The best hotel deals for Labor Day weekend in New York
For those looking for a welcome respite from the eternal chaos of Labor Day weekend beach getaways, two of downtown New York’s hottest hotels have unveiled some tempting vacation deals. :
After a multi-million dollar renovation, the iconic Gansevoort Meatpacking invites New Yorkers to experience the adults-only Gansevoort, with two new restaurants – European-inspired Coffee + Cocktail, and the Omakase contextual bar, Saishin, in partnership with Kissaki.
Customers who book the Summer rebirth package can save up to 30% off the best available rate for their weekend stay, and enjoy the chic Meatpacking District shopping scene with a 20% discount at the nearby retail store, Eberjey. Enjoy a private shopping experience for up to four people and a morning glass of champagne or mimosa when booking an appointment.
For those who wish to take advantage of the popular rooftop swimming pool and on-site dining options, the hotel offers two daybed reservations for a perfect pool day, in partnership with Esclans Castle wines:
- 1 daybed up to a full day
- 1 bottle of Rock Angel
- $ 300 food and beverage credit per stay
- 1 daybed for up to six hours
- 1 bottle of Whispering Angel
- $ 150 food and beverage credit per stay
The Walker Hotel Tribeca has created the perfect excuse to stay indoors for an extended stay this Labor Day weekend.
During National Video Game Day, September 12, the hotel offers three newly created game suites, with experiences including an arcade classics room, a Nintendo 64 themed room for ’90s nostalgia and a futuristic virtual reality room with an Oculus headset.
For those who want to make it a night, the hotel is “Everything is fun and games” package offers overnight guests exclusive access to the game rooms at a time of their choice, as well as:
- Two complimentary aperitifs at the Walker Tribeca Lobby Bar (available Tuesday through Sunday 4pm to 10pm)
- A perfect mini Polaroid camera for taking pictures of your best scores
- Upgrades and late check-out subject to availability
The game rooms are open to the public, with tickets starting at $ 25 for a 1.5-hour reservation window.