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Guides / Hotel Gansevoort Meatpacking

Gansevoort Meatpacking is an iconic hotel that has called New York City home for more than 15 years. The 186-room hotel features a full-service ground-floor restaurant, year-round rooftop bar and restaurant, a 45-foot heated outdoor pool, and indoor and outdoor space where guests can enjoy unobstructed, 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline.

Located on Ninth Ave and 13th Street, Gansevoort is an anchor in Manhattan’s vibrant Meatpacking District, which has transformed from an industrial district into a hub for fashion, design, culinary excellence and the arts. The property is just steps away from the Hudson River, the High Line, Little Island, premium shopping and dining, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Chelsea Market and more. The property has completed a top-to-bottom renovation touching all floors, accommodations and public spaces.

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The Resy Guide to New York’s Best Rooftop Bars and Restaurants

Sipping craft cocktails and enjoying delicious food can rarely be improved upon, but a stunning view of our fair New York City is one upgrade we’ll never say no to. Now that the weather is getting warmer, we’re in the mood for rooftops with excellent menus and front-row seats to the gorgeous skyline we call home. We’ve rounded up the best of the best just for your benefit, so grab your crew, your sunglasses, your most Instagram-worthy outfit, and head straight to the top.

Translated literally to “something new,” Saishin is serving up sushi omakase with a view from the top of the Gansevoort Hotel. Choose from a la carte ($12 to $26), 12 courses ($135), or 15 courses ($155), topped off with a complimentary glass of sake for every diner. The cocktail list itself is also sake heavy, with more than 10 bottles to choose from and our personal favorite, the sake margarita.

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NYCxDESIGN AWARD WINNERS 2022

Nearly 500 designers, architects, and manufacturers gathered at One Penn Plaza in Manhattan May 10 to celebrate the winners and honorees of the 7th annual NYCxDESIGN Awards hosted by Interior Design editor in chief Cindy Allen. Check out the winner’s gallery below.

 

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The Best Vermouths Are for Drinking Every Day

These picks from cocktail pros will change the way you think about this fortified wine.

Curating the perfect bottles for your home bar takes time, patience, and attention to detail—vermouth, however, tends to be overlooked in that process, with many settling for the familiar labels that once collected dust on their parents’ and grandparents’ shelves. And that’s perhaps just the issue: to date, dry and sweet vermouths have been respectively relegated to the occasional splash in homemade martinis and Manhattans when, in reality, they’re both capable of so much more.

Vermouth is a fortified wine (think sherry, Port, or Madeira) that’s been taken a step further by being infused with a variety of botanical ingredients like spices, herbs, roots, flowers, and more. Most associate vermouth as a whole with Martini & Rossi, which is one of the largest and most well-known brands in the business, though there are many other producers throughout the Old and New Worlds, and each producer’s recipe differs from one to the next. If you haven’t yet tried other vermouths outside of the Martini & Rossi family, you’re in for a whole new landscape of flavors, colors, textures, and more.

Sweet vermouth in particular has been one of my favorite categories to explore, especially when making low-ABV cocktails at home, either for myself on a low-key weeknight or for a crowd as a dinner party apéritif, batched ahead of time and poured for each guest as they file through the door. I can’t resist opening friends’ and acquaintances’ eyes (and, let’s be honest, the occasional perfect stranger’s) to somewhat obscure classic fortified wine cocktails like the Adonis, which couldn’t be easier to make on the fly. The perfect collision of dry sherry, sweet vermouth, bitters, and a twist of orange or lemon, give this late-19th century drink and its ilk a serious chance of becoming your new favorite way to deplete your vermouth stash, before it starts to sour.

Best Italian: Martini & Rossi Riserva Speciale Rubino Vermouth

Region: Torino, Italy | ABV: 18% | Tasting Notes: Red fruits, sandalwood, herbs, cracked pepper

Pros

  • ●  New release

  • ●  All-purpose

    Cons

  • ●  Higher price point than its classic counterpart

Why we chose it: We all know the classic Martini & Rossi sweet vermouth, but this new expression is a serious step up.

Federico Doldi, Beverage Director of New York hotel Gansevoort Meatpacking, shares his go-to sweet vermouth pick: “I personally prefer the artisanal Martini Rubino vermouth of the Martini & Rossi family, a rich complex vermouth Di Torino that is based on a famed 150-year-old recipe. I chose to feature Martini Rubino in the Negroni alongside Martini bitter-infused coffee beans, Bombay Sapphire gin, and lemon essence at Coffee + Cocktails at Gansevoort Meatpacking. Blending select wines with artemisia and red sandalwood botanicals, it makes a perfect addition to any classic cocktail.”

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‘Packing’ A Post-Pandemic Punch

The pioneering Gansevoort Meatpacking reinvents itself post-pandemic.

Living in WAG country as we do, we all need a New York City hotel every once in a while – for work, for play, to attend a specific event or celebration, for good deeds or perhaps even nefarious ones.

Well, I have just the one. Launched in 2004, Gansevoort Meatpacking was an immediate hit, with its live DJs, rooftop lounge and year-round heated pool. The newly gussied-up Meatpacking District was just coming into its own at the time. The New York annex of London’s too-cool-for-school Soho House had opened the previous year and Diane von Fürstenberg’s flagship West 14th Street store was just about to. Then, hot on its heels, came the Highline, Christian Louboutin and an Apple store. Bohemians, hipsters, tourists — even diehard Upper East Siders — all flocked to the area to see what was going on.

But, a recession and a pandemic later, and the outlook has understandably changed. The Gansevoort’s owners have divested themselves of their sister hotel on Park Avenue as well as a resort in Turks & Caicos. And although the “Gansevoort Hotel Group” styling suggests — and as group-owner Michael Achenbaum himself has more than hinted — new acquisitions or openings for the group may be in the pipeline, the focus is on the original property for the time being.

Gansevoort Meatpacking was always a good bet for its fun, laid-back, vibe, but when I last visited four years ago, it was definitely showing signs of age — more “shabby” than “chic,” you might say. It needed work. Now after a multimillion-dollar renovation and rebrand, which has seen redesigned common parts, spruced-up rooms and new food and beverage outlets, the Gansevoort is once again a serious contender. And here’s something to note: At a time when room rates — not only in our region but as far as I can tell across the entire world — seem to be rising stratospherically, Gansevoort heartwarmingly remains good value for the money. The hotel even welcomes pets.

On the first floor is a new-concept, all-day eatery, Coffee and Cocktails, or C+C as it known, with petrol-blue leather banquettes and a glamorous bar at the far end. It also sports a wide outdoor terrace, with bamboo French bistro chairs, made for wannabe Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre types. All boxes are ticked here: Avocado toast with flax seeds for breakfast, paninis or, perhaps, black truffle tagliatelle for a light lunch. It might be churlish to mention the lady at the table next to me who asked for a dry martini received a sweet vermouth over ice, but she was gracious about it and accepted the drink regardless, so pretty did it look in its cut-glass coupe, complete with edible decoration.

C+C ticks décor boxes, too. A walnut bookcase contains the de rigueur Crossley record player, with a Jimi Hendrix Experience album cover beside it, and heavy tomes of Keith Haring, Peter Lindbergh and Virgil Abloh. And all the while, looking down on the proceedings, is a Banksy original 2003 “Flying Copper,” with its “smiley face” smile, a face that is not, it must be said, without a touch of malevolence. The artwork is Michael Achenbaum’s own. He is in fact a collector of some renown and the hotel is a repository of notable art.

Another Gansevoort F&B outlet, The Chester — which bills itself as an American bistro and also has a street terrace — is open all day and into the evening for casual dining. It’s as popular with residents as with hotel guests.

In the 186 guest rooms, you’ll find blue and gray ombré wallpaper (referencing the Hudson River outside the window) a backlit walnut headboard (inspired by the High Line) and a retro Marshall radio. Each room also features a fitness device by the company Mirror, which is to say an interactive home gym via a free-standing cheval mirror that contains a built-in screen, like a TV in a hotel bathroom mirror. (There is also a regular hotel gym for Luddites who like to keep fit.) I found my northwest- facing corner suite, with its well-appointed bathroom and Juliet balcony, to be superbly comfortable, although to be honest any would-be Romeo would have to shout at the top of his voice to attract Juliet’s attention above the Ninth Avenue traffic. Shakespearean Verona the Meatpacking District is not, although its cobbled streets — retained and restored in the last three years — have always given the area a European flavor.

Fancy a swim? Head to the Gansevoort Rooftop. This urban oasis, with its rather lovely, year-round heated pool and unobstructed, 360-degree views of Manhattan, has also been completely refreshed. A full menu, inspired by the Union Square Green Market, is offered poolside.

