The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York

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The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
The Sherry Netherland Hotel New York
3 August 2021

Since opening in 1927, The Sherry-Netherland in New York City has attracted society’s elite with its five-star service and high-end accommodations.

Today, it remains the luxury hotel of choice for Manhattan business and political leaders as well as world travelers. On the corner of Fifth and 59th at the entrance to Central Park, and steps away from both Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue shopping, it simply can’t be beaten.

Park View Suites

After spending the day touring this exciting city, guests at The Sherry-Netherland are always eager to return to a peaceful Park View Suite. The Sherry’s European flair for service complements these tastefully appointed accommodations.

City View Suites

Welcome to the suite life in New York City, where The Sherry-Netherland presents some of the finest Fifth Avenue hotel suites with the most desirable views, overlooking Fifth Avenue, Central Park and New York City. The Sherry’s legendary European-style service completes guests’ luxury experience.

Interior Suites

After spending the day touring this exciting city, guests at The Sherry-Netherland are always eager to return to a peaceful Interior Suite. The Sherry’s European flair for service complements these tastefully appointed accommodations.

Harry Cipriani New York
This fashionable restaurant is almost an exact duplicate of the original Harry’s Bar in Venice. Harry Cipriani, One of the Most Colorful Central Park Restaurants. Located off the lobby of The Sherry-Netherland, this cherished Central Park fixture is a near duplicate of the famed Harry’s Bar in Venice.

The stylish and informal restaurant serves classic Venetian food and Cipriani’s signature Bellini cocktail. As much a social scene as a restaurant, forever teeming with unmistakable Fifth Avenue energy, there is no better place for a leisurely breakfast, lunch or dinner.

In addition to room service for the hotel, Harry Cipriani also offers 20% off all food and beverage to Sherry guests dining in the restaurant.

“We’re at The Sherry” has been an expression of privilege since the hotel opened in 1927. Savor The Sherry’s unsurpassed Central Park lifestyle with visit to Harry Cipriani, our acclaimed restaurant.

CHOCHENG Flagship Store
CHOCHENG at The Sherry-Netherland is the designer womenswear label’s new flagship store. Designer Cho Cho Cheng studied at Parsons School of Design and learned traditional British tailoring during an apprenticeship in Savile Row, London.

Settling into a Fifth Avenue home

Having studied at the Parsons School of Design in New York, CHOCHENG’s first store opened in 2010 on Madison Avenue. In Spring 2019, the brand opened its flagship store along Fifth Avenue, next to The Sherry. CHOCHENG is known for its immaculate garments sustainably produced in London and Italy.

Attention to Detail

With environmental conservation in mind, each CHOCHENG garment is designed and hand-sewn using 100% natural and cruelty-free materials.

Designer Cho Cho Cheng is more than familiar with traditional British tailoring having apprenticed in London. These techniques can be seen throughout the brand’s modern designs.

Shopping on Fifth Avenue

When staying at our luxury boutique hotel, browse the Fifth Avenue flagship store and find a new look for any occasion or New York City outing. Discover CHOCHENG’s newest collections unveiled during New York Fashion Week and shop for knits, dresses, blouses, handbags and more.

Delvaux Boutique
Delvaux at The Sherry-Netherland is known for its high-quality, luxury leather goods. The Belgian brand was founded in 1829 and is the oldest fine leather goods house in the world.

True Craftsmanship by Delvaux

Founded by Charles Delvaux in 1829, the Belgian brand is the oldest luxury leather goods house in the world. Rich in history, Delvaux filed patents for handbags in 1908 and is often considered the inventor of the modern handbag.

Each luxury good is handmade by skilled leather artisans in Belgium and France. Since the brand’s inception, more than 3,000 handbags have been designed and are catalogued in Delvaux’s Livre d’Or, also known as the Golden Book.

Luxury Leather Goods on Fifth Avenue

As the brand’s first store in the United States, Delvaux selected its iconic location on Fifth Avenue in 2019. Located inside The Sherry, the store’s elegant design reflects its New York City space, featuring rich velvet seating, marble walls and gold accents.

