Treat yourself with an urban staycation at the city’s most glamorous hotels and fall in love with New York City all over again.
Relax by the fire in the Empire Suite at the Four Seasons
Located in the heart of Tribeca, the hotel’s sun-filled suites invite guests to experience tranquility high above Manhattan. Celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, the hotel has reimagined its former Royal Suite, renaming it the Empire Suite to reflect NYC’s chic lifestyle. “Aiming to reinvigorate the space, we brought a fresh palette, layering soft linens, warm timbers and striking marbles,” says the suite’s designer, Tara Bernerd. It is the ultimate sanctuary for your winter getaway. “The suite offers unparalleled views across the city and is the perfect backdrop for an elegant dinner with friends,” says Tara Cruz, senior spa director at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown. Debuting in January, the Empire Suite Experience includes round-trip helicopter transfers from all three major airports, personal spa treatment for two, including a couple’s massage, as well as daily breakfast. $25,000, 27 Barclay St.
The Empire Suite’s decor is lively and refreshing.
The hotel’s beaux-arts beauty, inspired by designer Jacques Garcia’s childhood Parisian apartment, boasts dark glamour and mystery. The NoMad’s art deco rooms are adorned in Garcia’s classic, timeless style with a New York twist and residential feel. The hotel’s alfresco Rooftop at The NoMad offering breakfast, lunch and dinner by acclaimed chefs Michael Reilly and Abram Bissell makes the establishment a great destination for your retreat. Dedicated to the belief that New Yorkers should enjoy the luxuries of travel without having to go the distance, The NoMad is offering a special local rate to NYC residents for those who provide proof of residency when booking. 1170 Broadway
A table at The Rooftop at The Nomad.
Since opening its doors in 1925, this hotel has retained its rock ’n’ roll aesthetic, which renders it a New York favorite. The Renaissance-revival decor, bohemian velvets and brocades evoke its star-studded history, alongside a refined romance and coziness. Its reputation of hosting entertainers and A-listers while housing one of the city’s most vibrant nightlife venues makes it a hot spot among celebrity clientele. The hotel’s luxurious suites are ideal for your winter staycation. With their unique collections of modern art, black-and-white photographs and vintage selects from markets all over the world, it’s the perfect scene for a romantic getaway. From $699, 2 Lexington Ave.
The Pierre is a testament to old-world elegance and romanticism—both apparent in its design and service. Modeled after Versailles by famed architects Schultze & Weaver, the 41-story structure cannot go unnoticed. Located in one of the most coveted addresses on the Upper East Side, its sprawling views of the city and lavishly appointed rooms are meant to impress. Since its inception in 1931, The Pierre has constituted a cornerstone of the city’s glamour, earning frequent patronage from silver screen superstars and fashion icons such as Coco Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, Yves Saint Laurent and Audrey Hepburn. Matching its core philosophy, The Pierre now introduces a glamorous winter offer, inviting guests to treat themselves to the ultimate fivestar experience with the Perfectly Pierre Bed & Breakfast package, which includes complementary overnight parking. From $596, 2 E. 61st St.
Photography by: EMPIRE SUITE PHOTOS BY JOE THOMAS PHOTOGRAPHY/COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS HOTEL NEW YORK DOWNTOWN; THE NOMAD PHOTO BY CHARISSA FAY/COURTESY OF THE NOMAD