What’s New at Ink 48 See the city lights from our rooftop: Book a suite and our concierge will arrange an outdoor dining reservation at The Press Lounge — plus $30 toward your meal. Check out all our special offers — and read about our Above & Beyond cleaning and social distancing program.STAY & SIGHTSEE A Modern Marvel in Manhattan Located in the creative center of New York City, Hell’s Kitchen, Ink 48 Hotel comes to life in the city’s preeminent theatrical printing press from the 1930s. Transformed with modern interiors, the historic hotel’s 222 guestrooms and suites have views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River, home of our pigment-producing mascot. Naturally, Ink 48 Hotel also has the neighborhood’s best restaurant, PRINT., as well as a rooftop hotspot, The Press Lounge. Steps from The Glasshouse event space, Ink 48 is also situated near the shopping and culture mecca Hudson Yards and the Javits Center. Ink 48 Hotel is a proud winner of the Condé Nast Traveler 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards.The Best Rooftop Bar in NYC See the city from our 16th floor! The Press Lounge offers panoramic views, seasonal cocktails (try the Dance the Night Away, made with bourbon, watermelon and blackberry basil syrup) small plates (from salumi to crudite) and a new socially distanced experience. Meetings & Events A boutique hotel designed for creative professionals, Ink 48 boasts 6,095 square feet of modern meeting space for up to 100 guests in a former 1930s printing press. Our event space includes the stunning Heaven Over Hell Penthouse Suite — with its sweeping vistas of the West Side skyline and Hudson River — and three other flexible rooms. Along with artful surroundings and tons of natural light, your group can enjoy farm-to-table cuisine from our onsite restaurant PRINT. MEETING ROOMS Our three flexible event and meeting rooms — named for popular fonts used in printed materials — are ideal for corporate events, board meetings and fundraisers. Gather up to 100 people in Garamond for a team retreat, then head to Helvetica and Courier for breakout sessions. Onsite logistics experts provide multimedia and audiovisual support — and premium Wi-Fi access is always complimentary! PENTHOUSE SUITE WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS Luxe, light-filled indoor space — 1,100 square feet worth — combines with a 2,200-square-foot private terrace to create our two-story Heaven Over Hell Penthouse Suite on the 17th floor. Featuring a king bed, oversized bathroom with a deep soaking tub and a full living room, our penthouse is perfect for events. Want to go even bigger? The River View Terrace Suite can serve as an adjoining king guestroom. A unique setting for cocktail parties and showers, the space has also hosted magazine and television shoots! The penthouse is a dreamy spot for a wedding. Exchange vows with the skyline on the horizon, then toast on the terrace with handcrafted cocktails from PRINT. After your guests dance the night away in New York City’s most chic penthouse, they can retire to our 195 rooms and 27 suites, most with river views (late checkout guaranteed, of course).
you Wondering about which is the most expensive wedding venue in New York?
One of the key things that a couple has to
do when planning for their wedding is to pick a venue. This is usually a very
important task and as such, it can be quite overwhelming. There are a number of
things that influences one’s choice of a certain wedding venue which include;
the number of invited guests, location, parking, theme, style as well as
budget. It is however worth to note that there are those fancy couples who
would like to tie the knot in the most
expensive wedding venue in New York. Remarkably, New York City is in no
shortage of luxurious wedding venues. Such venues include but not limited to:
The Four Seasons, Capitale, Cipriani, The Pierre, Mandarin Oriental, The
America Museum of Natural History and The Plaza Hotel. It is arguably true that
out of the aforementioned Wedding Venues, the most expensive one is The Plaza
The Plaza is a world-class hotel that is the
most expensive wedding venue in New York
Notably, The Plaza Hotel is the most iconic
and beautiful hotel not only in New York City but also in the rest of United
States. This luxurious hotel was opened
in 1907. This means that it has been around for over a century. Over this time,
it has become a significant landmark in this city that is perfect for
celebrating one’s love.
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The Plaza Hotel has world-class rooms and
suites. Moreover, there is a grand ballroom that your guests will most
assuredly find comfortable and lavish. You will also most likely be impressed
by not only the culinary mastery but also the personal service that is offered
by the team that works in this hotel. There is also a terrace room that is one
of a kind. The historical detailing of this room that features Italian
renaissance paintings and crystal chandeliers create such an amazing ambiance. If
you are planning on holding your wedding in this venue then you better prepared
to spend a shekel or two.
The Harold Pratt House is a mansion located on 58 East 68th Street and Park Avenue in the Upper East Side of New York City. It serves as headquarters for the Council on Foreign Relations. The house was constructed for Harold I. Pratt in the years 1919-1920.