Guests of our Fifth Avenue hotel and patrons can shop for the highest quality leather handbags, travel bags, wallets and more. A range of high-end styles and colors from green crocodile handbags to modern leather briefcases will please every taste.

Emile Salon, a New York Barbershop & Mens Salon
When it comes to Fifth Avenue style, The Sherry-Netherland delivers more than just clothing, accessories and jewelry. Male patrons leave feeling stylishly groomed, all thanks to the Emile Salon, a classic New York barbershop.

Best NYC Attractions
While staying at The Sherry-Netherland, you’ll enjoy effortless access to some of the best NYC attractions. From world-class museums, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to stirring performances, such as the New York Philharmonic, plus a trip to the nearby Rockefeller Center, there are plenty of things to do in New York City.

Surrounded by New York City shopping, steps away from Central Park and in the presence of Manhattan’s finest restaurants, The Sherry-Netherland’s Fifth Avenue location makes this luxury hotel an enviable retreat in an urban oasis.

Get your shopping fix at Bloomingdale’s, visit Grand Army Plaza and dine at a Central Park restaurant, all before retiring for the night.

A Spring Day in Central Park
Central Park is so much more than a green rectangle in the center of a New York City map. It’s more than an oasis of lovely 19th-century landscaping that offers a respite from 21st-century urban life. For native New Yorkers, Central Park is the hub of the universe.

And for New Yorkers and visitors alike, the nation’s first urban park, now a National Historic Landmark, remains America’s most popular.

From the drawing board of Frederick Law Olmsted, celebrated as the father of American landscape architecture, comes this collection of captivating pavilions, memorials, monuments, statues, bridges, arches, gates, floral gardens, lakes, a vintage carousel, a miniature castle, a 3,500-year-old Egyptian obelisk, and the Central Park Zoo. Central Park salutes Manhattan’s rich cultural heritage as home to the Metropolitan Museum of Art

You may wish to entertain suggestions of highlights for things to do in Central Park, since its 843 acres (considerably larger than the entire Principality of Monaco!) is well beyond a day’s undertaking, even for regular visitors.

Exploring Central Park

Could there be a more welcoming time of year for exploring every corner of this leafy oasis in bloom? Guests of The Sherry-Netherland can simply cross Fifth Avenue to enter Central Park at its southeast border near 59th Street and wander to their heart’s content.

Or, download The Central Park App for a celebrity-narrated audio guide featuring storytelling from three dozen famous fans of Central Park.

Hear about the Strawberry Fields memorial to John Lennon from Yoko Ono, all about the tennis courts from John McEnroe, visit the Alice in Wonderland statue with Whoopi Goldberg and learn about the Delacorte Theater from Anne Hathaway.

Alternatively, climb aboard a horse-drawn carriage ride for a taste of old-time New York, hail a pedicab, or rent a blue Citi Bike to pedal across the park under your own steam.

Official walking tours with Central Park Conservancy guides step out twice a day at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for a selection of free and ticketed 90-minute options such as, “Iconic Views,” and “Heart of the Park.”

Central Park Sightseeing

Wander toward the entrance to the Central Park Zoo and Tisch Children’s Zoo, operated by the Wildlife Conservation Society, at 64th Street and Fifth Avenue. Just beyond the zoo, 57 magnificent painted horses are ready to take kids for a spin on a 1908 restored carousel playing calliope tunes.

Mid-park, a promenade of rare American elms line The Mall, where some will pause on a bench in a designated quiet zone dedicated to John Lennon. “Imagine” is a large in-ground mosaic at Strawberry Fields on the West Side near 72nd Street, near the former home of the singer, songwriter and peace activist.

Couples, friends, and families are attracted to Central Park Lake for rowboat rentals or a gondola ride. At Loeb Boathouse, have a bite or enjoy a drink in the picturesque setting enhanced by pretty weeping willows and Japanese cherry trees in bloom.

For generations, the Parisian-inspired ornamental pond known as Conservatory Water has been the favored spot for story-telling, climbing sculptures and launching model boats under sail.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of the world’s finest museums is located on the eastern edge of Central Park at Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street, just 1.2 miles from The Sherry-Netherland.

