Top Luxury Hotels in New YorkOctober 25, 2011
New York is home to astoundingly bountiful number of luxurious hotels that you will surely loves. The Ritz Carlton, Central Park; St. Regis Hotel; Ritz Carlton, Battery Park; Trump International Hotel & Tower; and The Peninsula-New York; are few among the tourist-beloved hotels in the wonderful land of Broadway. So we have spiced up five more of the hotels that wouldn’t make you miss your luxurious home in Miami.
Four Seasons Hotel
Home to the Ty Warner Penthouse, dubbed as one of the ten most expensive suites in the world which costs $35,000 a night, Four Seasons New York is surely one of your favorites. The luxurious suite is only accessible via private elevator that takes you up to the 52nd floor. There is an infinity soak tub and a waterfall in the Zen Room; and floor-to-ceiling bay windows that provides you a 360˚ scenery at New York’s tallest hotel.
Jumeirah Essex House
A known favorite business hotel in Manhattan, Jumeirah features the elegance of art deco since it was built in 1931. There are 515 luxury guest rooms to choose from, all providing you with spectacular view of Manhattan and Central Park.
The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
Its debut dates back to 1930 and has been home to leaders in world affairs. Located at Madison Avenue, The Carlyle offers an elegant residential atmosphere truly a sanctuary of refined taste at par with a Miami home owner’s standards.
Loews Regency Hotel
The Loews Regency Hotel provides a friendly atmosphere that is paired with exquisite newly renovated multi-million dollar interiors. A great choice for family stay, the Loews Loves Kids program ensures that your children will receive special gifts at check-in. So make sure you inform the hotel that you’re traveling with the kids.
Since its establishment in 1893, Waldorf-Astoria has been tantamount to a deluxe hotel experience. Time elegance is nestled in all of its spacious, uniquely decorated guestrooms and suites.