NYACK, NY – Lifestyle hotel The Time Nyack is now open. Housed in a historic former factory turned recording studio, The Time Nyack melds art and history, with a strong dash of urban energy, bringing one-of-a-kind experiences to out-of-town guests and nearby residents. The Time Nyack is the second hotel to debut in the Time Hotels collection and the first to open in the Hudson Valley. The boutique property is owned and is the vision of development group WYINC, which specializes in developing upscale properties in urban destinations. The hotel is managed by The Dream Hotel Group – with its Dream Hotels, Time Hotels, The Chatwal and Unscripted Hotels brands.
The property includes 133 guest rooms, seven suites, a pool deck and outdoor lounge, beautiful meeting and event space and a 150-seat BV’s Grill, an outpost of the famed Bobby Van’s Steakhouses. A rooftop lounge with views of the Hudson River will open later this year. The outdoor lounge and pool deck will host chill out pool parties all summer, kicking off the season on July 4th weekend, with DJs and live entertainment. BV’s Grill will also host the Bosa Nova jazz brunch on Sundays.
Award-winning architectural and interior design firm, Glen & Co Architecture, designed the hotel with whimsical décor and a loft-style aesthetic. High ceilings and large windows allow the guestrooms and public spaces to fill with natural light, with some rooms offering private terraces overlooking the Hudson River. Amenities, including Frette linens and bathrobes; C. O. Bigelow bath and body amenities; Tesla charging stations; and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the property, have also been thoughtfully selected with The Time guest in mind.
“We are pleased to expand The Time brand with the debut of The Time Nyack,” said Jay Stein, Chief Executive Officer, Dream Hotel Group. “Now that our doors are officially open, we can show the Hudson Valley what The Time Hotels experience is all about.”
“The Time Nyack fills a void in the greater Hudson Valley for residents and visitors alike,” said Michael Yanko, Partner at WYINC. “As a former resident of the Hudson River Valley myself, this project has been years in the making – and bringing it to a successful fruition is very rewarding for the entire WYINC team.”