Best described in a string of superlatives, America’s largest art museum is among the most visited on earth, with 2 million artifacts permanently on display in 17 curatorial departments.

Scope out your targets at The Met, as hours can fly by while contemplating the canvas swirls in Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” or elaborate carvings and hieroglyphs at the Temple of Dendur. To hear your choice of 3,000 stories told by curators, you can download a free audio guide app or rent a headset.

If your visit takes place between May and October, The Roof Garden Café and Martini Bar is open, where a New York Times art critic writes “breathtaking, panoramic views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline” are so compelling that they can distract from the wonderful art and sculpture on display.

The Frick Museum
A former New York City mansion that is one of the preeminent small art museums in the country, the Frick Museum is an art lovers’ hidden gem, located just half a mile from The Sherry-Netherland.

This New York art museum houses the Frick Collection — 1,100-plus works that span the Renaissance to the late 19th century, including paintings from Old Masters, such as Vermeer, Goya, Whistler, Rembrandt and El Greco.

The Henry Clay Frick Museum, itself, is a historical monument to one of America’s greatest art collectors — Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick.

A New York art museum favorite — The Frick Museum

After making millions in coke and steel, Henry Clay Frick became an avid art collector, amassing a treasure trove of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts and 18th century French furniture in his New York City mansion.

Following his wife’s death, his will stipulated that his Fifth Avenue home be turned into a museum to showcase his impressive collection. The museum is one of New York City’s few remaining Gilded Age mansions to still grace the city.

Visitors may recognize one of the famous paintings showcased in the mansion, Hans Holbein’s portrait of Sir Thomas More, in the Living Hall.

The Henry Clay Frick House

Visitors will find other things to admire at the Henry Clay Frick house, such as the pipes of a 1914 Aeolian organ at the top of the main staircase in the East Hall (the main organ itself is in the East Vestibule), along with the grand magnolia trees in the Fifth Avenue garden.

Enjoy the columns and greenery in the Garden Court designed by John Russell Pope, who later designed the West Building at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Barneys New York, an emporium of style
A mecca for discerning fashionistas and clothing connoisseurs since 1923, Barneys New York is a Manhattan institution and an emporium of style. Just a 4-minute walk from The Sherry-Netherland, Barneys’ flagship store is located in a 22-story Madison Avenue building, with 14 floors of offices above the store.

Barneys’ lobby makes a statement all on its own, featuring a marble mosaic, gold-leaf ceiling and lacquered walls for the ultimate in sophisticated ambiance.
Barneys, an A-Z of fashion greats

A fashion benchmark since its 1923 beginnings, Barneys features an impressive list of designers that resembles something like an A-Z of fashion greats. The upscale retailer boasts its own exclusive labels like Burberry XO Barneys New York, and adds trendy home favorites to its lineup.

The Sherry-Netherland guest will appreciate Barneys’ Tech & Travel selection for “style to go,” while Barneys’ Books & Games department provides souvenirs for family at home.

“The decadent reward” — Barneys and lunch at Freds

Sarah Jessica Parker once told Vanity Fair, “If you’re a nice person and you work hard, you get to go shopping at Barneys. It’s the decadent reward.”

Pair that with lunch at Freds, a ninth-floor perch where Freds scoffs at the idea of the department store eatery with Italian-inspired, contemporary-American dishes. (Speaking of celebrities, Barneys offers The Window, Insider Fashion Access on its website, giving shopping enthusiasts a look at the New York fashion scene.)

Singing the Praises of Midtown Manhattan
Of all the many faces and places of New York City’s five boroughs, it’s Midtown Manhattan’s soaring towers, glittering skyline, yellow taxis, bright lights and electric pace that first come to mind.

This is the core of The Big Apple’s must-see magnets; the neighborhood of famous landmarks like Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Broadway theaters, the Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall, Fifth Avenue shopping, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, United Nations, Central Park Zoo, the Empire State Building.

Midtown Manhattan Mapped Out

Geographically, the northern border of Midtown Manhattan touches uptown at 59th Street (Grand Army Plaza, Central Park) — just steps from the front door of The Sherry-Netherland — and the southern border is typically considered to be 34th Street, about 1.3 miles in the direction of downtown.

