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[NYC] Hotel on Rivington: Sales Manager

The Lower East Side breathes a sigh of relief from the chaos that is midtown Manhattan. New York’s past and present intertwine and come alive, in this historic district neighboring SoHo. Turn of the century tenements and antique shops stand with sleek art houses and farm-to-table cuisine. Fresh faced bands play 100-year-old venues; a blend of old and new world that defines the LES. And at the heart of it all lies the Hotel on Rivington, a modern glass house in a sea of brick and brownstone.

Spacious suites with stellar views are a hallmark of this boutique hotel. The glass design offers a unique panorama with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city.

With an endless array of options to choose from, exploring the area can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, Hotel Rivington’s concierge, Adam, designs themed itineraries for guests to peruse. Simple suggestions, complete with a map, offer tailored outings like the “Downtown Artsperience”or a casual “Sunday Stroll”.

The new and improved CO-OP Food & Drink is a playful mix of Eastern and Western cuisine. This American Brasserie & Sushi Bar offers small plates to share, from Truffle Mac & Cheese to Spicy Tuna Rolls. Great for large parties, the aesthetic was inspired by vintage 1970’s California — comfortable and relaxed, with effortless style.

The Alfus Group is happy to expand Hotel on Rivington’s team, placing a Sales Manager in May, 2012. Their unpretentious culture, and shrewd awareness of new trends, makes Hotel on Rivington a solid destination for lovers of New York’s Lower East Side.

 

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