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The Big Apple

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The Buzz

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Famous Landmarks

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Great Shopping

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Thrilling Nightlife

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Watch A Famous

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Take A Stroll In Central Park

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Welcome To

New York!


Visit the Big Apple



    New York is the most ethnically diverse, religiously varied, commercially driven, famously congested and in the eyes of many, the most attractive urban centre in the world…

    Visit the “City that never sleeps” for the experience of a lifetime as you immerse yourself in the extravagance of the Big Apple. From the glitz and glamour of Fifth Avenue, the vibrancy of Times Square and the skyscrapers of Manhattan, you can be part of Hollywood’s most famous movie set.

    New York City is composed of the five boroughs namely the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. The Bronx is the birthplace of hip-hop and the Yankees; Brooklyn is the most densely populated borough known for live music and sports events; Manhattan has world-class attractions such as museums, acclaimed restaurants and a dense population of some of the world’s tallest buildings; Queens is a diverse melting pot offering cuisine from around the world, Mets baseball and famous works of art and Staten Island, only a ferry ride away, is filled with rich history, architecture and magnificent views of New York City.
    The local currency is United States Dollar (USD) and the time zone is UTC/GMT -4 hours in the summer months from March to October due to daylight saving time and UTC/GMT -5 hours in the winter months from November to February.


    New York Broadway


    Spend the night at Broadway in the Theatre District of Manhattan watching an award winning show such as Chicago, Les Miserables, Lion King or The Phantom of the Opera from some of the best seats in the house.

    Luxury Dinner Cruise

    Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the Hudson River in a luxurious private charter yacht and indulge in gourmet cuisine prepared by the chef on board. Iconic sights include the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridge and the Empire State Building.

    Walk Brooklyn Bridge

    Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Spanning nearly 1 600 feet across the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge connects lower Manhattan and Brooklyn. There is a pedestrian walkway above the roadway, offering great views of the Manhattan skyline.

    New York City Tour

    Your personal chauffeur will take you on a city tour in a private luxury sedan, SUV or limousine. You can choose the length of your tour as well as where you would like your driver to stop. Whether you want to take a photograph with New York’s iconic landmarks or enjoy the view as you walk across Brooklyn Bridge, you have the freedom to plan your itinerary.

    Visit Central Park

    Central Park is an open-air oasis and a visual masterpiece created by landscape designer Frederick Law Olmsted and architect Calvert Vaux. Central Park opened in 1857 and takes up 840 acres of land. No matter the season or reason for your visit, this national historic landmark is a setting for enjoying various pursuits like jogging, bicycle riding, strolling, rollerblading, ice-skating, picnicking and much more! Ir provides the perfect setting for a gourmet butler-serviced picnic. You can choose between an authentic New York set menu or a customised picnic option to fulfil your culinary tastes.

    Statue of Liberty

    Visit the Statue of Liberty

    The Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from France to the United States and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. This 93 meter high statue is one of the symbols New York is known by. Cruises to this famous New York landmark can be taken from Battery Park in downtown Manhattan.

    Empire State Building

    You will visit the 86th and 102nd floors of the iconic Empire State Building. Skip the queues with your VIP Express pass and enjoy the spectacular 360° views from above. Discover the heart of New York City with breathtaking panoramic views from the observation deck.

    High Line Park Private Guided Tour

    This public park is built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street. Take a private guided tour to discover the distinctive architecture and horticultural design of the park.

    Night Out in New York City

    Your chauffeur will collect you from your hotel in a limousine en route to an elite lounge or night club of your choice where you will enjoy cocktails with a view or bottle service as you dance the night away.


    New York City is home to top-notch museums in art, architecture, photography, natural history, television, radio and technology. Visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met), one of the world’s finest art museums, or take a private guided tour through the modern and contemporary works of art at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Midtown Manhattan. You can choose to take the tour of MoMA before, during or after museum hours. You could also visit the Guggenheim Museum and the American Museum of Natural History.

    Visit “Top of the Rock”

    The “Top of the Rock” observation deck is a three-tiered deck at the top of the GE Building in Rockefeller Center. It offers one distinct advantage over the Empire State Building, being views of the Empire State Building. Offering spacious 360-degree decks, the Top of the Rock observation deck is considered “Top of the Rock” by many to provide the finest panoramic vistas of New York City. If you’d like to see the city under varying shades of light, come by just before sunset, when the sky slowly darkens and the urban sprawl begins to glow.

