Closing out the Grand Slam circuit, we travel to the US Open tournament in the United States. As far as tennis championships by private jet go, this one is hard to beat. The event is usually scheduled in late August and early September. The matches occur at Flushing Meadow Park in Queens, more precisely, at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Its courts are of the “hard floor” type, with balls that bounce high and hit at high speed.
Flying in on a private jet ensures the best access to the US Open matches. On arrival, you’re met by staff at LaGuardia Airport, a mere 10-minute drive from the sports centre. This means you can arrive on the same day as the match you wish to attend and not miss a minute of the big event.
And while we are at the park, why not enjoy its other attractions? If you’re also into baseball, the park is also home to the New York Mets. There is a zoo and a museum you can’t miss. You can capture great pictures next to the monumental Unisphere, a wonder in true American style. There are lakes in the park that ensure a relaxed afternoon with the family, for which we suggest a picturesque picnic.
As you might expect, New York has much more to offer. After all, we are talking about the concrete jungle, the city that never sleeps, and what is still the world’s capital for many. We can’t help to remind you about a shopping spree at Fifth Avenue’s most famous and renowned luxury goods brands. Don’t know where to start? Our team and customers have some timeless favourites.
Where to Shop in New York
- Bvlgari: Jewellery, watches, accessories and fragrances.
- Cartier: Jewelry and watches.
- Dolce & Gabbana: Fashion.
- Gucci: Fashion.
- Louis Vuitton: Leather fashion goods, accessories, textiles, shoes and sunglasses.
- Rolex: Watches.
- Saks: Clothes, bags, accessories, shoes, cafe and bar.
Now that your bags are filled with gifts, it’s time to find a place to rest. You might as well enjoy the best level of service, and the most luxury New York has to offer. After all, here you can find some of the most outstanding hotels in the world. They have a unique flair to them: the ability to make you forget about all the hustle and bustle of the streets and regain your strength for another day of tennis matches or sightseeing.
We can’t help but mention the great attractions of the city. You certainly know them by heart, even if only from a movie or a magazine cover. Don’t miss the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center or the New York Public Library. Have a wonderful evening at Broadway, and don’t miss the atmosphere at Times Square. For a selected night house, we suggest the Metropolitan Opera House, with the Chrysler Building lighting up the city sky. Overall, it is breathtaking and unforgettable.