Our Favorite Green Spaces in NYC!
Every person visiting NYC knows how much beauty Central Park has to offer, but they often are unaware of the many other parks there are to explore in our beautiful city. Some of these green spaces are home to gorgeous botanical gardens and others to compelling museums. From the heart of Brooklyn to the very northern tip of Manhattan, let us show you our favorite places to spend the day!
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
5 Fun Non-traditional things to do in NYC for Valentine’s Day
Surprise your loved one this Valentine’s Day with something other than a box of chocolates and roses. Our concierges have done the research for you and put together a list of 5 fun non-traditional things to do in NYC for Valentine’s Day.
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.
A Book Lover’s Dream Wedding: Meagan & Michael
Our story begins many years ago, as our bride, Meagan, and our groom, Michael, began dating in high school, exploring together their passion for the literary arts. When these two high school sweethearts decided to take the next step in their romance novel there was no doubt in their two booklover’s minds on where to celebrate their big day; surrounded by friends and family, the New York City skyline, and books galore, the Library Hotel Rooftop was the perfect place.
Things to do in NYC in April
There is always an abundant amount of activities to do in New York City, but each month offers limited time events and fresh new openings. Our concierges at the Library Hotel Collection hope you are visiting NYC this April. Check out some fun-filled things to do during your visit. The Orchid Show: Thailand at New York Botanical Gardens The Orchid Show: Thailand; is open until April 9th. The Orchid Show is celebrating their 15th year at NYBG by honoring Thailand’s
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
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:
Go for Gold at NYC’s Sports Bars
Celebrating your favorite sports team’s victory is much more fun with great food, drinks and company! With the Olympics in full swing and NFL football kicking off this month, we’re excited to share our favorite places to go when we’re in the mood to cheer on our favorite players and teams. Here are some go-to spots worth adding to your Big Apple bucket list:
The Empire State Building and Her Luminous Glow
We’ve all heard that New York City is the city that never sleeps. Could it be because of all the bright lights that surround us throughout the night and into the wee hours of the morning? Times Square has always been the first to come to mind when people speak of the glow of Manhattan. It wasn’t until I moved into a quaint third floor walk up in Williamsburg that that conception had changed for me. The Empire State Building