Itinerary Highlights
    • View from your room on the Lower East Side or East Village in at trendy Downtown address

    • Subway Pass, New York City Walk and Off-Broadway Tickets included in the itinerary

    • Personalise your escape
    : private Williamsburg & Bushwick tour, a helicopter ride and a City Pass.

    • You have a local Concierge, useful suggestions for restaurants, shops and bars, and our usual additional services

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The newest addition to the world-famous Ian Schrager's hotel group has moved south of Manhattan, at the crossroads of three iconic Downtown neighbourhoods: SoHo, East Village and the Lower East Side. Just a few steps away are beautiful cultural spots, such as the stunning architecture of the New Museum and the ICP (International Centre of Photography), and the greenery of Sara D. Roosevelt Park. In legendary New York, the hotel's goal is to offer a unique location combining refinement and simple design. One of the rooms inside is dedicated to art in all its forms, and acts as a gallery, a performance hall and a nightclub. There's a bar on the rooftop, where you can meet at sunset, with a cocktail in hand.
Comfort blends with state-of-the-art technology in the rooms, which are all reminiscent yacht cabins. What's special about this is that, instead of looking out onto the sea, it provides a view over a remarkable urban jungle through a large bay window. The hotel services don't stop there. Enjoy the Lounge Club and its fitness room, a yoga class or a meditation session on site. Bicycles are available for guests and from 8pm cookies and milk are waiting for you at Louis, a combination cafe, restaurant and grocery store.


We have first scheduled an informal walk with a native New Yorker, to discover the Lower East Side, the neighbourhood at the bottom left of Manhattan. Though it has been the cradle of immigration since the 19th century, the L.E.S. was for a long time very run down. But now a younger generation, seeking to escape the overpriced rents downtown, has been in the driving seat, and it has become the major meeting place for a trend-setting generation of tattooed artists, hipsters and other fashionistas. Also included: your tickets for an out-of-the ordinary show, featuring all kinds of household objects used to create a rhythmical sequence. The collective, made up of artists who are at one and the same time actors, dancers and percussionists, convey overflowing energy without any dialogue. On site, you have unlimited-access public passes for public transport. Need advice? Looking for a last-minute reservation? Want to make a change to the itinerary? Our Concierge and team can be reached at any time to help you.


Take a morning jog in Central Park. Order a pastrami sandwich at Katz Delicatessen. Look out over the city from the top of the Empire State Building. Head across to Ellis Island. Sip tea in the MoMa Garden after visiting the exhibitions. Cycle across the Brooklyn Bridge and stroll through the Williamsburg flea markets. Visit the arty district of Tribeca. Go antiquing in DUMBO. Enjoy a change scenery on Coney Island. Attend a gospel mass in Harlem. Have a last drink at the Mercer or Standard Highline, for the views...


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Spend a few hours with a guide in New York City to explore two of its many iconic neighbourhoods: Bushwick and Williamsburg. Included in the itinerary of this easy walk you will discover the flea market, to find vintage clothing and jewellery and other unusual souvenirs; street art, graffiti and murals; the craft market to find delicious coffees and chocolates; and finally, the record stores that are bringing vinyl back, to the delight of fans.



The best way to take the pulse of New York? from above. The higher up you go, the easier it is to appreciate the size of the city, its skyscrapers and legendary bridges. Climb to the top of the Empire State Building or One World Observatory at dusk, when the city starts to light up, or take a helicopter ride to the Statue of Liberty, for 15 minutes of thrills. It's unforgettable.



New York has its must-sees sights. While some of the Big Apple's visitors roam the world's most famous museums (with MOMA and the MET the must-visits), others climb to the observatories of the Empire State Building and Top of the Rock, the two most beautiful terraces in Manhattan. Finally, a trip to New York would not be complete without a cruise on the bay to admire the skyline or to the Statue of Liberty, which never ceases to impress. All these entries are grouped together in the City Pass, so you can see the essentials in just days.


A Rough Idea of Price

Dependent on season, accommodation and activities
The cost for this trip starts from £1,850 per person. The final cost of the trip depends on the way we tailor it especially for you. The final cost varies according to several factors, which include the level of service, length of trip and advance booking time. The exact price will be provided on your personalised quote. The average starting price for this trip is £2,230 per person.
  • International flights with a scheduled airline

  • Airline taxes and fuel surcharge

  • Airport/hotel private transfers

  • Three-night stay in southern Manhattan in a double room with room only

  • The New York Metro Pass

  • Walk with a local on the Lower East Side, with tastings on the go

  • Tickets for the Stomp percussion show

  • Our local Concierge service

  • A GPS navigation service accessible from our app, loaded with your itinerary, hotel details and places to visit
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