In addition to its recent $80M guest room and suites remodel, Four Seasons Hotel New York located in midtown Manhattan continues to redefine five-star hotel expectations as the purveyor of one–of–a–kind moments to its guests with thoughtful surprises and extraordinary amenities. The pinnacle of this is the Ty Warner Penthouse, conceived by hotelier Ty Warner to be a work of art, featuring four glass balconies, a library, zen room, spa, a fireplace, and fine materials and décor inspired and acquired from all over the globe. Perhaps the only thing rivaling this exceptional space is the special collaboration between Four Seasons New York and Remy Martin; on the 13th of each month, beginning this November, guests who reserve the Ty Warner Penthouse or Royal Suite will receive a LOUIS XIII experience, including a curated four-course dinner coupled with LOUIS XIII Cognac. With blended grapes from the Grande Champagne region of France, each decanter of LOUIS XIII takes four generations of cellar masters over 100 years to craft. At the dinner, Philippe Vasilescu, LOUIS XIII’s New York Ambassador, will be present, using a white gold pipette to extract the liquid from the crystal decanter for tasting while calling attention to the unique and robust flavor of the cognac. Guests will also receive an exclusive invitation from Cellar Master Baptiste Loiseau for a tour of the Rémy Martin Estate and LOUIS XIII cellars in France, along with another private tasting of LOUIS XIII.
From divine cuisine and spirits to sumptuous rest and relaxation, some of the most unique aspects of Four Seasons have now been revealed so that both New York City visitors and those who call this great city home can experience and enjoy.