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Modernised meetings & events space at Ink48's “Heaven Over Hell" Penthouse Suite

Modernised meetings & events space at Ink48's Heaven Over Hell
Meetings and events are reinvigorated when they are set above Manhattan’s skyline with sunset to sunrise views at Ink48’s recently renovated “Heaven Over Hell” Penthouse Suite. The upgraded space is a glass jewel box suspended above the city that provides invaluable inspiration and creativity to any occasion.

Now available for booking, the two-story suite’s most impressive feature is the unobstructed, panoramic views witnessed through floor-to-ceiling windows, showcasing the picturesque NYC skyline and Hudson River. The flexible space is fully equipped for meetings and special events of up to 60 people, whether the function requires boardroom set-up, theatre-style, trunk show arrangement or cocktail setting. The exclusive 2,200 square foot private terrace overlooking all of Manhattan offers an uplifting alternative to drab conference rooms and takes any meeting or business function to new heights.

In-house catering is expertly executed by Executive Chef Charles Rodriguez of Print Restaurant, offering a tailored menu of innovative farm-to-table cuisine. Comprehensive multi-media and audio-visual support, wireless internet and creative meeting and event concept consultation round-out the seamless services provided by the Ink48 team.

The “Heaven Over Hell’ Penthouse Suite is the ideal setting for intimate meetings and speciality functions. An abundance of natural light is a rare commodity for meetings in Manhattan and this space is considered one of the best in the city. The unrivalled views coupled with the hotel’s close proximity to the Jacob Javits Centre and Times Square makes Ink48 the perfect destination for meeting planners.”  said John Garone, Senior Catering Sales & Services Manager.

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