NYC Honeymoon Retreat – The Benjamin Hotel
28 Oct 2017 Athena and Camron on their Honeymoon.
NYC Brides! We experienced THE BENJAMIN, a luxury boutique hotel in Midtown Manhattan during Bridal Fashion Week 2017. Our beautiful online editor Athena Grace stayed with her new husband at The Benjamin Hotel in this incredible terrace suite overlooking Lexington Avenue. The discreet venue is the best a select choice for hosting an engagement shower, a rehearsal dinner, or like Athena and her husband say it felt like, a second honeymoon!
The glamorous hotel, a New York City Landmark, was originally designed as an apartment hotel with wind-swept terraces to entertain.
It is an absolute dream for a bride and groom wanting to stay with their bridal party and family during their wedding week. With a large open function room, beautiful windows, a gorgeous staircase, and some of the best food we’ve tasted, you can’t get better than this!.
The Benjamin Hotel offers free upgrades for the bride and groom when they book out rooms for themselves and their bridal party. Which means YOU get to experience a terrace suite.
The terrace suite located on the top floors, feature a huge open space with a king bed and separate living room with a queen sleeper sofa. The kitchenette has everything you need, if you don’t opt for ordering from the room service menu created by Food Network’s Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, known for his inventive culinary styling (wait until you see the famous avocado toast Athena + Camron got to feast on!).
The HUGE outdoor wrap-around terrace has up to 270 degree views of the surrounding streets (and it is a stunning spot!). Furnished with a mix of Art Deco and modern urban décor, it is a visual feast (which we know our brides love!).
The NYC apartment-like lifestyle making Athena + Camron feel so comfortable and completely won our vote for the most authentic NYC wedding accommodation sure to create memories for you and your bridal party. Enjoying the city that never sleeps from the privacy of a private terrace? Yes please!