Favorite Margarita Spots in New York City
New York City is home to some of the greatest restaurants and bars in the world. Each featuring cuisines, atmospheres, and experiences from all around the world. Just on one street, you can feel as though you’ve visiting Thailand, Italy, Japan, Mexico and France. That’s the beauty of NYC! Today, Chefs and Bartenders are taking basic menu items and they are experimenting, differentiating, and personalizing them. A staple cocktail like a Margarita, known to be made with tequila, triple sec,
Hotel Giraffe does Broadway!
When you think of New York City, you think of Broadway and there is nothing more exciting than a night at the theatre. Choosing a show can be a daunting task, so the Hotel Giraffe has picked a few for you!!
A Casablanca New Year’s Eve Tradition
This New Year’s Eve the Casablanca Hotel had the pleasure of welcoming back such wonderful guests, Michael & Sandy. This couple has traveled the world, yet when it comes to New Year’s Eve our cozy oasis in Times Square is their home! After years of ringing in the years with us, we decided to ask them some questions & find out more about what keeps them coming back!
January in New York
So you’ve had a merry Christmas season, but you’re just not quite ready for it to end. Fear not! New York is still the place to be while January comes rolling by. This is when the real action takes place. Major tourism drops off after the holidays, so this is the perfect opportunity to make the most of the many holiday attractions without the bustling crowds.
Staying Warm during Winter in NYC
What better way to enjoy the the holidays than from the comforts of central heating? This holiday season we have put together a collection of events that will raise your spirits and get you out of the house while keeping warm. These events have been picked to suit your many interests, so you’re sure to find the perfect match!
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. 1
Getting in the New York state of mind isn’t always easy. We know traveling often takes on many meaningful and distinct purposes for the traveler. Perhaps you are visiting a city for the first time on vacation, or maybe it’s the “millionth time” you’ve been to the same city on business. Maybe you and some girlfriends are going back to your favorite place for a much-needed girls’ weekend, or maybe it’s your partner’s or children’s first time in this new
Group Fitness the NYC Way
All over New York, people are finding new and creative ways to unwind, tone-up and get energized. To make sure you never get bored or stuck in a rut, we’ve compiled a list of the coolest, most interesting workouts we could find. Some of the names may sound familiar, but we promise that most of these classes are unlike anything you’ve heard of before.They are in cool spaces, taught by energetic personalities, who will get you fit to your very
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
Hotel Elysée and The MoMA
Midtown Manhattan offers so many great gems! For example, you have the Hotel Elysee & the MoMA! Our guests have always enjoyed the hotel’s prime location in midtown Manhattan. To the east, Park, Lexington, 3rd and 2nd Avenues offer many great restaurants and bars. Venture a little further east, and you can discover some beautiful brownstone homes off of 1st Avenue. To the west, there is the shopping on 5th Avenue, the Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller Center, Times Square,