Private jet charter to New York
From towering cityscapes to the raw energy emanating from the street performers in Central Park, New York City is a concentrated spectacle that’s as gripping as its world-renowned Broadway stage. Sample opulent cuisine at some of best tables in the country, bask in the culture contained in the city’s expansive galleries and enjoy some of the very best shopping in the world. Experience as much of it as you can: get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to New York.
Broadway plays host to some of the finest acting talent and expertly designed sets on the planet, all to ensure an unparalleled experience for its audience. With 35 Broadway theatres in the theatre district located off Broadway, it may be worth bearing in mind that venues are scattered across 6th and 9th Avenue and West 41st and 53rd Street. The only Broadway theatre located off these streets is the Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Centre on West 65th Street, which is also the perfect location for slaking your thirst for high culture with an extravagant opera performance. For more off-beat performances, the city’s smaller venues are also a hub for experimental theatre, dance, indie music and improvised comedy.
From the Met to the Guggenheim, New York celebrates its grand tapestry of diversity and ideas like no other. Exhibits showcasing everything from Italian futurism to the exploration of capitalism and surveillance in postmodern society supply a thought-provoking and absorbing experience. Visit the smaller galleries located in Chelsea and the Lower East Side for an insight into future talent and rub shoulders with members of the art world by joining their Thursday night opening-night parties.
With so much to experience in its bustling expanse, you may soon be searching for a restaurant that extends this sensory stimulation to your palate. Le Bernardin is the widely acclaimed exercise in luxury located in Midtown, boasting a wine list that is as perfectly put together as its seafood menu. Having achieved a four star extraordinary rating from the New York Times, this restaurant is the best option for first-rate dining. Masterful French cuisine can be sampled at the tables of Bouley or the enduringly impressive Daniel while Gotham Bar and Grill in Greenwich Village combines the reinvention of traditional American dishes with breath-taking décor.
A popular New York saying of, “If you can’t find it on Fifth Avenue, it probably isn’t worth finding” makes it clear from the offset that this is the place to be when it comes to designer shopping, with flagship stores include Tiffany & Co, Louis Vuitton and Gucci and Apple. Boutique purchases can be made in Nolita amongst an energetic throng of artists, indie designers and hipsters – the perfect option for an urban wanderer looking for a more contemporary take on shopping.
With an array of options for every other activity imaginable, it makes sense that the city also has no shortage of places to stay: themed boutique hotels such as The Library build an experiential element into your stay by combining modern amenities with the homely comfort of an American library. Head over to Chelsea Market to lodge in maritime-themed luxury at the Maritime Hotel, with its porthole windows, dark wood furnishings and nautical palette in every room. Or for fewer quirks and a greater level of decadence, Baccarat Hotel displays craft and elegance in perfect harmony while boasting the first Spa de La Mer in the country.