The Waldorf Towers, a boutique hotel occupying the 28th through 42nd floors of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, offers its guests privacy and personalized service. The Waldorf Towers is a New York residence of numerous heads-of-state, royalty, celebrities and corporate moguls. Notable guests at the Waldorf Towers have included every U.S. President since Herbert Hoover, Queen Elizabeth II, and quite a few Hollywood stars. Since the hotel opened in 1931, it has been the setting for great historical moments, including treaties, mergers, and peace initiatives.
The Waldorf Towers offers 101 deluxe suites and 79 executive guest rooms. Each guest accommodation is individually decorated with French and English antiques, and museum-quality reproduction pieces.
The rooms and suites feature crystal chandeliers which hang from 15-foot ceilings, Oriental rugs, oil paintings, custom-designed wall coverings, drapery and carpeting. Many of the suites offer dining rooms, full kitchens, and maids' quarters. Several residential apartments are available for long-term lease.
The hotel offers 24-hour room service as well as complete banquet services for en-suite catering for cocktail parties, formal dinner parties and business lunches.
Guests at the Waldorf Towers can dine at several fine restaurants and lounges at the Waldorf Astoria. Nearby attractions and hotels include the Rockefeller Center, a selection of spas, The St. Regis and Plaza Hotel.
Doubles from $599 per night.