A new rooftop addition — and one with special appeal to non-hotel guests, too — is the omakase sushi bar, Saishin, from the highly regarded, Michelin-rated Kissaki Hospitality Group. Settled in at the 16-seat counter, I savored a 12-course omakase dinner that included Long Island fluke with pickled wasabi, Hawaiian amberjack, Hokkaido sea urchin in nori and salmon tempura with crispy rice. True, the special of the day, slow-cooked monkfish liver, was something of an acquired taste, one I’m not sure I have yet fully acquired, but I would race back to Saishin for the yuzu panna cotta alone — and me not a dessert lover.

As if all this were not enough, Gansevoort guests will soon have a further new experience to enjoy, this one underground, when the hotel welcomes a basement karaoke and bowling bar in the fall.

Beyond the Gansevoort’s front door, new luxury brands in the area, including Restoration Hardware, Rolex and Loro Piana, along with Barry Diller and Diane von Fürstenberg’s recently unveiled Little Island of cultural programming are signs that the Meatpacking District generally is coming back to life after the pandemic. And they add yet further appeal to a stay at the hotel, which Achenbaum calls, “Gansevoort Meatpacking, all grown-up.”

 

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Watch Out, Wall Street. A New Golden Bull Sculpture Makes Its Debut Today.

Who says New York City has no time for bull? A new four-hoofed art installation in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District is both an homage and artsy throw-down to the iconic Golden Bull a few miles south on Wall Street.

Released as part of New York’s inaugural Art Week—and in celebration of Cinco de Mayo — El Toro de Oro by Mexican contemporary Artist Enrique Cabrera, debuts today at 5 p.m. in front of the Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel, which recently emerged from a $30 million renovation. The temporary sculpture will remain in place through the summer.

The cobblestone-street neighborhood once known for drugs and prostitution turned around in the late 1990s and early 2000s with fashionable boutiques by designers like Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen, and later transformed with the rise of the The High Line pedestrian park. Today, the district that runs from West 14th Street south to Gansevoort Street, and from the Hudson River east to Hudson Street, is home to some of Manhattan’s priciest apartments and shops even as it maintains its boho-chic cred.

The bull fits right in. The geometric bovine atop a wooden butcher block-inspired base is said to be a visual representation of the Meatpacking District’s muscular turnaround from gritty industrial no-man’s-land to a thriving global hub of art, fashion and luxury retail.

El Toro de Oro is constructed from lingot bronze and stands seven-feet long. The installation coincides with the kickoff of Art Week New York, an inaugural city-wide initiative taking place from May 5-12 at museums, auction houses and public and private event spaces around the city. That includes the nearby Whitney Museum, which is currently hosting the Whitney Biennial 2022 through September 5. Art Week events are on also now at Christie’s, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and elsewhere around town.

Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel itself is something of an art destination. The property is known for an impressive in-house art collection that includes Banksy’s Flying Copper, Hassan Hajjaj’s Marque 2013 and Richard Hambleon’s Standing Shadow – Blue, all on public view in the lobby and hotel cafe. Upstairs in the penthouse, designed by Italian furniture brand Poliform, the walls are hung with art by Adi Oren, Daniel Mazzone and photographer Mick Rock.

Since the pandemic, the Meatpacking District has been prioritizing public art as part of the Open Streets program that saw increased foot traffic and a craving for outdoor art. Most recently, the neighborhood hosted Colombian figurative artist and sculptor Fernando Botero’s Sphinx sculpture in honor of the artist’s 90th birthday. This summer, the neighborhood will see the return of the L.E.A.F. Festival of Flowers, with intricate floral arrangements and booths taking over the streets to mark the official kick off to summer in Meatpacking.

El Toro de Oro will remain in place in front of Gansevoort Meatpacking, on the corner of 9th Avenue and 13th Street, through Labor Day 2022.

Yep, and that’s no bull.

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‘EL TORO DE ORO’ IS A $1 MILLION BRONZE BULL CHARGING INTO NYC’S MEATPACKING DISTRICT

NYC is getting a swanky new steer to rival the famous Charging Bull on Wall Street and Miami’s newly-installed “Bitcoin Bull” courtesy of a $1 million bronze bull unveiled today at the Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel.

El Toro de Oro, a shimmering sculpture by Mexican artist Enrique Cabrera, debuts on Cinco de Mayo with support from the Mexican Consulate of New York–and Maxim.com has the exclusive first look.

The baller bull is the latest attraction in this nightlife-rich neighborhood known for bars, restaurants and historic hot spots like Boom Boom Room at the Standard Hotel, not to mention the Whitney Museum of American Art, and designer Diane von Furstenburg’s new “Little Island” with media mogul Barry Diller. 

The glammy El Toro de Oro aims to offer “a visual representation of the Meatpacking District’s immense transformation over the last two decades, depicting a geometric bull atop a wooden butcher block-inspired base,” according to a release trumpeting the bronze bull.

“The wooden pedestal pays homage to the district’s gritty history of meatpackers with the rising gold bull from the block – representative of the neighborhood’s more recent life.”

Multidisciplinary sculptor Cabrera originally hails from Veracruz, Mexico, but you can find his work in the Museum Picasso de Antibes in France and the world-famous Louvre in Paris. Cabrera’s iconic skull sculpture titled Palmarius has even traveled 28 countries, from Dubai to Los Angeles.

“I would say an artist’s identity to themselves and to their craft is of the utmost importance,” Cabrera tells Maxim. “Once you have garnered a certain level of success and a spotlight shines on your work, you also get a platform to be an advocate for your beliefs which can include your culture and where you come from.”

“My work often involves a series of seven pieces each and replicates a theme in a variety of presentations,” he continues. “A bull just so happens to be my muse in my most recent works.”

As the eighth bull in this series. El Toro de Oro breaks Cabrera’s traditional approach. Tailor-made for the Meatpacking District, this latest work is also Cabrera’s only bull built to live outdoors. “While all of my projects have a magnificent creation story, this one is even more special to offer to the world as we slowly come out of a global pandemic,” Cabrera says of the sculpture’s resilience.

Pure bronze shines like megawatt gold, but as viewers come closer to El Toro de Oro they’ll notice its natural imperfections, created organically through interactions with the weather.

“Imperfections are actually the truest form of perfection,” Cabrera states. “In everyone’s life there are moments that things do not go right, but those are the parts of life that shape us. In El Toro de Oro the metal has its own life—you could go up to the piece and see something that might be a bit off, but that is the part that is the most beautiful.”

The sculpture’s grand reveal aligns with both a worldwide Mexican celebration and art history–and not just because El Toro de Oro joins Gansevoort Meatpacking’s impressive collection featuring works by Banksy, Richard Hambleton, and Hassan Hajjaj.

May 5 also marks the start of New York Art Week, and four art fairs—Independent, TEFAF New York, NADA New York, and the Future Fair. Furthermore, 2022 marked the first year the Whitney Museum’s hotly anticipated Biennial steps  just outside the border to include Mexican artists in its roster.

“My work is a representation of me and who I am as an artist,” Cabrera says. “It is a great honor to be a representative of Mexico in the world and generate ambition in the Latino and Hispanic communities to bring them closer to their own craft. I want to help promote the arts to the masses. At the end of the day, art helps everyone be better human beings.”

Unlike the Whitney, however, El Toro de Oro is free and open to the public all hours of the day. “I want El Toro de Oro to be something that the people of New York and the world can connect with like they do with the Charging Bull of Wall Street,” the artist concludes. “The only difference is our bull has a crown.”

Catch El Toro de Oro and celebrate NYC’s Latinx heritage through Labor Day. 

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New York Gets a New Bull, and Other News

The bronze Charging Bull statue outside of the New York Stock Exchange is getting a younger brother. Debuting today in front of the Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel, Mexican artist Enrique Cabrera’s El Toro de Oro isn’t a symbol of a prosperous economy but rather an ode to the neighborhood’s gritty heritage as an epicenter for slaughterhouses and meat packing plants. Perched atop a base inspired by a butcher block, the reflective geometric bull features a shiny gold exterior in a nod to the area’s modern transformation into a hub of art, nightlife, and high-end fashion. 

