New York Honeymoon


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Winter is a particularly romantic time to visit New York, with Manhattan lit up, the outdoor ice rinks full of skaters and sometimes even snow on the ground. One of the world's most vibrant cities, New York truly is a melting pot of cultures and influences - a great choice for a few days of city excitement.

World class hotels are two a penny. We like the classic style of New York landmark The Plaza on Fifth Avenue, or, if you prefer a boutique hotel, The Lowell in the heart of fashionable Upper East Side is fantastic. Another favourite, The Standard High Line in the hip Meatpacking District is right in amongst some of the best nightlife in the city, with incredible views to boot.

We’d recommend wrapping up warm and heading to the ice rink at the Rockefeller Center. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you only need to pop upstairs to the Sea Grill restaurant for a romantic seafood dinner; we’ll happily make you a reservation. Alternatively, you could stop by Union Square and stroll through the Christmas Market, grabbing a bite to eat in a quintessential deli.

Honeymoon Highlights of New York

  • The River Café, one of our favourites, serves up delicious, unpretentious food and even better views of Manhattan.
  • We’ll help you avoid the queues at the Empire State by booking Top of the Rock – the observation deck at the Rockefeller – instead. Sunset is particularly magical.
  • Appreciate the world’s most famous city skyline from above – on a private helicopter flight.
  • A musical, a ballet or a concert by the electric Philharmonic orchestra, there’s always something to tempt on Broadway.
  • If you fancy a little sun, too, why not head to the Caribbean for a few days of relaxation and tropical sunshine post city?

To indulge your cultural side, there are numerous museums and galleries. A visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a must, with the Balcony Bar overlooking the Great Hall perfect for a pit stop. Broadway and the Lincoln Center also beckon, and no trip to New York is complete without visiting the Empire State building - a bit of a cliche but absolutely one of the most romantic spots in the city.

Time alone to visit the sights, hit the shops, or discover small neighbourhoods full of character, is important, but a local guide can also make a real difference to your trip. They will show you the places that New Yorkers enjoy, and introduce you to the less touristy delights of this multi-faceted city.

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