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Have You Seen? Lantern's Keep is Becoming Instagram Famous

November 16 2017 | Culture

It’s not a token hotel lobby lounge, nor a ubiquitous, copy-and-paste cocktail bar. It’s a warm and unique gathering place for good conversation, friendships new and old, and upscale relaxation. Perhaps you’ve heard of Lantern’s Keep. Nestled inside one of...

The Best Holiday Shopping in NYC 2017

November 10 2017 | Culture

There are many ways to get into the holiday spirit — some people jump into the tinsel head first on the day after Thanksgiving and don’t look back, with the Christmas tunes blaring from every speaker until the new year....

The 6 Most Haunted Places in NYC

October 24 2017 | Culture

Halloween is just fun and games, right? It’s a night for the kids (and adults!) to get dressed up, score a bag full of candy, share some good laughs, and spend the ensuing weeks in a perpetual sugar high. Spirits...

It’s Almost Here! Halloween in NYC & Harvest Week at Hotel Belleclaire

October 18 2017 | Culture

Temperatures are dropping, and darkness is descending earlier each day in New York City, but just as we sink deeper into autumn and the color green fades to brown — something happens. Pumpkins start popping up on curbs and stoops...

The Best Bohemian Spots in NYC

July 06 2017 | Culture

Trendy and boutique shopping, local markets, craft vendors - explore them all with a soundtrack to keep your fun-loving free spirit alive in the Big Apple. We’ve found the most eccentric and unique spots in the city where you’re sure...

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...

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...

Film Festivals Coming to the NYC Neighborhoods in June

May 19 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...

What's New in Nightlife in New York City

May 19 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...

Celebrate the Original Wonder Woman This Mother's Day

April 28 2017 | Culture

As a child, your favorite word was probably “mom.” Maybe it wasn’t consciously your favorite, but we’d bet it was the word you used most often. So it was for most. Because moms are the go-to for so many critical...

Find Out What's Next In New York

April 28 2017 | Culture

What’s next? What’s the next technology to erupt onto the scene and sweep through every sector of the economy? Who’s next? Which of today’s startups will be tomorrow’s Facebook, Uber, Google, or Amazon? Those are literally million-dollar questions with billion-dollar...

A Legendary Celebration in Tribeca

April 28 2017 | Culture

This spring — as with every other since 2002 — while much of the country celebrates blossoming flowers, new foliage, and the return of perennial greenery, New Yorkers will relish in a fresh film landscape at the Tribeca Film Festival....

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...

IN NYC THIS SPRING, ART GETS OUT

April 13 2017 | Culture

New York City’s art community is always pushing the boundaries of creative expression. Here, art overflows into the streets. In a city filled with so many creative people from so many diverse backgrounds, you’ll find art popping up in the...

Where Startups Get Going

March 22 2017 | Culture

In New York City, opportunity doesn’t just knock. It’s already got the car gassed up and breakfast to go. This is a city of opportunity. New York City is home to an almost endless list of the world’s top media...

The Secret to Shopping in NYC

March 07 2017 | Culture

Here, it couldn’t be easier to find your way to the top designer brands and best stores. What can be elusive, however, is the best deals. And that’s where things go a bit … underground. They’re called “sample sales,” and...

March is for Movies

March 03 2017 | Culture

The Tribeca neighborhood is known all over the world for the Tribeca Film Festival. And rightly so. Each year the festival attracts an estimated three million people. For those interested in film and its power to communicate truth and spur...

Holiday Season in NYC

December 18 2015 | Culture

New York comes alive for the holidays, and The Washington Jefferson Hotel’s convenient Times Square location offers access to the many timeless Christmas events in New York. From classics like George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker, to massive celebrations like the Times...

Top 10 Hidden Gems Like Hotel Chandler in NYC

July 09 2015 | Culture

Contrary to popular belief, Hotel Chandler is not the only hidden gem in New York City.  Reaching from the very top to the very tip of Manhattan, are tons of cool, beautiful, and interesting sites that are not very easily...

The History of Hotel Chandler's Neighborhoods

April 22 2015 | Culture

Hotel Chandler is located at the heart of Manhattan bordering three historic New York City neighborhoods: Murray Hill, the Flatiron and the NoMad District. Murray Hill derives its name from the Murray family, 18th-century Quaker merchants mainly concerned with shipping...

Coffee Destinations in Tribeca

March 02 2015 | Culture

Finally New York City is taking it’s coffee seriously. With a hundreds of coffee shops all over the City it should be easy to find a good quality coffee, but unfortunately there are still places that serve a brownish liquid...

Fashion Week in New York City

February 09 2015 | Culture

Whether or not you have managed to snag tickets to one of the shows during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week there is plenty to keep you busy in the City during the festive and fabulous week! However, before hitting the City’s...

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