“It only makes sense that this piece, signifying the convergence of old and new in the greatest city in the world, would live on these streets,” says Cabrera, known for his large-scale skull sculpture, Palmarius, that has traveled to more than 28 countries. The unveiling coincides with the kickoff to the inaugural New York Art Week, a city-wide initiative showcasing exhibitions, events, and biennials alongside four art fairs: Independent, TEFAF New York, NADA New York, and the Future Fair. El Toro de Oro will be on view through Labor Day. —Nate Storey

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ICONIC GANSEVOORT MEATPACKING HOTEL AND INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ARTIST ENRIQUE CABRERA UNVEIL EL TORO DE ORO
Debuting on Cinco De Mayo 2022 in Tandem with New York’s First Art Week,
New York City’s Meatpacking District Will Welcome a Million Dollar Bronze Bull to Rival Wall Street’s
Enrique Cabrera the first Mexican and Latin plastic artist to solo exhibit in Meatpacking District El Toro de Oro to Bring Latino Art Downtown, Promote the Latinx Community and Culture Sculpture to Symbolize the City and Hospitality Industry’s Strength in the Late-Stage Pandemic Era
New York, NY (May 5, 2022) – Gansevoort Meatpacking, the hotel credited for the revitalization of the Meatpacking District during both its original opening in 2004 and its $30 million dollar renovation post-pandemic in 2021, is continuing to usher in a new era of the neighborhood with New York’s newest bull – El Toro De Oro – by Mexican contemporary artist Enrique Cabrera. The hotel, known for its robust art program that includes pieces from Bansky, Richard Hambleton and Hassan Hajjaj, will unveil the sculpture in front of the hotel on Cinco de Mayo with support from The Meatpacking Business Improvement District (The BID) and the Mexican Consulate of New York, in celebration of Cabrera’s Mexican heritage.
El Toro De Oro will be a visual representation of the Meatpacking District’s immense transformation over the last two decades, depicting a geometric bull atop a wooden butcher block- inspired base. The wooden pedestal pays homage to the district’s gritty history of meatpackers with the rising gold bull from the block - representative of the neighborhood’s more recent life as the go-to art, fashion and luxury boutique mecca. Created from lingot bronze, El Toro de Oro will stand 4x4x7 feet long on a 7x9 foot long block, welcoming hotel guests and residents of the cobble stoned neighborhood with a regal presence. Upon first glance, the polished bull will appear without blemish, but with further inspection, intentional imperfections will shine through, a nod to the hardworking nature of New York.
To celebrate El Toro De Oro’s arrival to New York, a free commemorative digital collectible (authenticated via blockchain) is available to all visitors, with a QR code at the base of the sculpture allowing for a direct link to collect it. Additional limited-edition NFT’s, as well as physical sculptures are available for purchase at the official El Toro De Oro website, located online at www.eltorodeoro.art. All art and sculptures are digitally signed, tagged, and authenticated by the artist, Enrique Cabrera.

El Toro de Oro will be unveiled on May 5th, which marks the start of the first New York Art Week,

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NEW YORK GETS A NEW BULL: ICONIC GANSEVOORT MEATPACKING HOTEL, THE MEATPACKING BID AND INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ARTIST ENRIQUE CABRERA UNVEIL EL TORO DE ORO

Debuting on Cinco De Mayo 2022 in Tandem with New York's First Art Week, New York City's Meatpacking District Will Welcome Golden Bull to Rival Wall Street's

El Toro de Oro to Bring Latinx Art Downtown, Promote the Latinx Community and Culture

Sculpture to Symbolize the City and Hospitality Industry's Strength in the Late-Stage Pandemic Era

NEW YORK, May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- In partnership with the Meatpacking BID, Gansevoort Meatpacking, the hotel credited for the revitalization of the Meatpacking District with its opening in 2004, is continuing to usher in a new era of the neighborhood with New York's newest bull – El Toro de Oro – by Mexican Contemporary Artist Enrique Cabrera. The hotel will today unveil the temporary sculpture in front of the hotel with support from the Mexican Consulate of New York, in celebration of Cabrera's Mexican heritage, permitted as part of the New York City Department of Transportation's Art Program.

El Toro de Oro's unveiling today coincides with the kickoff of the first New York Art Week, with four art fairs—Independent, TEFAF New York, NADA New York, and the Future Fair—opening in the city. Auction houses and museums such as Meatpacking's Whitney Museum are also taking part.

El Toro de Oro is a visual representation of the Meatpacking District's immense transformation over the last two decades, depicting a geometric bull atop a wooden butcher block-inspired base. The wooden pedestal pays homage to the district's gritty history of meatpackers with the rising gold bull from the block - representative of the neighborhood's more recent life as the go-to art, fashion and luxury boutique mecca. Created from lingot bronze, El Toro de Oro will stand 4x4x8 feet long on a 7x1x8 foot long block, welcoming hotel guests and residents of the cobble-stoned neighborhood with a regal presence. Upon first glance, the polished bull appears without blemish, but with further inspection, intentional imperfections shine through, a nod to the hardworking nature of New York.

"Through recession, renaissance, pandemic and revival, our hotel has witnessed and helped shape change in the Meatpacking District," said Michael Achenbaum, President & Founder, Gansevoort Hotel Group. "From being home to the Whitney Museum to the opening of Little Island from Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg, the neighborhood is on the right trajectory as is New York City. We are proud to support the community of artists and visionaries who have made their home here."

Gansevoort Meatpacking, which debuted a 30 million dollar renovation last summer, has become a pillar in the community for its cultural programming. Known for its robust in-house collection of art, guests and locals alike are welcomed in to view works such as Banksy's Flying Copper, Hassan Hajjaj's Marques, 2012 and Richard Hambleton's Standing Shadow – Blue, all housed in Gansevoort's black marble lobby and European-inspired cafe, Coffee + Cocktails. The hotel's penthouse, designed by Italian furniture brand Poliform, also serves as a gallery for artists like Adi Oren, Frank Stella, Daniel Mazzone and famed photographer Mick Rock.

Cabrera, who hails from Veracruz, Mexico, is a multidisciplinary sculptor and professional photographic restorer, dedicated to promoting Mexican culture beyond the country's borders. His work has been commissioned by organizations including CENIDIAP (National Center of Investigation in Fine Arts) and INBA (National Institute of Fine Arts), with pieces featured in the Museum Picasso de Antibes in France and the world-famous Louvre in Paris. His iconic skull sculpture, Palmarius, has traveled to more than 28 countries, with stints in Paris, Cannes, Dubai, Rome, Florence, Tokyo, Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.

Best defined by a series of seven pieces each, Cabrera's collections replicate a theme in a variety of presentations, with the bull being the subject of some of his most recent works. Created specifically for The Meatpacking District, El Toro de Oro breaks the mold of Cabrera's bull series, living independently from the original seven and standing alone as the only sculpture created from bronze and designed for outdoor installation.

"The Meatpacking District represents legacy and community, which is deeply rooted in my work," said Cabrera. "It only makes sense that this piece, signifying the convergence of old and new in the greatest city in the world, would live on these streets. I am a longtime fan of Gansevoort, so being part of the hotel's transformation made it feel like a perfect fit."

In addition to the introduction of El Toro de Oro, more of a spotlight on Mexican American artists in Meatpacking comes via the opening of the long-awaited Whitney Museum's Biennial –one of the country's most comprehensive exhibitions of American art. This year, the organization is taking a look at American art but also stepping just outside the border to include Mexican artists in its roster.

El Toro de Oro will remain in its place of honor in front of Gansevoort Meatpacking through Labor Day 2022. An anchor in Manhattan's vibrant Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Meatpacking is located on 18 9th Ave, on the corner of 9th Avenue and 13th Street.

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Dreaming of a New York getaway? Here's why Hotel Gansevoort should be your luxurious base camp

If you're a big Sex and the City fan like me then you'll fully appreciate Hotel Gansevoort, quite literally giving major Carrie Bradshaw and the gals energy, as it's on the street that they saunter across the cobblestone streets at the end of Sex and the City 2. 

Conveniently located in the heart of Manhattan's meatpacking district, this New York hotel is a stone's throw to the Chelsea Market, the Whitney Museum and the Highline, and – being one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in the Tribeca – it offers up great restaurants and trendy cafés, but more importantly shopping and designer stores. It's the perfect location to use as a base for busy day activities straight into a night on the town with ease!

First impressions of the sleek modern hotel lobby looks like a city-breakers dream, it felt swanky, sexy but understated and check-in was a breeze which is always a win, and the delightful staff at the front desk brought my attention to the coffee and cocktails concept situated at the side of the entrance, another win, making it an accessible but attractive spot for a quick bite or a cheeky Cosmopolitan in the early afternoon. Win-win. 

Stepping into our Manhattan suite was like staying in a grown-up luxury apartment, the full "New York" experience I was looking for, and the more-than-generous square footage meant that squabbling would be kept to a minimum between my significant other half. After a whistle-stop tour of the suite, we noticed it had excellent amenities, even hair straighteners… everything you need to save on precious luggage room.  

