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With warm palettes made up of wood millwork, ceramic tile and marble, lush plants, and touches of burnished brass, Freehand New York is a home away from home.
Joining its sister location in Miami is Freehand New York—a 395-room hotel in the former George Washington Hotel, by Sydell Group. To complement the unique and free-spirited rooms, the hotel also welcomes guests to expansive public spaces, two restaurants, and the George Washington Bar. With warm palettes made up of wood millwork, ceramic tile and marble, lush plants, and touches of burnished brass, the hotel is a home away from home.
Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying brunch at Studio and visiting Broken Shaker for a delicious cocktail.
The Equinox Hotel is welcoming the fun and fit New York local to enjoy its “Locals Only” package.
The William Vale is continuing its “Choose Your Own Love Story” package through the end of February.
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