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Luxe Life Hotel New York Debuts in Manhattan

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Luxe Hotels unveiled Luxe Life Hotel New York, which is located in the city’s NoMad neighborhood at 19 West 31st Street in the building that once housed Life magazine beginning in 1895.

The pet-friendly boutique hotel, which is the company’s first New York property, features 98 rooms and suites with complimentary WiFi, a 24-hour business center, a 24-hour fitness center and continental breakfast.

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The Marilyn Restaurant is equipped with an open kitchen and serves homemade pastas and seasonal plates, along with breads and pastries baked in a brick oven.

The Speakeasy, set in the hotel’s basement, is scheduled to open this summer and will feature craft cocktails, along with distinctive beer and wine selections.

“We are elated to bring Luxe Hotels’ casual luxury to guests in New York,” said Efrem Harkham, chairman and CEO of Luxe Hotels. “Travelers will find exceptional service, as well as value and comfort when they stay at Luxe Life, plus the opportunity to stay in a landmark building with an incredible legacy.”

Luxe Life Hotel New York is the fifth in the company’s portfolio of boutique hotels. Last year it debuted the Luxe Rose Garden Hotel Roma in Rome, its first property in Europe.

The company’s flagship property, Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel in Los Angeles, is undergoing a renovation of upward of $6 million, which will be completed this spring.

Other hotels under the Luxe umbrella include Luxe City Center Hotel in downtown Los Angeles and the Sunset Boulevard Hotel Brentwood.

Contact a travel agent or visit luxehotels.com to learn more.

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Couples Resorts Implements Relief Plan for Employees

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Couples Resorts has implemented its official employee relief plan during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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The company, which owns and operates a collection of four all-inclusive properties in Jamaica, has announced that each employee will be entitled to paid vacation, all of their benefits and a portion of their salary during the resorts’ closure due to the global impact of COVID-19.

“This brand recognizes the important roles each essential employee brings to the brand’s success and aims to help prioritize their health and safety during these challenging times,” the company said in a statement.

Couples Resorts also confirmed that its non-profit organization, The Issa Trust Foundation, has donated more than $238,000 of critical medical equipment and supplies such as ventilators, x-ray machines, hand sanitizer, beds and stretchers to assist Jamaica’s hospitals.

Couples Resorts is just one example of Caribbean resorts’ ongoing efforts to support the fight against COVID-19.

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