Hotel Americano and Labyrinth presented Dante’s Inferno: The Seven Deadly Sins, a Halloween Party hosted by Brian Atwood & Jake Deutsch, Nahila La Doña, Jennifer Yepez, Alex Hank, Wesley Vultaggio & Todd Touron.  Guest danced to the mixes and sounds of  Donna D’ Cruz, Carlos Hadraque, Jorge Bustillos while in fabulous costumes, all night throughout the Hotel Americano lobby and the Bar Americano.


Guests Included:  Sir John Barnett, Neil Barrett, Kelly Killoren Bensimon, Stefan Bondell, Peter Brant, Harry Brant,  Pippa Cohen, Peter Dundas, Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert & Oscar Engelbert, Georgia Fowler, Douglas Friedman, Simon Huck, Laura James, Gaia Matisse, Ian Mellencamp, Jacob Morton, Andreja Pejic, Micol Sabbadini and more.


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Located in the heart of Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood alongside the world’s best art galleries and New York’s famed High Line Park, Hôtel Americano is Grupo Habita’s first property in the U.S. and part of an expanding collection that now includes The Robey and the Hollander in Chicago, and twelve celebrated hotels throughout Mexico: Azúcar, Boca Chica, CONDESAdf, Deseo, Distrito Capital, Downtown Mexico, Downtown Beds, Endémico, Habita Hotel, Habita MTY, La Purificadora, and Maison Couturier. Hôtel Americano reflects the spirit of Latin culture while encompassing a variety of international influences. The 10-story building, designed by award-winning Mexican architect Enrique Norten, is a glass structure encased in a metal mesh façade that captures the industrial feel of the surrounding neighborhood. Along the exterior, a glass-enclosed elevator shuttles guests between the street-level restaurant and rooftop terrace. The rooms, designed by French designer ArnaudMontigny known for his work at Parisian boutique Colette, suggest an urban ryokan with wooden platform beds, warm lighting and natural materials. Quality craftsmanship combined with midcentury design classics, custom amenities, and advanced technology provides guests a serene space in which to retreat from the bustle of city life outside.

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