MCC Announces Its Representation of Six Senses New York

MCC is delighted to announce its representation of Six Senses New York, as the pioneering wellness brand prepares to debut its first urban hotel in the United States in Fall 2020.  Housed in the remarkable Bjarke Ingels designed building, ideally situated between the Hudson River and the High Line in Chelsea, Six Senses New York will be a transformational moment for Manhattan, offering an experience deeply rooted in wellbeing, unlike anything the city has previously seen.  The hotel interiors have been conceived by Gilles & Boissier, a celebration of the Six Senses brand ethos and based on the philosophy that for the mind to be free, there needs to be flexibility offered within the confines of the physical space.  Carrying this concept throughout all elements of the hotel, they have created public and private spaces that allow guests a sense of freedom in every element of their stay.  Celebrated the world over for their ability to stimulate, energize, revive and reinvigorate, Six Senses New York offers an unparalleled range of amenities and depth of experience, and the only destination for wellness at every level – from traditional to cutting edge.

The Berkeley Bar Debuts

The Berkeley in London, Belgravia’s beloved hotel on the edge of Hyde Park, has just unveiling a gorgeous new bar, The Berkeley Bar.  Lusciously designed by Bryan O’Sullivan, The Berkeley Bar’s features include a half-moon marble bar, a central fireplace, and wonderfully intimate hideaway Snug, boasting a mural by New York-based artist TM Davy.  The Berkeley is already known for its legendary Blue Bar (originally opened in 2000 and designed by David Collins), and the new Berkeley Bar offers an intimate and refined space, with a sense of old world glamour, complete with its own private terrace for alfresco gatherings.  The Berkeley Bar offers a finely curated menu of exemplary and rare wines and dark spirits. A capsule menu of nine old-time and modern classic cocktails, such as the Sazerac and the Corpse Reviver will be served, and to mark the opening of the bar, The Berkeley team worked with Scottish whisky producers Gordon and MacPhail on the creation of a rare whisky from 1972, the year the hotel opened where only two bottles of this unique spirit have been created. We’ll toast to that!

MCC Named to Observer’s PR Power 50

MCC is thrilled to be named one of the top PR firms in the country by the Observer. Described as “perfecting iron-fist-in-velvet-globe approach to PR – delivering serious results while maintaining rarefied relationships” by Michael Kaminer & John Bonazzo. See article here.


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