The Waldorf Towers is New York's premiere boutique hotel and is ideal for a business or leisure trip in midtown Manhattan. Guests of The Waldorf Towers enjoy an extraordinary level of personalized service, privacy and elegance. Guest preferences are kept on file by the hotel's Guest Historian, for the guest's return visit and they can also enjoy all the amenities and services of The Waldorf Astoria, one of the world's most celebrated hotels. When you enter the private entrance off Park Avenue you know you are going to experience hotel accommodation unlike any other in the world. Rooms are spacious and uniquely appointed with one-of-a-kind antiques, luxurious fabrics and beautiful artwork. The hotel has played host to world leaders, kings and queens and six decades of American presidents.
Distance from Airport:
12 miles - JFK / 16 miles - Newark
All have * oversized marble bathroom/shower * WC * in room coffee service * high speed internet access * minibar * telephone with voicemail * TV with cable and videos * luxury bedding * complimentary choice of newspaper daily * kitchenette or wet bar with refrigerator * hairdryer * Bose alarm / radio * iron and ironing board * twice daily maid service * safe * (certain amenities may be payable locally)
40 to 60 minutes
Location and Resort:
This ultimate luxury hotel is convenient to Grand Central Station (6 blocks) and other attractions including Fifth Avenue shopping, Union Square, Bryant Park, the United Nations, Rockefeller Centre, the Empire State building, museums and nightlife. Times Square and the theatre district are approximately 10 blocks away. All guest accommodations at The Waldorf Towers are individually decorated with exquisite antiques and period reproductions, with themes ranging from French provincial to Old English. Many suites feature pieces transported from the original Waldorf Astoria, which was destroyed in 1929 to make way for the Empire State building.
Eating and Drinking:
The Waldorf Towers offers guests an unrivalled selection of places to eat, drink and relax. Peacock Alley is a modern, elegant restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It has a 30 foot long bar and offers a distinctive lunch of small plates and traditional selections, to an extraordinary a la carte dinner menu, and a sumptuous Sunday brunch. Sunday Brunch is a lavish affair created by 14 chefs; the gourmet experience includes a spectacular array of 12 themed food displays and over 100 gourmet treats from which to choose. The Bull and Bear Steakhouse and Bar is one of the most historic and well-recognized bars in New York City. It offers hearty portions of traditional fare, as well as weekly specials. In addition to its impressive selection of fresh seafood it also serves prime grade certified Angus Beef and a range of specialty beers and cocktails, including the best Martini in the city. Oscars American Brasserie offers an elaborate breakfast buffet along with an eclectic a la carte menu that includes Japanese cuisine and a low carb breakfast. For lunch, diners can choose from an extensive a la carte menu. Finally the stylish and exotic, Inagiku presents New-Style Japanese cuisine in a theatrical setting and was the first fine dining Japanese restaurant in midtown Manhattan. There are also numerous bars including the Peacock Alley Bar, Oscar's Bar, the Bull and Bear Bar, Sir Harrys and the Cocktail Terrace which overlooks the fantastic art deco Park Avenue and serves afternoon tea.
The hotel does not have a swimming pool.
This famous luxury boutique style hotel will appeal to friends, families and couples looking for a Park Avenue location from which to enjoy a New York City break. The hotel offers a high level of privacy and personal service and will help to make this one of the most unique hotel stays in one of world's most unique city's.
Friends, Families and Couples