Domenic Sicoli, Pauline Choo and Jay Godfrey partner for Cachet Hospitality’s first U.S. hotel

Domenic Sicoli and Pauline Choo collaborate with Jay Godfrey for Cachet Hospitality Group’s first US hotel.
Cachet Boutique NYC in Midtown Manhattan has 105 rooms, a Playboy Club NYC and two restaurants, EDEN Local and the Bellbrook.

Cachet Hospitality Group, an Asia Pacific-based hotel management company, opened its inaugural U.S. hotel, the Cachet Boutique NYC, in Midtown Manhattan. The property has 105 rooms, a Playboy Club NYC and two restaurants.

The property was developed with Merchants Hospitality Group and designed by Cachet’s Bangkok-based design team led by Domenic Sicoli and Pauline Choo, in collaboration with New York-based fashion designer Jay Godfrey.

Cachet Boutique NYC has three outdoor gardens, which can be used for social gatherings and wellness experiences. 


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Jay Kos curated a retail experience to complement the hotel’s design and décor. In addition, the hotel arts program highlights the brand's design-centric aesthetic, showcasing artists from Asia and the U.S.

For dining, Cachet Boutique NYC has a restaurant and bar, EDEN Local, which has a garden oasis. It also has a fire pit and 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.

The property similarly has an outdoor wellness and entertainment area.

For events, the property has one indoor and three outdoor venues totaling 4,500 square feet. The Retreat (an indoor space) measures 1,057 square feet, and has a full-service bar and glass atrium roof that allows for optimal daytime/nighttime exposure. The Retreat Patio (an outdoor space) measures 913 square feet. It has an open-air concept, and includes a private waterfall and garden shrubbery.

The Sky Deck, meanwhile, measures 1,748 square feet. It has an open-air concept decked with greenery and views. Meanwhile, The Bocce Club, which measures 958 square feet, has an open-air concept, and includes recreational activities like bocce ball.

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