The Waldorf Astoria is a romantic vacation getaway located in the heart of mid-town Manhattan, occupying an entire city block at Park Avenue and 50th street. When the hotel opened in 1931 it was the world's largest and tallest hotel. Today, the remarkable Art Deco building is a New York City landmark and one of the most famous hotels in New York City.
Whether you need a restaurant reservation, or information about any of the New York City attractions such as the Rockefeller Center or Central Park, the Waldorf Astoria's concierges are ready to assist you. The Theater Desk can make reservation for popular Broadway shows and sporting events to see on your romantic vacation, while the Transportation Desk arranges airport transfers and limousine hires. The Business Center at the hotel can assist business travelers with services such as secretarial and courier services.
Kenneth's Salon at the Waldorf Astoria offers beauty services, including haircuts, manicures and pedicures. The salon and its staff of expert stylists attract numerous repeat guests. If you are celebrating a special occasion on your romantic vacation, the salon can help you get ready.
The Waldorf Astoria's fitness center, located on the the 19th floor, offers personal trainers and massage therapists that stand by to help guests create tailor-made fitness programs.
Individually Decorated Rooms and Suites
The Waldorf Astoria hotel has 1,245 individually decorated guest rooms and suites with marble bathrooms. The Astoria Level offers 87 upgraded guest rooms and suites which feature complimentary use of the Astoria Lounge where guests can enjoy complimentary Continental breakfast, afternoon hors d'oeuvre, dessert and non-alcoholic beverages. Those who desire even more privacy can reserve a room at The Waldorf Towers.
Dining and Entertainment
The hotel houses several elegant restaurants, bars and lounges. The Peacock Elley restaurant serves French cuisine and features the famous Waldorf Brunch buffet on Sundays. Bull and bear, famous for its mahogany bar, serves prime steaks, chops and seafood. Oscar's, named after the Waldorf Astoria's famous style-setting maitre d' Oscar Tschirky, has been transformed into an American brasserie. Inagiku offers NewStyle Japanese cuisine in a stylish and exotic setting.
Sir Harry's Bar at the Waldorf Astoria is a popular meeting spot. Moreover, guests can enjoy an afternoon tea and take in the grandeur of the hotel at the Cocktail Terrace overlooking the majestic hotel lobby. Click here for Best New York City Vacation Ideas and more romantic New York City hotels.
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