Kimpton Hotel Eventi, a boutique hotel located at the intersection of the NoMad and Chelsea neighborhoods in New York City, has completed a top-to-bottom refresh of its event spaces.
“We worked with designer Reza Nouranian to refresh the third and fourth floor event spaces at Kimpton Hotel Eventi,” said Daniel Entenberg, general manager, Kimpton Hotel Eventi. “Through the design, we aimed to create a feeling of calmness and tranquility for our guests upon their arrival. In conjunction with Reza, we ensured that color palettes, light fixtures and design details all came together effortlessly to make these spaces inviting.”
Upon entering the newly designed meeting areas, guests will feel a sense of comfort and tranquility that contrast New York City’s hustle and bustle. Seeking to create a relaxing environment, Nouranian took inspiration from the light and natural tones found in the hotel’s lobby, as well as its crisp and airy atmosphere that exudes a sense of warmth. The event spaces include bright and tasteful colors, custom dyes, new light fixtures, contemporary drapes, reupholstered furniture and hand-dyed carpets. The brightness of the indoor spaces is complemented by its quiet grandness.
When booking an event, guests can enjoy seasonal and local cuisine by Laurent Tourondel. Guests can also utilize comprehensive multimedia and audio-visual technology as well as receive creative meeting and event concept consultation. The hotel is also offering a variety of new meeting breaks including doing a yoga session with CorePower Yoga, receiving a relaxing massage from the spa or enjoying mocktails from a zero-proof bar.
The hotel has 16 meeting rooms and event spaces that include outdoor terraces, prefunction spaces and specialty suites, totaling 20,458 sq. ft. Guests can also book an event at the Big Screen Plaza which is a 15,000-sq.-ft. indoor/outdoor multi-level public plaza with a 30-ft. multimedia art screen. There are several meeting rooms that guests can book where they will have a view of the Big Screen and can display any logos or images that they desire.