Cachet Hospitality Group Opens Cachet Boutique NYC in Manhattan's New West Side

NEW YORK, NY. November 8, 2017 – Cachet Boutique NYC, the U.S. flagship property of the Asia-Pacific based hotel management company Cachet Hospitality Group, opened yesterday in Manhattan’s bustling Midtown West neighborhood. With six properties in operation and five more in the pipeline, the group welcomes its U.S. flagship destination to its growing global portfolio. The 105-room contemporary and Asian-inspired New York hotel provides an immersive cultural experience for guests in search of a haven to relax and reset.

“At Cachet Boutique NYC, we’re creating a collection of experiences that define New York City and offering them to our guests from the instant they check in to the moment they go out and explore on their own” said Kevin Fenton, Managing Director, Cachet Boutique NYC. “When visiting this city, guests appreciate an experience that provides a dose of culture that is fueled with thought-provoking, highly curated programs of culinary, art, design, food, fashion and entertainment.”

Cachet Boutique NYC will boast two of the West Side’s trendiest dining destinations spearheaded by internationally acclaimed and award-winning restauranteur Chef David Laris. The restaurants’ culinary concepts and décor reflect Chef Laris’s forward-thinking vision. EDEN Local, which opened last week to rave reviews, offers locally-sourced ingredients, an exciting cocktail list and a lively indoor-outdoor bar scene. The Bellbrook, scheduled to open in 2018, reimagines classic Asian food in a cavernous dining room.

The New York property follows the successful opening of several hotels in Asia and Mexico. "Our global portfolio continues to expand with additional openings in North America and Asia planned throughout 2018, " stated Robert Roche, Chairman of Cachet Hospitality Group. "We are excited about our entry into the U.S. market with our newest property in New York City.”

For more information, or to make a reservation, travelers may visit www.CachetBoutiqueNYC.com or call 212-947-2999.

About Cachet Boutique NYC Hotel

The debut U.S. flagship property of Cachet Hospitality Group is an urban cultural oasis with 105 contemporary rooms and suites set amidst three discreet outdoor gardens. Our dining concepts are the vision of veteran restaurateur Chef David Laris and include EDEN Local, a farm-to-table restaurant and the Bellbrook, a contemporary bistro reimagining classic Asian food. Coming soon in 2018, the Playboy Club NYC will return accompanied by an innovative concept store experience, Jay Kos at the Playboy Club NYC. The gardens include The Retreat, Sky Deck and The Bocce Club and boast glowing fire pits, attentive service, and refined aesthetics, providing guests an intimate space to relax, or sip cocktails. Cachet Boutique NYC was developed in partnership with Merchants Hospitality Group and designed by Cachet’s world famous Bangkok based design team led by Domenic Sicoli and Pauline Choo with design influence by Jay Godfrey. To make a reservation, guests may visit www.CachetBoutiqueNYC.com or call 212.947.2999.

About Cachet Hospitality Group

Cachet Hospitality Group (CHG) is a global hospitality branding, design and management company with an expanding portfolio of premier hotel, food, beverage and nightlife brands in the Americas, Greater China and South-East Asia. Our newest property, Cachet Boutique NYC marks our exciting entry into the US market in 2017, with established properties operating in Shanghai, Kunming, Phuket, Cabo San Lucas. CHG has a confirmed pipeline in Utah, Shaoxing, Baoji, Wuhan, Chengdu and Bangkok and additional development in Cabo San Lucas.
CHG has a wide range of hotel brand offerings including Cachet Boutique, Cachet Deluxe, Cachet Resorts, Cachet Hotels, URBN and Savant; as well as a curated range of F&B options by celebrated restaurateur, David Laris, including the Bellbrook, EDEN, Porterhouse, Le Sheng, and Aleta, among others. Our entertainment and nightlife brands include Cachet Beach Club and Cachet Pool Club. CHG also recently announced a joint partnership with Wahlburgers International to expand the “better-burger” brand into the Asia-Pacific region. CHG was recently named one of 2017’s Up-and-Coming Hotelier by BDWest, the leading trade fair for the hospitality design business. CHG has offices in Shanghai, Bangkok and Los Angeles.

About Merchants Hospitality

Founded 31 years ago, Merchants Hospitality and its Principals have owned, operated, and developed some of the most luxurious destinations in the country and Caribbean. Properties have included Hotels, Residential Condominiums, Office Buildings and Restaurants including 485 Fifth Avenue, currently home to the Hyatt Andaz, the Beekman Hotel at UN Plaza, 260 Park Avenue South Luxury Condominium, Aruba Starwood Hotel, Resort & Time Share, NYC’s famous Pier 15 at South Street Seaport, and 350 Madison Avenue to name a few. Merchants also owns 18 premier restaurants in NYC including Philippe Chow on 60th and Madison, which is one of NYC’s most profitable restaurants per NYC F&B 2015. Merchants is developing a 219, 242-square foot prime residential and retail luxury senior living facility located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. www.MerchantsHospitality.com

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