INNSIDE New York NoMad allows guests to indulge in the city lifestyle. Located at 132 West 27th St. between 6th and 7th Avenues, the recently opened hotel is within easy access of the city’s iconic landmarks and attractions, including the Highline, Times Square and Madison Square Garden.
INNSIDE New York NoMad is near several major subway lines. Located in the up-and-coming NoMad district, guests can explore the area renowned for antique galleries and weekend flea markets, as well as a number of popular nightlife spots.
INNSIDE New York NoMad boasts 313 spacious guestrooms with neutral contemporary interiors and accents of color, along with oversized floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel offers eight suites, including three unique terrace suites, with breathtaking views of New York’s skyline and the Empire State Building. Each room’s sleek in-room amenities include a Nespresso coffee machine, 42-inch flat-screen TV with USB and Bluetooth connectivity and complimentary minibar. Bathrooms feature a spacious rain shower, tub and a range of SAMPAR products, made with active natural ingredients.
The property’s prime dining option, Impero Caffè, offers an all-day Italian menu in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Designed by one of the country’s top chefs and restaurateurs, Scott Conant, the restaurant reflects his passion for soulful Italian cuisine served with convivial ambiance. For brunch, the restaurant captures the spirit of a traditional Italian coffee house, offering delicious pastries, smooth cappuccinos and espressos to start your day on a positive note. Lunch and dinner menus feature a variety of antipasti and satisfying homemade pasta dishes. Afterwards, guests can head to the hotel’s lobby bar for an extensive range of cocktails, from old-fashioned drinks to seasonal handcrafted beverages in a cool setting.
With two modern meeting rooms, INNSIDE New York NoMad offers flexible event space for social or business gatherings, with a capacity up to 95 people. The hotel also provides a versatile meetings program to encourage creativity. It includes fitness balls, high-tech SMART boards, built-in audio-visual equipment, comfortable furniture and an all-inclusive minibar and coffee station, as well as soft drinks and healthy snacks.
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ONCE THE FINAL MEETING WRAPS and the last contract is signed and sealed with a handshake, what’s next? Do you catch a flight back home or do you take advantage of the destination? If your next business trip is to Italy, we suggest adding a few more days to explore the country’s most amazing hot spots. Make time for more than a mouthwater- ing Italian meal in these three cities.
As airlines start nickel and dime-ing their way into the world’s wallets, travelers have had to get crafty in order to get around newly enacted add-on fees, especially when it comes to in-flight meals. Since this luxury is no longer guaranteed on some flights, particularly on low-cost, long-haul vessels, and because airport food is notoriously overpriced, passengers pack their own food to bring on these long flights. But what types of food are allowed to pass through security and also last multiple hours on a plane in varying temperatures?
I lived in San Francisco during college so coming to visit the city and see all the changes was exciting. The Hotel Zeppelin was built in a once slightly shabby area that has since come alive with new hotels and restaurants for travelers looking for something different. We arrived at noon on a Friday afternoon and were immediately greeted by the hotel staff at the front desk. They were able to accommodate an early check-in, completed in just a few minutes. The lobby is as hip as the hotel name sounds, but it also offered a cozy atmosphere, with a roaring fire and comfy couches and chairs in the lounge area. Unique wall art, statues and lighting remind you of the cool factor.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
There are few things as adult-ish as a well-designed living space. When you stop strewing your Ikea coffee table with old magazines and straw wrappers, and start creating a “lewk” that’s more your style, it’s time to invest in a coffee table book. Sometimes pricey, these are not the tomes you curl up with in your cozy chair. They’re often hefty, artistic and fun and, if chosen correctly, a true representation of your own sense of style and interests.