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Every aspect of The Peninsula New York, a posh Midtown hotel, has been designed to make you feel pampered. Business travelers will appreciate the executive work stations in every room. As a bonus, enjoy a dip in the indoor swimming pool and relax or exercise in the spacious Peninsula Spa. The soothing and warm-hued lounge serves afternoon tea, and the rooftop bar has wonderful city views. The Fifth Avenue address means shopping and entertainment are practically at your doorstep.
An epitome of luxury and class, Baccarat Hotel & Residences is an all-suite hotel promising its guests a stay of a lifetime. Located in the heart of New York City, this hotel is home to over 100 suites all of which are designed impeccably and are reminiscent of Parisian elegance. Right from the lobby to the baths, crystal and silk can be seen in every corner of the hotel. Art aficionados will particularly savor their stay here, as invaluable pieces of 18th-century art call this hotel their home. The classic King Suite starts at USD900, it boasts of cashmere, white marble, Italian robes and much more. However, the ultimate chamber of aristocracy here is the Baccarat Suite which is an opulent den crafted with the use of niche materials to give you a lavish experience. Flowers, champagne, chocolates, crystals and separate guest rooms are only few of the many amenities this suite offers.
This modern luxury hotel designed by I.M. Pei was established in 1993. No expense was spared to create a prestigious property that is right at home in this high-profile location. The exquisite rooms, marble baths, luxurious beds and other amenities are expressions of elegance. If you want a room with a nice view, ask for one in the tower. The onsite restaurant The Garden has good food, and it is a great spot for people watching. Visit the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel for some relaxation.
The Hotel Elysee a fine little European hotel is nestled in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The smartly designed space is done up in a late 18th Century style. Hotel Elysee is just steps from Fifth Avenue shopping, Rockefeller Center and Central Park. Rooms are not large, but they are stylishly decorated and come with attached deluxe marble bathrooms. Do not miss a night out dining with the beautiful people at the Monkey Bar which is within the premises of this luxurious hotel.
Yes, this is The Plaza, the very same mentioned in everything from children's books to Hollywood blockbusters. This is one of New York's grandest hotels, built in 1907 in true French Renaissance style. The setting on Fifth Avenue and Central Park could not be more magnificent. Replete with the splendor of crystal chandeliers and views of the inner court, city or park, rooms are plushly decorated with quality furnishings and fabrics. In 2008, the hotel completed a 400 million dollar renovation, which included downsizing the number of hotel accommodations and adding many private residences, allowing a higher level of personalized service, including a butler on each floor. A new lobby off the Fifth Avenue entrance has been created and the Grand Ballroom restored.
Overlooking Central Park and much of the Upper West Side, this completely renovated hotel has both charm and a great location. The incredible shopping of Fifth Avenue is right at hand, and Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and numerous other popular attractions are within an easy walk. Some of the fanciest restaurants in the city are also nearby. The Helmsley Park Lane amenities include in-room refrigerators and picture windows that actually open. The in-house restaurants and lounge serve diners with great hospitality, and their well-equipped fitness center is the ideal place to unwind after a hectic day.
This prestigious hotel, built in the 1920s, overlooks Fifth Avenue and Central Park. The combination of location, opulence and charm makes this 50-room hotel a New York classic. From its elegant lobby to the large, luxurious rooms and suites, it is a favorite with the social elite. The Sherry-Netherland is home to the renowned Harry Cipriani's restaurant.
The New York Palace is an opulent combination of traditional and modern hospitality. The hotel is a 55-story tower atop the 19th-century Villard House, where you have a choice of fantastic views and modern decor, or old-world elegance in a low-rise building. Either way, service and facilities are top notch, with a large and modern spa and fitness center and complimentary shuttle service to Wall Street.