New York - 5* The Surrey Hotel
Take a few days to explore New York, ascend to the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Centre or hop on a ferry to Ellis Island to get a close-up view of the iconic Staue of Liberty.
Your holiday includes:
- Return direct economy airfares, departing London Heathrow.
- 3 nights in a deluxe saloon room.
- ON SALE - SAVE £282 per person.
Why we recommend The Surrey Hotel
This chic and sophisticated Upper East Side hotel is steeped in rich history and promises discreet and exceptional service. Boasting John F. Kennedy and American actress Bette Davis as former patrons, the exquisite property is the first and only in New York to be included in the Relais & Chateaux family of luxury hotels in the last 20 years. Salons and suites boast a nightly turndown service, pillow selection and Diptyque bathroom products. Why not peruse the spectacular array of authentic and original artwork in the lobby, or sip a coffee in the luxury of the private roof garden, situated on the 17th floor. After soaking up the famous New York skyline, indulge at the Cornelia Spa, which tailors treatments to suit your needs. Sample an amuse-bouche from the botanical tasting bar, which is guaranteed to whet your appetite for a tantalising feast. Grand chef Daniel Boulud has designed a mouth-watering menu featuring classic French cuisine, prepared with market-fresh ingredients. Michelin-starred Café Boulud is not to be missed, while Bar Pleiades, inspired by Coco Chanel and 1930s Art Deco, is the perfect place for a nightcap. Settle into a banquette and relax into one of the best bars in the city.
Known as the Big Apple the city is a melting pot of nationalities that contributes to it's unique buzz. From the imposing skyscrapers of the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building to the majestic Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, New York is awe-inspiring. The shopping is some of the best in the world, the restaurants some of the hippest and the people some of the coolest! Check out downtown areas of Chelsea, Tribeca, SoHo and Greenwich Village, with their sidewalk cafes, markets, bookshops and plenty of cosmopolitan New Yorkers.