In what no doubt qualifies as one of the most low key hotel revamps in memory — no marquee unveilings, no press releases — Denihan Hospitality Group’s six Affinia hotels have quietly changed their names. Read more
For anyone befuddled about why Brooklyn lost out to Philadelphia as host to the 2016 Democratic convention the answer is obvious. The planners did the math. Brooklyn owns the gleaming Barclays Center, enough people to make it the fourth largest city in the land (2.5 million to be precise) and more registered Democrats per square foot than just about anywhere this side of San Francisco. What it doesn’t possess are vast stores of hotel rooms. Read more
Last year at this time it looked like New York City would have the honor, such as it is, of being home to the world’s first hotel boasting interiors designed with input from you and me — crowdsourcing, in other words. Read more
What do you need to pull yourself through a bleak, frigid, snow-soaked winter that seems endless, no matter what a certain genetically clairvoyant Staten Island rodent predicted earlier this week? Comfort food. And to guarantee it at an agreeable price NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2015 rolls into town February 16 through March 6 with 340 participants, more than ever before. Read more
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