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Breaking Travel News investigates: Roger Smith Hotel, New York

Breaking Travel News investigates: Roger Smith Hotel, New York

29 September 2017 Focus

The Roger Smith Hotel is that all-too-uncommon thing: a family-owned hotel in 21st-century, Midtown Manhattan. Colour and creativity shine amid the surrounding skyscrapers and concrete. Here Breaking Travel News reporter Eleanor Hawkins finds out more.

Breaking Travel News investigates: New York CityPASS

Breaking Travel News investigates: New York CityPASS

27 June 2017 Focus

Visitors to New York City can find it overwhelming, but not if they have CityPASS – the very best attractions hand-picked and wrapped up in an easy-to-use ticket booklet. Here Adam Kahan takes the innovative product for a test ride around one of the greatest cities in global hospitality.

World Travel Market 2016: NYC & Company returns to London

World Travel Market 2016: NYC & Company returns to London

This week during World Travel Market in London, NYC & Company is showcasing the ‘new’ New York City and great value winter experiences available throughout the five boroughs to influential members of the global travel industry. The official destination marketing organisation will also spotlight the city’s starring role in the upcoming movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

New York predicts record visitor numbers in 2016

New York predicts record visitor numbers in 2016

NYC & Company has announced its 2016 tourism forecast, with the city expected to welcome a high of 59.7 million visitors, making it the seventh consecutive year for record-breaking tourism. “Every corner of New York City is full of diverse cultures, art, entertainment and performing arts,” said New York mayor Bill de Blasio. “It is not surprising – but still exciting – to know that 2016 will be yet another record breaking year for tourism.”

NYC & Company sets new ambitious targets for New York tourism

NYC & Company sets new ambitious targets for New York tourism

Mayor Bill de Blasio, deputy mayor for housing and economic development Alicia Glen, NYC & Company president Fred Dixon, and NYC & Company board of directors chairman Emily Rafferty have announced that New York City is on the ‘Road to 10 Million More Visitors,’ sharing the next tourism forecast of 67 million annual visitors by the end of 2021. The announcement was made during NYC & Company’s annual meeting of more than 800 tourism and hospitality industry members at Lincoln Centre’s Alice Tully Hall.