In anticipation of its scheduled debut later this year, Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, located in lower Manhattan, has announced it is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning October 17.
The hotel is situated in a new 82-story skyscraper designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern, and has 185 guest rooms and 157 Four Seasons Private Residences, as well as a spa and fitness center, multiple event spaces, and chef Wolfgang Puck’s first restaurant in Manhattan, CUT. Located in the heart of the Financial District, the hotel is within walking distance of Tribeca, and a short cab ride to the Meatpacking District's bars and nightclubs.
The hotel’s two-story lobby has soft wool carpeting and original artworks displayed against wood walls and woven metal screens, along with brushed bronze accents and fabrics and a dramatic suspended staircase. Interiors, designed by Toronto and Soho-based Yabu Pushelberg, combine textures and furnishings that aim to create a to create a modern and inviting look.
For dining, CUT by Wolfgang Puck can be accessed via the hotel or its own entrance on Church Street. The restaurant’s interior was designed by French architect Jacques Garcia, and will seat 86 guests in the main dining room, as well as 32 in the lounge and 10 guests at the bar. There will also be a separate private dining room.
Guests looking to relax during their stay will enjoy a visit to the Spa at Four Seasons, designed by Yabu Pushelberg with white tay wood walls and oak floors throughout the seven treatment rooms. Adjacent to the spa, a lap pool includes two-story windows, loungers and a sundeck.
For business functions and other gatherings, Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown has the 2,990 square foot Greenwich Ballroom affording views of St. Peter's Church, ideal for sit-down events with space for up to 250 guests. Two additional spaces, Chambers and Warren, are choice spaces for business meetings, smaller social gatherings, and conference breakouts.
Residents living at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown will have access to the building at a separate entrance at 30 Park Place. Developed by Silverstein Properties, designed by Robert A.M. Stern and priced between at $3.75 and 32.5 million, the 157 Four Seasons Private Residences ranging from one to five bedrooms, and are all serviced by Four Seasons with full access to all hotel facilities.