Cachet Hospitality Group opens NYC flagship

US: Hong Kong-Based hospitality group Cachet has opened Cachet Boutique NYC, its flagship US property.

Located in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighbourhood, the 105-room Cachet Boutique NYC is managed by Merchants Hospitality Group. It offers rooms and suites that include custom-crafted furnishings by designer Jay Godfrey. The Outdoor Junior Suite is a loft-like space with an outdoor terrace and a unique mural.

The Bocce Club Suite is named after the hotel’s Bocce court, which is part of one of three outdoor spaces that will offer seasonal programming. Artisanal cocktails will be served as guests move in and out of the spaces while enjoying activities such as outdoor art exhibitions and intramural Bocce tournaments. The heated sky deck offers cityscape views and contemporary décor.

“At Cachet Boutique NYC, we’re creating a collection of experiences that define New York City and offering them to our guests from the instant they check in to the moment they go out and explore on their own,”  said Kevin Fenton, managing director, Cachet Boutique NYC. “When visiting this city, guests appreciate an experience that provides a dose of culture that is fuelled with thought-provoking, highly curated programs of culinary, art, design, food, fashion and entertainment.”

Cachet Boutique NYC will include F&B options overseen by restauranteur and chef David Laris. EDEN Local offers locally-sourced ingredients, a cocktail list and an indoor-outdoor bar scene. The Bellbrook, scheduled to open in 2018, “reimagines classic Asian food in a cavernous dining room”.

The New York property follows the Cachet Hospitality Group’s opening of several hotels in Asia and Mexico. “Our global portfolio continues to expand with additional openings in North America and Asia planned throughout 2018,” Robert Roche, chairman of Cachet Hospitality Group, said in a statement. “We are excited about our entry into the US market with our newest property in New York City.”

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