Out of all the restaurants, offices, and hotels under Merchant Hospitality’s vibrant portfolio, their newest flagship venture is sure to stand out from the rest: The Playboy Club. Promising a luxurious atmosphere, this club aims to bring playboy bunnies back into the nightlife scene, along with blackjack and around 30 rooms for its private members.
As March approaches, Spring teases New York with glimpses of warmth and pre-summer sunshine. While the cold nips at night, it is a great time for travelers to consider their upcoming leisure plans. Lavish trips are always entertaining, but the expense and extravagance can be a turn-off. Sometimes it’s nice to just stay close to
A Manhattan mainstay on the Upper West Side, Lincoln Center sets the stage for internationally acclaimed performers and prodigies. The perfect complement to this array of art forms lies just off stage-left, a culinary companion. Encased in glass, the Louvre-esque Lincoln Ristorante beacons art patrons to join them for a meal. Executive Chef Jonathan Benno (awarded
The Roosevelt Hotel opened its doors at the height of New York City’s roaring ’20s era. With elite clientele and a rich ambiance, it was hailed as the “Grand Dame of Madison Avenue.” Historic events and major motion pictures have been hosted here for nearly a century, solidifying The Roosevelt’s stature as an American cultural icon.
In February 1963, The Madison Hotel opened its doors, welcoming President John F. Kennedy as the inaugural guest of honor. Throughout its tenure in our nation’s capital, this regal property has accommodated many international dignitaries, heads of state, and beloved public figures from Frank Sinatra to the Dalai Lama. This historic hotel even served as the
André Balazs’ Standard hotels, with locations in California, Florida and New York, attract young travelers to urban hot spots with a bustling nightlife. Situated on the Hudson River in New York’s meatpacking district, The Standard New York is a great alternative to Midtown’s tourist hotels. Each guest room embodies modern style with clean lines, earth
Yotel New York, both a high-concept hotel and trendy nightlife venue, has something for travelers and locals alike. Recently voted one of the Best New Hotels in New York by AOL Travel, it couples a convenient Midtown location with innovative, high-tech amenities. Each cabin embraces a chic, minimalist design, inspired by Japanese Capsule hotels. Tech-savvy business