Wedding season is in full affect with destination nuptials accounting for a large portion of the wedding market, couples continue to seek cool destination locations to not only satisfy their wedding dreams, but that of their guests.
What is the novelty of having a destination wedding? Simply put, in some cases a destination wedding often turns out to be a great way to combine the honeymoon for the couple but can also serve as a vacation for their guests.
While some couples may be stressing over the big day details, others choose to keep things more enjoyable and look for locations that will not only be a great backdrop for their wedding photos, but will also be a spectacular playground for their guests. What better place than New York City.
We were fortunate to stumble upon a gem that was right underneath our noses, between the Theater district and a few feet away from Times Square. When we say a few feet, we literally mean all you have to do is look out your window and the magic is at your fingertips, you can touch it.
Novetel, Hotels & Resorts, New York Time Square, is one location we would love to recommend to those couples that have always had the fantasy of tying the knot in New York City. No better place than this gem of a location. This sophisticated, modern decorated, hotel host 480 rooms, offering you a choice of beds from King to double and all very chic for you fashionistas that can’t get enough of the city that doesn’t sleep and all its sexy ambiance.
There is nothing like New York City in the summer, cocktails, and the nightlife are definitely a divine combination for love and play.
You are walking distance from the city’s most amazing bridal salons, shops, boutiques, and the heart of the fashion district. Or better yet 5th Avenues shops are a few avenues away.
Looking for historical places to take photos, well you are a taxi ride from Central Park, and all the haute restaurants with some of the world’s greatest chefs.
Don’t take our word for it… take a trip and see for yourself.
Facts about Novotel:
The hotel was built in 1984, and completed an $85 million dollar renovation in 2013, which transformed the Novotel to a 4 star property, including their 480 guest rooms, lobby, Supernova restaurant & bar and 5700 sq. foot terrace.
Regarding weddings, they do not have a wedding planner on premises. Some of the couples utilize a wedding planner, or Jackie will work with you directly to coordinate arrangements.
They do between 5- 10 weddings per year, that range from very small/casual receptions with up to 100 guests for a more formal including ceremony. The capacity of the venue can hold maximum of 500 guests including terrace.
The average cost is about $140++ per person for food/beverage, but this can fluctuate depending on specific arrangements.
Yes, they work with vendors for florals, dance floor, linens, music/entertainment.
For bookings and reservations visit www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-0753-novotel-new-york-times-square
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