The city that never sleeps has, of course, exceptional hospitality services, from the most beautiful rooms to the most exquisite five-star experience, while still relaxing in luxurious surroundings like the iconic Central Park. Whether you are visiting on business, with the family or in a romantic getaway, here’s the list of the must-stay places of luxury hotels in New York city, specially located in Central Park.
Park Hyatt New York
Designed by world-renowned, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Christian de Portzamparc, as well as interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg, guests enter an uncommon space where sophisticated and enriching experiences are in store. The exterior drama gives way to calm inside: soaring ceilings, polished marble floors, tall glass dividers, soothing cream and brown tones, and about 300 contemporary works of art. Situated in the heart of midtown, Park Hyatt New York is across the street from Carnegie Hall and two blocks from Central Park.
The hotel opened in 1907 and has played host to some of the most famous people in the world and still is One of the world’s most renowned hotels. In the past few years, the hotel has undergone a transformation merging old world ambience with all the latest and greatest of modern luxury. The Plaza manages a seamless fusion of white-glove service, timeless elegance and the latest innovations. The famous, elegant Champagne Bar remains one of the places to see and be seen, while The Plaza Food Hall offers nine distinct stations; everyone can indulge at this extraordinary hotel. Spacious guest rooms boast 24-carat, gold-plated sinks and fixtures, along with iPads – The Plaza was actually the first hotel to offer that amenity, allowing guests the opportunity to order in-room dining, make restaurant reservations, chat with the concierge, check airline schedules and print boarding passes, all without ever getting out of bed.
Mandarin Oriental New York
Located in Columbus Circle, the Mandarin Oriental is a luxurious hotel that opened in 2003. Asian décor inspired, this exquisite hotel provides the perfect urban oasis. With floor-to-ceiling windows and views of Central Park that go on for miles, the main lobby lounge is the perfect place to view the chaos that New York thrives on. Just an elevator ride away, experience the outstanding Modern American cuisine at Asiate, boasting a wall of wine over 1,500 bottles long. Then keep looking up, you’ll find the tree-branch sculpture which replicates the stunning view of Central Park in the winter.
The St. Regis New York is a designated New York City landmark with a history that dates back to 1904. Socialite John Jacob Astor IV, the original owner, envisioned the hotel as a lavish retreat with exceptional flair. Today, the tradition of luxury travel continues with modern amenities and incredible service. The stunning rooms have high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, silk wall coverings, and Louis XVI antiques—along with easy-to-use bedside consoles for controlling lighting, audio, and climate, and huge flat-screen TVs that rise via remote control from the foot of your bed.
Ritz-Carlton, Central Park
The stunning Ritz-Carlton Central Park provides amazing views of the park and the New York skyline, while guests are nestled in a classic and comfortable rooms. The Emery Roth building has 259 lavishly appointed guestrooms, 47 of which are stunning suites. The Club Lounge is a delightful amenity and a must-have upgrade if you’re staying at the Ritz. This exclusive retreat provides continuous culinary offerings throughout the day, the services of a dedicated concierge and express check-out. Downstairs, the Star Lounge serves excellent classic cocktails by Norman Bukofzer, who has famously tended bar here for decades.
The Quin, New York
The Quin boutique hotel, a “it” in New York, is located on the corner of 57th and 6th Avenue, providing the best location to visit Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Fifth Avenue shopping and, of course, Central Park. The modern interior design in classic feeling is all over the hotel, from the guest rooms to the workout center. Plus, the Attaches on property will design and plan the perfect individualized itinerary for your stay in NYC. Need tickets to the US Open or a sold-out Broadway show? The Quin can handle it all. Exuding sophistication in an environment that is warm and intimate, even the most discerning guest will return again and again at the “quintessential New York Hotel”.
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