Seagram’s Only You Hotel: New York meets Madrid

Award winning cocktails, live jazz, a five star menu. New York likes to do things big, and this is certainly no exception. From the 1st of December to the 31st of March, Only You Hotel Atocha will become a gateway to the concrete jungle. Are you going to miss out?

New York. Teeming streets, bustling with people from all walks of life, a place where fortunes are made and lost in a single day: there’s nothing quite like it. Which is probably why we at Mad4Madrid are such sticklers for the city. Imagine our excitement then when we heard that Seagram’s Only you Hotel was taking a slice out of the Big Apple which we could enjoy right on our doorstep.

Jazz, cocktails, and a classic New York menu are taking up residence in the Atocha hotel from the 1st of December to 31st of March. A dazzling experience that draws on Manhattan’s best and brightest. For example, the renowned jazz club Blue Note will be furnishing Only You with a selection of its very best performers. Accompany that with a cocktail from the Dead Rabbit (named Best Bar in the World earlier this year) and you’ve got an award winning combination. Also, don’y forget to reserve to give your beard or moustache a touch of the Lower East Side at one of four authentic barbers that will be setting up shop at Only You.

NYC is a city of a million stories, and the best of these are those served up at its tables. Go beyond hamburgers and chili dogs with Michelin Star chef Bryce Shuman, from the prestigious restaurant Betony. And it’s dinner and a show with ‘comedy man’ mic nights from January 2017. With all this and more the stage is set for the world’s biggest apple to be squeezed into a cosy corner of Madrid. Are you going to miss out on Seagram’s Only you Hotel?

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