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By: Haiting Tan

With numerous hotel options in NYC, the Viceroy Hotel seems to have it all- a fantastic location, luxurious amenities, and rooms that exude a cool design aesthetic. Conveniently situated on Billionaire’s Row it’s the perfect location to explore the holiday magic and cultural side of NYC with Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the theater district all within walking distance. With spacious and trendy rooms, the Viceroy Deluxe is identical to an elegantly chic Manhattan loft with a spacious bathroom and luxurious fittings to indulge the savvy and discerning traveler. Live large and book a park view room that features floor to ceiling windows providing gorgeous park views.

 

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For 180 degree views of Central Park grab a drink at The Roof.  Designed by Roman and Williams, the hotel’s elegantly chic rooftop bar resembles a luxury airliner complete with ipe floors, brass details, custom leather sofas and completed with images of sky, sea and clouds by famed photographer Dalton Portella. Savvy mixologists have created seasonal cocktails such as spiked hot chocolate or herb infused elixirs that can also be enjoyed on the heated outdoor terrace that captures the vibrant energy of Gotham. As New York has long been known as a shopper’s paradise, the Viceroy offers shopping packages to shop for everyone on your list.  Whether it’s a visit to 6 private showrooms to purchase apparel and accessories for 50-70% below retail or guided tours through the chic boutiques in Nolita and Soho you will be rewarded with 2 cocktails at The Roof following a full day of shopping.

 

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Refresh and recharge with a meal at the Kingside Restaurant. Opened by CEO of Gerber Group, Scott Gerber, and helmed by renowned Executive Chef Marc Murphy, Kingside is the perfect venue to enjoy elevated contemporary American cuisine.  Inspired by Murphy’s French heritage, Italian roots and American schooling, enjoy his most popular seasonal offerings with their three course pre theater menu before a night on the town. Consisting of an appetizer, main course and dessert, enjoy delicacies such as a crispy shrimp toast, tomato and eggplant soup, pan roasted scallops with eggplant, or brined and roasted chicken with corn faro.  Desserts are the perfect cue for curtain call with sweet delights such as caramel pudding with bourbon whipped cream and pretzel crumble, ile flottante with salted caramel or an array of rich ice cream from Blue Marble.

 

Viceroy Hotel 120 West 57 St, NYC Viceroyhotelsandresorts.com

 

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