Feeling slightly tired from our flight, we were keen to get on the rooftop for refreshments and take in the sweeping views of the skyline IRL. Then there's the heated pool, you'll be happy to know that this urban oasis is accessible by guest-only, extra points for exclusive vibes!

With a jam-packed itinerary of restaurants and spots to visit on this short trip, working out was just not on the agenda, but for those who are travelling for work and need to stay on track with fitness goals, the 24-hour gym and smart interactive mirror in the room come in very handy, along with the sizeable workspace essential for those who work are here for business and pleasure. 

But enough about work, the time has come for our eagerly anticipated culinary experience at the Saishin Sushi restaurant also on the rooftop, which is accessed through a seemingly hidden entrance revealing a more private area, a very nice touch! 

On the menu was the Omakase taster menu, expertly prepared in front of you, the epitome of dining in style. I recommend you try everything, including the sea urchin, you will not regret it. But you might regret not ordering the fusion cocktails to compliment your meal, the Sake-Margarita was my personal favourite.

The only disappointment of our stay was that it wasn't long enough, and the top-notch customer service made us feel like rockstars, and that alone will make me come back, so if you're planning a city getaway with your plus one or the besties, Gansevoort definitely won't disappoint. A lot can happen in a New York minute.

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The 8 Best Cocktail Lounges In NYC

Here are the best cocktail lounges in NYC, no matter what type of drink suits your mood.

Gansevoort Rooftop Located in the Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Rooftop manages to stick out from the crowd. Enjoy 360-degree views of Manhattan, all the way to Hudson River, while sipping on a Pisco Party—a sweet mix of Pisco Suyo, blue cotton candy egg white and butterflies. The spot was just renovated in 2021, giving it a bright, welcoming look and feel. 

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Soho House members ‘devastated’ exclusive rooftop is closed

Soho House members are furious that the club’s iconic rooftop in the Meatpacking District is closed just as the weather heats up.

On a recent Friday, well-heeled patrons looking to spend the afternoon sipping Aperol spritzes poolside were in for a rude awakening as they found out the rooftop floor was a construction scene.

“Couldn’t they have done this in the winter?” said one annoyed thirty-something woman in a floral dress and jean jacket as she received the bad news in the club’s elevator. “Why couldn’t they have gotten it done during the pandemic like the L train?” her pal chimed in.

Other members are fleeing to neighboring perches such as the Restoration Hardware’s RH Rooftop Restaurant, Catch, STK and the Gansevoort Hotel.

“We are gaining customers,” Sean Largotta, a partner at the Gansevoort, told The Post. The hotel recently spent more than $30 million renovating the hotel, including installing fireplaces and an omakase bar on its roof. So many people wanted to visit last week, the hotel decided to push up its opening time from 4 p.m. to 1 p.m.

“That decision was 100% made because of demand — people were at reception begging us to let them up,” Largotta said.

“It’s funny. I can look down at the Soho House roof from our roof,” he continued. “I see all the big blue tarps, and the piles of wood, and I am like, ‘I wouldn’t do renovations on my roof in April, but I’m not complaining if they do."

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The 8 Best Cocktail Lounges In NYC

Here are the best cocktail lounges in NYC, no matter what type of drink suits your mood.

Located in the Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Rooftop manages to stick out from the crowd. Enjoy 360-degree views of Manhattan, all the way to Hudson River, while sipping on a Pisco Party—a sweet mix of Pisco Suyo, blue cotton candy egg white and butterflies. The spot was just renovated in 2021, giving it a bright, welcoming look and feel. 18 Ninth Ave.

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Rooftop Bars Of New York City, The Best Places For A Drink And Eats

It’s spring – time to head outdoors to enjoy a cooling beverage with bites or even a full meal at one of New York City’s rooftop bars. 

Sip an elevated craft cocktail while enjoying unobstructed 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River from downtown in the sizzling hot Meatpacking District at The Gansevoort Rooftop, Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC. The Rooftop brings bar food favorites to a new level. The outdoor seating opposite the main dining area is a perfect place to catch the rays and work on a tan, but if you prefer indirect exposure, sit inside with floor-to-ceiling windows in the Rooftop’s Greenhouse. Fridays and Saturday nights from 9pm on, the DJ plays live sets.

For a not-to-be-missed experience on the hotel’s rooftop, head to intimate Saishin at the back of the main dining space. This rooftop omakase concept offers both a twelve-piece omakase experience and a la carte options crafted by Michelin Star-trained sushi Chef Frankie Yong Doon Chef Frankie's sea urchin topped with wasabi

Chef Frankie serves melt-in-your-mouth sushi of the freshest variety: scallops, red snapper, sea urchin, smoked trout, and much more. Each masterpiece is adorned with fresh wasabi or back truffle, crispy shallots or plum paste and whatever other ingredients the supremely-talented Chef chooses to make. Best to make reservations, as this place is super-hot. 

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3 Exciting Ways to Hit the Roof for NYC Cocktails this Spring

The famed downtown oasis, the Gansevoort Rooftop, boasts unobstructed 360 views of the Manhattan skyline with views of Hudson River and the recently unveiled “Little Island” from Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg. Guests can relax aside the heated pool and enjoy innovative, refreshing cocktails and elevated bites.                                                                     

Think: Pekin Duck Drumettes, a riff off your standard chicken wings. Located through discrete doors at the back of the rooftop’s main dining space, is Saishin at the Gansevoort Rooftop, the hotel’s new omakase experience. Led by a Michelin Star-trained sushi chef and 20+ year veteran Chef Frankie-Yong Doon, standout dishes from the menu include: Hikarimono Saba with green apple and goma and the corn leaf smoked Tasmanian Ocean Trout topped with smoky onion, which combine simple components in unexpected ways.

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29 Rooftop Bars With Epic Views and Cocktails We Can't Get Enough of All Year Round

Summer is prime time for rooftop bars and imbibing from lofty perches with a cold drink in hand—but the sky-high fun doesn’t have to end once the weather turns brisk. Toasting under the stars with sweeping vistas that can’t be beat should be a year-round pastime and to prove it, we’ve rounded up a list of always-open rooftop bars and restaurants that are literally tops for delicious cocktails, cuisine and crushing sunset views.

Best Rooftop Bars Places like New York City, LA, Miami and Chicago are a given for towering bars come spring and summertime. Once 5 o’clock hits—or even before—everyone finds themselves flocking to rooftop hotel bars and penthouses for al fresco happy hour with friends. And nowadays, most rooftop sanctuaries are keeping their high-rise hot spots heated or enclosed, even throughout the winter.

Transparent tarps and retractable ceilings suddenly allow a chilly enclave to become warm again and thus, year-round rooftop living continues. While the Southern states can get away with rooftop drinks during all four seasons, New Englanders and Midwesterners want in on the action, too. And sometimes all you need is a heat lamp or an inflatable igloo to make drinking outside in the dead of February possible.

With that notion in mind, here are 28 of the best rooftop bars to frequent for elevated escapes with unbeatable panoramas. From a former bottling plant turned trendy rooftop in Kansas City, to a coastal-chic outlook in the heart of Newport, Rhode Island, cocktail hour is always better up above.

Gansevoort Rooftop in New York, NY Gansevoort Rooftop has been a longtime pit stop for a drink when bopping around the Meatpacking District. And with a recent hotel-wide renovation (with a complete roof redo), this summer is already looking promising. Behold 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River, while enjoying refreshing cocktails and Mediterranean-inspired small plates.

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The Retail Revival In NYC's Meatpacking District

New York City’s Meatpacking District, which earned its name from the slaughterhouses and packing plants that dotted the area in the early 1900s, was primarily a residential neighborhood until farm markets moved in during the 1840s. Today, this district is known for being an up-and-coming retail hub on Manhattan's west side, housing a diverse mix of luxury brands like Hermès and Dior, direct-to-consumer brand storefronts like Warby Parker, tech companies like Google GOOG -0.4% and Tesla TSLA +0.3%, restaurants like Saishin, as well as hotels like the Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel, which recently underwent a $30 million dollar renovation.

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All Demand Segments Show Signs of Life for New York City Hotels

City Sees Rate and Occupancy Improving, Led by Social Events and Leisure

At Gansevoort Meatpacking, general manager Anton Moore said the corporate market is slowly picking up because clients are working remotely and have yet to return to the office. Technology and “local backyard” corporate business are also driving business to his property.

Moore said his property has been extremely fortunate to see a rise in group bookings, mainly from the corporate sector. The group market began to pick up in February and March, with a 20% uptick in group corporate. The hotel is seeing an increase in business from the automotive, technology, consulting, entertainment/production, social and fashion sectors.

Moore said Gansevoort Meatpacking has seen significant rate growth, primarily due to the property’ s top-to-bottom renovation and repositioning into the luxury lifestyle market, now competing with hotels in that category. ADR growth is up 28% compared with 2019.

