The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown has opened in Tribeca.
The five-star property is Four Season’s 99th location. The hotel has 189 rooms and suites and 159 private residences, and is within walking distance of Wall Street, the World Trade Center, and the Oculus, and less than an hour from New York’s major airports.
Entry-level Deluxe rooms start at $649/£498 per night, and include either one king or two double beds, city views, a seating area and desk and a full marble bathroom with a shower and soaking tub, for a total of 40 sqm.
Premier rooms start at $749/£574 a night. The interior is slightly larger at 42 sqm, including the same bed and bath features as the deluxe room and similar views of the city.
Grand Premier rooms offer one king bed only, but include a larger living area and a dining table, with the same bath features as above. At 46 sqm, they are the largest of the standard rooms and have good views of the city from their vantage point on floors 20-24, but are also the most expensive at $899/£689 per night.
Executive suites and Hudson suites afford 67 sqm and 84 sqm of space respectively. Both feature separate sitting rooms and bedrooms, one king sized bed plus one rollaway or crib, a marble bathroom with a shower and separate soaking tub, an iPad to access hotel services, and a 140cm Ultra HD Smart TV. Hudson suites also include a dining table for 4, separate guest bathroom plus an in-mirror TV in the master bathroom. Nightly rates start at $1199/£919 for the Executive suite and $1399/£1073 for the Hudson suite.
Four specialty Gotham suites are also offered, two of which have a private terrace. At 67 sqm, Gotham suites include one marble bathroom with separate shower and soaking tub, a bedroom with one king bed and a separate living room, for a fee starting at $1649/£1264 per night, or $1749/£1341 per night for suites with a terrace.
The Royal suite engulfs half of the 24th floor at 223 sqm, and includes six separate rooms: a living room, a dining room for up to 10 guests, an office, a media room, a bedroom with one king bed and marble bathroom with a soaking tub, steam shower and heated floor tiles and towel racks.
One floor below, the Tribeca Suite includes a living room, dining room for six, bedroom with one king bed, and marble bathroom with soaking tub and steam shower, for a total of 113 sqm. Both unique specialty suites can only be booked by phone.
The hotel’s Greenwich Ballroom accommodates up to 175 guests for events or meetings, and two additional meeting rooms are available for smaller functions.
CUT, Wolfgang Puck’s first restaurant in Manhattan, is located within the hotel. Open 7am-2am, the restaurant seats 86 in the main dining room, 32 at the bar, and 31 in a private dining room. It specializes in steak, but serves a variety of cuisine. Reservations are recommended.
Amenities include a fitness centre and full-service spa, a heated swimming pool and valet parking. Basic Wi-Fi is complimentary.
Entry-level rates are now available on the hotel’s website, including a free third night.