The pinnacle of luxury at the top of The Waldorf Astoria.
It's common to hear of a hotel treating its guests like visiting royalty. But this famed property has had the experience of waiting on the real deal. In fact, anybody who is --- or ever was --- somebody has stayed at The Waldorf Towers, which occupies the 27th through 42nd floors of The Waldorf Astoria. That includes the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Cary Grant, Cole Porter and every president since Herbert Hoover. The high-end boutique hotel offers three different types of accommodations including Signature Suites, Historical Suites and Presidential Suites. Each has its own decorative motif but all are lavishly decorated with ornate wallpapers, fine linens, plush fabrics and period antiques. Executive rooms feature in-room fax and dual-line phones with data ports, residential suites have a high-end homelike ambience, and unique presidential-style suites come with fully equipped kitchens, dining areas and in some cases, maid's quarters. Some even have dining rooms with tables that seat up to eight for an intimate dinner among dignitaries, royalty or the like. The staff provides the kind of well-executed service you'd expect to find at Buckingham Palace. Guests who stay here --- for the short- or long-term --- have access to all of the facilities and services provided at The Waldorf Astoria.
Address100 E. 50th St. (Park & Lexington Aves.) New York NY 10022 U.S.
Contact212-355-3100, 800-WALDORF Hotel’s Website
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