The Holiday Season is officially here in NYC and love is in the air! People travel from all over the world with their loved ones to see the twinkling lights, shop, ice skate…and propose! Here are Library Hotel Collection’s favorite ‘hot spots’ for proposals during the Holiday Season:
Any guest that has stayed at the Library Hotel would recognize Arman immediately. He’s always ready to assist in any way possible…whether is checking someone in, retrieving luggage, or suggesting a restaurant or Broadway show. He definitely knows what he’s talking about! We’ve been lucky to have Arman on our staff for over 8 years, starting as a Front Desk Agent and currently, as our Assistant Front Office Manager. He might be soft spoken but he ALWAYS goes above and beyond to make sure that every guest has a fantastic experience! Continue Reading
After a long day of sight seeing on a cold New York day, there is nothing better than settling into a warm inviting booth at Tony’s DiNapoli. Tony’s serves up some of the best Old New York Italian favorites right next door to the Casablanca . This year it won the Open Table Diners’ Choice Award and for good reason!
If you asked someone to go to Williamsburg, Brooklyn ten years ago, they probably would’ve called you crazy. “Dangerous,” “crime ridden,” “industrious”…these are all words that used to describe Williamsburg. Nowadays, you’re more likely to hear people refer to Williamsburg as “hipster,” “the new Manhattan,” or “trendy.” Williamsburg is no longer a place to avoid when visiting New York City but rather a “must see” on every visitor’s itinerary. Only a short subway ride from the East Village, I encourage everyone to check out all the awesome things this very popular area of Brooklyn has to offer!
New York City is known as the city that never sleeps, so naturally, we need access to food around the clock! When you have those pesky late-night cravings we know your tummy’s are rumbling for delicious food. Pizza and diners just won’t do. You are craving something different, something filling and you want to sit down and enjoy your meal rather than standing over a counter. When visiting Manhattan, there are so many things to do and see that you might just end up needing to fit in your dinner at 2am. I’ve listed five of my favorite 24 hour restaurants and the reasons why I love them.