The hotel is located on 5th Avenue, though the main entrance is on East 41st Street, just across the street from the New York Public Library and Bryant Park. Other attractions which are walkable from this lovely hotel include the Empire State Building, Times Square, Grand Central Terminal and Rockefeller Center, although it takes around an hour to taxi from New York-JFK airport to the hotel and around half an hour from LaGuardia Airport (LGA). You have easy access to more than a dozen subway lines too, ideal for exploring the rest of Manhattan and beyond. … [Read more...] about Best Hyatt New York: Park Vs Grand Vs Andaz Vs Centric
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He says “As far as I can tell only American schedules LaGuardia departures before 6 a.m. While it’s desirable to get out ahead of other airlines to be first in the departure queue at the crowded airport, those flights push back and… wait. It’s unclear to me the benefit of pushing back more than 5 and 10 minutes early.” … [Read more...] about Why Is American The First Airline To Fly Out Of New York?
afternoon tea at the gorgeous Oscar Wilde lounge earlier in the year. But it was last year in July (when our Oscar was just a twinkle in the eye) that I first tried the restaurant Laurent. Back then the restaurant was brand new – but I already knew I was fan of the food of Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel having tried his cuisine in Miami a few years ago. … [Read more...] about A New York Inspired Brunch at Laurent at Hotel Cafe Royal
For those looking for the ultimate dining experience, Hotel Santa Fe’s Amaya Restaurant offers a unique private dinner option in a traditional teepee. These are available seasonally, from Memorial Day – Labor Day, and are perfect for 2-4 guests. This is family-style dining at its best, in a fun and adventurous way. You can get comfortable with traditional hides and blankets inside while enjoying native cuisine. This is something I’ve never seen before in a hotel! … [Read more...] about A Weekend Guide to Santa Fe, New Mexico
Where New York throbs with pace and animated claustrophobia, Chicago vibes. It has the impressive architecture and never-ending traffic, there are boulevards lined with high-end stores and a steady flow of pedestrian masses, but it feels substantially less “on”. There is room to breathe and strolling up West Madison Street with the unmistakable chill coming off Lake Michigan, Millennium Park crests the busy criss cross grids and flattens out the high rise squeeze. … [Read more...] about Chicago, explore the city’s diverse culinary landscape