As Meliá Hotels International’s first hotel in New York under the INNSIDE by Meliá brand, its flagship North American property INNSIDE New York provides business and leisure travelers with a modern, yet inviting atmosphere combined with contemporary amenities and world-class service.
INNSIDE by Meliá New York brings to life a unique urban lifestyle concept that delivers smart and efficient service, contemporary design, exciting food and beverage destinations and the latest technology to travelers from around the globe. In addition to being just minutes away from many of New York’s most iconic landmarks and attractions, its close proximity to several of the major subway lines allows for quick and convenient access to the most exciting, culturally enriching neighborhoods and business centers throughout the city.
The hotel features 313 stylish and contemporary rooms, including unique Terrace Suites featuring breathtaking views of the Midtown skyline, and City Rooms featuring views of Freedom Tower and the downtown Manhattan skyline.
The hotel recently debuted its new restaurant, The Wilson, that boasts an al fresco dining and an upstairs cocktail bar overlooking a vast, open dining room. The duplex venue features a warm, rustic ambiance that embodies the restaurant’s farm-to-table ethos, and it’s a great place to recharge before or after exploring the city.
For those wanting to explore the city during the month of November, Innside New York NoMad offers MeliaRewards members up to 15 percent off the best available rate, double MeliaRewards points and late check-out (subject to availability). Make your reservations today by contacting the hotel at
212 951 1000 or [email protected].
For more information about INNSIDE by Meliá New York, please visit www.innsidenewyork.com.
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Many small- and medium-sized businesses face time and budget constraints when organizing corporate hotel travel for employees. To address this problem, IHG® Business Edge emerged as a cost-free business travel solution for small- to medium-sized enterprises, offering travel managers exclusive access to enticing perks, handpicked educational resources and comprehensive company travel metrics. IHG Business Edge connects our loyal customers to our portfolio of 5,800 hotels and resorts across 18 brands in more than 100 countries.
This month head west — at least as far as California, where the second annual Crush It Harvest Festival will be held on the West Pavilion Lawn at The Estate Yountville. The festival is held on Oct. 7, beginning that morning and ending when the sun dips below the valley’s horizon.
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