Four Seasons opens downtown New York property

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts opened its newest property in New York City with the Four Seasons New York Downtown. The property is located in Tribeca, near Wall Street and the World Trade Center.

The property has a two-story lobby and 189 guestrooms and suites designed by Soho and Toronto-based design studio Yabu Pushelberg. Guestrooms range from 400 to 2,400 square feet, and amenities include roomservice, a restaurant headed by executive chef Shaun Acosta and Wolfgang Puck's Cut dining experience.

Other hotel amenities include the Spa at Four Seasons and a 6,000-square-foot fitness center with views of the World Trade Center. The property also has a 75-foot indoor lap pool with natural light and an outdoor terrace. Meeting facilities include the Greenwich Ballroom, which can seat up to 175 guests, as well as two additional salons for smaller breakout sessions.


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The hotel is comprised of equal parts guestrooms and residences, with a separate entrance for the residences.

A separate entrance to the building can also be accessed at 30 Park Place, leading to 167 private residences ranging from one to five bedrooms. Residents have access to all hotel amenities, as well as service from hotel staff.

"Downtown New York has been reborn as the most vibrant neighborhood in city," said Peter Humig, GM of the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown. "It's no longer simply a business district. You can feel the energy the minute you arrive, and we are proud to be in the heart of it."

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