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As one of the world’s most iconic, must-see destinations, New York City offers everything you might need for a well-earned luxury break in the city that never sleeps. But you can’t expect to fit everything in, so relax, take a deep breath, and enjoy the moment. With indulgent pampering as your focus, treat yourself to a show, dine in the finest restaurants, and give in to some serious retail therapy in one of the world’s top fashion capitals.

Things to see in New York

Get your bearings with a dramatic helicopter ride over the world’s most famous skyline. The journey delivers thrilling panoramas across Manhattan and the Hudson River, with headphone commentary to point out the most popular attractions in New York City. If you crave more of the high life, take the elevator to the Top of the Rock and marvel at the uninterrupted views of Central Park available from the 70th floor of the Rockefeller Center. Enjoy a glamorous night of world-class singing at the New York Metropolitan Opera, whose stars have included Maria Callas and Luciano Pavarotti, or splash out on the best seats for a Broadway show. Browse the rails at prestigious Bergdorf Goodman, which specializes in exclusive designerware. If your visit coincides with the Christmas season, stop to admire the store’s window displays, considered the finest in New York.

Luxury hotels in New York

When it comes to luxury hotels in New York City, you’ll be literally spoiled for choice. This cosmopolitan city has hospitality running through its veins, including some of the world’s most iconic hotels. Feel the heritage as you step into the elegant foyers of these historic New York hotels with addresses that evoke the city’s glorious past. Or come bang up to date in cutting-edge luxury hotels featuring the last word in 21st-century design and technology. Whichever era you choose, you can expect top-of-the-range amenities, from state-of-the art fitness centers to rooftop restaurants, coupled with service that’s second to none.

Where to stay in New York

Central Manhattan is relatively compact, so you’re never too far from the action. However, a little advance research will help you to choose a location that complements your itinerary. Central Park, the city’s green lung, is perfect if you’re planning to take in the museums and galleries—it’s also one of New York’s most affluent neighborhoods, with many upscale hotels situated in quiet residential streets. The ritzy Financial District at the southern tip of Manhattan offers opulent high-rise palaces with fabulous views from the top floors. Trendy SoHo couples bohemian chic with bespoke luxury in some of the most original hotels in New York.

How to get to New York

New York’s busy international airports, JFK and Newark, are served by the world’s major airlines, while LaGuardia handles domestic flights from US cities. If you’re arriving for a luxury break, start as you mean go on with a private shuttle direct to your hotel. This service can be booked in advance, so your car will be waiting as soon as you land, ready to whisk you downtown with the minimum of fuss. Alternatively, give your New York vacation a shot of old-fashioned glamor—arrive by cruise ship and experience the unique thrill of docking in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty, with the Manhattan skyline as your backdrop.

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