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What better way for groups to experience New York than exploring a combination of the city’s iconic and lesser-known holiday shopping spots?
"A name badge with Microsoft on it screams kidnapping in cerrtain parts of the world."
A combination of taverns, a gambling den, and vaudeville and motion picture theaters all once stood on the hotel site between the 1700s and early 1900s.
Not only does the suite feature a curated contemporary art collection, it also has a private 2,200-sf terrace that meeting planners can use for an outdoor reception, private yoga class or as a spot to encourage attendees to take photos.
Instead of doing away with payphones completely, the city is transforming its outdated phone booths into at least 7,500 planned hotspots that will offer fast and free Wi-Fi service.
The proposal will take the total space from 2.1 million square feet to 3.3 million sf and grow the number of room nights by 200,000.
Fashionable Lexington Avenue offers the feeling of an exclusive, upscale city neighborhood yet it is just a short walk from major attractions such as Fifth Avenue shopping.
An upcoming renovation of The Langham Place New York will make the hotel the new home of 143 works by Brooklyn artist Alex Katz, the personal collection of Langham Chairman Dr. Lo.
The renovation will celebrate the hotel’s setting in what has surely become the city’s hippest borough.
"The towers lobby is everything you would expect upon entering a landmark hotel."
“If you walk in here, it’s a bit of a time capsule, but it has a contemporary design that celebrates that period with some really fun stuff."
An LED chandelier in the main dining room features multi-colored lights that move to the beat of the house music using computer systems designed by a lighting engineer.
Luxury is back according to meetings and incentive industry veterans around the globe as we head into the last half of this year. A...
Hakkasan first opened in London in 2001, introducing the concept of upscale modern Cantonese fare in London. In 2003 it became the only Chinese...
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Stray Boots Scavenger Hunts was founded in 2008 with a goal of making the exploration of New York City fun and interactive for groups....
Hornblower Cruises & Events has launched America's first hydrogen hybrid yacht, available for private group events traveling up and down New York City's waters. Wave...
Learn how to joust, tango, discuss Picasso, corner a Porsche and eavesdrop like a KGB spy in the world’s great cities from Buenos Aires to Berlin. We have some fun ideas about shopping for handbags at Barneys and Bendels, too.