    Shopping with a personal shopper

    New York has the best shopping options the world has on offer. One of the most luxurious stretches of retail in the world, Fifth Avenue, is the main feature of New York’s shopping scene. On any given day, the New York’s most fashionable street resembles a couture runway. Also be sure to visit other luxury department stores in Manhattan such as Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys New York and Bloomingdales. Customised to suit your individual needs and style, your personal shopper will assist you in retail therapy in Fifth Avenue, the shops at Columbus Circle, Madison Avenue and SoHo to ensure that you are dressed to impress the New York elite.

    Times Square

    Be sure to experience the heart of New York, Times Square. Times Square is formed by the crossing of Broadway and 7th Avenue that stretches from 42nd to 47th Street. It is well known for its illuminated sign all around the square. This vibrant area hosts the famous strip of Broadway theatres, as well as various restaurants and shops .The Nasdaq Stock Exchange also made Times Square its home.

    Sports Tickets

    If you are a passionate sports fan and would like to watch a live game in New York City, we will reserve you premium seats for those games. Whether you support the New York Yankees or the New York Mets in baseball, the New York Giants or the New York Jets in American Football, the New York Knicks or the Brooklyn Nets in basketball, or you would like to see the New York Rangers or the New York Islanders in action on the ice hockey arena, we can assist you in reserving VIP premium seats in luxury suites, subject to availability.

    The Hamptons

    Based on Long Island, this is the playground of the elite. The ‘season’ runs from July to September. Take a luxury private vehicle or helicopter ride from New York to East Hampton and spend the day in the Hamptons driven by your chauffeur. Indulge in lunch at the Dockside Bar & Grill in Sag Harbor or 75 MAIN in Southampton.

    Helicopter Flight to Niagara Falls

    Take a helicopter ride to the Niagara Falls, the second largest falls in the world, located on the international border between the USA and Canada. You will be mesmerised by the beauty of this natural wonder.



    New York boasts 6 Michelin three star restaurants. These restaurants are:

    Le-BernardinLe Bernardin

    Le Bernardin is a French seafood restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. It was started in 1972 in Paris by Gilbert and Maguy le Coze and moved to New York in 1986. Head chef, Erik Ripert’s signature dishes include kindai maguro (sustainably raised Japanese Bluefin Tuna, Kobe beef and Escolar).

    Lunch: Monday – Friday: 12:00 pm – 02:30 pm

    Dinner: Monday – Thursday: 05:15 pm – 10:30 pm

    Friday – Saturday: 05:15 pm – 11:00 pm

    The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

    Dresscode: Jackets are required for gentlemen in the main dining room during both lunch and dinner. Ties are optional. In the lounge, jackets are recommended but not required.

    Address: 155 West 51st Street, Manhattan


    Chefs-table-at-Brooklyn-Fare-1024x682Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare

    The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare is located in Downtown Brooklyn. It was the first restaurant in Brooklyn to receive three Michelin stars. César Ramírez opened the restaurant, which seats 18 guests around a counter, in 2009.

    The food is inspired by Japanese dishes which is all about the “ingredients, freshness and simpliciy”. They serve a pre-fixe dinner consisting of over 20 small plate courses which include canapes, cheeses, soups and desserts. The restaurant uses around 900 serving pieces each night. Ramírez introduces each course by listing the ingredients. It is very hard to get reservations at the restaurant and the waiting period can be up to 6 weeks. Reservations can only be made for parties of 2 or 4. Dinner is served Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm and 7:45 pm and Thursday to Saturday at 6:00, 6:45, 9:30 and 9:55 pm.

    Dress code: Formal Business Attire, jacket required for men. Jeans, sneakers, flip-flops, shorts or short sleeve shirts are not permitted in the dining room.

    Address: 200 Schermerhorn Street (at Hoyt Street), Downtown Brooklyn

    Eleven Madison ParkEleven-Madison-Park-1024x576

    Eleven Madison Park is a Contemporary American restaurant located in Manhattan’s Flatiron District. It is located in a landmark art deco building, known as the Metropolitan Life North Building, with soaring 35-foot ceilings and a view of Madison Square Park.

    Their multi-course tasting menu focuses on the extraordinary agricultural bounty of New York and on the centuries-old culinary traditions that have taken root there.

    Lunch: Thursday–Saturday, noon–01:00pm

    Dinner: Monday–Sunday, 05:30pm–10:00pm

    Dress code: Jacket preferred

    Address: 11 Madison Avenue, Manhattan

    Per-Se-New-YorkPer Se

    Per Se is a New American and French restaurant located on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center. The restaurant is owned by chef Thomas Keller and has been called the best restaurant in New York City by the New York Times. The head chef is Eli Kaimeh.

