|from £1,099 per person (activities on request)
|When to go
|All Year Round
Snapping the iconic city with a professional photographer.
Driving through the state in a classic car.
Discovering underground concerts in secret venues.
Mastering mixology and creating your own cocktail.
Put simply, the place is ultra edgy, yet utterly classic. Black Tomato has teamed up with our local insiders to design the ultimate long weekend to juice the most out of your stay. Holing up for 3 nights at Soho House, New York’s most exciting hotel in the thick of the vibey, cobble-stoned Meatpacking District, we have got the perfect trip to get under the skin of this unparalleled city.
The best way to see any city is with an expert guide. And when that city is the size or New York, you'll need to make the most of your time.
Chris Hancock is not only a New York expert, but he is also one of themost talented photographers around. Head off on a tour of the Big Apple with him as your guide and discover what city life is like through the lens.
Our other favourite specialist is of the shopping variety. We all know New York is retail therapy heaven, but with our personal shopper to guide you, you’ll be hitting the most cutting edge boutiques, and vintage gems from Brooklyn to Manhattan. Just don’t forget to leave space in your suitecase.
Nightlife, nightlife. Where to start? Look no further, we have the answer to all your partying needs.
Begin your evening learning to craft the perfect cocktail with mixing wizard Albert Trummer at Apotheke. This former opium den in Chinatown was inspired by some of Europe’s best champagne bars and absinthe houses a la Belle Epoque Paris.
The enchanting, exclusive atmosphere makes this the perfect launch pad for a night out to remember. Once you’ve warmed up for some seriously hip underground live music, make the most of our insider access to secret Pirate Concerts, usually held behind unassuming, un-marked doors down back alleys. Think invitation-only smokey jazz lounges. Very cool.
The surrounding areas of New York are so often overlooked. For a taste of the countryside, take a classic car on the forty-minute drive to Sleepy Hollow and immerse yourself in legend.
See the famous cemetery where several celebrities have been laid to rest, explore the architecture and historical gardens of the spectacular Rockefeller Estate, and visit Blue Hill Farm for an incredible meal at their five-star restaurant.
Once back in town, make the most of our art concierge and visit unconventional artists studios, dramatically tucked away in basement. The real lungs of the New York art scene.