The diversity of the United States ensures there is a tailor-made holiday to suit everyone; from the buzz of New York to the open roads of California, the fun of Florida to the lights of Las Vegas. Vast landscapes, mountain ranges, famous cities, theme parks, national parks and golden beaches; there is so much to see and do, much of it on a breathtaking scale. Quite simply there is just too much to this inimitable country to cover here, but rest assured we cover it all. So all you need to do is have an American dream, and we will exceed it.
New York City More than just the sum of its famous landmark sites, this is a city that has to be experienced once in your life. And given its dynamism, those who return are equally delighted.
San Fran to LA A scenic coastal journey taking in Monterey, 17 Mile Drive and Carmel, heading past the Big Sur and on to Santa Barbara before entering the City of Angels. A breathtaking road trip.
Las Vegas Famed for its casinos and glittering night life, this entertainment capital of the world has to be seen to be believed. If you want to escape the neon a while, take a trip to the Grand Canyon – Walt Disney World Resort®
Discover the magic within this sprawling collection of fun-filled parks including the Animal Kingdom©, Epcot© and Magic Kingdom©. Guaranteed smiles for all ages.
Home on the Ranch With wide open plains and big skies, to spend time on a ranch should be part of everyone’s American dream. Ride in style and relax in luxurious comfort.by helicopter, of course.
HOW TO GET THERE
Flights to New York will take on average 7 ½ hours, Florida and Las Vegas are 9 ½ hours, whilst California is 11 hours. Amongst others, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic both flying to New York, Orlando, Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles from London. Virgin Atlantic also offers seasonal flights from Belfast to Orlando, and Manchester and Glasgow to Las Vegas and Orlando. Both airlines offering a wider choice of destinations and onward connections thanks to
code shares with American Airlines and Delta Air Lines respectively.
WHEN TO TRAVEL
Such a large country has a variety of climates, which means all you need to do is decide where rather than when to visit.
This famously opulent Manhattan hotel has an extraordinarily Bohemian heritage that has made it a legend. It stands on the site of the townhouse where Edith Wharton was born and generations of artists, writers and musicians have continued to frequent its infamously charming downtown bar. With one-of-akind paintings and sculptures, the Gramercy Park Hotel is more than a prime address but a work of art just steps away from New York’s only private park.
At the very top of the Time Warner Centre, this stylish city retreat enjoys a prime position in the throbbing heart of one of the world’s iconic cities. It’s floor-to-ceiling windows look out over the famous skyline of Manhattan, the Hudson River or Central Park, with Fifth Avenue and Broadway within easy walking distance
The gleaming lobby of this soaring Midtown Manhattan luxury hotel is steeped in traditional grandeur, illuminated by art deco lamps and a backlit onyx ceiling. It’s a fitting entrance to this serene oasis in the pulsing heart of New York City. The 368 generously sized rooms and luxury suites of New York’s tallest five-star hotel feature dazzling views of Central Park or the city's iconic skyline.
Located in Manhattan’s vibrant and historic Meatpacking district, this luxury full service hotel boasts breath-taking 360-degree panoramas of New York City and sunsets over the Hudson River in a fusion of downtown drama and uptown opulence.
A Beaux Arts masterpiece that recently benefited from a multi-million dollar renovation. Yet traditionalists will be pleased to learn the legendary Palm Court and Oak Room are still there for the quintessential New York experience, whilst modernists will appreciate newer inclusions like the elegant Champagne Bar and Rose Club, Fitness Centre by Radu and full-service Caudalie Vinothérapie® Spa.
In a metropolis like New York City, the bright lights are a lure that’s hard to ignore, and the new Viceroy New York has been designed to provide an elegant cosmopolitan oasis of comfort and superlative service on New York City's iconic West 57th Street.
The Mark Hotel on the fabled Upper East Side at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue has been transformed by legendary designer Jacques Grange, blending old-world comfort with avant-garde design, chic French style and cool 21st Century technology. The rooms and suites feature the bold style and continental flair of the grand public areas but in a more subtle fashion, with soothing tones that reflect Parisian glamour from the ‘30s.
The Carlyle is a true emblem of the New York experience, a timeless classic of refined taste located on Madison Avenue in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed by the noted architectural firm Bien & Prince and named in honour of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, the hotel has been a Manhattan landmark for decades.
The Peninsula New York is a Beaux Arts luxury landmark dating to 1905, located in midtown Manhattan. It’s ideally located on Fifth Avenue and 55th Street, in the heart of New York City's most prestigious shopping, cultural, and business neighbourhood.
The Knickerbocker hotel is as original, vibrant and dynamic as New York City itself. Commanding a premier address in the heart of Manhattan, in the glow of Times Square and the calm of Bryant Park, this is an iconic New York City landmark reborn.
Hotel Hugo is a new hotel in a newly stylish district of Manhattan. Bordered by Greenwich Village and SoHo, Hudson Square is at the historic heart of Manhattan’s cool media industry.The design is evolved from chic light-filled loft spaces and its bohemian industrial vibe perfectly echoes the spirit of Lower Manhattan. Sip cocktails in the glittering glass-enclosed rooftop bar and eat authentic Italian food in the arty eatery, Il Principe. The hotel’s Greenwich Street location offers dramatic views of the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty
Baccarat Hotels & Resorts, which launched in March 2015 with the opening of this flagship, is where the glittering legacy of the legendary eighteenth century French crystal maker is transformed into a lifestyle of enchantment. This heritage literally illuminates everything, from the light-filled rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, to the shimmering red Baccarat chandeliers that shine in the soaring salon-style public spaces, against a backdrop of crimson velvets and bold black-and-white checkerboard floors. Specially commissioned artwork is inspired by the iconic crystal and the glass facade of the tower acts like a giant prism
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