Cachet Hospitality Group, an Asia-Pacific based hotel management company, is opening its inaugural U.S. hotel, Cachet Boutique NYC, in Midtown Manhattan in September 2017. The Cachet brand combines its design-centric aesthetic and East meets West hospitality, and infuses it with New York City flair to bring a food and entertainment experience to Manhattan. Cachet Boutique NYC will have 105 rooms and villas, a Playboy Club NYC and two restaurants, EDEN and the Bellbrook.
The property was developed in partnership with Merchants Hospitality Group and designed by Cachet’s Bangkok-based design team led by Domenic Sicoli and Pauline Choo, in collaboration with NYC’s fashion designer Jay Godfrey. Cachet Boutique NYC has three outdoor gardens, which will be used for events such as outside yoga classes and after-work champagne tastings. Standard amenities include on-demand spa services, personalized meditation sessions by and in-room alternative wellness treatments. In addition, a hotel arts program will play a central role in highlighting the brands design-centric aesthetic, showcasing modern artists from Asia and the U.S.
The guest experience at Cachet Boutique NYC will include a proprietary technology platform that will bring together bookings, reservations, CRM and social media. Cachet’s platform is a luxury lifestyle community with a search and booking engine for boutique and lifestyle hotels and high-end residences worldwide. The platform’s loyalty program also allows guests of Cachet Boutique NYC to access interactive mobility, exclusive member rates and personalized food and beverage offerings.
Located steps from Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen and the soon to be opened Hudson Yards, Cachet Boutique NYC offers a mix of arts, design, food, entertainment and retail.
Cachet Boutique NYC’s new signature restaurant and bar, EDEN, will draw inspiration from the wellness movement, serving all natural, homemade breakfast, lunch and dinner. EDEN will have a wine list, globally-inspired cocktails and dishes created by Chef David Laris. The restaurant’s garden will be designed for chic starlit dinners, happy hour hangouts or group soirées.
Guests can also sip on a cocktail or have a bite to eat in the hotel's indoor-outdoor dining experience. The space has a fire pit and 2,000 square feet of outdoor space. Guests can also take advantage of the property's outdoor wellness and entertainment area. Consisting of an array of spa services, it will serve as an location for wellness-oriented, social day gatherings.