The Gansevoort partners with the Meatpacking District BID to drive traffic to the neighborhood, Moore said, with events such as apple picking in the fall with Kate Spade, Dior’s fashion week pop-up, Halloween Treats in the Streets, and participating in the L.E.A.F Festival of Flowers in June. The hotel also partners with The Whitney Museum of American Art and the new Little Island — a park and performance space built on the Hudson River — both just a short stroll from the hotel.

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Nestled in Manhattan’s iconic Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Meatpacking is a luxury hotel that will immerse you in a world of vibrancy, art, and culture.

Gansevoort Meatpacking has created the perfect itinerary for guests to make the most out of their visit! Get an inside look!

8:00 AM – Morning Workout

Good morning from Gansevoort! Enjoy an early wake-up call today with a workout from The MIRROR, our in-room fitness hub with live and pre-recorded classes including HIIT, pilates, yoga and more.

10:00 AM – Breakfast at C+C

Enjoy breakfast at Gansevoort Meatpacking’s newest food and beverage venue, Coffee + Cocktails (C+C) an open-air café that transports guests to the streets of Paris or Italy. Enjoy house-made pastries and espresso drinks as well as specialty dishes like apple compote french toast, smoked salmon toast and build your own omelets.

11:30 AM – Take a Stroll to Little Island

New York City’s newest park, Little Island, is a floating greenspace in the Hudson River designed by Heatherwick Studio and funded by the Diller-von Furstenberg Foundation and highlighting the arts through free public programming.

12:30 PM – Visit The Whitney

Located just steps from the hotel, The Whitney Museum of American Art focuses on 20th Century and contemporary artists of the United States.

2:00 PM – Lunch at The Chester

Located on the ground floor of Gansevoort Meatpacking, The Chester is an American bistro serving brunch, lunch and dinner alongside a menu of signature cocktails, with dishes such as their prize-winning honey sriracha wings, steak frites and signature Chester Burger. A beloved Meatpacking District gathering spot, The Chester’s indoor and patio seating serves as the ideal spot for post-work drinks or a private event.

3:30 PM – Explore The High Line

The High Line is New York’s railway turned public park that stretches from Chelsea to Hudson Yards. Stroll past the iconic Chelsea Market, and pass by the iconic west side architecture. End at the Vessel for a fun photo opp.

7:00 PM – Omakase Dinner at Saishin

Gansevoort’s newest rooftop experience, Saishin, offers omakase and a la carte sushi, sashimi and nigiri crafted by Michelin-trained Chef Frankie Yong Doon.

9:00 PM – After-Dinner Drink at Gansevoort Rooftop

Continue your rooftop experience with craft cocktails on the Gansevoort Rooftop while enjoying 360-degree views of Manhattan. 

Gansevoort Meatpacking is a cherry-picked approved boutique hotel.

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Where to Eat and Drink Outdoors in NYC This Spring

Perched on the rooftop of the Gansevoort Hotel, this omakase counter from the Kissaki restaurant group gives you the best of both worlds. The half indoor, half outdoor space at Saishin by Kissaki has a 16-seat omakase bar where chef Frankie-Yong Doon’s creations shine, even when competing with the space’s incredible views of the city skyline and The High Line.

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The Fresh and Vibrant Spring Cocktails to Celebrate the New Season

The Meatpacking Spritz

Created by Federico Doldi at Gansevoort Meatpacking

Ingredients:

2 oz Martini Fiero
1 oz St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur
Splash of Prosecco
1 slice of grapefruit

Directions:

Mix the Martini Fiero and St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur together in a wine glass with ice. Top with a splash of Prosecco and add a fresh slice of grapefruit.

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13 Spring-Inspired Cocktail Recipes to Celebrate the Season

This refreshing cocktail was created by Federico Doldi, Food and Beverage Director of Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel in NYC. Enjoy it year-round at The Gansevoort Rooftop, or indulge in its flavor in your own home with the recipe below!

Ingredients:

  • 2oz Martini Fiero
  • 1oz St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur
  • Splash of Prosecco
  • 1 slice of grapefruit

Directions:

Mix the Martini Fiero and St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur together in a wine glass with ice. Top with a splash of prosecco, add a fresh slice of grapefruit, and enjoy!

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Here's how to spend 48 hours in New York City in 2022

Situated in Manhattan’s cobblestone enclave, The Meatpacking District, is The Gansevoort hotel. After undergoing a top-to-bottom makeover, The Gansevoort is more than a dreamy place to rest your head at night — it’s a destination of its own.

With a Europe-inspired coffee and cocktail bar, a sky-high lounge, a rooftop pool, and an art collection to make you swoon, this hotel is worth adding to your itinerary. Plus, if you like to start your day with a workout, every room is outfitted with a Lululemon MIRROR home gym.

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The Best Outdoor Spas and Saunas in NYC to Melt Away the Winter Chill

The Gansevoort Hotel’s rooftop pool is always bustling come summertime, but some New Yorkers may not know that the pool is actually open all year for staycationers and tourists alike. In the winter, they crank the heat up to about 95 degrees, so the 45-foot pool is actually more like an oversized hot tub where you can swim some laps or simply take a dip while reveling in the incredible cityscape views. There’s a locker room and showers for your pre- and post-swim needs, and the hotel also provides a pool service menu so you can order light bites and drinks.

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Love (And Luxury!) Is in the Air: Where to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in New York City This Year

Gansevoort Meatpacking is offering two unique Valentine’s Day specials: the Premier Package and the Ultimate package.

The Premier Package includes a stay at Gansevoort Meatpacking alongside a live jazz performance and prix fixe dinner for two at Gansevoort’s European inspired Cafe, Coffee + Cocktails. Guests will also be treated to a bottle of Moet Chandon champagne, chocolate truffles and a floral arrangement in-room.

The Ultimate Package includes a stay in Gansevoort Meatpacking’s Poliform Penthouse suite, a 15-course omakase experience at Saishin, Gansevoort Rooftop’s omakase sushi bar, a rose petal bath and a bottle of Dom Perignon Rosé.

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The 13 Best Espresso Martinis in NYC to Kick-Start Your Evening

The name says it all, no? The new open-air café lounge in Gansevoort Meatpacking knows how to jump-start your night out. The C+C Martini, the venue's signature cocktail, utilizes bourbon as the main spirit, with white chocolate syrup, coffee liqueur and fresh coffee. With both indoor and year-round al fresco (heated) patio seating in the heart of the bustling neighborhood, stop by for a bite before shopping or hitting the Whitney.

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26 Heated Outdoor Dining Options for NYC’s Coldest Winter Days

Perched on the rooftop of the Gansevoort Hotel, this omakase counter from the Kissaki restaurant group gives you the best of both worlds. The half indoor, half outdoor space at Saishin by Kissaki has a 16-seat omakase bar where chef Frankie-Yong Doon’s creations shine, even when competing with the space’s incredible views of the city skyline and The High Line.

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Travel Deals to Book Now: NYC Hotel Week

Despite its name, NYC's inaugural Hotel Week lasts more than a month, from January 4 to February 13. Many of the best Big Apple hotels are participating, offering up to 22 percent off rates during that date range. Book into the Mr. C Seaport, the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC, or the newly opened Ace Hotel Brooklyn, among many others. And that isn't all NYC & Company has up its sleeve in the next month: Broadway Week, which offers two-for-one tickets to the city's top shows starting January 18, and Restaurant Week, which launches January 11, are also on the docket. 

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Why Are Hotels Still Using Bar Soap?

According to the hotel operations staff we spoke with, a small bar of soap is simply one of those only-at-a-hotel offerings that make people feel special. “I go back to, what does a guest room offer the guest that you do not get at home?” says Anton Moore, the general manager of the Gansevoort in the meatpacking district of New York. “I think it's one of those things that still resonates with people, to have an individual bar soap wrapped and sitting there in the bathroom. It's a separation—‘Here I am in a luxury hotel’—versus not.”

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Why We’re Daydreaming About New York’s Arty Gansevoort Hotel

Right now we’re mentally booking ourselves into art-filled hotels with rooftop pools and sipping imaginary cocktails. All of these dreams are a reality at New York’s Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC hotel and if you’ve ever wanted to breakfast with Banksy, this is the place to do it. The street artist’s 2003 Flying Copper is set into a custom built-in unit that overlooks the hotel’s lobby and Coffee + Cocktails restaurant so you can eat a croissant while contemplating a lineup of designer be@rbricks — an homage to the artists who lived and worked in the city, including Andy Warhol, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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The Gansevoort Hotel in New York City’s Meatpacking District Is Where You Need to Be

It’s no secret that  in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District is one of New York City’s premiere destinations. Located at 18 9th Ave., the chic downtown establishment is an oasis for locals and visitors alike!

