High-Class Escort New York

New York: Enjoy a lustful date in the city that never sleeps

Minimum availability for a date in New York: 24 hours

About New York

What’s not to love about New York? This bustling city has it all with attractions, landmarks, museums, world-class shopping centers, and award-winning restaurants. The city is so lively that it has this magnetic energy that makes people want more. 

A trip to New York may not be as relaxing as other romantic destinations because of its fast-paced and dynamic environment. But in the “City that Never Sleeps,” the possibilities are endless. So get on an adventure, hail down that iconic yellow cab, and awaken your senses with the city’s spectacular sights and sounds. 

The best time to take high-class escort Lisa Blaine to New York

Spring is a glorious season in New York. Between April to June, the weather is enjoyable, and the tourist crowds are not so overwhelming. However, if you want to see New York in its best festive mode, you can plan a trip between November and December with the holidays starting on Thanksgiving followed by Christmas and New Year. 

Would you like to organize the perfect date in New York? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in New York? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in New York

Conrad New York Downtown

five star hotel rating

The Conrad New York offers a new standard of luxury, featuring 463 spacious guest suites with magnificent views of the Hudson River. The hotel is located in the heart of lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City and proximity to many of the city’s famous landmarks and prominent neighborhoods, including TriBeCa and SoHo. On the 16th level of the hotel is their rooftop bar with stunning views of Liberty and New York Harbor.

Baccarat Hotel & Residences

five star hotel rating

Each room in this luxury hotel is fitted with the Baccarat crystals, thus the name. Its intricate architecture and design featuring contemporary decor are what make this hotel stand out. The 5-star hotel is close to New York City’s most famous landmarks, such as Love Sculpture and Manhattan Skyline. In addition, Newark Liberty International Airport is just 12 miles away.

The Whitby Hotel

five star hotel rating

The Whitby Hotel is a celebration of modern art and design. Situated just a few blocks from the renowned Museum of Modern Art, this hotel is an art of its own. Every room has floor-to-ceiling windows and a bright, airy feel, while some suites have terraces offering views of the Manhattan skyline. The Whitby Hotel is located in upper midtown Manhattan and is a short distance away from Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman.

The Bowery Hotel

five star hotel rating

The Bowery Hotel is located at the Lower East Side and East Village intersection and a few walks away from the New Museum. Accommodation ranges from standard rooms to one-bedroom terrace suites, all of which boast floor-to-ceiling factory windows and sweeping views of the city. The industrial design of this 5-star hotel is paired with residential loft-style amenities like hardwood floors, Oushak rugs, and 400 thread count bedding. 

The Chatwal

five star hotel rating

The Chatwal is a luxury boutique hotel in Midtown, New York, and was once the home of The Lambs Club in 1905. The landmark was reborn as The Chatwal, a Luxury Collection Hotel, in 2010, fusing art deco style with Manhattan’s signature glamor and sophistication. In addition, the hotel houses the Red Door Spa by Elizabeth Arden. Times Square is a 3-minute walk from the hotel, while Central Park is a 17-minute walk away.

The Mark Hotel

five star hotel rating

The Mark is housed in a recently renovated 1927 landmark building at 77th Street and Madison Avenue. Awarded “Best City Hotel in The US” and “Best Hotel in New York” by Travel and Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2020, The Mark combines old-world comfort and avant-garde design. With an unprecedented level of personal service, the hotel aims to create the most exemplary five-star service in the city. Located in one of New York’s most exclusive neighborhoods, The Mark is surrounded by the world’s premier museums, shops, restaurants, and Central Park.

The Most Romantic Restaurants in New York

Finding a date venue will never be a challenge when you’re in New York. With its numerous globally renowned restaurants, you can never go out of romantic options in the city that never sleeps.

Daniel **

Daniel Boulud’s 15-year-old flagship restaurant has always been a top choice for grand occasions and fancy date nights. Though his ever-changing menu always includes a few signature dishes, his black truffle and scallops in puff pastry remain a classic. Daniel’s entrees are usually far more generous for their quality than expected for their caliber and price.

