New sights, stages and sounds are retrograded at Opry City Stage NYC.
Proximity to Manhattan, picturesque views of the Hudson River, a great dining scene and various entertainment attractions have made Jersey City a great place for meetings, events and tourism. Obviously it’s an ideal place to stay if you’re doing business in Northern New Jersey, but with lots of transportation options, it’s also an affordable option when doing business in Manhattan.
To celebrate the New Year, Residence Inn by Marriott in West Orange, N.J., will offer three group-geared packages to peak interest in booking a meeting or wedding block at the hotel. The first package, the Meet and Thrive package, offers a 5 percent room rate discount for groups of 10 or more rooms. This package also includes 2,000 additional Marriott Reward Points and a complimentary AM/PM Coffee Break. The Meet and Thrive package is offered from Jan. 1, 2017 through Dec. 31, 2017.
Jersey City’s Battello knows how to float a planner’s boat.
On HGTV’s Kitchen Cousins, Anthony Carrino takes kitchens and flips them on their head—turning them from dull to drab.
And that is exactly what he did for Battello, a restaurant situated on the Hudson River in Jersey City, with a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline.
Downtown Manhattan, filled with industrial chic spaces and effortlessly stylish people, is the epitome of cool, but fighting traffic at the tunnels to make it to an event? Definitely not cool. So where do you hold an event when you want that New York City flair without the hassle? The Loft at 350 in West Orange! This stylish venue is tucked inside the Wilshire Grand Hotel, a full-service hotel with 89 rooms and 13 suites.