Four Seasons New York
Four Seasons New York entrance
Four Seasons New York bedroom
Four Seasons New York dining
Four Seasons New York exterior
The tallest five star hotel in Manhattan, the Four Seasons will thrill both food lovers and young movie lovers alike
A towering, quintessential midtown Manhattan skyscraper, the Four Seasons New York must be visited when in New York, even if you don’t stay there. Children (and parents, too) will absolutely adore The Garden, a restaurant overlooking the hotel’s grand lobby that makes one feel as though they are literally dining within a forest. African Acacia tree trunks twist between tables and the space changes aesthetic each “season.” Extremely popular for breakfast, lunch or weekend brunch, the children’s menu offers delights such as the silver dollar pancakes with maple syrup and bacon, and vanilla ice cream coke floats.
For You -
Any one of the 368 spacious, five-star rooms will delight though, if budget is no issue, the panoramic studio suite with terrace is a must. Full marble bathrooms and endless, stunningly decorated rooms draw your eye out to the twinkling Manhattan cityscape outside. Babysitting can be arranged and the spa, as to be expected of a Four Seasons, is sensational.
For Them +
The Red Carpet Kid’s package will thrill. The whole family (up to five members) is whisked off to a mansion on the city’s Upper East side, everyone can “walk” the red carpet, sign autographs and have their photos taken. Hair and make-up is done on-site before the whole family gets to make their own film, shot by local crew.
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