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New York’s Most Famous Luxury Hotels

New York City boasts its fare share of over-the-top hotels, each offering a wide array of services and amenities that are sure to make you feel like a pampered member of royalty. But if you’re looking to feel like a star, you’ll want to book a suite in one of the five most famous luxury hotels in The Big Apple. Made popular by movies and newspapers and magazines, these establishments are even more famous than the celebrities that stay in them.

The Four Seasons

Steps just next to Central Park

Located between Madison and Park Avenue, The Four Seasons Hotel rises over the entire Manhattan business district. At a height of 208 meters and 52 stories, The Four Seasons is the tallest hotel in New York and the third tallest in the USA.

View of Manhattan from Central Park, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

Featuring 364 rooms and suites, a luxurious spa center and fitness facility, as well as a number of gourmet restaurants, The Four Seasons is one of the best hotels in New York City. The flagship of the Four Seasons hotel chain, it’s often the choice of many celebrities, whenever they visit New York.

The Ritz-Carlton Central Park

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Offering great views over one of the most beautiful urban parks in the world, the rooms of the Ritz-Carlton are also some of the largest and most comfortable you can find in New York. Known as one of the priciest hotels in the Big Apple, the Ritz-Carlton offers services to match, which makes it a favorite for traveling business men.

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All of the 259 guestrooms and suites provide all the amenities you’d expect in a world-class hotel, including marble baths and quality linen bedding. One of the most popular hotels in New York, Ritz Carlton is already part of the city’s culture.

The Waldorf-Astoria

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Ever since it opened, in 1893, the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel has been striving to supply only top-class services to its clients and that made it one of New York’s best luxury hotels. Its name comes from the German town of Walldorf and the Astor family that came from there.

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The Waldorf-Astoria was first located on Fifth Avenue, on the site of today’s Empire State Building, but in 1931 it moved at 301 Park Avenue, Manhattan, and became the world’s biggest and tallest hotel. Nowadays, The Waldorf-Astoria is considered a New York landmark and one of the best places to spend your vacation.

Trump International Hotel

Trump International Hotel And Tower

If you’re looking to find yourself surrounded by all sorts of celebrities, then The Donald’s Trump International hotel has to be at the top of your New York hotel list. Located in one of the most impressive buildings in the Big Apple, Trump International Hotel shares the fame and opulence of its owner.

P3150060 Trump Intl Hotel, Columbus Circle

Adjacent to Central Park, Trump International Hotel features 167 accommodations, including deluxe guestrooms and suites, and claims to be within walking distance of New York’s best shopping and cultural attractions.

Palace Hotel

The Palace Hotel in New York City at Christmas 2003

Set right in the middle of Manhattan, across from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the New York Palace Hotel mixes old and new architecture by being based in the historic Villard Villa, as well as in a completely modern tower.

The Palace Hotel At Christmas

The Palace offers some of the best hotel services in New York, a number of 805 guestrooms, 88 suites, a world-class fitness center and famous restaurants like Gilt and Istana. The Palace Hotel has become even more famous, in recent years, after it’s been featured in the popular TV series Gossip Girl.

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