Royalton partners with McNally Jackson Bookshop for in-room fireside reading

Courtesy of Royalton New York

Just in time for New York’s dip in temperatures, Royalton New York launches its Fireside package, inviting guests to warm the senses fireside… with McNally Jackson book in-hand.

With Royalton’s Fireside package, guests can cozy up this season next to one of Royalton’s 55 wood-burning guest room fireplaces (complete with customizable scented wood chips) with a smoke-inspired signature cocktail in one hand and a book in the other.  This year, the hotel has partnered with McNally Jackson Bookshop to bring a curated in-room library, comprised of novels and short stories perfect for fireside reading. 

The collection, specially curated for the Royalton offers plenty of options from different genres, providing something for everyone.  From bone-chilling novels like the Complete Stories of Truman Capote, to feel-good tales from NYC locals themselves in Humans of New York the selection also offers books reminiscent of the hotel’s location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, with options like Teresa Carpenter’s New York Diaries, New York Magazine’s New York Stories and Monocle’s Guide to New York. 

The Fireside package is a full-sensory immersion that will make it impossible for guests to want to leave their rooms.

Package Includes:

Suite accommodations complete with in-room wood-burning fireplaces (the hotel offers the most in the city!)

Fireplace Concierge service, including your choice of fireplace sachet {wood scents: oak, pecan, maple, hickory or apple}

$75 food and drink credit to our fire-inspired menu filled with warm and smokey flavors

Selection of books curated by McNally Jackson Bookshop

Late check out at 1pm

About Royalton:

The elegant, contemporary, and sophisticated Royalton New York sets the standard for boutique hospitality in one of the world’s most dynamic cities. Situated on a quiet block in a landmark building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the iconic boutique hotel boasts 55 floor-to-ceiling cast iron fireplaces — more than any other hotel in Manhattan — and is just steps from the bustling energy of Times Square, Bryant Park and Grand Central Station.

 

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