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We held a Howloween Yappy Hour benefitting our friends at The Sato Project
Celebrity trainer and fitness expert, Body By Simone made her Brooklyn debut at the rooftop at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge for a sunrise workout class that welcomed
Did you know that just one oyster can filter 50 gallons of water per day?
We’re leaning into summer with two special new Frosecco cocktails. Swing by Neighbors Café at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge for delicious the Frosecco Frutta made with fresh blackberries and peaches, and the refreshing Frosecco Fiore, with fresh lemon, garnished with lavender and elderflower.
“Spring time is about rebirth, reawakening and freshness. All of the plants are coming back, and flowers are beginning to bloom again. When I think of Spring, I think of walking through the farmer’s market and being able to smell all of the herbs and the fresh produce. I picked a cocktail that remind me of exactly that.
A guest post, written by Joshua Quiza, team member at 1 Hotel Central Park. Josh attended the March for Science on Saturday, April 14th with around 20 others from our two New York hotels.
Starting as a symbolic lights out event in 2007, Earth Hour is now the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring millions of people to take action for our planet. While switching off for the hour symbolizes a commitment to taking action against climate change, we know that one hour of lights-out only does so much to impact our global energy consumption.
Spring is a time of blossoming flowers, singing birds and longer days. To many, the season symbolizes rebirth, renewal and the awakening of life.
Our bartenders at Brooklyn Heights Social Club recommend the Spring Toki cocktail, which embodies the sensibility of spring by finding balance with the sweet, spicy and refreshing citrus character of the Santory Toki.
It’s a startling fact and it’s driving us to do everything we can to remove plastic from our hotels with efforts like the use of reusable wooden guest room keys, water filtration systems in guest rooms, and eco-friendly food and beverage containers.
While most tourism hot spots with a temperate climate see a decline during the colder months, New York City continues to thrive as a destination for visitors from around the world. Whether people are braving the cold to see the leaves change, to enjoy Central Park covered in snow, or to witness 5th Avenue dressed up for the holidays is hard to say. One thing we do know: The energy of the holidays is felt the moment we put away our Halloween costumes and begin to focus on Thanksgiving.
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