By Liz Black, September 9th, 2012
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By Renee Lucas, March 3rd, 2011
You’ve heard of chocolate on your pillow, but marshmallow’s are much more fun. Now, at the Duane Street Hotel a brushed-steel serving cart brimming with delectable homemade marshmallows stops at individual guestrooms every Thursday through Sunday as part of the Duane Street Hotel’s newly enhanced turndown service.
By Renee Lucas, February 1st, 2011
While new hotels like The Standard, The Trump Soho and The Andaz always attract a young and modern crowd, sometimes it’s good to step outside of the trendy zone and check into some of New York’s gems. To get a feel of the foundation of what New York is made of, I’m staying at some of these iconic boutique properties operated by HK hotels, at various locations around the city to see what they offer, and how hotel customer service existed when gentlemen were polite, and it was always, Ladies First.
By Renee Lucas, November 2nd, 2010
By Eva Medoff, March 24th, 2010
From John Galliano’s shrouded Russian brides to Grace Coddington’s reinterpretation of Hansel and Gretel, fashion is, and always has been, about fantasy. Moschino is no longer offering fantasy through things you can wear, however. They’re now offering an entire fantasy world you can enter, through their new Milan-based hotel, Maison Moschino.