Romantic Getaways at the Baccarat Hotel

While many hotels remain closed in New York City, the dreamy Baccarat Hotel is welcoming guests to enjoy a stay while safely following the city’s ongoing restrictions. Aside from being one of the top ranked luxury hotels in Manhattan, Baccarat is among the first in the world and the only hotel in New York City to have earned the Sharecare Health Security with Forbes Travel Guide Seal of Approval.

The bar at Baccarat. (Images courtesy of Baccarat Hotel New York)

The hotel’s opulent décor—featuring an elaborate glass façade at the entrance and interiors decked in crystal from their namesake French brand—makes this dreamy hotel ideal for a romantic getaway. And now it is offering travelers unique winter experiences, tailored for couples to safely enjoy. With indoor dining currently on hold, Baccarat has elevated its in-room dining service, with menus overseen by Baccarat’s Culinary Director and Two-Michelin-starred Chef Gabriel Kreuther. In addition to the standard breakfast and dinner menus, the hotel has added brunch as well as a special Champagne and Caviar moment, perfect for a special milestone. Visitors can also still enjoy the renowned Spa de la Mer and the hotel’s fitness center. The serene indoor pool remains open, where guests can make reservations in two-hour increments to minimize capacity and kick back in a complimentary private cabana.

In-room Champagne and caviar.
The indoor pool cabanas.

Most recently, Baccarat has introduced its More Amour package for couples celebrating Valentine’s Day, which includes a candlelit in-room dining experience, daily breakfast in bed, handcrafted chocolates and Champagne for two, late check out, and even a Baccarat Crystal Keepsake in the signature red box. 

In-room dining options from the Valentine’s Day menu.
A Baccarat Suite.