Gansevoort Meatpacking is a 186-room hotel with a full service ground-floor restaurant, year-round rooftop bar and restaurant, a 45-foot heated outdoor pool and indoor and outdoor space where guests can soak in the impeccable views of NYC.

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New Year's Eve in New York City: Best Spots to Celebrate 2022

Ring in the New Year with a rooftop dinner at the stylish Gansevoort hotel in the Meatpacking District of downtown Manhattan. The Gansevoort Rooftop venue is offering a four-course prix fixe dinner ($250 per person) with champagne to celebrate the New Year.

Tickets for its rooftop New Year's Eve party (which comes with a champagne toast at midnight, open bar and hors d'oeuvres) are sold out but bottle service is still available, according to its website.

Visitors can also book "a special omakase dinner" ($250 per person ) at Saishin, the hotel's Japanese restaurant, and enjoy a glass of Chandon Spritz upon arrival.

The hotel's Coffee + Cocktails venue is offering a $225 per person prix fixe menu and a $150 premium open bar package for New Year's Eve. The Chester bar is offering an open bar package for $100 from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. local time on New Year's Eve.

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In Manhattan, Audrose Celebrated Its Launch With a Lavish Rooftop Fête

Monday afternoon, Audrose saluted its launch at the Gansevoort Hotel’s lush rooftop lounge. On the chilly December day, an assortment of tastemakers and editors descended on Manhattan’s Meatpacking District to toast the brand. The airy space was transformed by genius floral designer Ivie Joy for the occasion. Soft roses and peonies perfumed the greenhouse-inspired bar, and the wall of greenery added the perfect transportive touch to the afternoon affair.

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7 New York City hotels that ooze cool factor, place you near all the action, and won't cost a fortune

The hotel showcases cutting-edge art, with works by Banksy and the pioneering street artist Richard Hambleton. Guest rooms feel like private lofts and the rooftop boasts unobstructed 360-degree views, a pool, and elevated fare.

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New York City Hotel Business Getting Little Boost From Holiday Season

A major challenge for hotel owners is that visitors are reserving rooms on short notice, often within two weeks of traveling. Michael Achenbaum, president and founder of Gansevoort Hotel Group, which owns a 186-room luxury hotel in the Meatpacking District, said this short booking window makes it harder for hotel owners to anticipate occupancy and raise rates accordingly.

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Avenue's Holiday Gift Guide 2021: For the Foodie

The Skyline Sushi Experience at the Gansevoort Meatpacking, featuring dinner from Saishin at the Gansevoort Rooftop by Kissaki, and a helicopter ride above New York. From $30,000 (for up to 10 guests); Call 212-206-6700 to book.

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The Newly Renovated Gansevoort Hotel Is Once Again the Crown Jewel of NYC’s Meatpacking District

The now sleek, modern rooms are a business traveler’s dream, with enviable views of the city and Mirror interactive workout devices that make it easy to get in an early morning sweat without having to drag yourself down to a hotel gym. Of course, there’s one of those available too, if that’s more your thing. Besides the rooms, the lobby has undergone a complete transformation from old New York to a modern art haven. It’s no wonder the hotel has partnered with The Whitney Museum of American Art, only a short walk away, on an impressive art program that includes recognizable pieces such as Banksy’s “Flying Copper” and “Standing Shadow – Blue” by Richard Hambleton. 

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25 Fall-Friendly Outdoor Dining Options in NYC

Perched on the rooftop of the Gansevoort Hotel, this brand new omakase counter from the Kissaki restaurant group is ideal for those in-between fall weather days. The half indoor, half outdoor space at Saishin by Kissaki has a 16-seat omakase bar where chef Frankie-Yong Doon’s creations shine, even when competing with the space’s incredible views of the city skyline and The High Line.

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These Fresh and Upbeat Hotels Welcome Travelers Back to the Big Apple

For the basement-to-rooftop renovation of the hotel group’s original flagship, president and founder Michael Achenbaum and creative director Olivier Weppe collaborated with G+SA on turning the 1,700-square-foot lobby and common areas into a showcase for cutting-edge art and design, and with D&M on giving the 186 guest rooms and suites a contemporary, loftlike glamour.

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A running list of the absolute best fall dishes to try in NYC this year

Sometimes, if even for one beautiful moment, rooftop drinking season and hot cocktail season may intertwine like vines in a pumpkin patch on a clear, sunny day. And the Gansevoort Hotel’s recently refreshed rooftop bar is hanging on to the former and getting a head start on the latter. Its Take it Outside tipple mixes mezcal, triple sec, chai tea, steamed oat milk and agave syrup into a warming, boozy bev.

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ELLE Escapes: New York City

For authentic omakase miles from Japan, look no further than Kissaki. Located on the Bowery with a second outpost on the Upper West Side and a specially curated menu at the Gansevoort Rooftop, the intimate restaurant is ideal for a date night of primo sushi and sake. We recommend the 16-course flight for $150, because why not?

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How the NYC restaurant scene defied the pandemic

But new places by the score are bravely taking the plunge to replace them. Since indoor dining was restored in February, debuts have included posh-Indian Sona, ultra-lux Le Pavillon, revived Southern-American classic Gage & Tollner, Japanese-influenced Cantonese Cha Kee, omakase-heaven Saishin (on the Gansevoort Hotel rooftop, no less), Peruvian-themed Contento, Turkish-tinted Greek Iris and just-launched, Southeast-Asian fantasy Wau.

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36 Best Hotels in New York City

At the corner of Ninth Avenue and 13th Street, the Gansevoort Meatpacking  NYC is a short stroll away from the art galleries of Chelsea, the brasserie-style restaurants of the West Village, and the smart boutiques of the Meatpacking District. Highlights include the 45-foot-long, heated rooftop swimming pool with underwater lights; the Duplex Penthouse Suite with a wall of windows looking out towards the Hudson River; on-site restaurant The Chester; and the service, which is remarkable for a boutique hotel.

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36 Best Hotels in New York City

When this Gansevoort first opened in 2004, it was the heyday of the Meatpacking District’s transformation from a hub of meat packing and processing warehouses to Sex and the City-anointed “It” neighborhood status. As such, the hotel quickly became the epicenter of cool, the preferred hangout for rooftop pool parties and bottomless Cosmopolitan-fueled brunches. The popularity of the hotel soon led to similarly social Gansevoort outposts in places like Miami and Turks & Caicos. But by 2020, only this Gansevoort remained—and it was looking a little tired. Following a multi-million-dollar renovation unveiled in mid-2021, you’ll now find a casual-cool clientele—including some grown-up regulars from back in the day—lounging alongside pieces by such artists as Banksy, Hassan Hajja, Frank Stella and Mick Rock.

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The Best Boutique Hotels in the U.S.

This just-below-14th-Street staple has been home to the in crowd since its birth in 2004, when it helped the Meatpacking District go from forgotten to fashionable. Seventeen years later, the hotel recently reopened its doors after a rooftop-to-basement facelift. Included in the makeover is a new look for each of rooms along with Mirror workouts. What remains the same, however, is the swanky rooftop pool and bar where the who’s who hang. Only now, they can enjoy the 360-degree view while savoring Michelin-rated sushi at the newly opened Saishin pop-up.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC

The Meatpacking District pioneer has reemerged with a new look and grown-up attitude—though it’s still a place that celebrates fun.

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The Best Dishes Eater Editors Ate This Week

Sushi was something I gave up during the height of the pandemic last year. The thought of raw seafood — even if it was from a favorite restaurant — traveling from one borough to another wasn’t appealing (or affordable). Dining at a tiny sushi counter wasn’t an option in most cases. Enter Saishin by Kissaki, a pop-up sushi restaurant with rooftop views at the Gansevoort hotel in the Meatpacking District. The omakase experience here — though not inexpensive at $150 for 15 courses, it’s still a relative bargain compared to many over-the-top menus at some of the city’s best sushi restaurants — reminded me how much I missed quality sushi. Our parade of dishes started with a briny Kumamoto oyster topped with a lobe of buttery sea urchin. Next came pristine cuts of tuna, saba, salmon, and other fish I lost track of because I was too busy looking at the skyline views and thinking how good it felt to be dining out again.

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The Best Labor Day Weekend Hotel Deals In New York City

Following a multimillion-dollar renovation, the iconic Gansevoort Meatpacking is inviting New Yorkers to experience the grown-up Gansevoort, featuring two new restaurants — European-inspired Coffee + Cocktails, and pop-up Omakase bar, Saishin, in partnership with Kissaki.

