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Holiday Type / Best hotels in New York

Which New York hotels offer the best locations combined with exclusivity and impeccable service? Our experts have personally visited and selected their choice including; Trump International Central Park for the exclusivity and the Trump Attaché who attends to your every need; The Ritz Carlton Central Park for its prime location, most opulent rooms and 1930's elegant ambience; The Peninsula for the best rooftop views over Manhattan, the award-winning spa and its Art Nouveau, contemporary style.

The Ritz-Carlton New York Central Park

With the ambience of an elegant 1930’s New York townhouse, the cosmopolitan Ritz- Carlton boasts a prime location on Central Park South, only a short stroll away from Midtown Manhattan attractions such as Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Opulent guest rooms and suites feature oversized marble bathrooms and telescopes in those rooms with park views. Club Level guests can enjoy complimentary light fare and cocktails in the Club Lounge and a dedicated concierge. Sample fine wines, afternoon tea or cocktails in the Star Lounge or enjoy traditional cuisin...

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The Peninsula New York

Located on Fifth Avenue and 55th Street at the heart of the city’s most prestigious shopping and cultural district, many of the original Beaux Arts features have beenretained at this 1905 landmark building. The spacious and luxurious rooms have Art Nouveau accents, each decorated in an appealing classic yet contemporary style. Suite guests receive a complimentary three hour chauffeured MINI Cooper S experience to explore the city in style. Dining options include Clements, showcasing innovative dining and flavours of North East America, the Goth...

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Four Seasons Hotel New York

Only steps from Central Park, a limestone spire soars above the quintessential Manhattan address: 57 East 57th Street. Four Seasons delivers the ultimate in modern New York luxury courtesy of a 52-storey tower designed by I.M. Pei. There are 368 spacious rooms and suites, and with a maximum of sixteen per floor, it feels more like private apartment living than a hotel. Overlooking the hotel’s towering Grand Lobby is the enchanted forest-like restaurant, The Garden, offering a delicious American menu using locally sourced ingredients for breakfa...

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Mandarin Oriental New York

Boasting a prime location at the union of Columbus Circle and Central Park,  Mandarin Oriental is an exceptional five-star hotel offering spacious accommodations with remarkable views over New York’s famous skyline. The stylish rooms and suites each feature oversized marble baths, state-of-the-art entertainment systems and sumptuous king-size beds; the deluxe Presidential Suite boasts panoramic views from the 53rd floor. Dine overlooking the park at Asiate showcasing modern American cuisine, complemented by a signature 1,200 bottle wine wall. S...

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The Mark

Set on Madison Avenue in the heart of Upper Eastside, close to Central Park, this award-winning property lies at the epicentre of Manhattan’s cultural scene, surrounded by New York’s premier museums, shops and entertainment. Housed in a historic 1927 landmark building it has been completely renovated by the legendary designer Jacques Grange. Rooms and suites are private havens of understated luxury and comfort incorporating the latest personal technology into sublime serene décor and furnishings, overlooking either the garden courtyard, Madison...

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The Plaza

The Plaza, New York's iconic hotel continues to occupy the most prestigious address in the city at the juncture of Fifth Avenue and Central Park. Rooms and suites are elegantly furnished, and bathrooms finished with twenty four carat gold plated fittings. Suite guests have butlers to anticipate their every need.The Legacy Suites are the newest page in The Plaza’s ongoing history book. Named for the iconic locations and celebrated individuals who have been part of The Plaza’s history, The Legacy Suites are firmly rooted in today with décor that ...

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The Knickerbocker

Dating back to the turn of the 20th century and former hideaway of illustrious guests including John D. Rockefeller and F. Scott Fitzgerald, this Beaux-Arts façade hotel has been reimagined into a sophisticated urban sanctuary overlooking Times Square. Affectionately known as “The Knick”, guestrooms and suites boast a sleek and contemporary design with bespoke furnishings, luxurious linens and state-of-the-art technology. Dining includes Charlie Palmer at The Knick, esteemed for its honest American cuisine featuring locally-sourced ingredients ...

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Park Hyatt New York

Having opened to sparkling reviews and continuing to garner accolades galore, this paean to understated luxury sits at the heart of the midtown action, close to Carnegie Hall and a short stroll from Central Park. Eleven different room types, including Ambassador and Presidential suites, provide superbly equipped and ultra comfortable accommodation, whilst dining options encompass light fare, pre-theatre bites and cocktails at the Living Room and classic American grills such as sixty day ribeye steaks at The Back Room at One57. There’s an indoor...

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Baccarat Hotel New York

Baccarat Hotel & Resorts flagship hotel takes its influences from the grand establishments of Paris, positioned south of Central Park opposite the Museum of Modern Art, it features salon-style public areas and sumptuous rooms, most in refined palettes of Champagne, ivory, platinum and steel. For ultimate luxe living, the Baccarat Suite offers exceptional space and sophistication, highlighted by chandeliers and walls of windows. Enjoy French inspired breakfasts as well as light lunches and afternoon tea at The Grand Salon, and meet up for aperit...

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