The Tillary Hotel Takes on the Polar Vortex

NEW YORK: The Tillary Hotel is taking the chill out of winter in 2019, with new amenities and packages that offer a slice of authentic Brooklyn for locals and visitors who want to experience the borough's diversity and local talent.

The hotel has teamed up with Veuve Cliquot to install two igloos on the outdoor garden terrace of its Secret Side Bar. Guests can enjoy a dreamy snow-inspired experience while sipping a glass of bubbly, snacking on complimentary popcorn and playing with a variety of oversized games. In fact, every time it snows, Tillary guests can enjoy a $5 glass of bubbles. It's an intimate, charming, fun atmosphere and a perfect after-work destination.

For a healthier way to warm up, the Tillary has partnered with Brooklyn's Lift/Next Level Floats to offer a relaxing experience. The Float Through Winter package for two combines a two night stay in a Junior Suite, a Brooklyn snack basket, a bottle of champagne, bar and T Room Cafe daily vouchers and two float sessions at Lift/Next Level in a therapeutic, saltwater sensory deprivation tank (including round trip Lyft transfer).

Within the hotel, the Tillary holds a weekly Wednesday trivia night for guests and locals, offering great secret prizes. Beginning February 2, there will be Saturday morning yoga classes led by Emily Hyland of the Pizza Loves Emily empire that are complimentary for hotel guests and open to the public for a fee.

Since its launch in 2017, The Tillary has earned a reputation as a chic urban spot in the heart of downtown Brooklyn. General Manager Aliya Huey, a Brooklyn native, is committed to showcasing young, rising talent, including artists, designers, chefs, purveyors, and more.

This includes Brooklynite Fe Noel, a co-designer of the first women's sneaker by LeBron James, who's designing the new staff uniforms set to debut in April 2019; and artist Ron Bass, who was tapped to paint the mural on the hotel's 6th-floor terrace.
(PRN | 1 year ago)

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The Tillary Hotel Takes on the Polar Vortex