Hotels
PLEASE BOOK HOTELS EARLY
We cannot emphasize enough how important it is to book hotel rooms early. We aren't able to book a block of rooms, so book yours early so you aren't left stranded.
The Maritime Hotel
The Maritime Hotel, 2 blocks from our venue, is often described as a Wes Anderson movie in hotel format. Quirky, beautiful, and right in the heart of Chelsea. 363 West 16th Street
New York, NY 10011
212.242.4300
http://themaritimehotel.com When you call, tell them you are booking a hotel room for the Hockett and Rousseau wedding, and you'll get a ~20% discount.
The Chelsea Lodge
The Chelsea Lodge, 4 blocks from our venue, is basically a quaint bed and breakfast right in Manhattan. Intimate, cozy, and budget friendly. Rates range from $170 to $300 a night depending on the room, plus taxes. Note, every room has its own shower and sink, some rooms share toilets. 318 West 20th Street
New York, NY, 10011
212.243.4499
http://www.chelsealodge.com
Visiting NYC

NYC has just about every type of activity you can imagine to offer. Below we've highlighted a few options in the neighborhood that we think are particularly wonderful.

The High Line
The High Line might be the most innovative city park in the entire world. A former elevated industrial railroad, abandoned in 1980, the High Line was resurrected to become an elevated public park. Do not miss the chance to walk the High Line.
Chelsea Art Galleries
Chelsea has the highest concentration of art galleries in the world. Most are free. On Thursday nights you’ll typically find dozens of openings with free wine and beer.
Chelsea Market
This former meat factory now houses charming shops, great food, Google, and tourists. For good reason, it is worth a visit.
The Rubin Museum
The Rubin is a small NYC art museum featuring art of the Himalayas. It is designed to address the interests of the general public as well as Himalayan connoisseurs. One can tour every exhibit in the Rubin in around 2 hours.
Housing Works Thrift Shop
The Housing Works thrift shop is one of the best thrift shops in NYC -- high end Manhattan cast-offs. The organization is dedicated to fighting homelessness and AIDS, and is widely renowned as a non-profit that is very successful in making a difference.
More Options

We've got tons of ideas -- from the Staten Island Ferry (free!) to Smorgasburg. Reach out if you want any suggestions!

Registry
We are registered with Blueprint Registry.
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