Top Luxury Hotels in New York City

  :: Four Seasons Hotel New York ::
Fourseasons Hotel Lobby

Rising over Manhattan's premier shopping and business district, between Park and Madison Avenues, the I.M. Pei-designed Four Seasons features stunning views and gracious style – a remarkable luxury experience, even by New York standards.

"The international elite' love this I. M. Pei-designed Midtown' oasis, and fortunately it lives up to every bit of the hype; rooms are big enough to exercise in and offer spectacular views and fast-filling tubs, the outstanding staff finds nothing impossible and the L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon restaurant is fabulous; add in excellent spa and awe-inspiring lobby and this super-chic spot is nothing short of NYC's best." Zagat Top US Hotels, Resorts & Spas, 2009

"I recently stayed at the Four Seasons in NYC and I really enjoyed it !
Really good location that brings you close to everything you need in New York."
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Website:The Four Seasons
Phone: 212-245-1800
Location: Midtown East

  :: The Peninsula ::
The Peninsula

In the most decorated neighborhoods of Manhattan, the Peninsula is located in the center of the famed shopping district where this hotel is the based on personal service, intimate ambience and classically designed.

"Absolutely Excellent from start to finish and I am very fussy as you will know from other reviews! The hotel room was gorgeous - the bathroom amazing with a fabulous separate toilet area and huge shower cubicle - very well furnished and decorated room - view over 5th avenue."
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INFO: The Peninsula
Phone: 212-956-2888
Midtown East

  :: Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park ::
Ritz Carlton NYC

An extreme makeover completed in 2002 transformed the former St. Moritz Hotel overlooking the southern end of Central Park into one of the city's most appealing luxury hotels, with 261 impeccably outfitted rooms and suites housed inside the 33-story landmark building. No tennis facilities are available on-site, but the Central Park Tennis Center is about 2 miles uptown, or you can head over to Second Avenue and ride the aerial tramway to the indoor courts of the Roosevelt Island Racquet Club. Rates at this premium property typically exceed $500 a night, with significantly higher price tags during periods of high demand and for rooms with a view of the park.

"Over the years, I have stayed in many of New York's most expensive hotels. While there are many exceptionally strong hotels, the Ritz Central Park continues to be my favorite. The location is supurb, nice walks to the park, shopping and transportation."
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INFO: Ritz-Carlton
Phone: 212-308-9100
Location: Midtown West

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