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This New York City hotel is located in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood, next to the Chambers Street Subway Station. It features a restaurant, free WiFi access, and rooms with clock radios with USB connections to add your own charger cable. The modern rooms and suites provide a flat-screen TVs with Chromecast. Enjoy Netflix, Hulu, Pandora or any of the 1,000+ apps on the hotel room TVs. Bathrobes are also included. Free newspapers are available. Little Park Restaurant is located on-site and serves a seasonal menu. Limited room service is available. City Hall Park is within a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Brookfield Place is less than a 15-minute walk away. The Brooklyn Bridge is 1.2 km away.
Cipriani Wall Street is a magnificent piece of Greek architecture and is the former home to the NYSE, the US Customs House and the New York Merchants Exchange. Occupying an entire city block and an area of 16,000 square feet, it is framed by monolithic Corinthian columns amongst a backdrop of Greek architecture. Owned and maintained by the super wealthy Cipriani family, this is an ideal venue for weddings, parties and other events. The place is crowded with suave business executives and society ladies lunching in the afternoons. Celebrity spotting is a favorite pass-time at this place. Visit website for detailed menu.
Tucked away in the basement of the chic Greenwich Hotel, owned by famed actor Robert De Niro, the Shibui Spa is unlike any other in New York City. The zen-like atmosphere of the dark wood accented spa will have you forgetting about your worries in no time. Soft linen robes and comfortable slippers are presented to each guest upon arrival, as well as bathing suits for the tranquil, lantern lit swimming pool if they've forgotten their own. The list of treatments run the gamut of usual spa offerings with everything from facials and scrubs to massages and seasonal baths to private yoga and pilates sessions. Their philosophy of balance will have you living, and enjoying, the present moment.
The Greenwich Hotel es uno de los mejores lugares de la ciudad para quedarse. La aventura de Robert DeNiro en la hospitalidad cuenta que no hay dos habitaciones iguales. Un moderno hotel de New York (NUeva York), con lujosas instalaciones internacionales, tales como alfombras tibetanas, pisos de roble de Siberia, y azulejos marroquíes. Además, el hotel también cuenta con productos de baño orgánicos en todas las habitaciones, así como bañeras y soporte para iPod. El hotel también ofrece el exclusivo Spa Shibui, con una linterna encendida piscina y el restaurante Locanda Verde, con su cielo razo de corcho, y una extensa carta de vinos.
Inaugurado en 1996, este opulento hotel le da la bienvenida con un brillante vestíbulo envidriado y una barrida escalera de hierro y botellas de vidrio. Todas las comodidades de un hotel de alta calidad están aquí, junto con el acceso fácil a los restaurantes, tiendas y galerías que dan a Soho su reputación de ser el corazón artístico de la ciudad. Elija entre el rey, esquina, ático y grandes habitaciones, cada una decorada en estilo ecléctico estilo Soho y alardeando de muchas comodidades. También hay un Bar atractivo pero de alto precio.
New York boasts of numerous rooftop bars, but Jimmy stands out as one of the costliest and most sophisticated. Situated on the 18th level of The James New York, this rooftop lounge offers a panoramic vista of Manhattan's skyscrapers, the bridges over the East River and prominent city landmarks. During nighttime, it is an experience to relax on the chaise lounges, next to the swimming pool, and watch the sparkling lights of the skyline against the velvet purple sky. The interiors, designed by the award-winning architect Thomas Schlesser, are splendid enough to distract your attention from the terrace views. The warm fireplace, Art Deco lamps, cinnamon tiles and black-and-white artworks adorning the walls create a glamorous retro ambiance. Mixologists concoct the cocktails using herbs grown in the on-site organic garden and prepares the bitters, juices and syrups in-house. Try special cocktails like the Mexican Bee Hive, infused with lavender syrup, silver tequila and drops of honey, and served with amber honeycomb. The wood-decked terrace, pool and indoor lounge can also be hired for stylish parties. Don your best attire while heading here as you are sure to meet an über-stylish crowd.
Goldbar truly lives up to its name, everywhere you look is covered in gold. Walk through the beaded curtains and marvel at the huge gilded chandlers, golden seats, and oil paintings. Though when you carefully examine your surroundings you'll realize this bar has some weird and wonderful decor as well, just take a look at the bar walls which are lined with golden human skulls! The impressive decor is matched by the equally impressive cocktails. Try one of their unique cocktails such as the Flight to Paris, complete with both champagne and absinthe.
Construido en 1890 como un edificio de oficinas para John Jacob Astor II, este histórico lugar hasta hace poco era un solevado hogareño para artistas de Soho. Después fue totalmente renovado en este impresionante hotel boutique de lujo. Techos altos y grandes ventanales añaden a la grandeza de cada habitación. Esta en frente del Museo Guggenheim de Soho y está cerca de todas las galerías de Soho. No está lejos de Greenwich Village, Little Italy y también el Chinatown. El super elegante restaurante, The Mercer Kitchen, está situado en el sótano del hotel.
There may be many Italian joints in the city, but few are as highly regarded as Bar Pitti. Its main draw is the delicious Tuscan food served on the summer terrace, by friendly staff. The seafood and other meats pair well with the delectable sorbets and wines available here. You might find celebrities hanging out here but the real stars are the people in the kitchen. Visit this place once and you're likely to become a regular.
Located inside the Bowery Hotel, this little lounge is open to visitors as well as hotel guests. Situated in the East Village, the Lobby Bar has a classy ambiance, that is a reflection of its upscale clientele. Persian rugs, Art Deco-style interiors, a working fireplace and beautiful chandeliers adorn this bar, making it look all the more luxurious. An attentive staff along with warm service come by default, along with the amazing range of specialty drinks and food options.
Established in 1937, this tavern/restaurant was named after the brook that once flowed through Manhattan from the Collect Pond further north. Step inside and you are immediately transported to post-depression New York, albeit with a more updated menu. Black and white tiles coupled with dark, wood paneled walls draws in the crowd. Today, Minetta Tavern is run by Keith McNally, the man behind Pastis and Balthazar. The dinner menu is highlighted by the cuts of beef, such as the dry-aged côte de boeuf served for two and the bone-in New York strip. The menu is seasonal and ever-changing, although you can always have traditional favorites like steak frites and burgers.
Many New Yorkers believe Il Mulino restaurant, nestled in Greenwich Village, has the finest classic Italian cuisine in New York City. As a result, reservations can be very hard to come by, but it is often much easier to snag a table at lunch. A meal at Il Mulino can be quite expensive, but portions are definitely on the large side. The service is of course professional and attentive, and the decor is classy and subdued.