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Where to Eat and Drink Poolside in New York

While enjoying 360-degree views of Manhattan, visitors at this Meatpacking District hotel can order from a poolside menu with summery dishes like a caprese grilled cheese or the roasted chicken salad with mixed greens, heirloom tomato, baby corn, and hearts of palm. The drink list is filled with classic cocktail options.

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Dog Friendly Destinations and Hotels

Offering pets and humans alike stellar views of the Hudson River and a stylish retreat within the heart of New York City, Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel has recently unveiled its upgraded rooms from a multimillion-dollar renovation. Pets can relax with their own amenities which include a dog bed, food and water bowls, toy and for an added cost, be treated to a goody bag from Beasty Feast.

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Pampering Fido On National Dog Day (Or Anytime) With Fun Stays Around The U.S.

The Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel has recently unveiled a multi-million dollar renovation. Amenities for humans include: new food + beverage concepts including a European inspired cafe and an omakase pop-up bar; and tech enhancements like The MIRROR, the interactive home gym, in every room.

Amenities for the pups: a pet bed, food and water bowls, a toy; and for an upgrade fee of $25, pet gift bag from local NYC pet shop Beasty Feast. Guests and four legged friends can look forward  to views of the Hudson River and the new Little Island.

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Seeking Advantage in a Crowded Market, Some Hotels are Becoming Art Museums with Bedrooms

The just-reopened Gansevoort in New York's trendy Meatpacking District has added an expansive art collection drawn from the collection of president and founder Michael Achenbaum, including a Banksy in the lobby.

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This New York City Hotel Has Reopened After a Multimillion Dollar Rebrand With New Design, Art, Tech, and More

The Gansevoort Meatpacking is all grown up thanks to a multimillion dollar renovation and rebrand that includes an incredible art collection, luxe design, innovative technology, and exciting new food and beverage offerings. The hotel, which first opened in 2004 in New York City's Meatpacking District, underwent a top-to-bottom revamp during the COVID-19 pandemic. The hotel now offers 186 newly renovated guest rooms, including its duplex Poliform Penthouse — the first fully designed U.S. hotel suite by Italian furniture designer Poliform. 

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In the Time Flies Department: It seems like only yesterday that New York’s Meatpacking District was transformed into a destination hotspot but, in fact, it’s been 17 years since the iconic Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel flung open its doors, helping to make the neighborhood one of the most highly trafficked areas in the city. Today, as the city reopens after COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns, Gansevoort Meatpacking is once again fueling the neighborhood’s renaissance with a multimillion dollar rebrand and top-to-bottom renovations. Offerings include 186 renovated guestrooms; 1,700 square-foot reimagined lobby with extensive art program; the MIRROR, an interactive gym device in every guest room; multiple food and beverage venues including a sprawling European cafe, Mediterranean restaurant, and basement karaoke and bowling bar (coming in 2022); 45 sq ft heated outdoor pool; pop-up omakase sushi bar at the Gansevoort Rooftop; reimagined penthouse in partnership with Italian furniture designer Poliform; and more. Rates from $535. 212-206-6700

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Gansevoort Meatpacking District hotel plans a series of new restaurants — and more intel

The Gansevoort Meatpacking District hotel is planning to open a series of new restaurants over the next year, the New York Times reports. A cafe called Coffee and Cocktails has already opened on the hotel’s first floor, and a rooftop sushi bar from the team behind Kissaki is slated to open on July 20.

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The Gansevoort Hotel’s New Coffee + Cocktails Brings Euro Pavement Cafe Chic to NYC’s Meatpacking District

As we inch our way out of the pandemic that left us essentially grounded for seventeen months, we’re suddenly acutely aware of just how much we have missed our regular trips to the great Continent of Europe. (Yes, yes – first world problems, we know.) But many who feel the same way are actually not quite ready for the rigors of post-COVID intercontinental travel just yet – and so we’re left to satisfy our Europhilia by, say, taking in the old Dutch masterpieces at the Met’s In Praise of Painting exhibition, or binging on episodes of the buzzy French comedy Call My Agent! on Netflix.

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The 41 Best Rooftop Bars in NYC to Hang Out on from Now Until September

What are you doing this weekend? If you answered anything other than “drinking a cocktail on a rooftop,” you’re doing summer wrong. Fortunately, we tracked down the best rooftop bars NYC has to offer. Here’s where to find boozy ice pops, pools and breathtaking views.

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The Return Of The NYC Beautiful Outdoor Dining Experience

Dismantle the fabricated streetside Covid Caves that popped up as quickly as the virus spread. Tear down the two-by-fours, the plexiglass windows, heat lamps and fake flowers. Surely, they served their purpose, and saved many restaurateurs from total financial ruin, but the days of eating in parking spaces looks like it’s coming to an end.

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THESE ARE THE 11 CHICEST NEW HOTELS IN THE U.S.

City or country. Historic or brand spanking new. Boutique or resort. Ocean or desert. The choices are many this season when it comes to the newest crop of eye-catching American hotels, especially for those in need of a domestic vacation or in search of a dose of design. Whether you’re looking to road trip it this summer or indulge in a local staycation, these 11 new hotels prove that there’s never been a better time to check out—and check in.

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More Restaurant News

This hotel has been renovated with new restaurants opening and in planning stages: Coffee & Cocktails, a spacious ground-floor cafe is up and running, and Saishin at the Gansevoort Rooftop, a seasonal pop-up omakase and sushi bar by Kissaki Hospitality Group will open July 20. Next year, LDV Hospitality will install a Mediterranean restaurant at the hotel.

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A Pioneering Meatpacking District Hotel is Staying Put

Manhattan's Meatpacking District, once a riotous nightlife hub, continues to reel from the pandemic. But a hotelier is pushing ahead with an extensive renovation all the same.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel’s Major Renovation Reflects Its Changing District

An almost two-decade hotel in New York City’s Meatpacking District is undergoing a multi-million renovation that also reflects the changes within its location. 

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Introducing Gansevoort Meatpacking, All Grown Up

Long before Meatpacking's cobblestone streets became one of the most highly trafficked neighborhoods in New York City, Michael Achenbaum bet on the district's future: creating the iconic Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel and credited for helping to galvanize the neighborhood to become the burgeoning destination it has been renowned to be ever since.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel getting multimillion-dollar overhaul

The hotel is renovating all rooms and public spaces, including adding a ground-floor restaurant, a rooftop bar and a heated outdoor pool.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel Unveils Multimillion Dollar Rebrand and Renovation

The iconic Gansevoort Meatpacking Hotel, which is credited for putting the Meatpacking District on the map almost two decades ago, is unveiling a multimillion renovation and rebrand. The demographic of guests that partied with the legendary hotel are now returning with their children.

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Over-the-top Luxury Hotel Welcome Amenities

The initial entry to a hotel room is exciting, from the click of the lock to the opening of the door, to seeing your room for the first time. Made even more elevated is when an over-the-top welcome amenity is waiting for you. We scoured the globe for some smile-inducing offerings, sure to set the tone for your luxury stay.

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NYC Is Being Taken Over by Instagram-worthy Flower Displays - and the Gansevoort Is Your First Stop

This weekend, the Gansevoort in New York City's Meatpacking district will be the place to stop and smell the roses.

From June 12 to 13, L.E.A.F, the festival of flowers, is taking over the Meatpacking District for a "weekend designed to spotlight world-class floral design." As part of the event, Gansevoort Meatpacking will join in with a series of its own installations, displays, and is evening offering a package deal so you get the most out of the show.

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One million blossoms are taking over the Meatpacking District for the first-ever flower festival this weekend

Can you even imagine what one million flowers blossoming across the city would look like? That's exactly what the L.E.A.F. Festival of Flowers is planning on delighting you with this upcoming weekend.

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The Best Bachelorette Party Destinations for Every Type of Celebration

The Knot Editors are experts across various topics: weddings, for one, and the parties that accompany engagements. For that reason alone, we know the absolute best bachelorette party destinations across the US. Over 90% of all women say they've attended a bachelorette party, so planning a getaway that is supremely memorable should be an objective when selecting your destination of choice. 

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6 Travel Deals to Book Over Memorial Day Weekend

Whether you're looking to fill up fall weekends with getaways, are planning a milestone trip for 2022, or simply procrastinated booking anything for Memorial Day weekend and are making up for it by securing a summer vacation, deals abound to make sure you don't break the bank this year. We've rounded up the top travel deals for hotels, cruises, and more—many of which end May 31, so get booking—so you can plan ahead. If you're looking for gear like luggage, camping equipment, and more, be sure to check out our guide to the best Memorial Day weekend sales, too. 

