An original 1920s Upper East Side residence, today The Surrey is a luxury family-friendly hotel right on the edge of Central Park.
Once home to JFK and Bette Davis, amongst others, The Surrey was originally built in the 1920s as a residence in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Today, it serves as a seriously fabulous boutique hotel a hop, skip and jump from the city’s galleries, museums, restaurants and, of course, Central Park.
For You -
The Surrey’s Clef d’Or Concierge team is on hand to recommend local family-friendly attractions, which, in a city as culturally saturated as New York, is handy. And if a day pounding the pavements gets too much, the private roof garden will catapult you high above the crowds into an oasis of calm with great food and bird’s-eye city views to boot.
For Them +
As a memento from their trip to New York, young guests receive a ‘My Vacation’ customized Surrey sticker book to capture all of their memories. Two complimentary passes are also provided for the family program at The Whitney Museum of American Art (arguably one of the most gorgeous inner city galleries in the world).
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