Welcome to the Neighborhood! LHC in NYC
Hotel staff in NYC are only as good as the service and the information they provide. “How long to the airport?” “Anywhere good to eat around there?” “What can we do if it rains?” These are questions we field on any given day. The truth is you can eat out in Manhattan 3 times a day without going to the same restaurant for roughly 7 years! “The City that never sleeps” is estimated to have about 1,600 bar establishments, 32
Hotel Elysée: The Tennessee Williams Years
Guests of the Hotel Elysée have long praised the hotel for its attentive and caring staff, complimentary amenities, prime midtown location, and French country inn-themed décor. What many guests begin to realize as they roam the halls is the rich history that is associated with this nearly 100 year-old building. Just stepping into the lobby of the Hotel Elysée invokes a feeling of old-world glam. The hotel and the adjoining Monkey Bar have hosted countless luminaries throughout the years. Most
LHC Tips for New York City Winter Restaurant Week 2018
It’s that time of the year! New York City Winter Restaurant Week gives thousands of people opportunities to dine at almost 400 of city’s remarkable restaurants. From January 22nd- February 9th, 2018, participating restaurants are offering prix fixe menus for a $29 lunch and/or a $42 dinner! WOW! Now you’re probably wondering where to begin! Allow us to share some of our personal tips to ensure you get the full experience.
Things to do in NYC in October
As the tree colors start to turn in NYC there are many events to explore. Check out what the Librarians suggest in October!
Library Hotel Collection Interview With Les Berlinettes’ Amandine Hach:
Les Berlinettes‘ Amandine Hach Visits Library Hotel Collection Amandine Hach of Les Berlinettes, lifestyle, fashion, and travel blog, visited New York City for Fashion Week and was able to experience three of our boutique hotels in Manhattan; Library Hotel, Casablanca Hotel, and Hotel Giraffe. Originally from France and now living in Berlin, Amandine shares her diverse passions from interviews with musical artists to her favorite health recipes. We were thrilled Amandine was able to share about her time in New York from her own
New York City – 2017 At A Glance
Let’s face it, there is no bad time to visit New York City. Manhattan is a good idea, no matter when you decide to come. It just depends on why you want to visit or if you enjoy crowds or perhaps you like to enjoy a bit of peace (hard to find in this city that doesn’t sleep). With 2016 coming to a close and the fantasies of 2017 nearing, we know you all want to get a head start
Food Fads in NYC: Try these Culinary Crazes!
New York City is a mecca filled with the latest trends, whether they be in fashion, technology…or food! Some foods have and always will be our go-to staples(NYC pizza, anyone?), but every now and again there comes a new culinary craze that we can’t get enough of. When it comes to trendy foods, NYC has got you covered; we’ve picked 5 of the top food fads in 2016 and highlighted the best places to try them in NYC!
Top 5 Budapest’s Cafés with a Classical taste for Culture
The coffee houses of Budapest have a unique charm. Guests visiting the coffee shops here can admire the beautiful interiors that are deeply rooted in the city’s history, turning a simple coffee run into a rich cultural experience. Just one visit to a café around town will have you traveling back in time to the early 20th century, when Budapest was known as the city of cafés.
Explore Christmas Markets in Budapest
The Christmas season in Budapest is truly the most beautiful and a delightful sensory experience of the year: full of colours, festive sounds, and enticing smells. From mid-November through December, the city comes to life as outdoor holiday markets pop-up throughout the town selling arts and crafts, unique locally-produced souvenirs, clothing and so much more. Even if you don’t plan to do much shopping, the atmosphere is fun and many markets offer fantastic seasonal foods and warm drinks. Here is our
Enchanted, Spectacular and Spooky, Oh My!
In NYC, Halloween is more than just a holiday, it’s a month-long celebration! From pumpkin carving and costume parades to spooky stories and creepy critter demonstrations, there’s a great mix of fun to be had this month leading up to All Hallows’ Eve. NYC’s biggest Halloween extravaganza is surely the 43rd annual Village Halloween Parade on October 31st at 7pm, but don’t wait until then to start celebrating! Here are some other fantastic events around Manhattan that guarantee visitors a frighteningly good time: