The Four Seasons, New York

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This hotel is strategically located within an easy reach of Central Park and Fifth Avenue shopping center. It is situated in Midtown away from the busy Times Square between Madison Avenue and Park Avenue. The nearest subway station is Lexington Av-63 making the hotel’s location ideal.

The Four Seasons in New York is characterized by a unique IM Pei-designed lobby style. It has beautiful colossal pillars soaring towards the ceiling and the meticulous French Chassagne stone floors. The hotel’s beauty has been enhanced by the yellow glow from lantern wall fittings. The warm place is also kept lively by low conversations that are constantly heard from the Garden restaurant and the Ty bar. The crimson backlight from the pizazz and bar and the stylish potted plants are not left unnoticed.

The service at the facility is amazingly awesome. The delightful and qualified staff that is ready to help warmly welcome you at the lobby. The facility has a luxurious basement spa that offers facials, manicure, pedicure, and hairdressing services to clients. It also has a fully equipped gym that operates throughout the day and night. It has a steam room, sauna, soaking tubs in the marble-clad bathrooms and a whirlpool that guests enjoy using.

If you book a room at The Four Seasons, your value for money is guaranteed. Almost all the 365 guestrooms have a monochromatic design. They have exquisite wooden furnishing and nice fabrics covering the beds in each room. The great choice of colors blends perfectly with coffee tables and odd paintings in the hotel. The mirrors that have been placed inside window frames and above beds accentuate the space in a fabulous way in the hotel. The hand-knotted rugs and floating beds are some of the handcrafted furnishings that style up the rooms. The hotel also has separate elevators for the top floors making it exclusive.

The hotel’s Garden restaurant is located on one side of the lobby. It offers sumptuous meals and drinks for lunch and breakfast to its esteemed customers. Several African Acacia trees form canopies that cover the hotel’s large windows and tables. Here the delicious breakfast is quite expensive but it is worth the price. For instance, lemon ricotta pancakes with butter and local maple syrup will cost you $34 as of 2019. The lunch menu is a combination of local ingredients and the meals are unforgettable.