, and F-list "models" who won't be anywhere near Bryant Park this week. But do you really want to be bumping into these folk as you go up to your penthouse. Nah, didn't think so.
[Photo via NYT]
The hotel above Socialista is about to open HURRAY! The Jane Hotel will open it's doors to hipsters and socilista's alike. Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode (of the Bowery and Maritime fame) claim she's ready to unleash her grittiness to the west village (thought not without a few standard hiccups).
Go HERE for more photos of this event by Rob Rich.
Last night was the launch of Trump International Hotel & Dubai Tower at the Park Ave. Plaza and the entire clan showed up along with other supporters like Heidi Klum, Demi Moore ,and Cynthia Rowley. Donald himself was in a jolly mood, with his wife and kids' in tow showing their support, he was all smiles for the press.
Saturday, May 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.