Organizing Events in New York, the Sequel - Part 2: Trendy Locations
Which locations are hip and trendy if you're organizing an event in New York? Our reporter flew to the Big Apple to explore.
In the previous article of our miniseries about New York, we wrote about the dos and don'ts when organizing an event in this metropolis. In this part of the series, you'll find tips about trendy locations.
New Yorkers love roof terraces. Most hotels have a 'rooftop' for cocktail parties and dinners. However, the rooftops of smaller hotels such as Mondrian SoHo and NoMad are trendier at the moment.
Currently the most popular district. Lots of new hotels with luxurious rooms and practical event halls are popping up, such as The Whythe Hotel. Another prime location in Brooklyn: the historical Kings Theater. It has only just been renovated.
The popular park is only suitable for smaller events such as a picnic in limited company. If you have more than 25 attendees, you have to request a permit and permission and this often proves to be quite a hassle.
- The Skylark: fantastic views, central location, beautiful interior design
- Whitney Museum: this new museum is beautiful and has some very lovely outside spaces
- Rainbow Room: classic location, beautifully renovated
- The penthouse of Hotel on Rivington: intimate and classy, used for small meetings
- The NoMad hotel
- Gansevoort Market
- The Leonora
- The Highline
This article is part of a series: Organizing events in New York, the sequel. In part 1 you can read about the dos and don'ts for when you're organizing events in New York. In part 3 you'll discover nice New York activities to combine with your event.
With thanks to Nicole of event agency BENG!NY06-10-2015