Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown opened in September 2016 in the heart of Tribeca. The area definitely got back its past glory. Thanks to Silverstein Properties and Robert A.M Stern who promised to restore Downtown. Today the area ranks first again for business and visitors.

The hotel occupies 24 floors of 30 Park Place, the iconic 82-storey tower designed by Robert A.M. Stern. Sharing a city block with the Woolworth Building, Cass Gilbert’s iconic 1913 skyscraper, 30 Park Place’s tower rises out of a limestone base to a dramatic skyline.

View over the Oculus, The World Trade Center Tower, the hotel is an urban oasis. It is so remarkable. The hotel features 189 guest rooms including 28 suites, CUT – the first New York restaurant bar by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck and an incredible spa. Studio designer Yabu Pushelberg has completed the home interior using dark wood in the public spaces and soft colors in the guest rooms. Walk into the hotel through the giant glass doors at 27 Barclay Street and you will immediately feel at home. It is hard not to love this place!

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