Four Seasons Hotel New York, the flagship hotel in the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts chain, opened in 1994 and is the tallest New York City hotel. 52 stories high, the Four Seasons Hotel New York features the Mobil Three Star restaurant, L'Atelier de Joel Roubuchon. Located in Manhattan's business and shopping district, the hotel offers a number of luxury amenities, including a full service spa; rooms with uptown views; some guest rooms with furnished terraces; studio suites with private offices; the Ty Warner Penthouse which contains a library, spa, master bedroom and library; spacious dressing rooms, soaking tubs and more.

The Four Seasons Hotel New York offers a variety of boardrooms and executive meeting suites that are well suited for meals, meetings, break outs and other business gatherings. The hotel also offers luxury banquet accommodations for wedding receptions and wedding specialists to help plan wedding-related events.

Nearby Attractions And Activities Edit

Broadway Theatre District - Located in Manhattan on the Great White Way (W. 41st St. to W. 53rd St.), this area includes three dozen theaters that stage a variety of productions.

Apollo Theater - Historic theater helped launch the careers of famous entertainers, including James Brown, Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder. The theater offers amateur night every Wednesday night.

Central Park - 843 acre park includes the Central Park Zoo, gardens, plazas, an outdoor performance theater, restaurants, skating rinks, walking tours, bridle paths and special events such as the New York City Marathon.

Metropolitan Museum of Art - World-famous museum offers a daily featured art exhibit, concerts, classes, school tours, gallery talks, lectures, films and more.

Museum of Modern Art - Offers painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and media galleries. Their collection includes 150,000 paintings, sculptures, architectural models and drawings, design objects, prints and photographs.

Giants Stadium - Part of the Meadowlands complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Giants Stadium is the home of both the New York Giants and the New York Jets. The Giants and Jets will play in a new stadium in 2010.

Shea Stadium - Home to Major League Baseball's New York Mets, the stadium is located in Flushing, Queens on Roosevelt Avenue. Fans who would like to view batting practice on game days can enter Gate C 2.5 hours before game time.

Yankee Stadium - Located in the Bronx, the stadium opened in 1923. Home to some of Major League Baseball's greatest teams and historic moments, the stadium was renovated in 1976. It has been host to the 1939, 1960 and 1977 All-Star games, and some of baseball's all-time greats played there, including Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig. A new baseball stadium is being constructed across the street from the current venue and will open for the 2009 baseball season.

Madison Square Garden - Popular venue is home to the New York Knicks NBA basketball team, New York Rangers NHL hockey team, and the New York Liberty WNBA basketball team. The Garden hosts many events including boxing matches, concerts, family shows and more.

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