The Four Seasons Hotel is an unabashedly grand and extravagant hotel with high vaulted ceilings, marble floors and pillars, and over three hundred rooms and suites throughout its vast structure. However, despite the sheer enormity of its offerings, the hotel manages to exude an air that feels understated rather than oversaturated, subtle and classy rather than opulent. It is an incredibly intimate hotel that is sure to make you fall in love with the city.
There are 386 rooms in totality, and all of them feature a stunning view of the city below. If you rise higher you can also start to see the Central Park and the Hudson, and the higher you are the more expansive your view. The rooms may be expensive, however the stay is undeniably pleasant and charming. If you’re looking for restaurants where you can indulge in a hearty meal, you need look no further.
This unique hotel features two lovely restaurants — Ty Lounge, which features a spin on Korean-enthused dishes; and The Garden Restaurant, which serves classic American dishes whilst seated underneath acacia trees fanning out across the lobby. It is located in a part of Midtown that exudes luxury and elegance, and it’s away from the clutter and noise of Time Square, yet connected enough so as to give you easy access to all of New York’s splendors.