This is what I call a PRESIDENT | Chicago, United States | It is not my style to post political material on my blog, since I do cover travel and lifestyle. But this time I feel the need to do so. This is what I call a PRESIDENT with all the meaning of the word. Moving FORWARD. The last four minutes of OBAMA’s Presidential Speech, last nigh, addressing every single minority that makes this great country (because we are each ourselves a minority) it is what explains it all “It doesn’t matter if you’re Black or White, Hispanic or Asian. Native American or young or old, rich or poor, abled or disabled, gay or straight. You can make it here in America if you’re willing to try.” -President Obama. CM @ Carlos Melia Recommends
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GPS Carlos Melia at Yotel New York City | New York, United States | Just Checked IN at my Premium Cabin at Yotel New York. I am fully fascinated by the concept and style of this hotel. Luxury cabins with full five-star services, avant-garde design and technology, a great location for a very affordable price. Where Mission Control is their version of a Concierge Desk, fully automated Check IN, a robot that stores your luggage and a real Dohyo is the restaurant and bar. I will be posting more upon departure, but I wanted to share this with you all, since I found it to be the coolest affordable hotel option in New York City. where you won’t jeopardize quality and service for price. Continue reading GPS Carlos Melia at Yotel New York City
The Mark Hotel New York City | New York, United States | I have just checked OUT from the beautiful and charming exclusive boutique hotel The Mark. If there is a way to describe it is… full class, welcoming, happening, fashionable and chic. 1927 landmark building at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue. Designed by Jacques Grange and with impeccable service under the perfectionist eye of luxury hotel manager Olivier Lordonnois, The Mark combines old-world comfort, avant-garde design, the latest technologies and an unprecedented level of personal service to create the finest five-star hotel of the 21st-century. I have been in New York for over seven years, and I must say that I always stick to the same hotel preferences, although The Mark is not just a hotel, it is a whole experience of great taste and class. Continue reading The Mark Hotel New York City
GPS Carlos Melia back in Manhattan | New York, United States | Hi there mates, I am back in FREEZING New York City, after a short amazing stop in Miami Beach. This time, other than reviewing and sharing restaurants and other tips from the city, I will be staying and reviewing the following hotels: The Mark, Gramercy Park Hotel, Yotel, The Michelangelo and Sofitel. So stay tuned. !!!!! And again in the video above, you can see me in the East side of Manhattan, over Sutton Street and York and the Queensboro Bridge across the East River. Cheers CM
Setai South Beach Check IN | Miami Beach, United States | Last night I checked IN at the stunning, chic and sexy Setai South Beach. I will be spending here two nights, in a beautiful room facing the shore line of South Beach. A very Asian look combined with the sex appeal of SOBE, just the perfect balance. An intimate, serene oceanfront resort in the heart of South Beach. Continue reading Setai South Beach Check IN
The Mark Restaurant by Jean George | New York, United States | back in New York City, and back to the amazing restaurants that this city have to offer both for lunch or dinner. In this case, how can anything go wrong when you combine an international awarded chef like Jean George, the masterful style and design of Jacques Grange and the operation by Leading Hotel of the World member The Mark. Invited by Angel Mejia Sales Manager, I came to try the restaurant and have a quick glimpse of the hotel, where I will be staying soon sometime in January to review their offer in full. Continue reading The Mark Restaurant by Jean George