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I’ll Take Manhattan: A Triumphant Return to NYC’s Most Iconic Neighborhoods

by Matthew Wexler
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Thursday Mar 27, 2014
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From Central Park to Tribeca Cinemas, New York City beckons visitors to explore its distinct neighborhoods from dawn ’til dusk. Triumph Hotels, a collection of unique boutique properties, offers visitors iconic experiences in each of their distinct locales.

Book three or more nights at any of the brand’s six locations and enjoy an only-in-New York experience, that exemplifies each of the six neighborhoods Triumph Hotels calls home. And if you choose to go renegade, not to fear - the hotel will offer one-way car service to or from any of the three area airports so you can travel in style.


Upper West Side: Hotel Belleclaire

Steps away from the historic hotel, guests can picnic in Central Park with $75 worth of snacks, sandwiches and goodies from famed New York eatery Zabar’s.

Packaged in a woven basket and with a branded Triumph blanket in hand, travelers have the ingredients needed for a relaxing New York afternoon.


Theater District: Washington Jefferson

Radio City Music Hall boasts the most spectacular show in the world, but guests will get exclusive behind the scenes access with two tickets to the City Stage Door Tour.

The ultimate insider experience showcases stunning spaces of the landmark stage and a meet-and-greet with a world famous Rockette. Finish off the evening at restaurant Maria Pia with a $50 voucher good for authentic Italian cuisine, and a glass of wine or two.


Midtown: Iroquois New York

Tours are twice as nice under the sun and stars. Two tickets to the Top of the Rock Sun and Stars tour means experiencing the best views of the city (from downtown to the Bronx!) from a premier location during the day, and again under the bright city lights.


Flatiron: Hotel Chandler

Ride in style to the top of the iconic Empire State Building, where two VIP Main Deck Express Passes grant you skip-the-line access to the 86th floor observatory, known for its unmatched panoramic views. It is the Empire State, after all!


NoMad: The Gershwin

The newest neighborhood in the Big Apple, NoMad is home to many of the city’s can’t miss venues. Play, eat and drink with a $20 gift card to join the fun at celebrity-owned SPiN Galactic; $50 to Eataly NYC, the expansive Italian marketplace with pasta, gelato and more; and $30 for artisanal coffee and craft cocktails in a fun atmosphere at PLAY CafĂ©.


Tribeca: Cosmopolitan Hotel

Bike the streets of the Triangle Below Canal with two 24-hour CitiBike gift certificates, stopping along the way to window shop at designer stores or stroll the cobblestone streets.

If you’re lucky, you’ll spot Hugh Jackman at his charitable Laughing Man Coffee & Tea shop where you have $20 to spend before using your two tickets to a movie at the Tribeca Cinemas, which has gained fame for being part of the TriBeCa Film Festival each year.

Terms and conditions apply. Packages available through June 30, 2014.


Matthew Wexler is EDGE’s National Style and Travel Editor. More of his writing can be found at www.roodeloo.com. He is also a trained chef and currently writing a food memoir.

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