Four Seasons Hotel New York

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57 E. 57th St. (Park & Madison Aves.) New York NY See on Map Check Rates

Elegance, timeless style and comfort overlooking Central Park.

This hotel has everything. Absolutely everything. A block from Fifth Avenue, it occupies a 52-story, I.M. Pei-designed limestone tower with 360-degree views of Central Park and the surrounding skyline. Guests enter via a dramatic grand foyer boasting a 33-foot-high back-lit onyx ceiling. The art deco lamps are a throwback to the 1930s. The 368 spacious guest rooms average 600 square feet and feature foyers with built-in mini-bars, separate sitting areas and dressing rooms. They are decorated in caramel or copper color schemes and have electronically controlled silk draperies. The custom-designed furnishings are fashioned from English sycamore and leather. Cubist and abstract art provide dramatic accents, while Frette linens, soundproofing and blackout blinds ensure comfort and a good night's rest. The 120-square-foot marble bathrooms contain separate soaking tubs and showers, TVs and telephones, along with all the customary upscale amenities. Standard room treats range from DVD players to high-speed Internet access. Besides the well-equipped business center, the hotel offers translation, interpretation and secretarial services. Need a car and driver? The hotel has you covered gratis within a two-mile radius. And if you don't want to venture out, you'll find a feast for the senses in the one-of-a-kind Calvisius Caviar Lounge, serving classic 1930s-style libations as well as small plates revolving around several types of caviar.

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57 E. 57th St. (Park & Madison Aves.) New York NY 10022 U.S.


212-758-5700, 800-487-3769 Hotel’s Website

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