Whats New in IC?
Everything you need to know about whats been going on this in IC this February:
The NU Hotel mural project is a way for us to offer up a special opportunity for a wonderful community of artists who are interested in working in such a large and permanent scale. We have an ongoing submission process open to any Brooklyn artist. It’s our goal to offer a unique and fun experience to artists and while offering the same to our guests. Our murals vary from the more abstract to realistic, many incorporating local architecture and details that connect the works to Brooklyn.
Overlooking West Beach, the Santa Barbara Harbor and Stearns Wharf, Hotel Milo is perfectly situated for exploring the city by foot, or on one of the hotel’s bikes, which are available for complimentary use.
The key to Outlook’s early success is that it’s eclectic while remaining accessible. The menu reads easy, dividing flavorful components into soups/salads, share plates and more standard-sized fare. Overlooking the city’s bustling Seaport district from inside the sleek lobby of the adjoining Envoy Hotel, you might as well indulge in the maritime specialties on offer. The seared Atlantic halibut —with grilled bok choy — as well as the Georges Bank scallops, in a bed of black lentils, are worth the price of admission.
Situated close to downtown Brooklyn and the Brooklyn House of Detention (with a cocktail lounge called Misdemeanor), this modern boutique hotel offers a substantial free breakfast buffet.
To top off a great month, Blue Moon Hotel and Winter Haven Hotel in Miami Florida, The Boxer Boston and The Envoy Hotel in Boston, Duane Street Hotel in New York, The Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia and Pan Pacific Seattle in Washington were recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s Annual Hotel Rankings!