Articles Tagged ‘chelsea’

A Walk Through Chelsea

A Walk Through Chelsea March 9, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
New York City’s west side is a mixture of quiet scenery, lively artistic events, and spring in your step activities that fuel the city that never sleeps. On the flip side, when you’re looking for some downtime,  Chelsea boasts a bit of old and new including fine art, food, and attractions. With...

Rubin Museum Makes Dream Sleepover Visit Come True

Rubin Museum Makes Dream Sleepover Visit Come True February 15, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Easily mistakable for a store-front to out-of-towners, the Rubin Museum is in fact a cultural institution placed snugly on a Chelsea street showcasing some of the finest Himalayan art in New York City.  The multi-floor space features a linear history of paintings, iconic imagery, sculptures, and sanctuaries...

Boutique Hotels for Less

Boutique Hotels for Less June 21, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
The quest for affordable, comfortable and stylish lodging in New York City continues. A while back, the New York Times wrote about the trend in tiny, chic hotel rooms. They featured places like the Ace, the Jane and the Pod (apparently the tiny trend extends to hotel names as well). Now a new crop of...

Haunted New York

Haunted New York March 23, 2010 | Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Every city has its ghost stories—I’ll always remember a spooky walk through Edinburgh‘s Greyfriars cemetery, for example—and New York is no exception. Though it can’t claim as rich a haunted history as places like New Orleans or Savannah, and it can’t boast an Alcatraz of...

Springtime in New York

Springtime in New York March 19, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Spring is here…and there’s nothing like springtime in New York City. The snow’s melted away, temperatures are climbing into the 60s, the sky is clear (for now) and the city is literally sparkling. From walks in the park to dining al fresco, here are a few great ways to enjoy the city...