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Spacious Open Concept Loft
  • $133/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
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  • Highland Park, MI
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Modern Mar Vista Hills home with pool & spa
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (4)
  • 4
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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BOHEMIAN BROWNSTONE APARTMENT - Natural Light
  • $90/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (14)
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  • New York, NY
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Tropical Oasis on Extravagant Lot
  • $175/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (7)
  • 7
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Tropical Oasis with an Incredible Panoramic View
  • $60/hr
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  • 5.0 (1)
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  • Royal Palm Beach, FL
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Large Secluded Lake Home Beautiful Outdoor Space
  • $125/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
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  • Mableton, GA
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Bright Modern Open Concept Home with Pool
  • $200/hr
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  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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Luxury Midtown Penthouse
  • $95/hr
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  • 5.0 (2)
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  • Atlanta, GA
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Large Event Space and Office Brooklyn
  • $125/hr
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  • 5.0 (0)
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  • Brooklyn, NY
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Hollywood Rooftop
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  • Los Angeles, CA
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What people say about Retreat Center on Giggster

Torey S.
$ 372
12 hours
15 people
14 days ago
This location was perfect for our short film! We used it for two days and found it really spacious and fun to work with. Oliver was incredibly kind and communicative throughout the entire process. I can't recommend this place enough!
Seth S.
$ 372
12 hours
15 people
15 days ago
We had a great time shooting at this location. Oliver was gracious and generous and easy to work with. Would definitely recommend.
Jorjette R.
$ 124
4 hours
15 people
a month ago
Oliver was very professional and attentive. The location was clean and was a great space to film in!
Talisa M.
$ 444
12 hours
30 people
a month ago
We LOVED this space. Clean, organized, and host was extremely accommodating! We definitely will be booking again for our next projects!!

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Retreat Center location rates typically average $181 per hour.
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About New York

Welcome to New York, a city that tells a story through its streets and skyscrapers full of history and dreams. Amidst the majestic City Hall Park and revered New York Public Library stacks lies an enduring spirit that transcends time, serving as a backdrop for life's eclectic plays.

But amidst the never-ending ballet of yellow cabs and the symphony of urban hustle, there exists a lesser-known New York tranquil havens that invite introspection and innovation. Here, amid historic brownstones or innovative eco-friendly rooftops, retreat centers find their unique place: an urban sanctuary for creative souls and restless minds.

To plunge into a retreat in New York is to join the ranks of visionaries and dreamers who find clarity in the city's relentless pace. Where else but in this nexus of culture could one find such profound renewal, moments of peace framed by the endless rhythm of one of the greatest cities on earth?

Retreat Center Options in New York

  • Catering Services
    New York City's culinary landscape offers an extensive array of catering services that can significantly enhance any retreat center event. From gourmet farm-to-table experiences to diverse international cuisine, professional caterers can provide personalized menus tailored to dietary preferences and themes. Opting for a high-quality catering service ensures that attendees enjoy nourishing meals and gastronomic delights that can be conversation starters and memorable aspects of the retreat.

  • Mindfulness and Wellness Instructors
    The bustling metropolis of New York is surprisingly rich in wellness professionals who can bring a layer of tranquility to retreat centers. Yoga teachers, meditation guides, or mindfulness coaches can be incorporated into the schedule, providing guests with rejuvenating sessions that promote mental clarity, relaxation, and a strengthened sense of community. These offerings can elevate the retreat experience by balancing structured activity and personal well-being.

  • Audio-Visual Equipment Rental
    The availability of cutting-edge audio-visual equipment is integral for modern retreats, providing crisp sound and visuals for workshops, presentations, and entertainment. In the vast expanse of New York's service industry, numerous vendors offer the latest in AV technology. This service can transform a simple meeting room into an immersive experience, enhancing speeches with crystal-clear acoustics and visual presentations with state-of-the-art projectors and screens.

Retreat Center Vendors in New York

  • Street Beat Brass
    Consider adding some entertainment to your retreat event, to be enjoyed after yoga classes or meditation sessions. Street Beat Brass, headed by New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow Jeff Fairbanks, has been featured on ABC's Good Morning America, NBC, CBS, and NY1 TV. This select group of veterans has opened for the New York Philharmonic and has been featured in the New York Times and other newspapers when touring abroad. Taking inspiration from New York City's multiculturalism, their brass-based repertoire is diverse. Their acoustic, mobile performances without cords or sets make them memorable at any event.

  • Sage & Zest
    Sage & Zest, a vibrant and inventive Corporate Catering and Events company, is renowned for translating client visions into culinary reality. They believe that food isn't just sustenance; it's a pivotal part of life. With a focus on exceptional food and unparalleled service, they cater to diverse occasions — from industry galas, trade shows, and conferences to social milestones, themed events, and holiday parties. Their punctuality and professional setup ensure not just delectable food but also a seamless experience.

