Four Seasons Hotel, New YorkBack to previous
Holiday in New York
The Big Apple is an iconic enough USA city, nevermind all the incredible things to see and do here. Head to the 86th-floor observation deck of the tallest building in the city, the Empire State Building, for a real bird’s eye view. When your feet are firmly back on the ground the ‘Crossroads of the World, Times Square is one of the most iconic landmarks this city has to offer in the bustling heart of the city. Central Park is for ideal for a quieter afternoon to see the gardens, lakes, zoo or a carriage ride. Then take a ride on the Circle Line ferry to see the Statue of Liberty, a long-standing beacon of hope of America.
A shoppers haven with the high-end brands on Fifth Avenue, including the iconic subterranean Apple store, designer delights of Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and DKNY on Madison Avenue and your shopping spree wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s. When you’re ready to put your feet up, Broadway is a must for some of the best musicals, comedies and dramas on offer and superb dining available nearby for the full experience. For a little more culture, the Museum of the City of New York will give you all there is to know about the past, present and future of New York.
The food here is famed, with hot dogs and slices of pizza dripping in flavour, and make the perfect snack for half-time at the Yankee Stadium. Navigating your way through this city has never been easier with the subway and iconic Yellow cab or a water taxi down the Hudson River or Staten Island Ferry.Book now
Four Seasons Hotel
Aside from its obvious indulgent grandeur, this modern-deco landmark also manages to channel intimacy and understatement and is a serene retreat after the exhilaration of Midtown Manhattan. Designed by renowned Louvre architect IM Pei, it transcends time with its imperious lobby and onyx ceiling and offers some of the largest guestrooms and suites in the city – indeed the Suite in the Sky is one of the world’s highest and most opulent penthouses.
Located on ‘Billionaire’s Row’ at New York’s most prestigious address, luxuriating here provides the most dramatic views of the Hudson River, Central Park, and downtown past the Empire State Building. Its elegantly tiered marble facade rising 52 stories is awe-inspiring too and part of the whole, unparalleled experience is the stylishly hip Ty Bar with its infamous après-work scene and classic cocktails of the 1920s and 30s.
Explore the world with Avora
What’s your picture of a perfect travel experience? Request a tailor-made holiday by getting in touch, one of our expert travel consultants will help you find your way.Get in touch