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Whether perched above the skyline in New York City or looking up to the stars in Bora Bora, there are endless reasons to stay up late and see the world.

After Sunset:
Reasons to Stay Up Late

Early birds may experience magical sunrises others miss, but night owls have their advantages: They see the world come alive under the stars. Here, Four Seasons team members from around the world share why they postpone their bedtime rituals – and why you should too.

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GOLDEN TRIANGLE, THAILAND

“The Explorer’s Lodge is a sanctuary of relaxation amid the beautiful bamboo jungles of the Golden Triangle. Sunsets are best watched outdoors with a cocktail in hand as the evening mood settles over the lush tropical landscape. We offer guests the experience of soaking in the outdoors with a private poolside barbecue dinner, followed by a screening of the guests’ favourite movie under the stars. Staying up late at night has its benefits here, as the sky is lit up by a carpet of stars and guests can enjoy stargazing through a telescope from the lamplit veranda.”

—Tobias Emmer, Camp Manager, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

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Cairo

“Cairo is a treasure trove of historic and modern wonders – from the iconic 5,000-year-old pyramids and the century-old Khan El Khalili market to the magic moments of the nightlife scene. There is plenty to explore during daylight, but there’s more to do after the sun goes down, from experiencing a picture-perfect sunset on a traditional felucca ride or watching an authentic tanoura show in old Cairo to ending the night on a high note at the Cairo Opera House or Bullona restaurant. I like to spend evenings behind my counter in Bullona creating special moments for my guests with a drink and a genuine smile.”

—Armando Sammarruco, Mixologist at Bullona, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza

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Bora Bora

“I always recommend that guests stay up late in Bora Bora to view the magical starlit skies. Somehow they’re just as impressive as the turquoise lagoon in the daytime. From countless shooting stars to seeing the Milky Way and the Southern Cross, it’s simply stunning. All the while, the gentle lapping of the water, and the outline of Mount Otemanu looms.”

—Brice Rolin, Pastry Chef, Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

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Las Vegas

“Las Vegas’s nightlife has always been known for inventive restaurant concepts, buzzworthy shows and lively concerts. And while all of those are definite must-dos, the sundown experience at the top of my list is the Neon Museum. This open-air art installment showcases a vast collection of reclaimed neon signs that pay homage to the iconic lights of Vegas and the city’s rich history.”

—Marama Nengel, Concierge, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

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New York Downtown

“There’s a certain romance that appears after dark in New York City. The city reaches its truest form after hours and inspires fashion, love and adventure. Best experienced at night, our recently unveiled Empire Suite offers the ultimate New York City lifestyle experience. From the 24th floor, the suite offers unparalleled views across the city and is the perfect backdrop for an elegant dinner for eight. Be the star of your own party and revel through the night at the top of the world. You can catch up on your beauty sleep in the late morning.

Tara Cruz, Senior Spa Director, Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown

 

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Singapore

“Singapore does not sleep. Consider cycling at night around the world-famous Marina Bay Area on a guided tour, learning more about our heritage and history. Afterwards, satisfy late-night cravings with dim sum in Geylang or pratas in Little India.”

—Tham Tuck Wah, Guest Experience Manager, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

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Hawaii, Hualalai

“We are fortunate to have some of the darkest night skies on the island of Hawaii, and stargazing is always spectacular from all over the island. At Hualalai, our guests have the option of a stargazing experience with a cultural ambassador who not only understands the constellations but also can share how important navigation by the stars was to the ancient Hawaiian people.”

—Sebastian Hinch, Resort Manager, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai

Your Journey Begins Here

What will you discover under the night sky?