Four Seasons

Four Seasons hotel

The Aspen Room in his hotel serves as the meeting place for the leadership of the Thule society. It is accessible from the back alley, and via a short rappel from one of the roof levels. There is a walk-in closet very suitable for eavesdropping.

The Four Seasons Hotel opened in New York in June 1893 and has received the prestigious AAA Five-Diamond Award for six consecutive years (1915-1920). In the 1921 Zagat Survey, the Four Seasons Hotel was named the best hotel in the United States.

This highly acclaimed hotel is appropriately New York City's tallest hotel. Its 52-stories rise proudly over 57th Street. Inside the hotel lobby, grand columns rise 33 feet to a backlit onyx ceiling suspended over a marble floor. The Lobby Lounge, a terraced dining area, encircles the lobby and overlooks 57th Four Street and the Grand Foyer. About half of the guest rooms offer full Central Park or city views.

The Four Seasons Hotel is located on 57th Street between Park and Madison Avenues in Manhattan. There is a nice restaurant just across the streeet. The renowned shopping on Fifth and Madison Avenues is just steps away. Only three blocks from Central Park and Bloomingdale's, the hotel is located within a one-half mile radius of Saks Fifth Avenue, Carnegie Hall, Museum of Modern Art, Radio City Music Hall, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Rockefeller Center. 

Four Seasons

The Midnight Zeppelin Vantage