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19 Rooftop Bars We Can't Get Enough Of Whether It's Summer or Winter

Summer is prime time for rooftop bars—and imbibing from tippity-top spots with a cold drink in hand. And with a vaccinated season hopefully upon us, we’ve already started making our list of must-visit lounges in the sky, when the need for a cocktail and a light bite calls. There’s just something about toasting under the stars (or sun) with sweeping vistas that can’t be beat.

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The Penthouse at Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC gets a design update

Italian furniture company Poliform has joined forces with New York’s Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel for a makeover of its Penthouse. Created in collaboration with general manager Kevin Woodard and the Poliform design team, the 1,700 sq ft duplex apartment interior design features 30 ft floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Hudson river, and a sophisticated design throughout.

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The Future of Hotel Design

Google Assistant has created a hospitality application for its virtual assistant Google Nest Hub, rolled out this summer in a handful of hotels nationally, including the Gansevoort Meatpacking hotel in New York City, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the Viceroy in Washington, D.C.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking Unveils Prime Upgrades With Google Home And The Mirror

The Meatpacking district’s most iconic hotel, Gansevoort Meatpacking, reveals a massive upgrade and collaboration with fellow neighbor, Google.

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Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC Reopening Hotel with Renovated Guest Rooms

"We’re big believers in being contrarians [and] we believe in the Meatpacking District," he said.

The neighborhood, with its cobblestone streets and low-rise buildings on the West Side of Manhattan, offers something the rest of the borough doesn't have, Achenbaum said.

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Avoid The Hotel Front Desk With This Hands-Free Device

Over the past few years, we've seen an increase in the availability and usage of smart home and voice assistant devices. Perhaps you even bring your own smart speaker when you travel to play music, order takeout or check your flight status. If so, you may enjoy the Google Nest Hub for a smart hotel experience.

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Google Is Putting Voice Assistants in Hotels

After so many months on lockdown, a lot of people are hoping to plan their next getaway soon. But at the same time, travelers are also looking for better ways to stay safe and prevent the spread of the coronavirus while they roam.

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Google's Nest Hub Could Be Your Next Hotel Concierge

The next time you’re wrapping up a trip (whenever that might be amid the COVID-19 pandemic), you might find yourself asking Google Assistant to check you out of a hotel. Google is bringing hands-free hospitality to hotel rooms through its Nest Hub smart displays.

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8 Pumpkin Spice Drinks That Are Anything But Basic

Featured Bartender Donny Largotta’s Spice it Up martini, complete with a homemade pumpkin spice blend, a brown sugar rim, and coffee beans sprinkled over top.

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Off the Menu B on Top

Debuted our new rooftop space, B on Top, in partnership with our neighbor Bagatelle Group.

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HERE'S WHERE TO EAT AND DRINK DURING NYFW 2019
In honor of fall fashion week, Vogue featured The Karl cocktail, blending Diet Coke - the designer’s favorite soft drink - with vodka and cherries.
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WHY YOU SHOULD CHECK INTO GANSEVOORT MEATPACKING NYC
Dubbed Gansevoort Meatpacking as one of the “chicest places to stay during your time in The Big Apple.”
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15 New York City Pools To Lounge By This Summer - and Year-Round

Painted our rooftop pool as “decidedly Meatpacking District meets Mediterranean” with “refreshing bites served between the skyscraper views.”

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20 Cocktails Perfect for National Tequila Day Celebrations
Featured our Galocher cocktail, described as a “very hot and passionate cocktail,” and a great way to celebrate National Tequila Day.
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5 Hotel Rooftop Pools to Help You Cool Off in NYC This Summer
Listed Gansevoort as the “first full-service resort in Manhattan’s vibrant Meatpacking District” with spectacular views, making it a true urban oasis.
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17 Best Cocktails for Cinco de Mayo
Featured Paul Lewis and Michael Moody’s innovative Mex-Mosa cocktail, a twist on the famous Mimosa.
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NYC Restaurants Open on New Year’s Day
Highlighted our New Year’s “Recovery Brunch,” including bottomless drinks and tasty entrees, a great way to dine on New Year’s Day.
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13 US Hotels Every Beauty Enthusiast Must Visit
Included Gansevoort Meatpacking as a hotel all beauty lovers should book.
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BEST BIERGARTENS IN NEW YORK CITY
Featured Gansevoort Meatpacking’s The Chester Biergarten as an outdoor space perfect for casual drinks with friends.
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BEAT THE HEAT WITH THESE TEN COOL SWIMMING POOLS
Recognized Gansevoort Meatpacking’s pool as one of the first rooftop hotel pools in New York, emphasizing guests can swim year-round thanks to the heated water.
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NYC HOTEL PENTHOUSES WITH THE BEST CITY VIEWS
The Duplex Penthouse was dubbed one of the best in the city, offering “30-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and a step-out balcony with commanding Hudson River views.”
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WHERE TO CELEBRATE THE ROYAL WEDDING IN NYC
Listed Gansevoort as a spot to view the royal wedding, complete with a traditional English breakfast, selection of teas and specialty cocktails like the “Markletini.”
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CELEBRATE THE ROYAL WEDDING
Gansevoort Meatpacking was featured as a hotel celebrating the Royal Wedding stateside, offering guests a “Get Royal” package.
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4 PLACES TO WATCH THE ROYAL WEDDING
Featured our Royal Wedding watch party, fit for a queen with a traditional English breakfast and specialty cocktails.
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8 ROYAL WEDDING VIEWING PARTIES ACROSS THE U.S.
Highlighted a royal experience at Gansevoort complete with crown, tea and crumpets.
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OUTDOOR BEER GARDENS ACROSS AMERICA
Included our wrap-around outdoor space with airy seating and lush plants as a great place to grab drinks.
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50 BEST LUXURY HOTELS IN NYC
Recommended Gansevoort Meatpacking as one of the most luxurious destinations in Manhattan thanks to its prime location, with “just the right mix of downtown nightlife and laid-back cool.”
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14 HOTELS WITH AMAZING PERKS JUST FOR MOM
Featured a splurge-worthy getaway for mom, including blowouts, champagne toasts, rare flowers and more.
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19 POOLS AROUND THE WORLD WITH INCREDIBLE VIEWS
Features Gansevoort Meatpacking’s year-round heated rooftop pool, with a 360-degree view of the Hudson River and Manhattan, perfect for sunset viewing.
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Nestled in Manhattan’s iconic Meatpacking District, Gansevoort Meatpacking is a luxury hotel that will immerse you in a world of vibrancy, art, and culture.

Gansevoort Meatpacking has created the perfect itinerary for guests to make the most out of their visit! Get an inside look!

8:00 AM – Morning Workout

Good morning from Gansevoort! Enjoy an early wake-up call today with a workout from The MIRROR, our in-room fitness hub with live and pre-recorded classes including HIIT, pilates, yoga and more.

10:00 AM – Breakfast at C+C

Enjoy breakfast at Gansevoort Meatpacking’s newest food and beverage venue, Coffee + Cocktails (C+C) an open-air café that transports guests to the streets of Paris or Italy. Enjoy house-made pastries and espresso drinks as well as specialty dishes like apple compote french toast, smoked salmon toast and build your own omelets.

11:30 AM – Take a Stroll to Little Island

New York City’s newest park, Little Island, is a floating greenspace in the Hudson River designed by Heatherwick Studio and funded by the Diller-von Furstenberg Foundation and highlighting the arts through free public programming.

12:30 PM – Visit The Whitney

Located just steps from the hotel, The Whitney Museum of American Art focuses on 20th Century and contemporary artists of the United States.

2:00 PM – Lunch at The Chester

Located on the ground floor of Gansevoort Meatpacking, The Chester is an American bistro serving brunch, lunch and dinner alongside a menu of signature cocktails, with dishes such as their prize-winning honey sriracha wings, steak frites and signature Chester Burger. A beloved Meatpacking District gathering spot, The Chester’s indoor and patio seating serves as the ideal spot for post-work drinks or a private event.

3:30 PM – Explore The High Line

The High Line is New York’s railway turned public park that stretches from Chelsea to Hudson Yards. Stroll past the iconic Chelsea Market, and pass by the iconic west side architecture. End at the Vessel for a fun photo opp.

7:00 PM – Omakase Dinner at Saishin

Gansevoort’s newest rooftop experience, Saishin, offers omakase and a la carte sushi, sashimi and nigiri crafted by Michelin-trained Chef Frankie Yong Doon.

9:00 PM – After-Dinner Drink at Gansevoort Rooftop

Continue your rooftop experience with craft cocktails on the Gansevoort Rooftop while enjoying 360-degree views of Manhattan. 

Gansevoort Meatpacking is a cherry-picked approved boutique hotel.

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