    The menu cosists of a choice between a nine-course vegetable tasting menu or a nine-course chef’s tasting menu. Their philosophy is for you experience the “sense of surprise” when you taste something so new, so exciting, so comforting, so delicious, you’ll think – “Wow” – and the it’s gone.

    They therefore serve a series of small courses meant to excite your mind, satisfy your appetite and pique you curiosity.

    Lunch: Friday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 01:30 pm

    Dinner: Monday to Sunday: 05:30 pm to 10:00 pm

    Dress code: FormalJacket preferred

    Address: 10 Columbus Circle, 4th Floor, Time Warner Center, corner Broadway and 59th Street, Manhattan

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    Jean Georges

    Jean Georges located on the lobby level of the Trump International Hotel and Tower has been named after its owner Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The current executive chef is Mark LaPico.

    The restaurant presents exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences. The local farmer’s market is the driving force behind the seasonal, ever-changing menu. Chef Jean-Georges is a master at maintaining the essence of ingredients while using them inventively to produce the best flavor. Jean-Georges’ chic and intimate dining room was redesigned by Thomas Juul-Hansen, with striking lighting by L’Observatoire. Impeccable service, tableside preparations, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Central Park and Columbus Circle all contribute to an unforgettable dining experience.

    Jean-Georges offers a three-course prix-fixe menu and two six-course tasting menus: a traditional tasting of the chef’s signature dishes and a seasonal tasting featuring fresh market ingredients. The prix-fixe and tasting menus are available Monday through Sunday for dinner. The restaurant also offers a two-course lunch menu.

    Hours: Daily – 11:45 am to 11:00 pm

    Dress code: Gentleman are required to wear a jacket. No jeans, sweatshirts or sneakers allowed. A tie is not required.

    Address: Trump Hotel Central Park,1 Central Park West, Manhattan



    Masa is a Japanese and Sushi restaurant located on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center. The restaurant was opened by Chef Masa Takayama in 2004 and is considered one of the most expensive restaurants in the world, as well as the most expensive restaurant in New York City.

    The restaurant’s sushi bar is a $60,000 piece of rare hinoki wood from Japan. Reservations for the 26 available seats are taken three weeks in advance. Chef Masa takes the guests on a tour with a multi-course prix-fixe menu according to seasonal availability. Diners enjoy five carefully composed appetizers, followed by a sushi entree featuring fifteen to twenty types of exotic seafood directly flown in from Japan, and a dessert course to complete the meal. Each ingredient is given its own spotlight to reveal its original essence.

    Lunch: Tuesdays to Fridays: 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

    Dinner: Monday to Saturday: 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

    Address: 10 Columbus Circle, 4th Floor, Time Warner Center, corner Broadway and 59th Street, Manhattan.

    Subject to availability, we can reserve a private table for you at these or any other elite restaurants in New York.


    Enjoy designer cocktails especially prepared for you at exclusive cocktail lounges in the Meatpacking District include Zerzura on the rooftop of the Gansevoort Hotel, a sky-high oasis with spectacular views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline and The Top of the Standard in the Standard High Line Hotel, an opulent penthouse lounge with dramatic city views. PH-D Rooftop Lounge at Dream Downtown is the ultimate penthouse with panoramic Manhattan skyline views including the Hudson River and Empire State Building. You could also visit a lounge at Times Square such as The View Rooftop Lounge which is the only revolving lounge in New York serving or the R Lounge at Two Times Square offering breathtaking views over Times Square and a stylish oasis for you to relax in. For an authentic New York club experience we can arrange access to elite clubs such as 1OAK, Provocateur and Marquee. Subject to availability, we can reserve a private table for you at these lounges and clubs.


    Zerzura at Gansevoort Meatpacking

    Address – 18 Ninth Avenue (at 13th Street)

    Located on the rooftop of Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC, Zerzura is named after the treasure-laden mythical oasis located deep within the Sahara desert. Zerzura offers a lush escape, both day & night, to take in the 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River while enjoying unique cocktails and light Mediterranean fare. In the evening, Zerzura offers table service and sounds provided by a rotating roster of New York City DJs.