Midtown spans the whole of Manhattan Island, bounded by the East River and the Hudson River to its west, about 2 miles.

Getting Around Midtown Manhattan

Using The Sherry-Netherland as home base, midtown is a surprisingly easy grid to get around on foot, even for first-timers.

Sequentially numbered streets run east and west, sliced by avenues cutting north and south, making the midtown map a matter of straightforward math. More importantly, it’s the emotional pull, the high energy and the vibrant pulse that make Midtown Manhattan the de facto center of the universe.

When you don’t care to walk, watch the doorman at The Sherry perform cab miracles. Try it yourself; just choose a corner and raise your hand.

Whistling is allowed. Alternatively, take a crosstown bus on 57th Street, or ride uptown on Madison Avenue and downtown on Fifth Avenue. Under your feet, the world’s largest rapid transit system is ready to take you anywhere in a flash, 24 hours a day.

Catching a View of Midtown Manhattan

Change your perspective from land to water, admiring magnificent views of midtown’s landmarks from aboard a Circle Line cruise around the island. Swap land for sky to get a bird’s eye view of midtown from the quarter-mile-high Empire State Building.

See forever by day or watch the setting sun reflected off thousands of skyscraper windows, etching an illuminated NYC skyline to surround your 102nd floor vantage point.

At Rockefeller Center, the Observation Deck at Top of the Rock offers the best skyline view to include the Empire State and Chrysler Building.
Midtown Manhattan Immortalized in Song

Midtown Manhattan has long captured the attention of lyricists and performing artists. We were given a look at a sophisticated “Uptown Girl” in Billy Joel’s video with Christie Brinkley. And everybody understands the essence of “Downtown” as described in Petula Clark’s #1 pop hit of the Sixties.

On Broadway in 1944, the musical “On the Town” starred three visiting sailors touring the city, dancing and singing “New York, New York, it’s a helluva town / The Bronx is up and the Battery’s down.”

The popular 1890’s “East SIde, West Side” vaudeville waltz salutes “The Sidewalks of New York” as performed by a range of talent from barbershop quartets to The Grateful Dead.

Most of all, “New York, New York,” is the quintessential soundtrack to celebrate the city that doesn’t sleep. Frank Sinatra’s signature tune in which his “vagabond shoes are longing to stray, right through the very heart of it, New York, New York” is certainly a fine tribute to the unparalleled delights of Midtown Manhattan.

New York Fashion Week: Surround yourself in style
If you love fashion, the ever-so-elegant Sherry-Netherland is the ideal place to stay during New York Fashion Week.

If you love fashion, the ever-so-elegant Sherry-Netherland is the ideal place to stay during New York Fashion Week.

The Sherry-Netherland’s Fifth Avenue address places the hotel close to New York Fashion Week’s two new venues, Skylight at Moynihan Station, a cab ride away in the Garment District, and Skylight at Fashion Square, in the trendy SoHo neighborhood.

During this event, glimpse designs with an invitation to a fashion show, or enjoy some street fashion as you window shop during your Manhattan shopping exploits.

Fifth Avenue shopping near The Sherry-Netherland

Steps away from Central Park, the hotel is surrounded by New York City shopping. For instance, Barneys New York is just a 4-minute walk from The Sherry-Netherland. The 22-story flagship store has been a New York shopping icon since 1923.

Near Barneys, guests at The Sherry will find more shopping on Madison Avenue, home to one of the world’s premier shopping districts — a mile-and-a-half stretch of shopping, featuring 150 luxury designer clothing boutiques.

For more shopping, set out for Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale’s and the Garment District, all within enviable distance of The Sherry-Netherland. With so much nearby shopping, you’ll want to make sure you bring an extra suitcase.

New York Museums — The Sherry’s Travel Concierge Blog
Manhattan is home to many of the world’s top-notch museums, institutions that are highly acclaimed in all four corners of the globe. We’re sharing some insider tips about the best museums in NYC that will make your next visit all the more enjoyable. Read on…

Browse the collections of seven museums in one destination to save steps and combat museum fatigue. Fifth Avenue between 82nd and 105th Streets is officially dubbed Museum Mile for its string of fine art institutions with a Fifth Avenue address along the edge of Central Park.

From south to north, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Neue Galerie, Guggenheim, Cooper Hewitt, Jewish Museum, Museum of the City of New York, and Museo del Barrio. Docent tours take place at intervals throughout the day.

Masterpieces at the Frick

Fewer than three dozen 17th-century oil paintings firmly attributed to Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer are scattered around Europe and North America. You’ll find eight of them hanging on the walls of The Met and The Frick Collection, twice as many as in any other city.

Within the Frick’s 16 intimate galleries, browse masterpieces by Holbein, Titian, El Greco, Bellini, Piero, Constable, Corot, Rembrandt, Velázquez, Degas, Goya, Turner, Van Dyck, Whistler, and more.

Only 10 blocks north of The Sherry, at Fifth Avenue and 70th Street, the Frick Collection is one of America’s pre-eminent small fine art museums, often overlooked due to its proximity to The Met. (Closed Mondays.)

New York’s newest museums

Also on the Upper East Side, The Met Breuer was newly added to Manhattan’s must-see museum list in spring 2015. At the corner of Madison Avenue and 75th Street, The Met’s home for all things contemporary opened in the modernist building vacated by the Whitney Museum of American Art.

One ticket allows same day admission to The Met, the Cloisters and the Breuer (closed Mondays.) Meanwhile, the New Whitney holds forth in a Renzo Piano-designed building at the foot of The High Line, a bold one-of-a-kind urban railway open space in the downtown Meatpacking District.

Enter Titanosaur

Dinosaurs and planets seem to be a magnet for kids. At West 79th Street and Central Park West, the American Museum of Natural History and Hayden Planetarium has both. However, it could take a lifetime to view all 32 million specimens and artifacts in one of the world’s largest museums.

So, download the museum’s iPhone App called “Dinosaurs,” if your aspiring paleontologist wants the inside scoop on all the fossils. Including Titanosaur, the newest exhibit of a recently discovered, massive 122-foot-long dinosaur.

The art of the meal

Foodies can always head to Brooklyn’s MOFAD, the Museum of Food and Drink, to learn more about the art of the meal. Alternatively, choose an eatery at one of the city’s top museums.

Enjoy Latin American cuisine at El Café in El Museum del Barrio, sausages, and a pretzel to accompany Klimt masterpieces at the Neue Galerie’s Café Sabarsky, a refined dining room at the Morgan Library & Museum, the outdoor cocktail bar with spectacular skyline views on the rooftop of The Met. At MoMA,

The Modern is a one-star Michelin restaurant, in addition to a pair of cafés.

Emporium shopping

Whether your tastes run to wearable art, handsome artifacts, or coffee table art books, you’ll find out of the ordinary items in New York City museum shops. You could pick up a pair of Louis Comfort Tiffany-inspired earrings with a peacock feather motif from The Met Store.

Or, enhance your bookshelf at home with a Brancusi reproduction sculpture of The Muse purchased at the Guggenheim New York.

Some might choose a timeless signature watch from the collection at The MoMA Store, which is positively crammed with cool, cutting-edge modern design, from Andy Warhol posters to watermelon knives.

Bestsellers include an inexpensive box of notecards featuring four vivid bouquets — sunflowers, chrysanthemums, irises, and oleanders — reproduced from The Met’s permanent collection by artists Van Gogh and Monet.

Do talk to our concierge about more insider tips on visiting New York City’s stellar museum lineup, with lots to see in all five boroughs.

Romantic Getaways in New York City from The Sherry’s Concierge
Our concierge at The Sherry-Netherland has created a list of best suggestions for your romantic couples weekend in Manhattan.

We can’t help but agree with Dean Martin, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holliday, Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett and a host of great vocalists, “What do I care if icicles form, I’ve got my love to keep me warm…”

NYC Luxury Hotel Plus Date Ideas Equals a Romantic Vacation

The Sherry-Netherland specials offers feature New York City couples vacation packages—cozy and perfect for a winter stay.

Choose from the New York Experience for special rates on stays of four nights or more, or the Picnic Package to enjoy a luxurious winter picnic in Central Park. Settle into a gorgeous hotel apartment suite and unwind from your travels before hitting the town armed with 10 of the best romantic date ideas.

