Best Luxury Hotels in Midtown East

Some of the city's most iconic luxury hotels can be found in Midtown East, where guests are sure to encounter old-world opulence and historic charm.

The St. Regis New York


The St. Regis New York Rating: 5.0 Pearls

With butlers on call 24-hours, ever ready to draw guests a bath from the hotel’s signature bath menu, a top restaurant from renowned French-born chef Alain Ducasse on site, chandeliered guest rooms, a 5th Avenue location (the better for shopping), and a stunning Beaux Arts lobby, the St. Regis is a classic luxury pick.

The New York Palace


The New York Palace Rating: 4.5 Pearls

One of New York's most visually stunning hotels, the gilded, grandiose New York Palace is lavishly decorated with gold flourishes, marble, and chandeliers. The Palace was originally constructed as a private mansion in 1882, and its famous facade twinkles among a sea of midtown skyscrapers.

Four Seasons New York


Four Seasons New York Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Legendary architect I.M. Pei designed the public areas to adhere to a rigorous symmetry. But the enormous rooms value comfort and convenience over adventurous style, making the Four Seasons a premier choice among high-profile business travelers.

The Waldorf Astoria


The Waldorf Astoria Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The chandeliered, Art Deco lobby has a historic charm -- and a strict dress code. Allegedly the first hotel in the world to offer room service, the Waldorf still impresses with its antique decor and bustling but reserved vibe. It's not for everyone, but few hotels anywhere can match the Waldorf's cinematic history and elegance. Every president since FDR has stayed in the presidential suite.

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