Whats New in IC?
Everything you need to know about whats been going on this in IC this April:
The Rittenhouse hotel is on the last leg of a multi-million dollars’ worth of renovations that began in 2012 when Hersha Hospitality Trust purchased the hotel.
The completion of the long-term renovation, broken our into phases over the years, could potentially separate it from competition as Philadelphia gets more hotel rooms.
Renovations worth upwards or $10 million are underway for the 118-room luxury hotel that first opened in 1989. The final round of updates involves a complete redesign of 96 rooms – new furnishings, design elements and technology, among others.
Bahston ain’t Nu Yawk. We all know that. One roots for Brady, the other…honestly, I don’t know anything about sports. Regardless, there is one similarity – both cities are under full construction and have fantastic spots to dine, drink, see and stay.
Boston is currently redeveloping the once-gritty, now-trendy Seaport District – or shall we say “Innovation District” – by building sky-high housing and hotels like Marriott’s latest Autograph concept, The Envoy Hotel. Believe it or not, this 136-room, polished hotel overlooking Fort Point Channel in Boston Harbor used to be a crummy parking lot just over two years ago. #FunFact
At Hotel 48Lex in New York, so-called gallery hosts use two laptop computers to check in guests and encode keys for the 116-room property, part of the Independent Collection.
Arriving guests don’t see hosts behind the barrier of a desk. The hosts are instead fully visible. Their Lenovo ThinkPads rest on a short podium.
Monterey County Weekly named Salt Wood Kitchen & Oysterette at The Sanctuary Beach Resort the best restaurant in Marina, CA.
Asparagus done 7 ways at Lacroix – Check out Philly.com’s feature on Lacroix’s new seasonal ingredient focused tasting.