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Delving into New York’s Art Scene

The Studio of the Art Students League of New York.

On this blog we have covered art museums extensively, and for good reason, as New York is a literal treasure trove of art. But that doesn’t mean all of the city’s artistic gems are concentrated in the hands of the Met, Guggenheim or Moma. If guests of our boutique hotel … Read More

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Two Contrasting Views of NYC

A helicopter tour in NYC.

There aren’t enough adjectives to properly describe the experience of visiting New York. Everything is simply more exciting in the city: the buildings are bigger, the pace is quicker, the shops are trendier and the attractions are grander. Guests staying at our boutique hotel The MAve have a limitless amount … Read More

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A (Cheap) Night at the Museum

Van Gogh's Starry Night at the NYC MOMA.

New York has so many world-class art museums that it can be incredibly expensive to see them all. Thankfully, however, a number of the museums offer special promotions one or two nights of the week, when they lower their prices and stay open late, which, for tourists, is a winning … Read More

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Contemporary Art at the MoMA PS1

The exterior of the MoMA PS1 in Queens'.

Think all of New York’s great art museums are concentrated on the island of Manhattan? Well, think again. The MoMA PS1 in Queens’ Long Island City neighborhood is one of the country’s leading contemporary art museums. Getting to the museum from our boutique hotel The MAve in Midtown Manhattan is … Read More

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Eating A Swath Through The West Village

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Greenwich Village is one of New York’s most iconic neighborhoods, having come to fame in the 20th century as a bohemian haunt for poets, musicians and artists. The neighborhood’s role as an alternative haven reached its peak in the 1960s when artists like Bob Dylan brought the Village to the … Read More

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