HGU New York Hotel Offers Rooftop Yoga Classes This Summer

HGU New York Hotel's rooftop yoga

HGU New York Hotel has partnered with Solace Gym to offer weekly Rooftop Yoga classes. The weekly classes began July 13, and will continue every Friday until September 7. Anchored on mats provided by Gaiam, the 45-minute Vinyasa classes are complementary to HGU New York guests ($10 for non-guests) and provide instruction for all skill levels.

The weekly Rooftop Yoga classes on the HGU New York rooftop will begin promptly at 7 a.m., after attendees place custom orders for post-class cold-pressed juices (available at an additional cost). Instructors from Solace Gyms will then lead the small group of participants in a Vinyasa style flow, emphasizing the synergy between breath and movement. The practice will be complemented by views of the Empire State Building, the New York City skyline and complimentary Flow alkaline spring water.

Rooftop Yoga sessions at HGU New York are the latest offering to the wellness-driven hotel's list of amenities. Guests of HGU New York can also take advantage of in-room guided meditation sessions, in-room REVIV vitamin IV treatments, cryotherapy sessions at Vitality NYC, GuardLab mouth guard fittings, pillow concierge and complimentary access to Solace Gym, directly next door.

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HGU New York Hotel, is situated in New York City's NoMad district. The 90-room boutique hotel showcases Beaux-Arts architecture style, contemporary art and modern renovations and amenities. Located at 34 East 32nd Street between Park and Madison Avenues, the property opened in July 2016. HGU New York is a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

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