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The Algonquin Hotel in New York City Launches Hex and the City Experience

Throughout the month of January, discover a bewitching new retreat to help craft a positive new year ahead


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Self-care gets whimsical this winter at The Algonquin Hotel (New York City), where the Hex and the City experience (starting at $299) mixes up a blend of enchanting rituals and delightful indulgences to create a truly magical escape. Led by in-house resident wellness witch, energy alchemist, and tarot card reader Cardsy B, the package provides guests with energy healing, tarot card readings, numerology, and more.

Designed to help guests conjure a positive year ahead, the program includes an overnight stay at The Algonquin, customized readings from Cardsy B, a Stay Magical AF candle for at-home energy healing, and a Badass Bitches Tarot Deck amenity. Providing tools to help people tap into their inner magic, Cardsy B helps guests connect with their spiritual selves and tune into their intuition.

An historic property opened in 1902 and known for its Round Table lunches of writers, critics, producers, publicists, and more, The Algonquin Hotel is an enticing destination for those seeking a more playful approach to intention-setting. It’s also conveniently located in midtown Manhattan, providing easy access to a host of iconic attractions, including Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, and Times Square. With its rich literary legacy and timeless charm, the hotel provides a soulful backdrop where guests can immerse themselves in a journey of self-discovery and mystical exploration.

About The Author

Heather, co-founder of Well Defined and the former editor-in-chief of American Spa, is an award-winning journalist and content strategist, skilled in writing, copyediting, and media relations. She is also a freelance writer and has contributed to Elite Traveler, Islands, Kiwi, Luxury Travel Advisor, Organic Spa, Porthole Cruise, Travel Agent,,,, and, in addition to various custom publications. She is frequently called upon to comment on various spa and wellness trends for various media outlets.