[A view from the Oculus of Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown; all images courtesy of Four Seasons]
There are so many amazing spaces and cool encounters in New York City that naturally some remain hidden to the naked eye, and further exploration is needed. In part, the mission of Fashion Pulse Daily is to draw back the curtain on these gems for you, discovering and sharing the best that New York City and its surrounding environs has to offer by way of fashion, beauty, spa, travel, and home. I would be remiss to not report back on two very special places that execute the epitome of luxury hospitality coupled with an across-the-board mentality of only the highest standards of quality: the newly opened Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown and Four Seasons Hotel New York.
[Vistas from the balcony at Four seasons Hotel New York Downtown]
Located in the new “it” section of town bordering Tribeca and the Financial District, the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown offers 24 sleek, architectural floors carrying 189 guest rooms including 28 suites, all thoughtfully adorned with gorgeous art and decor that elevates a simple walk down the hall into a sensory-captivating stroll.
[The bar at CUT by Wolfang Puck]
Of note is CUT by Wolfgang Puck, the celebrated chef’s first restaurant in Manhattan, the first of all of his U.S. outposts to offer three full meal periods, so guests and patrons alike can experience everything from house made granola with lemon yoghurt parfait for breakfast to Tsukiji Market sashimi salad for lunch to a range of Japanese and American USDA prime and grass fed steaks for dinner. Continue reading…
[Walking into the EDGE Restaurant & Bar from the Four Seasons Denver lobby]
Our ideas of what makes a “good trip” can wildly differ, but these aspects are certainly universal: amazing food, incredible views, a comfy bed, and convenience. For my maiden voyage to Colorado, I wanted to embrace the mountains and the city culture alike, while experiencing the very best of both worlds and not compromising any of the aforementioned items. It didn’t get much better than hiking around Red Rocks and Garden of the Gods, but spending time biking around Denver while taking a pause to squeeze in some shopping and a whirlpool soak rounded out the visit to the mile-high city. Continue reading…