In-Room Mixologist Teaches Hotel Guests How To Make Cocktails

In-Room Mixologist Teaches Hotel Guests How To Make Cocktails

The Surrey Hotel in NYC offers an exclusive cocktail program with a personal bartender giving a hands-on experience.

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 march 2012

The Surrey in New York City offers an exclusive in-room mixology program that transforms cocktail hour into a hands-on, educational experience. Guests at the hotel can learn how to create their favorite drink with the help of a professional and friendly mixologist. After choosing a cocktail from the in-room menu, a mixologist will bring everything that is required to make 4-5 drinks on a fully stocked cart up to your room.

They will concoct the first round for you and your travel companions, offering guidance and instructions on how to recreate the cocktail. Then they will leave the cart behind in the room for you to mix the additional rounds yourself. There is a selection of vodka, gin, tequila, bourbon and rum cocktails ranging from $45-68, including Moscow Mule, Brown Derby, Blackberry Mint Margarita, Rose Marie and Dark & Stormy.

Cocktail Program


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