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Nyack New York Gets Times Square-Inspired Boutique Hotel

Nyack New York Gets Times Square-Inspired Boutique Hotel


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What to expect from your stay at the new Nyack hotel

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A view of one of the rooms at The Time Nyack boutique hotel.

Before The Time Nyack opened in 2016 — on the site of a former factory that for a time had become artist studios and a jam space for local bands — the village of Nyack didn't have any four- or five-star lodging options. When plans were announced to build a hotel based on the same lifestyle model used for The Time's first namesake property in Times Square, locals were skeptical that a Manhattan formula along with requisite price tag would be viable in a small historic town known for its homegrown boutique shopping and vibrant restaurant scene and mercifully devoid of cookie cutter national chains.

Now, nearly a year after its grand opening, The Time Nyack has exceeded expectations, transforming doubt into enthusiasm not only for rooms that fill a luxury niche but also for the more than 4,000 square feet of flexible onsite event space perfect for weddings, bar mitzvahs, and conferences. All 133 loft-style rooms pay homage to the structure and design of the factory that once occupied this site. Brick walls, exposed ductwork, ceilings ranging between 12 and 20 feet high, large industrial-style windows that flood living spaces with sunlight, and fourth-floor suites with private terraces overlooking the Hudson River create a carefree and creative ambiance.

You also get perks like access to the pool and private patio as well as BV's Grill & Lounge, an outpost of the famed Bobby Van's Steakhouse empire on the ground floor. Renowned for first-class service, dining here begins in the Grill’s Lounge & Bar with one of their specialty cocktails like a tasty Purple Rain. Then head over to the dining room that quickly expands with additional outdoor seating during warmer weather via overhead roller doors leading to the patio and outside bar.

BV's openers like the steakhouse wedge salad (served with a dreamy blue cheese dressing) or oysters on the half shell provide the perfect segue to main courses like 28-day dry-aged New York strip sirloin, horseradish-crusted salmon, and Colorado lamp chops paired with Hilltop Farm organic sides of Brussels sprouts, corn off the cob, creamed spinach, and mashed potatoes. House-made desserts like their chocolate mousse truffle cake and tiramisu offer the perfect finish.

While the craft beer and cocktail lists pay tribute to the restaurant’s New York roots, the wine list draws from a wide array of cutting-edge winemakers as well as classic producers from around the globe.


Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d

Philly's Steak 48 has a spending minimum of $100 per diner and a strict dress code, drawing mockery and claims of racism on social media.

Max Bennett , Patch Staff

Cleveland Heights, OH | 2d



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