Lounge in Love on Valentine’s Day at Kimpton Ink48 Hotel

Offer Consists of Ice Skating, Scenic Cruise, Late Check-Out and More

New York, NY. January 31, 2018 -

Kimpton Ink48 Hotel, an upscale boutique hotel in New York City’s vibrant Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, is introducing the Lounge in Love offer for couples looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day in style. The engaging experience includes ice skating, in-room amenities, a cruise experience, room service dining credit and late check-out. Guests who want to spice up their love lives for the most romantic holiday of the year can book this offer the weekend before or the weekend after Valentine’s Day, February 9-11, 2018 and February 16-18, 2018, respectively.
The Lounge in Love offer includes a variety of romantic and iconic New York City experiences to ensure that couples have a special Valentine’s Day celebration. Guests will glide into the weekend with two tickets to enjoy a day of ice skating at the Wollman Rink in Central Park, one of the city’s most celebrated traditions. On Saturday evening, couples can embark on a scenic Classic Harbor Line Champagne City Lights Cruise on Yacht Manhattan, a luxurious 1920s-inspired vessel, to take in some of New York City’s most spectacular sights.
A welcome respite after a long day out on the town, when couples arrive to their room, they can toast to their future with sparkling wine and an indulgent dessert. To continue the night in the privacy of their rooms, there will also be a complimentary intimacy kit available. Couples traveling with pets will receive a treat for their furry companion.
Guests who book the Lounge in Love offer will also a receive a $25 credit for in-room dining, ideal for a cozy breakfast in bed on a cold New York City morning. On the day of their departure, couples can snuggle up and enjoy the stunning Manhattan vistas through the room’s oversized windows while taking advantage of complimentary late check-out.
Located in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, Kimpton Ink48 features 222 guestrooms and specialty suites, most with breathtaking views of Manhattan and the Hudson River. The hotel also offers a stunning two-story “Heaven Over Hell Suite” featuring 1,100 square feet of indoor space and am expansive 2,200-square-foot outdoor terrace with unobstructed, panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows. A full-service onsite luxury spa, the rooftop Press Lounge, acclaimed PRINT. Restaurant and 6,000 square feet of inspiring meeting and event space complete the Kimpton Ink48 experience.
Lounging in Love starts at $299 per night inclusive of ice skating, cruise tickets, in-room amenities and late check-out. For additional information about Kimpton Ink48, please visit: www.ink48.com.

Kimpton Ink48 Hotel makes its mark in New York City's burgeoning and historic Hell's Kitchen neighborhood. A full-service lifestyle hotel situated on the southwest corner of 11th Avenue at 48th Street, Kimpton Ink48 is close enough to the city's iconic epicenter yet far enough away to be an inviting and playful urban retreat. The hotel underwent an extensive and design-driven renovation in 2016, updating the guestrooms, suites and lobby. Known as a wellness oasis, Kimpton Ink48 is home to Kimpton's in-room yoga mats, complimentary PUBLIC branded bikes, the hotel’s own Runner's Amenity Kit, Wellness Wiz and eco-conscious InkSpa. Paying homage to its printing house past, this 222-room, 17-story hotel with its inviting rooftop lounge and unobstructed sweeping views of the Hudson River facing west, and the Midtown Manhattan skyline facing east, makes an indelible imprint as the first upscale midtown hotel to grace the far west of Times Square. A Hell’s Kitchen standout at Kimpton Ink48, PRINT. Restaurant is straightforward, sophisticated and uncommonly committed to sustainability. The Press Lounge offers cocktails and light fare complemented by unobstructed views of Manhattan and the Hudson River. Kimpton Ink48 is operated by San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, a leading boutique hotel operator and highly regarded for its innovative employee culture and benefits. For more information call 1-800 KIMPTON or visit www.ink48.com, www.facebook.com/Ink48.comor www.instagram.com/ink48hotel.

San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is the acknowledged industry pioneer that introduced the boutique hotel concept to the United States in 1981. Anchored in one-of-a-kind experiences, Kimpton operates more than 60 hotels and 70 restaurants, bars and lounges across urban locations, resort destinations and up and coming markets in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. Time and again, Kimpton has demonstrated its commitment to creating spaces and experiences that are centered on its guests. From inspiring design that evokes curiosity to forward-thinking flavors that feed the soul, every detail is thoughtfully curated and artfully delivered.  The Kimpton experience is always meaningful, unscripted and ridiculously personal. Kimpton is highly regarded for its workplace culture and has been consistently recognized on the FORTUNE magazine “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. Empowered employees bring to life the heartfelt guest experience that has come to define Kimpton.  In January 2015, Kimpton became part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) family of hotel brands. For more information, visit www.KimptonHotels.com.   

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Joana Costa Marques
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Kristin Huxta Bradley
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants


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