Credit: Conrad New York

You can’t get better, in terms of the summer, than Manhattan when it comes to getting outdoors and really experiencing the best of what this city has to offer.  This includes land, and see, and one particular hotel is going above and beyond to make sure their guests get to experience both in the best way possible.  To celebrate the summer season.

Conrad New York, Lower Manhattan’s premier waterside hotel, is offering guests two new opportunities to explore the greatest city in the world from a different perspective. Available for couples and families, the new offerings allow guests to enjoy a day at sea with their own private nautical adventures.

Take a look at what they have in store, and for more information on this wonderful hotel, check out Conrad New York’s official site.

Credit: Conrad New York
Credit: Conrad New York

The Conrad New York Sailing Package

Conrad New York has teamed up with nearby North Cove Marina to create an exclusive package providing guests with their own private sailing experience, including:

Deluxe, all-suite accommodations

A gourmet breakfast from ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant

A two-hour private sailing experience around Manhattan for two from North Cove, located steps from Conrad New York at Brookfield Place

A picnic lunch from ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant complete with a bottle of Moët & Chandon® Champagne

Rates for The Conrad Sailing Package begin at $734 per night

Sailing Lessons with Steve Colgate

Conrad New York offers guests exclusive, under-the-radar experiences through a collection of bespoke 1, 3, and 5 hour itineraries as part of Conrad Hotels and Resorts’ Stay Inspired initiative. This 3 hour activity provides guests with the opportunity to learn how to sail while soaking in the gorgeous city views, and includes the following:

A two-hour sailing lesson with America’s Cup competitor and Olympian Steve Colgate at his outpost in Battery Park City’s North Cove Marina at Brookfield Place

Lessons are available from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; $75 per person, per hour, with a 2-hour and 2-person minimum, from April 1- October 31.