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Uber vs. Yellow Cab in New York City

July 20 2017 | Travel Tips

You may know Uber. But Uber in New York City is on a different level, especially if you’re accustomed to cities that are less active. Plus, in New York City there’s alway the option to take a traditional taxi cab. ...

An Architecture Lover’s Tour of NYC

July 03 2017 | Culture

No debate necessary, NYC is a global epicenter of architecture and design. The buildings, the parks, the city skyline, the vastness and unique character of the city must be experienced by all. You may have visited the city, but have...

The Local’s Guide to NYC Museums

June 29 2017 | Culture

Defining NYC as a city of culture is an understatement. The city is alive with art, history, and experiences that go well beyond every tourist’s bucket list. The local city-dwellers here at Triumph Hotels have put their heads together and...

We Need Your Vote!

June 17 2017 | Triumph News

First, we'd like to thank.... You! We've been nominated for Condé Nast Traveler's 2017 Readers Choice Awards. And now we need your vote! All seven of our authentic Triumph Hotels are in the running. Maybe you've just visited one or...

Best Things To Do Around Times Square

June 17 2017 | Events

The heart and soul of New York, Times Square is home to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. From Times Square and Penn Station to Michelin Star restaurants and retail elites, the neighborhood lures with grandeur. This area of...

Opportunities to Invest in or Build a Business in New York City

May 26 2017 | Culture

100 Things to Do This Summer in New York City We’re here to help you find the best ways to spend your time in New York City. So, as we encounter these warmer days together, with each post we’ll let...

New York City Is About to Get Delicious

May 19 2017 | Events

100 Things to Do This Summer in New York City We’re here to help you find the best ways to spend your time in New York City. So, as we encounter these warmer days together, with each post we’ll let...

A Day To Remember In NYC

May 13 2017 | Events

Introducing: 100 Things to Do This Summer in New York City Sure, there are more than that, but you want the best. We’re here to help you find the best ways to spend your time in New York City. So...

Spring! Time To Get In The Game

April 21 2017 | Events

Sports can tell you a lot about yourself. On a team? You better learn pretty quickly how to cooperate and push through trial. Rabid fan? You’ll know, sooner or later, if you just jumped on a bandwagon or bleed your...

Take in All the Color of NYC

April 20 2017 | Events

Spring in New York offers up an explosion of color and life. From the blossoming of trees and blooming of flowers, to the diverse people and cultures of the city. All seem to burst out of their winter doldrums at...

How To See More Of New York City

April 13 2017 | Culture

Discover more of New York this spring. Even if you’ve already taken in the major attractions and think you’ve seen everything this city has to offer, New York City always has another surprise around the corner. If, that is, you’re...

Love, Adventrue, and Mysterious Connections Come to Broadway

April 12 2017 | Events

What will you find in New York City? Connection. New friends. And maybe some old ones too. You never know who you’ll run into or the adventures you’ll find yourself on. Six degrees of separation — an idea put forth...

Venus Williams and March Madness at Madison Square Garden

March 22 2017 | Events

At the Edison, you’re just a short walk or drive away from all the action this month at Madison Square Garden. It’s March, and you know what that means. It’s your opportunity to see some of the best basketball around...

Sipping in the City

March 22 2017 | Events

NYC Whiskey Walk Eight whiskeys. Eight bars. Imbibe Ireland’s premium whiskeys and enjoy time with food and friends. The day starts at 12pm, ends at 10pm, and brings you to some of New York’s best bars. A portion of all...

5 Tips for Enjoying the St. Patrick's Day Parade

March 15 2017 | Travel Tips

It’s a parade older than the United States itself. Every March since 1762, the Irish have paraded through the streets of New York, embedding this tradition into the fabric of the city. It has endured through two centuries, the switch...

Two Classics Coming to Broadway in March

March 15 2017 | Events

When the Lunt-Fontanne theater opened in 1910, it had a retractable roof to keep guests cool. And the Shubert theater holds the record for longest-running show in Broadway history. Between 1975 and 1990 A Chorus Line, which totaled an incredible...

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