Celebrate Mother's Day weekend 2014 by treating mom to some of New York City's most alluring activities and attractions. The area provides a wealth of options to help you enjoy this special occasion; however, the following four should top your list:
Mother’s Day Brunch in NYC
New York City provides a wide array of fine dining options, but few compare to The Fourth at Hyatt Union Square. Our signature East Village restaurant is the ideal venue for a quiet, upscale meal with mom. It features three distinct dining areas, including an inviting café with a European style wine and espresso bar. It also offers traditional brasserie fare crafted with a modern American interpretation, along with a stylish and intriguing wine and beverage program designed by Master Sommelier Roger Dagorn.
Head to High Line
Elevated above the streets of Manhattan's West Side, the High Line is a gorgeous public park that stretches 1.45 miles through the Meatpacking District to West 34th. Stroll alongside mom through walking paths as you enjoy beautiful gardens, shade trees, indigenous flowers and inspired public art. The park also features regular film screenings, art shows, concerts and guided tours.
Spend a Day in Greenwich Village
With its grassroots artistic community, Greenwich Village provides a unique New York City vibe within a winding labyrinth of streets chock full of exclusive shopping, colorful art galleries, bars, restaurants, live music, theater, comedy and celebrity residents.
Shopping in SoHo
One of the city's most posh shopping areas, SoHo plays host to the country's finest high-end boutiques, trend-setting restaurants, vintage antique shops and designer stores. Enjoy shopping at Marc Jacobs and Bloomingdale's, or grab a bite at Cipriani. There are also plenty of incredible galleries to explore, as you and mom celebrate her special day in one of the country's most famous settings.
After visiting all the close city attractions, come back and relax in your own private landscaped Urbane Terrace and enjoy a glass of wine, overlooking either Fourth Avenue or 13th Street.