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The Jersey Shore’s 24-room boutique Bungalow hotel, nestled in the emerging coastal town of Long Branch, NJ just opened a new rotating art gallery and bar, Bungalounge. With a capacity of 75 or 150 inclusive of the hotel lobby, Bungalounge is available for private events and also open to the public when not in use.

Stepping up to the trend of hotels fusing art into the guest experience to introduce the destination, Bungalounge has a plethora of local NJ artists who will participate in quarterly art gallery rotations along with food and drink specials by the hotel’s new F&B partner, Etal. The first artists on display in the lounge were curated by NJ’s The Working Artist founder, Julian Estremera, who has created large-scale murals in New Jersey and NYC, and is regular talent featured in Miami’s Art Basel.

Bungalow hotel is rich with art featuring property-wide photography shot and curated by visionary New Jersey photographer and artist, Nicole Cohen, who redesigned the guestrooms this fall. Each guestroom has ocean views, colorful accents, fireplaces, kitchenettes and access to Pier Village the boardwalk community of shops, restaurants, a holiday ice skating rink on the beach and year-round entertainment.