It’s one of the hottest weeks in NYC!! All the fashionistas and celebrities alike put on their city best and hit the town! That’s right, it’s Fall Fashion Week 2010.
From February 11 – 18, 2010, New York City will be pulsating with the hottest new fashion trends for this season. Held for the last time in Bryant Park, the Tents at Bryant Park will showcase some sassy new designers, as well as veterans of the fashion world.
Follow the action of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week by becoming a fan on their Facebook page or use the Twitter hashtag #NYFW to join the conversation.
Times are tough. We hear you! That’s why we are now offering a complete meeting package with tons of discounts to ease up on the company wallet. Check out our “Economy Friendly Package”.
Whether you are hosting a large convention or a small executive meeting, this package has got you covered. We are offering deals on group room blocks, Food & Beverage, Audio Visual and other great perks.
Contact our sales department here at The Roosevelt Hotel by emailing us at email@example.com opr calling us at 212-661-9600.
Have you seen our hysterical meeting planner video with comedian Frankie Hudak? It’s Friday, have yourself a good laugh!
The Life of a Meeting Planner: Are We Having Fun Yet?
It’s been many months in the making and has taken many people, many hours to finish, but we are finally ready to introduce the newly design website for The Roosevelt Hotel New York!
Still at www.theroosevelthotel.com, we offer more features than ever and have created a user friendly source of information about our midtown hotel. Tak the tour and see all of the great upgrades.
What do you think of our new look? Let us know what you think by posting a comment here.
Restaurant week in NYC is in full swing. Kicking off last week and lasting until February 7th, now is the time to get your grub on. Book your table at a wide selection of restaurants throughout the city. New York’s top restaurants will serve three-course lunches for $24.07 – a play off the catchy 24/7 – and three-course dinners for $35.00. Beverages, tax and gratuity not included.
In addition to the traditional restaurant week shenanigans, you’ll also see a Restaurant Week truck driving around the city and offering soup from participating Restaurant Week eateries. All soup is $6 per serving and $1 from each purchase will be donated to Haiti relief efforts. You can even keep track of what the Restaurant Week truck is serving and its current location in real-time via Twitter.
You don’t want to miss out on the most delicious, and affordable, week in NYC. Click here to check out the participating restaurants and their menus.