February 27 is Dominican Independence Day. To celebrate, Radio Hotel, Washington Heights’ first-ever full-service boutique hotel, is hosting a Dominican Independence Day deal. For only 72 hours, Radio Hotel will offer 27% off the best available rate (a major steal with rooms going for as little as $64!) Just a bridge away from the Bronx, the Radio Hotel is the perfect staycation idea.
For staycationers looking for a fully immersive cultural experience, guests can enjoy the newly renovated pedestrian and bike lanes on the GW Bridge, shop local fruit stands at La Plaza de Las Americas and taste authentic Dominican cuisine- including at Jalao NYC – their first location being right in Santo Domingo. The best part of living in NYC is the access to different cultures and delicious food!
Each of the upscale 221 rooms at the Radio Hotel cater to both the local Latin community and international travelers looking for affordable yet stylish rooms below the steep asking prices of Downtown Manhattan hotels. Guestrooms at Radio Hotel incorporate the unique look and feel of the vibrant Washington Heights neighborhood with expansive street-facing windows and brightly colored décor.
Highlights of Jalao’s main menu include signature dishes such as Pecao’Frito (boca chica style deep fried red snapper), Chuleta Cancan (pork tomahawk), Paila Jalao (a palomilla onion-steak with crispy pork belly and longaniza-sausage) and the Mofongo Mar y Tierra (the ultimate Dominican Surf and Turf of shrimp and crispy pork belly with garlic mojo and option for lobster enhancement). Classic Dominican offerings include tostones, sancocho, and La Bandera Dominicana. Exquisite vegetarian options are available as well.
To book your staycation, visit www.theradiohotel.com.