• Hotel Managers Meeting at Trattoria Bianca

    Trattoria Bianca

    Open daily for lunch and dinner, this sleek Italian restaurant features an Art Deco design and offers an oyster bar, with their famous gorgonzola garlic bread, and delicious dishes including Chianti- braised short rib and seafood fritto misto. Wash it all down with a glass of wine from our extensive collection. About the New Yorker Hotel: According to Joseph Kinney, the chief engineer and unofficial archivist of the New Yorker Hotel (an ancillary enterprise not of this magazine but of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church), three types of inquisitive visitors regularly make pilgrimages there: (1) electrical engineers and technology enthusiasts; (2) people interested in U.F.O.s, anti-gravity airships, death-ray weapons, time travel, and telepathic pigeons; (3) Serbs and Croats. (A guest last year, Bozidar Djelic, the deputy prime minister of Serbia, inscribed for Kinney a copy of his book “Serbia: Things Will Get Better.”) Let's make the hotel mangers the 4th Group. "Electrical Engineers, Time Travel UFOs, Serbs and, the Hotel Managers" What better combination would we like?

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  • Hotel Managers Meeting at Trattoria Bianca

    Trattoria Bianca

    Open daily for lunch and dinner, this sleek Italian restaurant features an Art Deco design and offers an oyster bar, with their famous gorgonzola garlic bread, and delicious dishes including Chianti- braised short rib and seafood fritto misto. Wash it all down with a glass of wine from our extensive collection. About the New Yorker Hotel: According to Joseph Kinney, the chief engineer and unofficial archivist of the New Yorker Hotel (an ancillary enterprise not of this magazine but of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church), three types of inquisitive visitors regularly make pilgrimages there: (1) electrical engineers and technology enthusiasts; (2) people interested in U.F.O.s, anti-gravity airships, death-ray weapons, time travel, and telepathic pigeons; (3) Serbs and Croats. (A guest last year, Bozidar Djelic, the deputy prime minister of Serbia, inscribed for Kinney a copy of his book “Serbia: Things Will Get Better.”) Let's make the hotel mangers the 4th Group. "Electrical Engineers, Time Travel UFOs, Serbs and, the Hotel Managers" What better combination would we like?

  • Hotel Managers Meeting at Trattoria Bianca

    Trattoria Bianca

    Open daily for lunch and dinner, this sleek Italian restaurant features an Art Deco design and offers an oyster bar, with their famous gorgonzola garlic bread, and delicious dishes including Chianti- braised short rib and seafood fritto misto. Wash it all down with a glass of wine from our extensive collection. About the New Yorker Hotel: According to Joseph Kinney, the chief engineer and unofficial archivist of the New Yorker Hotel (an ancillary enterprise not of this magazine but of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church), three types of inquisitive visitors regularly make pilgrimages there: (1) electrical engineers and technology enthusiasts; (2) people interested in U.F.O.s, anti-gravity airships, death-ray weapons, time travel, and telepathic pigeons; (3) Serbs and Croats. (A guest last year, Bozidar Djelic, the deputy prime minister of Serbia, inscribed for Kinney a copy of his book “Serbia: Things Will Get Better.”) Let's make the hotel mangers the 4th Group. "Electrical Engineers, Time Travel UFOs, Serbs and, the Hotel Managers" What better combination would we like?

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  • End of the year get-together

    Chart House

    Join our year-end get-together today at . It was good year thanks to our co-host Dennis. Chart House is a high-end chain eatery serving seafood & steakhouse fare in a classy setting with view. Check the menu at https://locu.com/places/chart-house-restaurant-weehawken-weehawken-us/#menu

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  • Christmas Party, Meet the Rotary Club of Wall Street

    Bavaria Bierhaus

    Join us during this most wonderful time of the year at the annual Christmas Party and meet the Rotary Club of Wall Street. We are very excited about the possibility of working together with RCWS for the greater good, starting next year. By joining forces we can truly do wonderful things together and this season might be just the beginning of the most wonderful time. The tickets for this events are free to RCWS members and $25 for the guests and visiting Rotarians. Your event ticket includes 2 drinks & appetizers. Please RSVP and a link to purchase the ticket will be sent to you. We hope you can join us!

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  • Hotel Experience Trade Show

    Jacob Javits Convention Center

    Come and visit us at the Hotel Experience Trade Show, embrace opportunities to generate leads, close sales,and get inspired. We will gather at the booth 3283, Daryon Hotels International, please feel free to roam the exhibits before the meeting and after. Also you can visit us at the Javits November 13-15 anytime if you can not make it to this meetup. Our member Sangeet Seth will be at Booth 3283 during all three days, and I will be roaming the show on Sunday and Tuesday morning and afternoon. Wishing you all a memorable experience! Dennis Rozestwinski Co-Host Hotel Managers Forum

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  • Mothly meeting, presentation by Rhys Griffith

    The Print Lounge

    Do not miss this opportunity to attend our meeting and be a part of an interactive presentation of Jejeo by Mr. Rhys Griffith. Be first to review and talk to the founder and creator of the innovative application "Jejeo" (still in the developing stage) a leading world class innovative booking platform, which will use artificial intelligence elements and numerous other modern features to crate a virtual dialogue between hoteliers and guests. During the meeting we will aim to answer questions: "What are the technological requirements of the application?"; "How can Jejeo help promote technological advancement in the hospitality industry?"; "What are the technological barriers experienced by hotel managers and their guests from a booking till point of exit?" "How can Jejeo help to generate revenue?" Short biography of Mr. Rhys Griffith Mr. Rhys Griffith is a Brooklyn born American/Australian who has traveled around the world, while living in numerous countries he has visited hundreds of hotels. Technology and traveling are Mr. Griffith's biggest passions. He specializes in information technology and is the founder and creator of Jejeo, a leading world class innovative booking platform. Looking forward seeing you all at this exciting event, please do not forget to RSVP! Kind regards, Dennis Rozestwinski Co-Host NYC MFM

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  • Pre-meeting reception on board of the Eco cruise ship

    Location visible to members

    Join us on board of a cruise ship in New York City on Thursday, October 20th for a very special high profile pre-meeting reception to celebrate sustainable development in tourism industry, including music, exhibitions, cultural performances, and an Eco-Fashion show presented by Peace Boat. Together with the UN Peace Boat is a campaigner for the Sustainable Development Goals. The ship travels the world to promote and inspire action to achieve the sustainable development goals. Peace Boat will introduce its Ecoship Project, the world's most sustainable cruise ship planned to sail in 2020 as a flagship for climate action. Schedule: 6 pm - Doors open and ship tours 6:30pm - 7:30pm Reception Please arrive early to account for time to check in and go through security. Registration closes on October 8 and space is limited. After receiving of your RSVP, you will need to register for the event via a link, it is a tight security high profile event therefore you will need to provide your personal information to the security. And do not forget your ID. Light refreshments will be provided. Public parking is not available at the port, however it is a walking distance to and from the Print Lounge where we will have our group meeting and presentation at 8pm.

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