Aliz Hotel in the News
Aliz Hotel Times Square has been featured in several travel news publications and websites. Please find our latest articles below.
A new year brings a new (bucket) list of awe-inspiring places to visit, and this year we’re resolving to travel more and spend less. That means knowing when to book flights (turns out Sunday is the new Tuesday), doing our research (this roundup ought to help with that), and swapping tourist traps for vibrant locales without the upcharge. Ahead, eight noteworthy destinations we can’t wait to explore in 2019.
With a flurry of much-needed infrastructural and design improvements—as well the unveiling of the largest private real-estate development in U.S. history—the Big Apple is gearing up for an annus mirabilis.
A new Momofuku Noodle Bar in Columbus Circle, hints of a South Korean life in the former Mas (farmhouse) space and other restaurant news.
Where better to drink in the views of New York City than from way up high?
When this Times Square hotel opens in the Fall, it will be one of the tallest hotels in NYC!
Since opening Dear Irving has been a unique addition to the NYC cocktail scene. Guests are immediately transported to a different era—well, four different eras—based on distinctive decor choices in the bars four main spaces.
For some, March means spring break; for die-hard aesthetes, it means a slate of can’t-miss industry happenings around the world. New Yorkers and visitors alike have the Armory Show, Asia Week, and AD’s own Design Show to look forward to.
The question of where to grab a drink pre-or-post theatre has long plagued chic urbanites. Now, there’s another name to add to that woefully-short list: Dear Irving on Hudson, perched on top of the Aliz Hotel.
Aliz, a new independent boutique hotel brand, opened it’s first NYC hotel in late 2018. The guest rooms feature luxury bedding, high-tech audio & visual room systems, free wifi and Keurig® coffee machines.