2 -min. read There is no slowing down Soho House. It seems the unveiling of glittering city club and hotel The Ned earlier this year was just the start of things to come.
4 -min. read With MADE Hotel NYC opening September 5th, after a recent site tour of the property we’re even more enthusiastic about this independent debut.
4 -min. read We can now report that PUBLIC New York is officially open (since last week) and, after a spin through the new property, confirm that the hype is warranted.
3 -min. read In case you weren’t already won over, along comes the newest lifestyle hotel in New York’s hot NoMad hood: The James New York – NoMad.
3 -min. read Tomorrow marks the opening of Hotel 50 Bowery, the first New York City hotel from Joie de Vivre.
3 -min. read One of this year’s most anticipated new hotels, Public New York, is opening on June 7 (and since this is Schrager, we’ll call it fashionably late).
4 -min. read Hotel rooftops are always a good idea – so what’s happening in rooftop land in North America this year? Here are eight of the newest on the scene.
3 -min. read The rise of co-working and the desire for more design-forward, intimate meeting spaces has taken renting hotel rooms by the minute from seedy to stylish.
2 -min. read Summer’s round the corner, so here’s our pick of the hottest hotel pools worth dipping your toe into at newly opened hotels in the US and Mexico.
3 -min. read The new Life Hotel opens today in New York in place of the live/work/playground where LIFE magazine writers and artists once held court.
4 -min. read We love hearing about hotels that break the boardroom mold and have meeting rooms that are actually beautiful – places we’d happily spend time in.
4 -min. read The Whitby Hotel, Firmdale’s latest gem, is now open – and there are few hotels quite as design-forward and distinctive as what the Kemps have created here.
3 -min. read If you weren’t convinced that downtown New York is still happening, here comes news that Mr. C Seaport, the second Mr. C Hotel, will open in late 2017.
5 -min. read Here are some of the highlights from our recent tour of the new 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, still in its soft opening phase.
3 -min. read 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, the group’s first new-built property, reflects on the resilience of the human spirit in recovering from destruction through art.
2 -min. read Glocal pioneer The Hoxton is expanding its empire by following its Amsterdam launch with hotels in Paris and Williamsburg (and, rumour has it, LA…).
2 -min. read Here we are on the verge of the apocalypse, but at least we are getting closer to sleeping in Public New York, opening this spring on the Lower East Side.
3 -min. read This month’s first-time sign-ups to the LE collective are standing up for contemporary creativity and coolness in London, NYC and Beijing.
7 -min. read MADE Hotels is set to launch in NYC’s NoMad neighbourhood in February 2017. We talk to CEO Sam Gelin about community, customisation and creativity.
4 -min. read From a Shanghai den of delight to an Australian beachside refuge and New York’s latest urban retreat, here are three hotel hideaways to dream about.
4 -min. read The latest brand new hotel sign-ups to the LE 2017 collective are three city slickers who are all interpreting their legacy in fresh, intriguing ways.
3 -min. read We always knew that The Beekman, Thompson Hotels’ third property for New York City, would be stunning; but walking through the hotel had us wowing all over the place.
2 -min. read We’ve got two and a half years until the first Equinox Hotel opens, but we might as well get crunching on what sort of goals it’s hoping to accomplish.
1 -min. read The latest on the renovation of the iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Park Avenue in Manhattan…
2 -min. read Haute hotel chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten has unveiled his own hotdog stand for luxury Upper East Side hotel The Mark.
1 -min. read In NYC this weekend and in need of a pair of shoes? That’s a completely reasonable scenario. Which is why
2 -min. read The Oetker Collection has just announced that it’s striking out for the Americas – specifically in New York and São Paulo.
2 -min. read Ed Scheetz is out of Hotel Chelsea, reporting that “expenses ran out of control” and there were disagreements with the majority owners.