  • NYC Perfect Transportation
    NYC Perfect Transportation has been revolutionizing the NYC Airport Car Service and corporate car service since its inception in 2002. Founded by Donny with a small fleet of only three vehicles, they have now grown exponentially to offer over 20 vehicles. Their fleet, featuring a variety of sedans and SUVs, is impeccably maintained and boasts state-of-the-art technology. Their drivers are highly skilled and trained to provide excellent customer service, ensuring that every individual receives great attention and awareness.

Pros and Cons of Retreat Center Locations in New York

New York, renowned for its bustling city life, also offers tranquil retreat center locations for those seeking a sanctuary within the metropolis. Reflecting on the essence of these havens, it's essential to analyze the pros and cons that come with choosing New York as the destination for hosting retreats:

Advantages

  • Resilience Enhancement: Participating in a retreat amidst New York's dynamic vibe can significantly increase attendees' resilience, empowering them to thrive in fast-paced environments.

  • Connection with Nature: Surprisingly, retreat centers in New York can provide serene natural settings that offer a peaceful respite from the cosmopolitan hustle, fostering a rejuvenating connection with the environment.

  • An Array of Amenities: These locations come equipped with many amenities that cater to comfort and convenience, enhancing the overall retreat experience.

  • Diverse Venue Options: New York offers an eclectic mix of locations, ensuring a perfect fit for various preferences and themes of the retreat events.

Disadvantages

  • Time Investment Required: Organizing a retreat in New York demands considerable time investment to manage logistics effectively within the city's vibrant but busy pace.

  • Advance Reservations Necessary: Given the high demand for retreat spaces, securing a desired venue often requires early booking to avoid scheduling conflicts.

  • Permit Procedures: Acquiring the necessary permits for activities or events can be a meticulous and sometimes complex process, needing attention to detail to meet city regulations.

  • Limited Parking Availability: Parking can be a challenge, as space is at a premium in New York, potentially impacting the ease of access for retreat participants.

Tips on How to Organize Retreats in New York

Hosting a retreat in New York opens many opportunities for self-discovery, networking, and relaxation amidst the city's fast-paced environment. Crafting an occasion that stands out requires attention to logistics, comfort, and memorable elements that resonate with participants long after they've returned to their daily lives.

  • Secure the Necessary Permits: New York is full of rules. First, get whatever permissions you need to comply with city rules, especially if your retreat involves outdoor activities or big groups. Zoning and noise rules must be researched. Legal issues or fines shouldn't disrupt your escape.

  • Book Your Space Early: The best venue is reserved early. Last-minute appointments for famous destinations in New York can limit your options. Reserve your retreat place early to ensure it matches your vision and goals.

  • Ensure Accessibility for All Attendees: Consider your center's accessibility, including public transit and parking. New York attracts people from across the country. Accessible locations allow individuals to arrive stress-free and ready to participate. Consider mobility needs when serving customers.

  • Incorporate Local Elements: Local culture and attractions can make a vacation memorable. Arrange New York-specific events or speakers. Incorporating city life into the retreat, whether it's a yoga session in Central Park, a financial sector motivational speaker, or a food taster of local cuisines, makes it memorable.

  • Provide All Essential Details Upfront: Communicating event details to potential attendees requires clarity. Provide advance notice of the retreat itinerary, amenities, and what to bring. Knowing what to expect helps guests prepare, reduces on-the-spot queries, and ensures a seamless getaway.

Famous Locations in New York

  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
    The Gothic Revival St. Patrick's Cathedral is a sanctuary on Fifth Avenue. The religious symbol was developed by James Renwick Jr. and completed in 1878. In a modern metropolis, the spires are nothing more than a historical footnote. This spiritual haven and architectural treasure draws people to appreciate its rose window and Great Organ, which plays traditional music.

  • Riverside Park
    Riverside Park is a lush four-mile Hudson River getaway with stunning views. It combines natural beauty with urban structure, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park. The terrain is marked by historical monuments like Grant's Tomb, honoring Ulysses S. Grant. Since its establishment in 1870, this park has been a hub for community gatherings, recreational activities, and cultural events, contributing to the civic and social life of New York City.

  • Museum at Eldridge Street
    Located in the Eldridge Street Synagogue, the Museum at Eldridge Street is a thriving part of Lower Manhattan. The 1887 Moorish Revival synagogue has become a cultural hub representing American Jewish immigrants' rich heritage. Due to considerable restoration, the museum currently showcases Jewish heritage and the American immigrant experience through its unique stained glass and woodwork.