Set on Chelsea’s thriving West Side at the crossroads of all events surrounding New York Fashion Week, The High Line Hotel is celebrating all things fashion from morning to evening with new offerings, events and partnerships.
To kick off New York Fashion Week, The Bar at The High Line Hotel launched a new bourbon menu of cocktails and exclusive Pinhook Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Intelligentsia Coffee welcomes visitors to linger over their favorite beverage between Fashion Week events in the hotel’s lobby and front garden. For those who want to see and be seen during Fashion Week, the hotel’s Alta Linea outdoor restaurant is this summer’s hot spot.
To keep guests and visitors hydrated and feeling fresh between shows, Organic Avenue, the only organic plant-based grab-and-go brand in the United States, is serving cold-pressed juices, booster shots, sandwiches and salads from a pop-up service bar in the hotel’s front garden through the month of October.
The Town & Country Atelier is recharging customers with midday Zoya manicures as well as offering editor meet-and-greets and a variety of luxe accessories on the ground floor of the hotel this weekend.
Upcoming fashion presentations include Oxford Fashion Studio on Sept. 12, representing some of the top up-and-coming designers from around the world, and Art Hearts Fashion on Sept. 15, featuring events showcasing collections from designers and artists in a contemporary Fashion Week setting.
Originally built in 1895 as student housing for the General Theological Seminary, The High Line Hotel offers 60 guestrooms and suites within a rare, cloistered community overlooking the High Line park and an enclosed private garden.
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Copa Airlines is celebrating its 75th anniversary by showcasing a Boeing 737-800 NG in an aircraft livery that harkened back to the airline’s look in the 1990s. During that time, Copa Airlines launched an expansion of their network to become the Hub of the Americas®, changing the way to travel to and connect in our Continent.
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The Lanesborough, one of London’s most luxurious properties and part of Oetker Collection, offers a romantic afternoon tea experience alongside a hotel stay just in time for Valentine’s Day. Available Feb. 11, 12 and 14, Valentine’s Afternoon Tea features Rosé Champagne and a rose cake to share with that special someone.
Cougar Point is one of five courses making up Kiawah Island Golf Resort. Famed South African golf professional Gary Player — many others have tried to emulate his signature walk-through swing — originally designed the course in 1976, opening as Marsh Point. In 1996 Player returned to Kiawah to redesign the course, keeping the same footprint and renaming it Cougar Point. Oak trees line the course, and the Kiawah River runs through several scenic holes. The back nine features a great deal of water protecting the greens for added difficulty.
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