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Not only is New York the financial center of the United States, but it is arguably the cultural capital of the world. For those with a taste for finer things, New York City holds an undeniable allure. It's a breathing, vibrant city with its own heartbeat – a perfect marriage of old and new. Vacationers who want the thrill of visiting one of the world's most dynamic cities will feel at home staying in one of the luxury vacation rentals in New York City offered by LVH.
LVH offers five-star full-service concierge for all its luxury rentals. From the moment guests arrive, they are provided with the ultimate in comfort and class. LVH can arrange for services of world-renowned chefs, private jets, exotic cars, luxury yachts, and everything in-between to make guests' stay extraordinary.
Luxury rentals in New York City can be found in some of the most prestigious and fascinating areas. There are unique and exciting attributes to each of these 11 great neighborhoods in New York:
Art lovers who have a passion for contemporary art will feel at home when visiting Chelsea. You could spend days hitting all the cutting-edge galleries in this west side neighborhood. Staying at Penthouse Wesley allows you to easily access the many unique shops reflecting Chelsea's ethnic and diverse population.
The Upper East Side has some of the city's most swanky townhouses with attractions like the mayor's mansion, Museum Mile, and a plethora of high-end luxury shops. You will see old churches and posh parents pushing strollers taking in the East River Esplanade. Enjoy views from your rooftop when you stay at an LVH property such as Townhouse Freya.
Here, you will find the birth of capitalism in America. This high-energy district just out from lower Manhattan is the jump-off point for Wall Street and the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island.
The Flatiron District got its name from its iconic, landmark iron-shaped building. Epicures will want to visit the area offering its many fine, Michelin-starred restaurants beckoning food connoisseurs with their exceptional fare.
Greenwich Village has the moniker of being the most romantic neighborhood in New York. A distinct sense of the bohemian spirit lives in the area's jazz clubs, theaters, and independent cinemas. Its tree-shaded streets and intimate vibe charms locals and visitors alike.
Most people equate New York with cloud-hugging skyscrapers and musicals on Broadway. Midtown consists of Times Square, and the many exquisite shops and unique architecture, such as the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center.
When you need a dose of retail therapy head to SoHo. It's brimming with luxurious boutiques, perfumeries, tea shops, and other eclectic establishments. Many fashion influencers can be found here snapping photos of the delightful cast-iron buildings.
Stay at the gorgeous and supremely rare sun-filled Townhouse Neri, and live at the absolute heart of culture, shopping, and the many beloved New York eateries.
Tribeca is one of the chicest areas of New York. Cobblestone streets are lined with many trendy restaurants and posh boutiques. Some of America’s most wealthy own ultra-private lofts in this area of the city. Holding historical significance as one of the first single-family homes in the area, Townhouse Ellen is a seven-floor modern mansion in the heart of Tribeca featuring luxury amenities and 360-degree views of the stunning city skyline. Every spring, the area becomes even more alive with the Tribeca Film Festival.
When you want to see urban life vibrantly on display head to Union Square Park – a hip hub of shopping and entertainment. The excitement of the square is balanced by the serenity of gated Gramercy Park just a few blocks away.
Here's where many of the city's intellectual and theatrical elites live. The Upper West Side is also home to Columbia University, Lincoln Center, the American Museum of Natural History, and a substantial dining and nightlife scene. Its closeness to Central Park makes it one of the most sought-after and lavish places to stay.
When staying at an LVH luxury apartment in New York, guests may want to step away from their private residence for a night on the town, complete with lavish dining. The city is teeming with beautiful restaurants, here are eight of the best fine-dining experiences in New York:
Atomix is tucked into a foyer of a walk-up apartment building. There are no menus in this speakeasy culinary adventure. Instead, you will enjoy a 10-course gastronomic experience of modern Korean fare.
Catch puts a contemporary spin on classic seafood fare to appeal to the modern diner. Dishes here are sophisticated, yet approachable like Truffle Sashimi, A5 Wagyu on a rock, mushroom spaghetti, and Cantonese lobster.
There is a plethora of hearty and authentic Italian food available at this restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village. Wine pairings are first class, and the ambiance is just plain gorgeous. A must-try is Carbone's signature spicy rigatoni a la vodka.
Daniel has been given a facelift bringing it into the 21st century, and the food has never been fresher. Generous entrees such as North Carolina swordfish with an eggplant-tahini marmalade, hand-rolled couscous ramp, and garlic mustard cress butter, fill the menu.
Here, the service is always impeccable and well-mannered, and the dining room is among the city's most grand, Eleven Madison Park is most well-known for its heady tasting menus. The seasonal menu is packed with hyper-minimalist treats, including two foie gras dishes and a smoked sturgeon cheesecake with caviar.
Diners who appreciate haute French seafood dishes head to Le Bernardin. Beautiful formal dining with pristine linen tablecloths and decorous service is written all over Le Bernardin. Expect to find entrees like baked striped bass, artichoke medley, and black truffle barigoule.
