My Stay with Four Seasons Hotel New York

Stepping inside the Four Seasons Hotel New York, you quickly feel a swift change of pace from the NYC madness. The Four Seasons Hotel New York has this classic charm that seems timeless, and the lobby gives off a stylish Art Deco vibe.

I was offered to stay in the Manhattan Junior Suite, while in New York for Fashion Week. A 500 sq room with oversized windows, panoramic city views, and possibly the best view of Central Park. The Suite gives a residential vibe, comes with a kingsized bed, a custom-made work desk, and a walking closet. I like that it felt more like a luxurious NYC apartment than a hotel suite. Service was impeccable. 

Another must is The Garden restaurant, run by Executive Chef Johnson. Probably the best breakfast I had in NYC. I would recommend the lemon ricotta pancakes, it's also their signature breakfast. The Garden is open for lunch and weekend brunch as well, if you're not a morning person. I also hear good things about the Ty Bar, though i didn't get a chance to check it. 

I really enjoyed my stay at Four Seasons Hotel New York. Adding this to the top of my list of hospitality experiences. It's luxury at its finest. 

Thank You Four Seasons!