Tripleseat, a web-based sales and event management platform, has identified what may be the best hotels in New York City for companies to consider when seeking a fun venue to host a conference, meeting or event.
Places with wonderful amenities, jaw-dropping views and plenty of private spaces for any company meeting, conference call or private events from Williamsburg through the Flatiron District, include:
• Arlo Soho; There are 10 distinct spaces for meetings and events here. Smaller gatherings will feel at home in the library while any of their three studios, each with a connecting terrace, are a great setting for a business meeting or cocktail reception. Large functions (such as corporate events, weddings, or social events) can be hosted in the courtyard or Good Story, the rooftop bar, for a breezy, open-air experience.
• Dream New York Downtown: Located on the border of charming Chelsea and abutting the thriving Meatpacking District, Dream Downtown pairs chic-cool influences with modern elegance. There are eight spaces to consider, including a library meeting room, a gallery, a guest house, the pool, two lounges, and two private dining rooms.
• NoMad NYC: Spacious for any large meeting or corporate event, the NoMad Hotel is located just north of Madison Square Park and offers over 4,000 square feet of unique indoor and outdoor meeting, event, and private dining space in Manhattan. Book one of their five available rooms — two are spacious and multipurpose meeting rooms; there’s also a rooftop bar, and a restaurant buyout.
• The William Vale: In the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhood, The William Vale offers a selection of indoor and outdoor spaces with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline. Book one of their 16 event spaces: their board and conference rooms, ballroom, foyer, pool, terrace, and park can accommodate just about any type of occasion.
• Wythe Hotel: Wythe Hotel has seven versatile event spaces in their Williamsburg building, with the capability to host intimate dinners for 12 to gala receptions for 350 guests. Their event venues include a screening room, private dining room, main hall and outdoor garden – all offering the distinctive historical details of exposed brick and original wood beams, while delivering the AV and technology requirements for any event.
“Boutique hotels are the perfect spot for a smaller more intimate meeting or event,” said Jonathan Morse, CEO of Tripleseat. “Not all events have hundreds of attendees and now corporate event planners are looking for a unique, intimate banquet room that can provide a unique experience. Smaller properties like boutique hotels are a perfect fit.”
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