    The Top of the Standard in the Standard High Line Hotel

    Address – 848 Washington Street, NY, NY 10014

    With dramatic city views that turn magical at sundown, the glittering room that entered late-night lore is equally alive during their Sunset Service. A short walk away from the Gansevoort sits this swanky establishment. Located underneath the High Line, it’s the perfect spot for a meal or cocktail. In the evening, live jazz music, a small-plate menu and speciality cocktails turn the room into the city’s most sophisticated supper lounge. Brunch is being served on Sundays from noon to 05:00 pm. Cocktail attire required.

    Ph-D at Dream Downtown

    Address – 355 W. 16th St. New York, NY

    Located on the 12th floor of the hotel, PH-D Rooftop Lounge offers breathtaking views of the New York City skyline. It is designed to be the ultimate penthouse, featuring timeless luxurious finishes, including Italian Portoro marble and three of a kind amber Venini glass chandeliers. A state of the art sound, light and audio system spans across the venue’s 2 900 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor space. The outdoor terrace features a retractable canopy that covers the terrace on rainy and cold nights.

    The recently opened Dream Downtown’s rooftop club Ph-D has become one of the toughest doors this season. Try to arrive before the velvet ropes go up around 8 p.m. or plan on paying for bottle service and you will be treated to Empire State Building views and a decor reminiscent of 80’s excess–leather banquettes, black lacquer and shiny chrome. Heidi Klum recently hosted a Halloween party here and other celebs spotted include Leonardo DiCaprio, Russell Simmons and Khloe Kardashian.

    Bar 54 – Hyatt Times Square

    Locally-Inspired Cocktails and Light Bites!

    Whether you are gearing up for a night on the town, winding down from a day of sightseeing or just looking for a spectacular place to enjoy the city, their vibrant NYC roof-top lounge is the place to be. Set atop their 54-story tower, the lounge invites you to enjoy its extensive views that stretch across Manhattan from the Hudson River to the East River. Here, you can savor specialty cocktails, fine wines and gourmet small plates while mingling around cozy fireplaces, indoors and out. This hot new nightlife destination is already being acclaimed as an exciting addition to Times Square’s bar scene.

    R Lounge at Two Times Square

    R Lounge at Two Times Square boasts floor to ceiling windows that offer the ultimate panoramic view of Times Square away from the hustle and bustle. It’s a refreshing and stylish spot to enjoy a specialty cocktail, inventive appetizer or one of the “Blue Ribbon Classics” crafted by acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs, Bruce and Eric Bromberg, of Blue Ribbon Restaurants. The view of NYC is truly unmatched at this sophisticated Times Square restaurant. No matter what time of day, the views from R Lounge (voted Best Scenic View by Open Table diners) are spectacular both inside and out.

    The View Rooftop Lounge at Times Square

    Savor superior contemporary American cuisine and breathtaking views of many of the city’s iconic landmarks at The View, New York’s only revolving rooftop restaurant and lounge. The View Lounge lies just above The View Restaurant on the 48th floor and serves an array of cocktails and a dinner buffet until late evening. If it is just cocktails and desserts you crave, The View Lounge also features an exquisite cheese and dessert buffet and a flowing chocolate fountain with all of the fixings. The extensive cocktail list features signature drinks such as the View Fizz and the Top of the View, as well as seasonal ones like the Winter White Cosmo, Dark & Stormy – and more! Open 7 days a week, The View Lounge has a nightly cover charge of $8 per person beginning at 8:00 p.m.



    Address – 116 10th Ave., NY, NY 10011

    Avenue is a favored club of Manhattan’s elite. The club’s compact size and the sophisticated allure of its crowd keeps the club packed Monday through Saturday. The venue’s Monday night party is currently the best in the city with regular celebrity pop-ins and a very attractive crowd. The small size of the club means that the door is very selective. But, if you are allowed in, you can be sure that you are partying among New York’s elite. For house music fans, the club throws a house music party on Tuesdays which is well attended and occasionally hosts big name DJs.

    Crowd description: Avenue draws a crowd of Manhattan’s elite from a mixture of upscale, downtown and urban crowd types.

    Music: Popular club music (hip hop, mainstream progressive house music). On Tuesdays, Avenue hosts its very popular house music party.

    1OAK (One of a Kind)

    One of a Kind consistently has the best late night party in the city. At around 2 am the energy picks up considerably as the New York’s in the know partiers being to arrive from other destinations throughout the city.

