I love to travel, I love to discover new places and cool spots. I’m a super lucky girl, since my job requires a lot of traveling. I always try to do a little research online before I travel. I love to travel blogs, since I prefer to get informed about must do and sees from someone I know (or follow). Next to the blogs I get inspired by instagram. I always try to add the location to my photo app. And if I notice a picture of a beautiful coffee, sandwich, salad, cocktail, interior, hotel or whatever interesting, I take a screenshot of it. Since I get so many questions about where to shop, eat, drink and hang out in Amsterdam, Milan, NY or wherever I came up with the idea to pay more attention to these places on my Instagram and Lindatol.com. And please if you have some good tips, share your experiences with me!
This post will be the Hudson New York Hotel. In my opinion it’s always difficult to find a good, cool, well located and affordable hotel in NYC. Airbnb is a good solution. But some of us prefer a bit of luxury during a holiday, citytrip or stay during fashion week. I stayed at the Hudson Hotel during NYFW. You might remember the photos, in front of the hotel, the lobby, the crazy pictures with Alessandro in the room and the huge burgers and fries dinner we enjoyed.
The Hudson is the next generation of hotel, it’s stylish, democratic, young at heart and utterly cool. Born from the innovative vision of design impresario Philippe Starck, this luxury New York boutique hotel is exuberantly energetic, breathtakingly beautiful and architecturally unpredictable. And they’re right! It’s not just the hotel and the service the location is great! Hudson is located in midtown, just steps from Central Park, Columbus Circle Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Time Warner Center and the theater district. For fashion week is not great but super great! It’s just a 5 min walk from Lincoln Center. Another plus point are the hang outs. 1. Hudson Common, a modern-day beer hall and burger joint with nightly entertainment. 2. Sky Terrace (open seasonally), an English garden in the skies of New York City, for a quiet drink and an epic view. 3. Hudson Lodge (open seasonally), New York’s first urban ski-resort themed bar filled with authentic taxidermy, faux-fur throws and sheep-skin pillows.
So, bottom line. This hotel is a must stay is you like a stylish, designed, super located, affordable, energetic hotel.