Customers will walk for the first time into the bright and spacious concourse in what will become Delta’s Terminal C, marking a major milestone in the $8 billion transformation of the airport.
Marriott International has purchased the 270-room W New York – Union Square in the heart of Manhattan’s dynamic Union Square neighbourhood. The company paid $206 million for the property, with plans for a significant renovation.
NYC & Company has kicked off its most expansive global tourism marketing campaign to date. The refreshed ‘Famous Original New York City’ initiative is valued at approximately $20 million and will reach 22 global markets including, for the first time ever, Ireland and Singapore.
Conrad Hotels & Resorts has announced the grand opening of the 54-floor, 562-suite Conrad New York Midtown. The property becomes the brand’s second New York City hotel and is located at 151 West 54th St., the former site of the London NYC.
Moxy NYC East Village opens today in the heart of the iconic East Village where rock ‘n’ roll, renegade art, LGBTQ+ activism, and generations of immigrants all merged to give birth to American counterculture.
Paper Daisy is a charming day-to-night cocktail bar where guests can drink and dine al fresco in the sun during the summer months. Here reporter Emily Clark drops in for Breaking Travel News
British Airways has opened its doors to the new Club lounge at New York’s JFK airport. It completes a £50 million investment, following the unveiling of a plush new space for First customers in autumn last year.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced an agreement to brand and manage 69 luxurious residences, located on Fifth Avenue New York, scheduled for completion in 2021.
Moving under the same roof will allow American and British Airways to offer enhanced service between New York and London, further strengthening the airlines’ Atlantic joint business partnership.
Yotel Long Island City marks the group’s eighth hotel under development or operation in the US with city hotels in Boston, San Francisco and Miami alongside three YotelPad properties in Miami, Park City and Mammoth.
The construction of the new concourse is the first step in the reimagining of Terminal B, where American has exclusively operated since December 2017.