NYC & Company highlights on New York’s new hotels for bleisure travellers

Published on : Saturday, October 21, 2017

New York City tourismNYC & Company, country’s one of the most important hotel chain will open diverse range of new, refreshed and soon-to-open five-borough accommodations with more than 113,700 rooms and the lodging landscape.

 

 

NYC & Company President and CEO Fred Dixon said that New York City expects 139,000 total rooms by the end of 2019, which is based on the current robust pipeline.

 

There are five-borough destination, continues to draw new and return visitors, from business and meetings delegates to leisure travelers seeking authentic, live-like-a-local experiences to ‘bleisure’ travelers who combine both.

 

 

NYC & Company is aligned with the current global movement toward experiential and immersive travel, properties that have undergone transformations and new hotels in the City are going local.

 

 

 

Thoughtfully NYC & Company incorporated the design choices, plus regionally and internationally renowned gastronomic collaborations.

 

 

It enhances the originality and authenticity of the extensive hotel choices available to visitors.

 

 

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