Very Good 399 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Unbeatable location in Midtown, just off Park Avenue
  • Sleeping inside the city’s tallest hotel, designed by one of the world’s most acclaimed architects
  • The spa’s signature massage, a combination of shiatsu, Thai stretching, Swedish massage and reflexology
  • The Garden restaurant, with its live African acacia trees – it’s like dining in an enchanted forest

What To Know

  • There’s a fee for WiFi
  • Valet parking fee is $60 per day
  • While rooms generally have either city or Central Park views, some suites have both
  • As with all Four Seasons hotels, this one is supremely business and family-friendly
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  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Quintessential New York luxury in a soaring I.M. Pei-designed tower, with unforgettable skyline and park views


Four Seasons Hotel New York, designed by I.M. Pei, has a classic elegance that transcends time with its opulent Art Deco lobby and onyx ceiling. 100% renovated, guests experience five-star New York hotel living in this modern-deco landmark. Offering some of the largest studios and suites in Manhattan, and some of the city’s most breathtaking views, a stay at Four Seasons Hotel New York gives you access to everything, including a quiet retreat when you need it. Located on “Billionaire’s Row” at the city’s most prestigious address, between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue, you will be just steps from Central Park and Madison Avenue shopping. Infused with natural light, panoramic park and city views, your accommodation at the Four Seasons will provide you with serenity and luxury high above Manhattan’s exhilarating whirlwind.


Make yourself at home in one of the 368 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

L.RAPHAEL Beauty Spa at Four Seasons Hotel New York is luxury destination, the location offers the most effective in proprietary treatments and breakthrough technologies that have catapulted L.RAPHAEL to the forefront of anti-aging skincare. L. RAPHAEL is a pioneer in oxygen and ultrasound treatments and has revolutionized the science of skincare with its exclusive LEC 40 lipid complex, caviar and truffles.

The 3,800 square foot space boasts ten treatment rooms including two luxury couples’ suites, a full-service hair salon, two nail stations, saunas and whirlpools in the men’s and women’s locker rooms as well as a retail boutique offering the full line of L.RAPHAEL premium skincare products. The comprehensive treatment menu includes facial, body and massage therapies, hair and nail care, and makeup application.

Guests can enjoy the sauna and steam facilities daily from 6:30am to 9:00pm. Spa appointments are scheduled, daily, from 8:00am to 8:00pm daily. Treatments may be arranged in your studio or suite. An additional charge will apply. The hotel’s 1,200 square foot gym will feature all new state-of-the-art Artis Equipment by Technogym to complete the full body and wellness offerings. Technogym, at the Four Seasons Hotel will be the first US Hotel to debut Technogym’s ARTIS collection. ARTIS is a revolutionary training experience encompassing the best in design, biomechanical engineering and interactive technology. With 30 year of commitment in the wellness field provides our customers with the most exclusive facilities in New York and offer clients quality and exclusivity

Food & Drink

Overlooking the Hotel’s towering Grand Lobby, The Garden provides a dramatic, enchanted forest-like restaurant setting in New York. Select a table in between the twisting, undulating trunks of enormous African Acacia trees, or enjoy the warm morning sunlight from the over-sized windows. Taking the mantra of “Eat Drink Local” to heart, The Garden offers exceptional breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch menus each featuring local ingredients.
Ty Bar is a stylish, soaring space designed with Art Deco inspiration. With a legendary après-work scene, Ty Bar is ideal for private conversations or lively, see-and-be-seen socializing.

In this Midtown Manhattan bar, you’re encouraged to discover our bespoke cocktail menu or choose from the classic cocktails of the 1920s and 30s.
Ty Bar offers an extensive list of craft beers, as well as specialty cocktails created by the city’s most talented mixologists. Enjoy a seat near the soaring windows, intimate fireplace, or overlooking the Grand Lobby. High-end whiskies and bourbons, including a custom-barrel bourbon made exclusively by Hudson Bourbon for Ty Bar, make it an unparalleled New York City bar experience with cuisine from our seasonal dining menu.

Business & Travel Amenities

At Four Seasons Hotel New York, 12,123 ft2 (1,126 m2) of meeting and banquet space contains eleven elegantly appointed multi-purpose rooms, including a boardroom. Each room has unique décor, and is equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual and sound equipment. Capacities range from 10 to 270 people for a reception and up to 165 people for a seated dinner.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel New York
57 E 57th Street
New York, NY 10022 United States


4.5 Very Good 399 Reviews
1980s Style Luxury with Major Shortcomings

FS NY is a gorgeous architectural hotel with a cathedral lobby and beautifully, simply, elegantly plush apartment style rooms in the sky. But, there a serious problems here.


The location is terrific and the lobby is stunning. The room redesign is deceptively simple in muted tones. I had a corner Park Avenue Suite which was huge and airy with lovely high quality furniture and a residential feel. Nice the way the set up has a walk in closet, bar and spacious bathroom (odd it doesn’t have two sinks). The room service laundry and shoeshine were very fast and friendly. The concierge was good. That’s it for the good stuff.


The food is average but priced higher than London or Hong Kong. You can’t charge the prices they do and serve uninspired not so great food. Over five days, I had one dish I loved and would eat again - an Arctic char special. The Cobb salad is weird, the açaí bowl tastes bland, the omelette had no flavor, the croissants weren’t top notch, the kale salad was something I could get at Tender Greens, the Asian tuna salad wasn’t ahi as advertised and drowning in soy sauce. The list goes on and on. I love good food and will pay for it. But, I don’t care where I am - I won’t pay $250 for lunch for two without alcohol again and have an average meal.

The receptionist who checked me was very harried and almost nervous. She forgot to give me the mini bar key.

No fresh flowers in a $1,700 a night room, just fake orchids. Oh and the famous acacia trees in the lobby’s Garden restaurant are all fake. The servers are well intentioned but um shall we say not very polished.


There’s one reason I probably will never stay at this hotel again - ELEVATOR NOISE. I was on the 36th floor with only three or four other rooms and expecting a tranquil escape every evening. But NO given the structure of the building every room is adjacent to the old elevator shafts and all your hear is swooshing and cables rattling and the shaft creaking. I felt like I was in Blade Runner with jets flying over all night and had to sleep with ear plugs. Most of the staff is cold in personality. Also what is up with two loose sheets around a comforter. Why is there no duvet cover? Why do you have to ask for an espresso machine? Why is the shower water pressure so weak with no rain shower? Why do I hear the super loud suction toilets in other rooms? And why oh why can’t you have a proper dinner in a nice restraint at a hotel of this supposed caliber? It’s bar food or room service. That is ridiculous. Joel Robuchon left over 5 years ago and there’s yet to be a replacement. Absurd

I loved the room but I didn’t like this hotel at all.

Perfect stay

Our stay in this hotel was so nice.
We arrived earlier as plannend and they gave us a room without extra payment.
The hotel was very big and beautiful, i was in love with the decoratien.
The rooms were big and very beautiful. The staff were very friendly and helpfull. We really enjoyed our stay in New York and ofcourse in this hotel.

We hope to get back soon in New York and absolutly in this hotel again.

service in needs of improvement

A beautiful hotel , a great location but don t expect the usual FS standards of service, way overrated
In room dining was extraordinaly expensive ,the staff lacked proper training and the food was very average.
Surpised that such a large property does not even offer an onsite restaurant for the evening.