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Dr. Pearlman offers a number of personalized services to make your experience with us as comfortable as possible, from the moment you call our office all the way through your recovery period. First rate personalized care is available to both local patients and those traveling from out-of-town. We can schedule limousine or car service to take you to and from our facility where we have a AAAHC accredited on-site surgical suite. We can also help arrange quality recovery accommodations at local NYC hotels, we even have an association with one that specializes in post-surgical care. Dr. Pearlman’s attentive staff can also arrange for experienced private plastic surgery nurses to visit you at your hotel room or home, and for a nurse to accompany you right from the recovery room after your procedure. Whatever you need, every detail is taken care of so you can focus on yourself and your recovery.
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145 East 50
New York, NY 10022
* A special 15% discounted rate has been arranged exclusively for our patients. Please be sure to mention “Plastic Surgery”.
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Please note some wonderful features The Kimberly Hotel has to offer:
215 E. 64th St. New York, NY 10065
Looking to spread out and relax? Look no further than Affinia Gardens. Set in New York’s Upper East Side, featuring spacious rooms and suites, soothing services and comforting amenities, Affinia Gardens is the perfect place for a tranquil retreat.
Unique features include:
The Serenity Lounge and complimentary tea bar
Tuesday Tranquility Hour in the Lounge (5:30-7pm)
Tranquility Tips, Amenities, Kits and more services and amenities
353 guest rooms, including 74 suites and 12 specialty suites
Feinstein’s at the Regency – The Nightclub of New York
24-hour limousine service/airport transportation available
Fitness Center with sauna, personal trainers, massage therapists and Pilates instructors
Multilingual staff and 24-hour concierge
Parking Garage Sedan – $60.00
Parking Garage SUV – $70.00
24-hour fee, No in/out privileges. Rates subject to change without prior notice.
Laundry and dry cleaning service
Nico Hair Salon
Wi-Fi available in public space
Function space accommodating up to 200 persons
24-hour in-room dining
The Bentley Hotel is a Manhattan “Oasis” conveniently located in the chic upper East side. The Bentley has oversized windows offering spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline as well as 196 exquisitely designed guest rooms and suites. It also features a rooftop restaurant and lounge, providing additional views of the Skyline.
A fixture of the Upper East Side, The Carlyle is brilliantly positioned at 76th Street amidst the world’s foremost designer boutiques and celebrated galleries. Among its many distinguished neighbors are such preeminent art institutions as the Whitney Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. The Carlyle is also just steps away from that quintessential New York oasis, Central Park.
The Pierre, the iconic flagship of Taj Hotels on New York’s Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park, re-opened on June 1, 2009 following a meticulous $100 million renovation to create new guestroom and bath interiors and reconfigure first floor public areas to include London’s classic brasserie, Le Caprice and Two E Bar/Lounge, the residential-style lounge by day and stylish bar by night.
The first phase of the Pierre renovation was completed in January 2007, and included the Grand Ballroom, the Cotillion Room & Foyer. All banquet and meeting rooms are open, fully staffed and operative throughout the second phase of the renovation.
Even in a city where exclusive luxuries are the norm, there is one hotel that is far more rare and special than the rest. Possessing a fabled Central Park location in Midtown Manhattan and legendary history, The Pierre continues to set the standard for elegance and unrivalled hospitality.
The Pierre features the newest and most inviting guestrooms in the city. Staff outnumbers guests by a ratio of three to one, allowing us to focus on anticipating a guest’s every need. London’s classic, Le Caprice, captivates New Yorkers at The Pierre with its signature European dishes created for the American palette.
Recover in luxury at New York’s most intimate hotel and spa. Located just steps away from the world’s most renowned hospitals and doctor’s offices, The Surrey is the ultimate address for post-treatment recovery.
Take advantage of our Recovery at The Surrey program and allow us to fully tailor your stay. Whether you require special dining options, soothing or healing spa treatments, additional pillows, cold compresses, or any other items, we are delighted to meet your every request.
Landmarks: the Statue of Liberty, the United Nations, St.Patrick’s Cathedral, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Bronx Zoo, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown, and Ellis Island.
One of New Yorkers’ greatest pleasures is to get away from it all with a stroll through Central Park. Stretching over 51 blocks, there is so much to see and visit in the park. Maps and information boards can be found throughout the park guiding you through the various trails and to the famous landmarks. For more information, please visitwww.centralpark.com Central Park Zoo 64th Street and 5th Avenue, (212) 439-6500
Discover giant polar bears, red pandas and monkeys in the heart of the Big Apple. The Central Park Zoo is home to over 130 species from all over the world. Take a walk through the different climates to witness the animals in their natural habitats – from the penguins in the Polar Zone, to the lizards and snakes of the Tropical Zone, and the Californian sea lions in the Temperate Territory.
830 5th Ave (212) 439-6900
Strap on your skates and set off for a beautiful day of skating in the heart of Central Park. At night, the rink turns into a disco as skaters move to the beat of the music. A perfect date whether on a family outing or a romantic night on the town.
Sony Wonder Technology Lab
56th Street and Madison Avenue, (212) 833-8100
Discover a world of dreams at this venue, a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Explore the hands-on exhibits where you can create with communication technology and entertainment. A great attraction for children of all ages.
47th – 51st Street between 5th and 6th Avenues, (212) 632-3975
There is so much to see and do at Rockefeller Center. Find everything you need and more in 100-plus trendy boutiques, including Anthropologie, Christie’s and Sharper Image. Then grab a coffee to go at Dean & Deluca and head for the 70th floor straight to the observation desk where you’ll discover a spectacular 360-degree view of New York City in all its glory. Still have energy? Take a tour of the NBC studios or Radio City, or check the schedule and attend a taping of the Today Show. For more information, visit www.rockefellercenter.com.
Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street, (212) 708-9400
With over 22,000 film, video and media works and 100,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs and design objects, MoMA is home to the largest collection of art created between 1880 and today. Visit the many exhibitions, then stop by the MoMA store to find unique gift ideas ranging from the classic to the cutting-edge.
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street, (212) 288-0700
Discover the most famous paintings by some of the most renowned European artists, the finest collection of small bronzes, eighteenth-century furniture and porcelains, and many other works. Visit www.frick.org for more information.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street, (212) 535-7710
Take a trip from ancient to modern times through more than two million pieces of art and artifacts from around the world. Explore the civilization of Asia with over 60,000 pieces ranging from the second millennium B.C. to early twentieth century. Demystify the language of the pharaohs at the Egyptian exhibit. Over 22 permanent exhibits and a number of special exhibits to explore. Visit www.metmuseum.org for more information.
The Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue, (212) 423-3500
Admire the works of Chagall, Kandinsky, Picasso and Van Gogh in one of the most significant structures of modern architecture. The Guggenheim houses the finest collection of twentieth-century art. Walk along the grand ramp that wraps itself from the ground floor all the way up to the museum dome. For more information, visitwww.guggenheim.org.
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