In 2019, everyone wants their life to be Instagram-ready. Well, one hotel is taking that a step further by making sure your next stay in New York City is picture perfect.
The Moxy NYC Downtown, centrally located near popular attractions like the World Trade Center and Wall Street, is offering a special new “Hook-Up” package that will transform your room into something way more exciting than just a place to sleep. Even better, they’re all guaranteed to boost your Instagram game.
Currently there are five “hook-up” options available for guests. “Get Flocked” will transform room into a Kacey Musgraves’ trailer wonderland with pink lawn flamingos, flamingo twinkle lights, pink light bulbs, and drinks on ice with inflatable flamingo coasters. The “Moxy Hearts You” option will fill your room with heart candles and pink heart balloons perfect to show someone how much you love them.
For drink lovers, “The Cocktail Special” will see the hotel’s bartenders creating a special drink named after you and served as the special for the day. And music lovers can get a vintage record player with five records of your choice delivered to the room for a “Vinyl Party.”
But if you’re looking for comfort, request the “Pillowfort” to have a secret room made with pillows and blankets hiding within your very own space. This “hook-up” will really have you feeling like a kid again.
If these awesome requests don’t do it for you, it’s worth noting that the hotel has its own basketball court for guests to shoot some hoops during their off time. The hotel’s bar, Recreation, serves up snacks like flatbreads and creative cocktails alongside free arcade games like skee-ball, Pacman, and foosball. It’s guaranteed that no other downtown hotel is quite as fun as The Moxy.
Back in the rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows give incredible views of Lower Manhattan, including the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. And hanging egg chairs offer a quirky touch that’s, again, IG-ready. But the best part: The Moxy Downtown is a total bang for the buck, with lower than average rates for the area.
To book one of the “hook-ups,” guests need to call the hotel directly.