    As the clock strikes 3 the place is in full swing with plenty of beautiful models, international bon vivants, gainfully employed corporate types and creative people. The door is extremely tight as the place is packed every night of the week (except Monday’s – when it is closed). The late night party has been running here for years and shows no sign of stopping. If you’re looking for something to do between the hours of 2 and 4 am, we cannot recommend another place more highly than 1Oak.

    Crowd Description: 1Oak attracts a mixture of the four crowd types (Upscale, urban, downtown, corporate). The venue is a favorite of the modeling industry – and generally attracts an elite crowd.

    Music: Club top 40, mixture of hip hop – mainstream progressive house.


    Marquee has emerged as one of NYC’s premiere nightclubs to see big name EDM DJs. The club hosts international DJs three nights a week. The club’s sound and lighting systems are unmatched in the city and while other large club’s that host EDM DJs can often feel like bridge and tunnel free-for-alls, Marquee manages to maintain a well behaved crowd. On nights other than Wednesdays, Marquee makes a limited number of tickets available online – if you plan to check out one of their parties and you don’t want to buy table service – tickets are definitely the way to go.

    Crowd description: The crowd is a mixture of the 4 crowd types with some models and pretty faces who mostly hang out at VIP tables.

    Music: Popular club music with a focus on big name EDM DJs on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays


    Provocateur consistently attracts the most sophisticated crowd in the New York club scene. Guests ranges from European looking business men to successful models who are experienced enough in nightlife to know that this is the place to spend their night out. Provocateur features two distinct rooms, a lounge called Provocateur Cafe which plays softer alterno-pop music and is great for having a conversation, and Provocateur nightclub which plays house music and frequently features big name DJs. The door is tighter than tight, make arrangements in advance and be prepared to pay top dollar or do not bother.

    Crowd Description: The crowd is a mixture of successful fashion models, international playboy types, sophisticated upscale socialites and the well heeled from around the globe. If you make it inside, make no mistake, you are partying with Manhattan’s elite.

    Music: They play deep house, minimal house and tech house in the club and softer pop music in the café.


    Lavo delivers a high energy nightlife experience that is part NYC exclusive nightclub – part all out Las Vegas style rager.

    The club’s lighting and effects are among the most sophisticated and elaborate in the city – yet they are fine tuned so as to not be overwhelming. The club is focused around high energy house music and frequently hosts some of the biggest DJs in the world When big name DJs are in town table minimums go through the roof. Lavo charges a cover which can vary in amount from night to night depending on who is Djing. One thing that we recommend which absolutely cannot be missed, is the excellent Lavo Brunch party held at the venue’s upstairs restaurant on Saturdays. In our opinion Lavo brunch is one of the best parties in New York.

    Crowd Description: Lavo is much larger than many of New York’s other exclusive clubs, in fact, it feels like the offspring of a Vegas club and a Manhattan club. The crowd is correspondingly similar, a mixture of Vegas and NY crowds. The crowd definitely leans toward upscale / young corporate – with plenty of models / pretty faces sprinkled in.

    Music: Lavo plays mostly mainstream progressive house music, with a mixture of other club top 40. The club also frequently hosts big name DJs (on Thursdays), with a famous DJ spinning nearly every Thursday.


    New York City has humid hot summers and wet cold winters. The weather can change dramatically in a matter of hours, and tourists and visitors should take this into account when packing for their trip.

    Fall – September to November

    These are some of the most pleasant months in New York City. The air is crisp and clear, and the sun shines often. Pack light slacks and long sleeve tops. You will also want to pack a warm sweater or coat for the evenings which can dip below freezing.

    Average temperatures
    High: 12° to 24°C (54°F to 76°F)
    Low: 5° to 16°C (41°F to 60°F)

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    Winter – December to February

    During winter it can get very cold and windy. Snow and sleet can also make walking slippery and your clothes may get wet. Pack heavy, warm and waterproof clothing and shoes.

    Average temperatures
    High: 3° to 6°C (38°F to 42°F)
    Low: -1° to -4°C (26°F to 30°F)

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    Spring – March to May

    These months are often quite pleasant. Pack light slacks and long sleeve tops. You will also want to pack a warm sweater or coat for the evenings.

    Average temperatures
    High: 9° to 21°C (49°F to 70°F)
    Low: 6° to 17°C (34°F to 53°F)

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    Summer – June to August

    The summer months can bring stifling heat and humidity to the city. Even at night, temperatures may remain in the 90’s. Pack shorts and short sleeve shirts, preferably cotton.

    Average temperatures
    High: 26° to 29°C (79°F to 83°F)
    Low: 17° to 20°C (63°F to 68°F)