A historical and high-class hotel, The Carlyle has hosted many important guests. One of the most unique, however, was artist Ludwig Bemelmans, who is famous for his “Madeline” childrens books, and works in The New Yorker, and Vogue. Refusing payment for his artwork, Bemelmans created murals within the hotel in exchange for accommodations for he and his family. Today, his works remain as the only Bemelmans murals on public display, currently in the cocktail lounge that bears his name. Read More
Cocktails Above the Crossroads of the World, Bar 54 rises above all other New York cocktail lounges. Literally.
Just a few footsteps off Broadway, the 487-room Hyatt Times Square New York rises high above 45th Ave West. As one of the most culturally vibrant and active neighbourhoods in New York City, it is only fitting that the Hyatt presents an equally vibrant cocktail experience. The Bar 54, residing on the 54th floor of the towering Hyatt hotel, is a lively cocktail club offering taste bud challenging drink specials and awe inspiring panoramic views. Read More
Spanning from Crosby Street to Lafayette Street, The Crosby Bar is a city block of extraordinary atmospheric delight. Upon entering the space, guests will discover rich, grey oak flooring, and high ceilings. The space is lit by tall warehouse windows, which harken back to the American Industrial Age that gave birth to present day New York City. Read More