1. Empire State Building

“Sleepless in Seattle” and “King Kong” fans will find romance at the iconic Empire State Building’s 86th floor observation deck, a popular place for making romantic movies and popping the question.

On Thursday through Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., a saxophonist entertains and takes requests. Late night owls can catch the last elevator up at 1:15 a.m., 365 days a year.

2. Top of the Rock

A sweeping cityscape view from the 70th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza is especially stunning in the hush of new-fallen snow. Dress warmly for the most beautiful view of New York City from above the Channel Garden of trumpeting angels leading to the ice skating rink and the annual lighting of the Christmas tree.

3. The Rainbow Room

If you’d rather dress up then bundle up, go for dinner and dancing on the rotating parquet floor under the chandeliers at The Rainbow Room, a quintessentially elegant New York City spot on the 65th floor of 30 Rock.

A live band plays the classics on Sunday and Monday evenings, and the Sunday brunch spread is an event as memorable as the views through curtains of real crystal drops.

4. Wollman Rink, Central Park

Skyline scenery, skating, and selfies make a nice combination for an outdoor date in Central Park. Open late-October through April, it’s just inside the south entrance of West 59th Street and Sixth Avenue, with skate rentals available. If you’re feeling unsteady, ice skating is always a good excuse for hanging onto one another.

5. Horse and Carriage Rides, Central Park

Climb in and snuggle under a woolly blanket on a horse-drawn luxury carriage ride through the winding trails of Central Park, originally designed with horses in mind.

A spin around the park can take anywhere from 15 to 60 minutes. Do inform the driver if you’ll need an additional 15 minutes to exit the carriage for a marriage proposal; they’re quite accustomed to that special request.

6. Bow Bridge, Central Park

Classically beautiful, the graceful Bow Bridge over Central Park Lake is dreamy in any season. Located mid-park at 74th Street, it attracts lovers (like Streisand and Redford in “The Way We Were”) to stroll the 60-foot span offering magical views, enhanced by the peacefulness of falling snow.

Warm up with hot chocolate and a New York cheesecake in the beautiful park setting of Tavern on the Green.

7. The River Café

Take in a different view from under the bridge at Brooklyn’s famed waterside eatery. Since 1977, The River Café was frequently voted as the most romantic restaurant in NYC.

Start with oysters or caviar, be wowed by chef’s six-course tasting menu. Surprise your date with the signature dessert, a chocolate marquise Brooklyn Bridge, shaped like the historic landmark.

8. Harry Cipriani, Plus a Show

It’s hard to beat a romantic dinner for two plus top tickets to a Tony Award-winning Broadway show. Take the elevator to your window table at Harry Cipriani, adjacent to The Sherry-Netherland’s lobby on Fifth Avenue.

The stylish restaurant serves classic Venetian food and Cipriani’s signature Bellini cocktail. Around the holidays, The New York City Ballet’s Nutcracker and Radio City Music Hall’s Christmas Spectacular are also within a short walk of The Sherry.

9. One If by Land, Two If by Sea

If you’ve snagged theater tickets to “Hamilton,” you’ll know more about Thomas Jefferson’s veep, Aaron Burr. In his actual landmark 18th century carriage house in the West Village, is one of America’s most intimate dining settings, complete with fresh roses and candles, a favorite spot for couples.

Toast one another with a Coupe d’Amour cocktail before indulging in romance-inspiring dishes such as oysters, beef Wellington, and crème brûlée.

10. Chez Josephine

Hit the high notes on a romantic date night by choosing a late-night piano bar in the theater district where the kitchen remains open until 1 a.m. Named for music hall entertainer and actress Josephine Baker, Chez Josephine’s décor is old-style Parisian boudoir-meets-bistro. Perhaps a serenade to love is in order?

“You make me feel so young. You make me feel there are songs to be sung, bells to be rung, and a wonderful fling to be flung.” – Frank Sinatra.

For one of your best weekend getaways ever, reserve your dates for a Sherry vacation package.

Rooms: 50
Price: from 489 EUR per night


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