Holiday & Winter pop-up bars in NYC!
Around the holidays New York City is filled with pop-up stores, but this year we noticed that more and more every day restaurants and bars have transformed their space into a winter wonderland for all to enjoy. Grab a cup of cocoa and a fleece lined blanket and catch up on some of our concierges favorite NYC holiday & winter pop-up bars & restaurants!
Spooky Bars of New York City
Enjoy Spooky New York City with us while we take you through some of our favorite haunted bars and restaurants to help bring in the festivities of the Halloween season. OooooooooOooooooo… Ear Inn: Stop in and enjoy a beer at one of NYC’s oldest drinking establishments. After opening its doors in 1817, the unnamed bar didn’t let prohibition slow them down. Often called, the Green Door, the bar became in an infamous watering hole for sailors all over the
New York State of Mind: Pt. 2
So, you’ve come back for some more? Well, I commend you. Your boldness is already flashing signs of being a New Yorker. When we left off last week, we were discussing sidewalk navigational instructions. Now, that you have your “game face” on, and you’re feeling confident that you haven’t completely ruined someone’s day by lengthening their commute by 10 seconds, you’re probably hungry. How about a NYC favorite? A bacon, egg and cheese! Well, you probably have to look no
SOHO at a Glance
SOHO – South Of HOuston Summer is here in New York City! It’s time to relax and enjoy brunch or a day full of shopping on the streets of SOHO. SOHO offers a variety of trendy restaurants and both designer-boutiques and exotic shops. This one of a kind area is lined with cobblestone streets and covered in cast-iron-fronted buildings that create a tasteful and fascinating environment. From the Elysée Hotel it’s just a five minute walk to the Subway. The
Father’s Day Adventures in New York City
Father’s Day is this weekend! Need plans for a fun filled day in NYC with Dad? All over NYC there are all types of adventures and experiences for every type of person, family, and most importantly, fathers! We have created a list of some of the most unique and creative ways you can spend your day around the city; with everything from experiencing virtual reality to seeing Babe Ruth’s famous jersey, this Father’s Day will be one to remember!
Give Mom the Delicious Brunch She Deserves
As the spring weather begins to settle in, we know a very special day is just around the corner. A day to show a little extra love and appreciation to our mothers, grandmothers, wives, aunts, and all those who love with a mother’s heart. This city is filled so many restaurants from casual and hearty to luxurious and light, you’re sure to find the perfect fit. We decided to share with you some of our brunch recommendations in the heart of
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.
Broadway Welcomes 10 Exciting Shows in 2018
Of course Broadway always has its classics, but in 2018, 10 exciting performances are coming to the stages of New York City. The good news is, they’re just steps away from some of Library Hotel Collection’s properties!
Aria Hotel Budapest Insta Inspirations | December… The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
Because it’s December, we went in search of things that make it “the most wonderful time of the year”. It’s usually a month full of Christmas, year-end sprints at work, parties, delays, and lots of snow. But what exactly are Aria Hotel Budapest’s guests, staff and fans sharing on Instagram? Here’s a selection.
Fashion Shopping in Prague with Wear2Where
Prague is a fairy tale come to life, one of the most picturesque and romantic cities in Europe. It’s easy to get lost in its Baroque architecture, Gothic cathedrals, cobblestone streets, cafes and the Castle Complex, the largest in the world. Stroll over the Vltava River on the Charles Bridge linking Mala Strana (the old town) with the 600-year-old New Town. Then stroll over again. It will never lose its magic!