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare ***

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare was the first New York City restaurant outside Manhattan to receive 3 Michelin stars, and there is a reason for reservations that must be made at least three months ahead. Chef César Ramírez’s cuisine is inspired by Japanese dishes giving high regard to the ingredients’ freshness, quality, and simplicity. There are usually  24 courses, including canapés, cheeses, soups, and desserts. And to introduce each dish, Chef’s Ramírez does it by listing the ingredients.

Blue Hill *

The “farm-to-fork” American restaurant by Chef Dan Barber source majority of their ingredients from Stone Barns Center in Westchester County and the eponymous farm in Massachusetts. Diners of Blue Hill can choose between a six-course “Farmer’s Feast” tasting or a four-course “Daily Menu.” In 2009, President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama famously dined here, and in 2013, it was named “Outstanding Restaurant” by the James Beard Foundation.

The Clocktower *

Enjoy a feast of the senses at this Michelin-starred kitchen of Chef Jason Atherton. Located in the New York EDITION, The Clocktower serves Chef Jason’s creations showcasing contemporary British cuisine combined with historic charm. The New York restaurant also offers an impressive one-of-a-kind Champagne cart and a 250-bottle list highlighting Old and New World producers.

Aska **

Aska, which is Swedish for “ashes,” is Chef Fredrik Berselius’s acclaimed tasting room. The two Michelin-starred Brooklyn is located near the Williamsburg Bridge, in the 1860s restored warehouse building. Aska offers a distinctive dining experience through a procession of Scandanavian courses prepared from an open kitchen and served to guests at only ten tables each night. Chef Fredrik’s specialty includes bladderwrack of crisp blades of kelp dotted with blue mussel emulsion, Strawberries and milk sorbet with wild strawberries, and fermented strawberry juice.

Le Bernadin ***

This iconic New York restaurant has been gratifying the city and the world for over 20 years now, and its popularity remains unshaken. Le Bernardin is a French seafood restaurant by Maguy Le Coze and Chef Eric Ripert located in Midtown Manhattan and is one of seven restaurants in New York with three Michelin stars. It has maintained a four-star rating from The New York Times since 1986. Their signature dishes include kindai maguro (farmed Pacific bluefin tuna) and wagyu beef.

Romantic things to do in New York

Take a tour around MET

You must have heard about the fashion event named after the second largest museum in the United States, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The museum houses the rarest and most unique collections and classical antiquities from Ancient Egypt to Greek and Roman Art. 

MET’s world-class facilities, structure, and design are what make it so popular. If you are planning to explore the museum further, you may check out its website to see what exhibits interest you to make the most of it. You can also sign up for individual guided tours to understand the museum’s contents more in-depth.

See a Broadway Musical

One of the first things that come to mind when talking about New York is Broadway. For first-time travelers, seeing a show on this global stage is a must. Broadway is the heart and soul of American theater, and the artists performing on its stage are undisputably top-notch. There’s always something for everybody on Broadway with its wide selection of musical entertainment and available shows.

Run Around or Go Biking at Central Park

Running, jogging, or walking around Central Park might be the best way to discover the Big Apple. The park is surrounded by New York’s most notable landmarks and attractions, including MET and The Guggenheim museums. The 843-acre green space of Central Park is a must-see for anyone who’s visiting New York, and it’s a great place to explore any time of the year.

View the City from the Top of Rockefeller Center

The observation deck of this iconic tower gives nothing but the best views of Manhattan. During the Christmas season, the plaza is lighted up with a towering Christmas Tree surrounded by skaters gliding across an ice rink. Year-round, tour tickets can also include NBC Studio and show access and a building tour. 

Excellent restaurants and high-end stores also surround the Rockefeller Center, so you’ll have plenty of options to do while visiting this landmark.

See the Majestic Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most magical, if not romantic, sights in New York. The vast waterfall spreads across the American and Canadian borders, which fascinates its visitors worldwide. A boat named Maid of the Mist can even take tourists on a trip to get closer to the cascading waters of the falls for a more breath-taking experience.

Share a Kiss at Times Square

If there is anything more famous and iconic than the Statue of Liberty, it has to be Times Square. This spot in New York has been seen in countless movies, TV shows, and advertisements. Times Square is a major commercial and entertainment, and you can never run out of things to see and do here. And if you ever plan to visit here for romance, spending New Year’s Eve with your loved one in Times Square will be quite an experience.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

You cannot copy content of this page