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Holiday in New York
There are so many iconic things to see and do in the Big Apple, there really is no bad time to go. The 86th-floor observation deck of the tallest building in the city, the Empire State Building gives unbeatable panoramic views of the city below, you will really feel as if you’re on top of the world. Head back down to earth to get amongst this bustling centre at ‘the Crossroads of the World’, Times Square in the heart of the city. Central Park offers a little more space of 843 acres filled with gardens, lakes, a zoo and calming carriage rides. Take a ride on the Circle Line ferry to see the Statue of Liberty herself, a long-standing beacon of hope for so many immigrants who have come to the USA.
Shoppers will have no shortage of places to indulge in retail therapy. High-end brand and the iconic subterranean Apple store on Fifth Avenue, Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin and DKNY of Madison Avenue and some of the most famous department stores in the world Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. The fun doesn’t stop there, seeing a show on Broadway is a dream for so many and indulge in the superb dining nearby for the full experience. For a dose of culture, the Museum of the City of New York offers all there is to know of the past, present and future of this city.
Indulge in a hot dog as a mid-game snack at the Yankee stadium or a famous New York slice of pizza that you’ll be dreaming of for weeks after. Getting around the city is equally iconic with the subway, yellow cab’s, a water taxi down the Hudson River or Staten Island Ferry.Book now
The Loews Regency
This standout, elegant classic has defined Park Avenue hospitality since opening in 1963, but following a recent $100-million dollar renovation is still setting standards in sophistication. Think contemporary and refined European chic with lots of soaring glass ceilings, marble floors and sumptuous velvet, silver and blue fabrics, while the 379 rooms and spectacular suites have been designed apartment-style to make you feel like you’re living in the city rather than just visiting.
Steps away from Central Park, Madison Avenue, the galleries of Museum Mile and some of the city’s most exclusive restaurants, this living legend features a state-of-the-art beauty flagship in the Julien Farel Salon & Spa, plus the sleek, open plan Regency Bar & Grill offers innovative cuisine and is the birthplace of the power breakfast where business tycoons, celebrities and well-known Wall Street movers and shakers congregate over coffee and Eggs Florentine.
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