Summers are exceptionally blissful in New York City.
Why? Well, the warmest season of the year in a world of the world’s best cities introduces an encore of festivals, celebrations, waterside events, raging concerts, savory meals, and it supreme venues and spaces.
An incredible city like no other, New York City demonstrates that it’s the go-to town for incalculable events, and it’s worth it to explore which domains are the going to be fresh hosts of some of the upcoming summer events.
InterContinental New York Barclay: The luxury Midtown property, which recently underwent a $180 million gut renovation, has developed two incredible specialty suites, one of which has a 1,500-square-foot terrace and overlooking the Chrysler building. The stainless and neat grand ballrooms, meeting spaces, and a grand staircase is seen alongside thoughtful noise-reduction features, a massive new kitchen, and elevators dedicated to beverage services.
Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel: Just a 6-minute sprint from Madison Square Garden and one block away from Penn Station, the Garment District-based lodge has an interactive “Discovery Portal,” an enhanced elevator banks, and oversized quotes from Coco Chanel and Oscar de la Renta marking the walls. More than that, the hotel houses a gastropub, a retractable roof, private cabanas, and two bars at the in-house gather location, Rock and Reilly. Also, Lobby Bar, Library Lounge, a DJ booth, Club Lounge, and a 170 theater-style salon are present.
Offsite Loft: A dedicated event debuted in midtown, the meeting space is a fully furnished zone, equipped with a lounge, cafe, boardroom, a kitchenette, and tech amenities (high-speed Wi-fi, 70-inch LED televisions and microphones).
The Chord Club by Billboard: The Upper East Side locale painted with music-theme decor and a recording studio opened in February. The incredible event space holds up to 75 people, and sound engineers and vocal coaches are made available to assist guests at events.
11 Howard: The 11 Howard Hotel is a 221-room property has art imprinted on its design. In addition to the French concept restaurant, Le Coucou, they provide numerous event spaces, the Creative Studio, a bar called the Blond, and a cozy library space.
The other summertime entertainment centers for the summer include Metrograph, Redbury New York, American Cut Midtown, The Fish Bowl, and Syndicated. These venues will be ideal for corporate parties, team-building activities, business dinners, outdoor functions, weddings, meetings, and other important seasonal, cultural, and celebratory events.
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