Busy, bustling, and beautiful; the ever-evolving New York City is an iconic global destination, recognised worldwide as a capital of media, finance, and culture. We’ve curated an insider’s guide for everything you need to know about travelling to New York City.
When to Travel
A year-round destination, New York City changes with the seasons. For warm weather, travellers are advised to visit in 2020 from April to November, with July and August being the hottest, most humid months. Typically, April to June and September to November offer more pleasant temperatures and less crowds.
Where to Stay
Equinox Hotel New York – Work hard, play hard is the ruling mantra at New York’s newest 5-star hotel. From temperature-regulating beds to an in-room streaming guide of morning yoga rituals, every minute detail of the Equinox cultivates an experience that redefines luxury and leaves guests feeling completely regenerated.
The Mark – is housed in a 1927 landmark building reimagined by legendary designer Jacques Grange. The hotel combines old-world comfort and avant-garde design with unprecedented service and is at the epicentre of Manhattan’s social and cultural riches, on one of the Upper East Side’s finest blocks, surrounded by museums, shops, restaurants, and Central Park.
Park Hyatt – In the heart of Midtown, a prime Manhattan location, enjoy sweeping views of the twinkling city skyline as you lounge in the comfort and privacy of your suite; overlook Central Park as you unwind after a day of sightseeing in the rejuvenating Spa Nalai. Around every corner, Park Hyatt invites you to experience the city without ever having to leave the comfort and luxury of your room.
Where to Eat & Drink
The Aviary NYC – On the 35th floor of the Mandarin Oriental, The Aviary NYC is an alluring after-hours spot offering panoramic views of Central Park and an innovative cocktail menu.
Le Bernardin – New York’s highest rated restaurant, Le Bernardin holds three Michelin stars and is consistently ranked among the World’s Best Restaurants list. Featuring a menu of gourmet seafood, Le Bernardin is New York dining at its finest, requiring reservations at least one month in advance.
What Not to Miss
Catch a Yankee’s Game and watch New York’s iconic baseball team from one of Yankee Stadium’s luxury party suites, featuring climate-controlled interiors, private restrooms, and the opportunity to arrange special alumni appearances.
See the sights from a fresh perspective by chartering a private yacht for the afternoon, and cruise around the New York Harbor, taking in the sights of Lady Liberty and the Manhattan skyline in style.
Watch a Show on Broadway and experience live performance entertainment at its finest with a variety of shows available on Broadway in Manhattan’s famous Theatre District.
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