Traditionally, staying in a ski chalet was rather regimented and in most cases it still is. Wake up bright and early to a huge breakfast, return around four or five to mountains of cakes and hot chocolate before a four or five-course meal in the evening. But not everyone burns can burn calories on the snow each day so a tub of hot cheese, ham and buttery potatoes isn’t always necessary, but you need to get what you are given.
New York is a city of hectic and exciting extremes: wind tunnel avenues and skyscrapers are cosied up to Sunday afternoon-type bars and cafés.
Featuring over 100 unique shops, Rockefeller Center is a premier shopping destination. From the latest fashions to gifts and souvenirs, this is where New York style comes to life.
As the heart of New York City, the borough of Manhattan boasts Gotham’s most iconic landmarks: the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and Central Park all rank among the top Manhattan attractions. And while there’s no shortage of things to do in Manhattan or meals to enjoy at the best restaurants in New York, it’s worth setting aside time to also visit the island’s scenic gardens, lush parks and grand museums.
New York City is a classic destination for New Year’s Eve, with festive parties, dinners, and the opportunity to attend one of the biggest New Year’s Eve parties to end all parties: the ball drop live in Times Square.
Whether you’re looking for a big party, a fancy, intimate dinner, or a change of scenery, check out a variety of ideas for your New Year’s Eve celebration in New York City.