Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel and Hotel Chantelle – NYC’s Year Round Rooftops!

Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel and Hotel Chantelle

As we all try to hang on to any remaining remnants of Summer, today’s cooler temperatures are reminding us that Fall is much closer than we thought. But that doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t still hang out on our favorite NYC rooftops in the colder months ahead!!Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel and Hotel Chantelle are gearing up to winterize their rooftops this week – with the first official day of fall being this Wednesday, September 23rd – where New Yorkers can still enjoy happy hours, brunches and dinner all year-round! Please let me know if you can include Penthouse808 and/or Hotel Chantelle  in any year-round rooftop stories or posts you are working on. See additional info/photos below- happy to send hi-res images as well.

Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel: 8-08 Queens Plaza South

Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel and Hotel Chantelle – NYC’s Year Round Rooftops!As the Fall/Winter months approach, Penthouse808, the rooftop restaurant and lounge at Ravel Hotel in Long Island City, will bring back their winter-ized set up for guests to enjoy all year round. Situated at 8-08 Queens Plaza South, adjacent to the 59th Street Queensboro bridge, Penthouse808’s indoor/outdoor space offers guests unparalleled views of the Manhattan skyline. Retractable awnings meet with a clear vinyl encasing, allowing for patrons to experience the breathtaking view while cozied up in the warmth of an enclosed rooftop venue. With 220 seats, heaters adorn the sprawling 8,000 sq. foot space where guests can enjoy Executive Chef Seth Levine’s Asian and Pacific Rim style menu or sip on cocktails like the Sailor’s Stash and the Mahalo.

Hotel Chantelle Roof: 92 Ludlow Street (at Delancey)

Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel and Hotel Chantelle – NYC’s Year Round Rooftops!With a retractable roof that closes during the Fall and Winter months, Hotel Chantelle’s rooftop is the perfect setting for any occasion year-round! Whether enjoying brunch on the weekends, sipping cocktails after work or indulging in Executive Chef Seth Levine’s mouthwatering dishes, this rooftop will be heating up in the colder months approaching us. Decorated with lamp post lighting, park benches and draping floral greeneries, guests can enjoy this relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere that transports guests from the busy streets of New York City to a beautiful Parisian garden located in downtown Manhattan.  And looking into winter as the snow starts to fall, the scene resembles that of the inside of a snow globe, where diners and party-goers alike know where to go for a delicious meal and high-energy late night soiree. Heading to Europe this Fall? Make a pit stop across the pond where Hotel Chantelle just launched in London!