by Whitney Rife
Nestled between Park and Madison Avenues, Four Seasons offers more than 360 elegant rooms and suites. Select units feature furnished terraces, marble bathrooms and modern electronics, like DVD players. Connecting rooms or suites can be arranged for families. Two hip New York restaurants are at the hotel. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon is a sleek dining room with an open kitchen. The Garden Restaurant and Bar is a family-favorite with its enchanted-forest style dÃ©cor that includes 20-foot-tall African trees. It’s a magical place to enjoy your meals.
Children are treated well at this Four Seasons. Kids enjoy welcome amenities, child-sized bathrobes, baby toiletries and children’s menus. Children’s activities are planned and kids are given coloring books and DVD’s from the lending movie library. Children under age 18 stay for free with parents. Babysitting can be arranged at the concierge desk. Offsite complimentary activities are as follows: Central Park, Sony Wonder Lab and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Our Editor Loves
- Children's activities
- The Garden Restaurant with an enchanted forest theme
- Welcome gifts for kids
4 Seasons in NYC is always a good experience. While the decor is not necessarily my taste..the rooms and spacious, great closet configuration, nice bathroom...
Been staying there for years and it never fails to be a positive experience.
I have been staying at this hotel for at least 15 years now. The location is terrific. Right near all the best shopping and the park, makes it easy to walk to where you need to go. Service is second to none, and is my favorite aspect of this hotel. If you need your make-up done, need flowers, show tickets, whatever you can imagine, they will make it happen. Over the years I have always marveled at how polite and capable the front desk staff is despite some obnoxious guests, and how the concierge staff really have the knowledge that you need to make your stay seamless. Room service is delicious and I always look forward to their Japanese breakfast. The rooms are very comfortable, beautifully decorated, and if you are willing to pay the extra, you can have lovely views of the park or the city. The only downside, as with all things in New York City, is the cost. Whenever I can afford to stay there, I do, it is my first choice.