• The Campbell Unveils its Impressive Renovation

    An Iconic Grand Central Venue

     
    FROM THE Summer 2018 ISSUE
     

Rumor has it Mr. Campbell, the namesake of The Campbell, used to sit in his boxers before his guests arrived so his pants wouldn’t get wrinkled. That meticulous attention to every detail has been carried on throughout the iconic spot’s history, and the recent renovation is no exception. Walking through The Campbell’s doors makes you feel as if the Roaring ‘20s never died, but now the venue comes complete with modern amenities.

“The restoration is honestly spectacular. We managed to upgrade the bar while remaining true to the integrity of the space, allowing guests to see and experience the space the way it is supposed to be,” says Haley Silvers, junior account executive. “Outside of the physical features and lavishness of the space, guests love the better lighting and sound that came with the renovation. The vibe that is created by the great staff, service, cocktails and food is loved too!”

Mr. Campbell’s private office is now the main bar and features opulent décor, a coffered ceiling and a stone-faced fireplace. Smaller, more private spaces are available as well. The Campbell Palm Court is an intimate bar area, and a former taxi stand, named the The Campbell Terrace, is now a luxurious lounge area. Both spaces are perfect for more intimate affairs.  

At the end of 2017, the NYC & Company 17th Annual Visionaries & Voices Gala was held at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City. The annual event celebrates iconic individuals and institutions that embody the vibrancy and vitality of New York City. The 2017 event honored “The Greatest Showman,” a new film from 20th Century Fox; SPE Partners and the new National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey; and the NFL and Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group for the new NFL Experience Times Square.

 

The 36-room Atticus Hotel in McMinnville, Oregon, opened for business this past spring. The hotel features an on-site restaurant and bar, private dining in the Atticus Hotel Drawing Room, a boardroom for meetings of up to 16 people, a business center and a fitness room. Additional amenities include Dutch-style bicycles, electric-car charging stations, rooms with fireplaces and original artwork from local artists.