Ring In The New Year At NYC's Buzziest Hotel

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Grandma hasn’t started making her Christmas casserole, and you still haven't figured out what to wear to your hometown’s holiday party, yet you are already thinking about where you're going out for New Year’s Eve this year. Since this is NYC after all, there are a mind-boggling number of options. Luckily, the Dream Hotel is throwing four parties under one roof. Marble Lane, Electric Room, The Gallery, and the rooftop at PH-D will all be inviting in the masses for parties that range from an elegant-inspired dinner party to a rager with an A-List DJ.
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All four soirees will have four hours of open bar, a champagne toast, catered food and platters, as well as a live feed of the ball drop. A yet-to-be-named celebrity will also be making an appearance (last year, attendees tossed back bubbly with Drake, so expect it to be someone worth picture snapping). Tix start at $150 per person, so everyone can find a place to bid 2012 adieu in sequined-dress, champagne-sipping (or guzzling, we don't judge) fashion.
Dream Hotel, 210 West 55th Street (between 7th avenue and Broadway); 212-247-2000.
Photo: Courtesy of The Dream Hotel
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