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Hello, Archer Here

Archer's Agents of Fortune

Archer is fortunate to have met cultural experts, food and beverage artists, and style mavens in each of his favorite cities. These mentors and friends teach him that every city tells its own story through its most gracious hosts. Archer has used that inspiration to create Archer New York, a new Midtown Manhattan hotel, set to open in April 2014. He delights in curating what is good and special about every place he visits, and he relishes connecting others with his discoveries. The hotel and this blog will showcase the best of what he has found.

Your Willing Hosts

Archer and his team want to host you personally. We want to tell you about where to see a unique theatre production, to introduce you to local makers and to help you plan most memorable meals. As Archer Hotels open and we begin to serve you, it is our pleasure to offer this blog as a means to share our own story about gracious living, to introduce you to local experts and to share Archer's favorite cities with you.

This spring, the Archer Hotel New York team will be ready to host you in the ever-energized New York Garment District. Expect curated luxuries, sincere service and unexpected kindnesses.

Follow Archetype and Visit Archer

Our story begins in New York and will soon include truly unmatched properties in Napa, California, and Austin, Texas. To be part of the excitement and to hear more of the Archer Hotel story, follow this blog.  

To be part of the story in person, to actually see and touch Archer’s favorite finds, make a reservation at Archer Hotel New York.

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