Chef David Chang has been called a food pioneer. It's no wonder when Momofuku Ko features dishes like a raw fluke in a coating of tangy, mellow buttermilk, poppy seeds, and house-made chili sauce or frozen foie-gras torchon, shaved over lychee puree and pine nut brittle.
Nobu Downtown is the flagship restaurant of Chef Nobu Matsihisa, who draws on his classical training at Tokyo sushi bars. The dishes espouse a new style of Japanese food. There are sushi and sashimi bars to delight seafood lovers and unique dishes such as skirt steak with Yuzu truffle honey.
Since its inception in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has been home to a treasure trove of rare and beautiful pieces of art. Visitors can view these rarities, representing more than 5,000 years of worldwide art, in the museum's galleries and exhibition halls.
Many talented singers, conductors, composers, and musicians call the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center, their home base. Founded in 1883, the Metropolitan Opera has always engaged the world's most influential artists. That fine tradition continues today.
Established in 1929, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is the place to see the works of modern artists like Andy Warhol, Vincent van Gogh, and Jackson Pollock. Visitors can take their time strolling among the more than 200,000 pieces of art in the MoMA's permanent collection.
The Guggenheim Museum is the epitome of innovation, from the building's stunning architecture to the modern and contemporary art it houses. Acquisitions include works by Edouard Manet and Paul Gauguin.
This club is on point with its service, ambiance, and music selection. There is plenty of room for partiers with two dance floors to bust a move until the sun's almost up. This venue is exclusive, spacious, and sexy, hosting top DJs who spin hits all night.
The Fleur Room is where New York's elite go to party and partake in the city's nightlife. The space is nothing short of incredible, with a breathtaking 360 skyline view of the city. The Fleur Room also has some of the best beats spun in the city, with specialty cocktails crafted by renowned mixologists.
Partiers who like the feeling of a classic tavern with an upscale vibe head to NoMad Bar. NoMad has a selection of reserve cocktails crafted with rarer spirits as well as sought-after wines. The beverages here are on a grand scale.
This velvet-laced underground lounge located in the hip Moxy Hotel is dimly lit and offers a sultry and seductive ambiance. Rest on comfortable banquettes or velvet sofas while sipping on cocktails brought by scantily-clad servers.
Rose Bar is brimming with exotic liquors such as cachaça, pisco, and aged scotches. Mixologists know how to concoct unique drinks like a signature martini made from pear puree, agave nectar, Vermouth, Hendrick's, and Glenfiddich – served in a chilled glass, of course.
The name of this hotspot comes from the catchphrase, "1 of a kind." 1 OAK is known for its world-renowned DJs and the occasional surprise performer. Expect to find A-listers hanging out here enjoying the captivating interior and stellar service.
The Met Gala is fashion's biggest night out, according to Vogue. The gala marks the opening of the Costume Institute's annual fashion exhibit, with all proceeds going to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each year's event celebrates the theme of that year's Costume Institute exhibition setting the tone for guests. Spend the week taking in the gala while staying at one of the most captivating luxury vacation rentals in New York offered by LVH.
Sit front and center to see what's new and fresh in the world of fashion during New York Fashion Week. VIPs can opt to see the magic and energy of the runway firsthand with dedicated check-ins, hors d'oeuvres above the runway in the Skybox Lounge, professional makeup and hair, and reserved seating at exclusive collection showings.
Visitors to the auto show are privy to more than four floors of displays from automakers around the world. About 1,000 cars and trucks are displayed at North America's most well-attended auto show. You will see cutting-edge designs paired with remarkable innovation.
Founded in 2001, the TFF supports emerging and established artists and has also discovered award-winning filmmakers. The TFF curates innovative and interactive experiences and introduces new technology and ideas through panels, premieres, exhibitions, and live performances.
The US Open is one of the world's premier tennis competitions, and you can watch the court action with exclusive access. There are several packages available, such as the luxury suite in the Arthur Ashe Stadium, where guests will have prime courtside viewing from an air-conditioned private lounge and outdoor balcony seating, a private ensuite restroom, a customizable chef-curated menu along with your personal suite attendant.
Visitors simply cannot leave New York City without taking in a Broadway show. With 41 professional theaters located along Broadway in Manhattan, it represents the best in commercial theater. The live theater experience allows show-goers to immerse themselves in the moment. Costumes, music, dialogue, choreography, lighting, and staging grab everyone's attention for a delightful, unforgettable experience.
If heights aren't a problem, consider making the more than 1,100-foot sojourn to get a great, 360-degree perspective of the city at The Edge. Sip champagne on the highest outdoor skydeck in the Western Hemisphere. If you are brave enough, you can stand on the glass floor to see the street 100 stories below.
The Vessel at Hudson Yards is a spectacular vertical climb of 154 flights of stairs. The Vessel is an interactive piece of art where every vantage point gives you new views of the city from different heights and angles. Be prepared to climb the 2,500 steps to get to the 80 individual landings. It's worth the hike.