Steeped in a blend of city bustle and charm, The Stamford Marriott Hotel and Spa’s downtown location makes for a must visit travel location. Its spacious rooms and plentiful spa facilities draw guests in from around the country. When this hotel began looking for a new Director of Sales, The Alfus Group was proud to join
1920’s New York is on everyone’s lips, following Baz Luhrmann’s revamp of The Great Gatsby. And while the city has lived a thousand lifetimes since then, a few special spots keep that vintage charm alive. The New Yorker Hotel is an historical icon, pre-dating both the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. At 43 stories and
Turning heads from the start, Hotel Americano’s modern space is the ambitious brainchild of architect Enrique Norten and designer Arnaud Montigny. Their modern concept not only attracts a fashion forward clientele, it catches the eye of international press from Elle Decor Japan to Vogue Portugal, Conde Nast Britain to Architectural Digest Mexico. Buzz continues to spread across the U.S.
White glove service in a vibrant atmosphere defines New York City’s Sanctuary Hotel. This trendy Manhattan mainstay provides every guest with their trademark S.T.A.R.™ Experience, Service Tailored to Any Request. Experienced Managers act as personal assistants, available round-the-clock to handle custom requests. If a guest needs gluten-free breakfast delivered every day, a personal stylist to track down a
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
A beacon of luxurious resort recreation, the Omni Orlando at Champions Gate is a premiere destination in and of itself. This four-diamond resort features 720 spacious rooms and suites, plus two- and three-bedroom villas with a view. Sweeping vistas and rolling greens span fifteen acres on their world-class, 36-hole championship golf course. Guests of all
Historical icon The Pierre hotel, a triumph of Georgian architecture, opened in 1930 to spectacular fanfare. Pioneered by Charles Pierre Casalasco, alongside Wall Street financiers Otto Kahn, E.F. Hutton and Walter P. Chrysler, this luxurious tower catered to New York’s social elite. Casalasco envisioned “the atmosphere of a private club or residence,” characterized by “simplicity and refinement.”
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