Laura Davidson Public Relations Named PR Agency for The Dominick, New York

by | Jun 6, 2018

Laura Davidson Public Relations (LDPR), a travel and lifestyle PR firm, has been appointed the public relations agency of record for The Dominick in SoHo, New York.

The Dominick is an independent Five-Diamond hotel located in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood. Unparalleled luxury awaits with an outdoor pool, acclaimed food and beverage venues, event spaces as well as a world-class spa with the first authentic Turkish hammam in Manhattan.

The Dominick is located where SoHo meets TriBeCa and the West Village. The 46-story hotel features 391 spacious guestrooms and suites – which are undergoing a room refresh – with floor-to-ceiling windows, providing unrivaled views of the city’s spectacular skyline and the Hudson River. The Dominick is home to a signature restaurant, Spring & Varick; a classic lounge, Mr. Jones; and Bar d’Eau, the seasonal indoor-outdoor pool bar, offering light fare and cocktails served by a 6,000 square-foot pool deck.

LDPR is a full-service travel and lifestyle public relations agency with headquarters in New York City and offices in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. For over 25 years, LDPR has guided some of the world’s most celebrated travel brands through an evolving media landscape with creativity, professionalism and enthusiasm.

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