New York - the city that never sleeps

It's never a bad idea to take a trip over to New York. Every season has its charm. The city that has everything, there’s nothing you can’t do. We know that most of you also know why a visit in New York is always memorable. But, just to remind us all: Huge skyscrapers with incredible views. Incredible food from every corner of the world. Hipster vibes in Williamsburg. The High Line - one of New York's most popular parks built on a once-abandoned elevated rail line. All the wonderful Broadway shows....

Find your calm in the urban oasis - Central Park or get lost in the flashing neon lights of Times Square. Perfect morning activity - cross the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge and reward yourself with an american styled breakfast. Last but not least why we love NYC is all the people that contribute to this great melting pot.

Where to stay

The bohemian and sophisticated SIXTY Soho hotel is located in Soho, one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods. This is the world-famous shopping paradise and artist district in Lower Manhattan. Walk along the cobblestone streets and pop into a cool store and then grab coffee in one of the many Instagrammable cafés. Don't miss the rooftop of SIXTY Soho during the warmer months of the year.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, this is a waterfront retreat with nature inspired rooms. Why stay in the Manhattan skyline when you can enjoy the best skyline view from your room across the East River. Brooklyn Heights is the "first suburb” that lies just one subway stop from Manhattan. Here you can combine the cozy residential feel with all the conveniences of city life.

The Ludlow Hotel in the historically hippest hood - LES - Lower East Side. With its brickwalls you get that lofty industrial vibe. Feels just cool and hip enough without overdoing it. Don't miss to making a reservation at the hotels restaurant, Dirty French.

The Whitby Hotel in the heart of upper Midtown only two blocks away from Central Park. Individually designed rooms with an innovative mix of color, pattern, texture and art. Don't miss the afternoon tea in the Orangery, it feels like you're having your tea and scones in an English summer garden.

For all New York lovers it's time for an update and for all of you that haven't been in New York it's time to make a check mark on your bucketlist. Reach out to [email protected] and she will help you get in love with New York.

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