THE Four Seasons has opened its doors to the doctors, nurses and medical personnel on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this week that the chain's luxury property in midtown Manhattan would provide a place for tired workers to rest over the course of the next month.
Medical staff will very much be getting the hero's welcome they deserve at the hotel, where rooms start at over $1,000-a-night and can fetch well over $10,000 for the luxury suites.
These new guests will also presumably help some of the employees keep their jobs after the hotel had announced it would be shutting down for the next month last week.
The Four Seasons has long been the hotel of choice for Hollywood stars, the elite of the design world and power brokers visiting the Big Apple.
The modern-deco landmark building was designed by famed architect I.M. Pei and thew property is located on Billionaires’ Row.
Many rooms have views of Central Park and Madison Avenue shopping is just a few steps away – though not these days.
Guests will however get a serene place to lay their heads for a few hours before heading back out onto the front lines.
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