Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
Downtown Manhatten, New York, United States of America
At a Glance
World-famous Four Seasons service and luxury
Exciting alternative to staying in Midtown Manhattan, surrounded by the hottest restaurants and within easy reach of Brooklyn and the attractions of Downtown New York
Home to cool restaurant CUT by Wolfgang Puck, the first in Manhattan, serving Wagyu beef and inventive seafood dishes
Large indoor lap pool and relaxing spa when you need a rest from pounding the New York pavements
Fantastic family-friendly hotel, with babysitting services as well as child specific amenities
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Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.
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Four Seasons New York Downtown sits between Tribeca and the financial district, a stone's throw from the Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center and some of New York's hottest restaurants. It is also home to Wolfgang Puck's first NYC restaurant, CUT.
Introducing a splash of Four Seasons luxury and glamour to Downtown New York, the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown offers a fantastic alternative perspective for visitors to the Big Apple, whether a first-time visit or a second trip to the city. Its location at the crossroads between Tribeca and the financial district keeps guests away from the hustle and bustle of the key tourist sites whilst remaining within reach, as well as being just a stone's throw from super-cool Brooklyn, the One World Trade Center and several of the city's best Michelin-starred restaurants.
Accommodation is luxurious and sophisticated with those famously comfortable beds, offering a total of 189 rooms and suites, spread across seven floors. All come equipped with 55-inch TVs, Bose soundsystems and additional TVs built into the bathroom mirrors which can be enjoyed from the bathtub.
The hotel is also home to CUT, one of the city's hottest dining spots by acclaimed chef Wolfgang Puck, his first in Manhattan. Enjoy breakfasts, lunches and dinners in this slick venue, which serves up a mouthwatering array of steaks, including prime cuts of Wagyu beef. Other facilities at the hotel include an indulgent full-service spa, a fitness center and a huge lap pool with underwater soundsystem, offering relaxation to guests after pounding the New York pavements.
Accommodation is luxurious and sophisticated with those famously comfortable beds, offering a total of 189 rooms and suites, spread across seven floors. All come equipped with 55-inch TVs, Bose soundsystems and additional TVs built into the bathroom mirrors which can be enjoyed from the bathtub. Bathrooms are decorated in marble with small mosaic details and have a free-standing tub and separate shower in every room category.
Four Seasons hotels are famously family-friendly, and a range of amenities and services are in place to make your stay as hassle free as possible. Babysitting is available on request and the concierge will happily recommend a range of family-friendly activities and restaurants within the vicinity. Children's bathrobes and toiletries are provided in rooms, children's menus are available in the restaurants and additional items can be arranged to make rooms child-proof if required for little ones. Guests have complimentary use of games, books, crayons and video games, as well as the more practical baby bathtubs, blankets, high chairs, diapers, wipes, bottles and lotions.
Facilities at the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown include a full-service spa, fitness center and large heated lap pool with underwater soundsystem. CUT by Wolfgang Puck is the hotel's signature restaurant, serving prime cuts of steak and open for three meals a day. In-room dining is also available.
Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is ideally placed to explore up-and-coming Brooklyn, being just a short walk from the Brooklyn Bridge - head out by bike and take in the cultural sites or even a fun foodie tour. On the Manhattan side, be sure to visit the One World Trade Center and the memorial site nearby. Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange are also within easy reach. The concierge is also on hand to recommend tailored activities or places of interest.
Camilla Swift (Staff)
I was very excited about staying at the brand new Four Seasons in Downtown New York, and it did not disappoint! From the moment you walk into the amazing lobby with incredibly high ceilings the staff are on hand to help. All staff act as concierge, so definitely worth asking them for any recommendations and to point you in the right direction of any new restaurant openings, pop ups, or whatever might be of interest.
Rooms are brand new, clean-lined and spacious with lots of wardrobe space, modern bathrooms (complete with in-mirror TVs!) with deep soaking tubs and separate showers and of course those infamous Four Seasons beds! How do they do it?!
Cut by Wolfgang Puck is located downstairs, just off the lobby, and is a very popular spot amongst guests and locals advance reservations very much recommended. Food is delicious, and presentation turns courses into works of art!
However, it is the stunning lap pool, with underwater music, which really makes this hotel stand out from the crowd Its indoors but the loungers and serene dcor make it a really relaxing place, perfect for early morning lengths or unwinding at the end of the day.
Strangely the area does feel slightly more financial / corporate even compared to where The Beekman is located just the other side of City Hall Park but, for those who are big fans of the Four Seasons brand and want to explore a new upcoming area of the city, this should be top of their list.
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Catch a show on Broadway
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Manhattan Adventure Boat Sightseeing Tour
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New York City Pass
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One World Observatory
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Professional photography experience
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Staten Island Ferry
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The Empire State Building
For the Quintessential New York vista, a ride up the Empire State Building is a must - however many times you see it, the New York Skyline never fails to thrill. Go early in the morning or after 6pm for the best views!
The Statue of Liberty
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The Top of the Rock
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Unique Tours of New York
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Location & directions
Downtown Manhatten, New York, United States of America
Four Seasons New York Downtown offers an opportunity to explore Downtown New York City, just a short distance from Brooklyn Bridge, the One World Trade Center and within easy reach of a number of Michelin-star and fine dining restaurants.
How to get there
7-hour flight to New York City, followed by a transfer. Four Seasons New York Downtown is approx. 1.5 hours from JFK International Airport, and an hour from Newark.