NEW YORK, Dec. 9, 2015 | New York City hotel mogul Sean Largotta has announced that Hotel Hugo, Bar Hugo and Il Principe would be more than happy to offer us holiday accommodations and dining. The hotel, rooftop bar and upscale Italian restaurant offer guests “luxurious amenities and high-end dining in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood,” according to a press release.
“Whether guests are in town spending time with family and friends or enjoying a holiday getaway, we want them to be as comfortable as possible. From our dining selections to our stylish accommodations, we’re offering guests a chance to indulge in an unforgettable experience this season,” said Largotta.
Bar Hugo, which officially opened in 2014, is offering a seasonal menu for guests to enjoy.
This menu includes the bar’s creatively named cocktails, such as Solitaire’s Kiss and New Fashioned, along with tantalizing appetizers. Guests can choose from expertly prepared dishes that are ideal for light or moderate evening fare, such as Tuna Tartare made with Ahi tuna, mint and avocado. Bar Hugo provides guests with a relaxing, sophisticated environment that offers stunning views of the Statue of Liberty, the Hudson River and other NYC landmarks. Guests can then retreat to the elegant on-site accommodations at Hotel Hugo.
Bar Hugo | Source: PRNewsFoto/Hotel Hugo
Hotel Hugo offers a combination of contemporary luxury and industrial chic design in the SoHo neighborhood. Created by architect Marcello Pozzi, the hotel has more than 100 guest rooms and suites with luxurious amenities, such as rain showers and custom Italian tile.
From doubles to loft suites, the hotel’s accommodations feature 32-inch flat-screen TV’s that are perfect for watching holiday classics. Each room or suite also has custom wood furnishings that provide a touch of warmth that contrasts with the crisp white and neutral bedding.
Guests can also dine on classic Italian dishes at Il Principe, an on-site restaurant at Hotel Hugo. The restaurant offer an impressive selection of traditional Italian fare that features a Mediterranean twist. Guests can have their meal in the restaurant’s private dining room, which includes a vertical garden wall and skylight that provides an earthy, naturalistic atmosphere.
IF YOU WISH TO TAKE A CHANCE
To learn more about this season’s menu at Bar Hugo, visit the restaurant online at http://www.hotelhugony.com/rooftop-bar.
To make reservations or for more information on Bar Hugo, please call 212.608.1211.