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The Waldorf Towers

The Waldorf Towers Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Waldorf Towers occupies the top floors of the iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel in Midtown East. It is an exclusive boutique with 117 classic, individually decorated rooms, some of which have a rich history of famous guests and long-term residents. Most amenities are shared with its sister property -- including the great (but pricey) restaurants, high-end Guerlain Spa, and beauty salon -- but the hotel has its own lobby, fitness center, elevators, and concierges. Some rooms have underwhelming decor for the price, but for a more personalized stay with a little more luxury than at the Waldorf Astoria, the Towers is still a great pick.
Langham Place Fifth Avenue

Langham Place Fifth Avenue Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 214-room Langham Place Fifth Avenue is a modern, luxurious hotel conveniently located close to the popular tourist sites and corporate offices of Midtown Manhattan. Rooms are huge and come with top-notch features (free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, high-end linens and toiletries), but the decor is plain and lacks character. For more striking design, consider the nearby Chatwal or the (slightly less luxurious) Andaz hotels.
The Plaza

The Plaza Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The century-old, 282-room Plaza is a New York landmark. A $400 million overhaul in 2008 gave the huge rooms gold-plated bathroom fixtures, but it also converted most rooms overlooking Central Park into privately owned residences. Still, the exceptional spa and 24-hour butler service make it worth the splurge.
The St. Regis New York

The St. Regis New York Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The grand, century-old St. Regis is known for its extraordinary service -- rivaled only by that of the Plaza -- but the hotel has many other outstanding features, including 229 elegant rooms with great amenities; a world-class spa, and a great location on Fifth Avenue. While it lacks the pool and Central Park views of the Mandarin Oriental, a famed Bloody Mary at the King Cole Bar more than compensates.
Four Seasons New York

Four Seasons New York Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Deliberately business-like, the 368-room Four Seasons in Midtown East has all the luxury essentials: stylish lobby, beck-and-call service, a fine spa and fitness center, and some of the city's largest rooms. Plus, guests can use spa facilities for free. But before booking, check the rates at the Waldorf-Astoria (more historic) or the Mandarin Oriental (better gym).
The Peninsula New York

The Peninsula New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 239-room Peninsula has small TVs in the standard rooms, but the indoor pool, superb gym (free workout gear, organic teas, and a sauna and steam room), widely praised spa and salon, and in-room fax machines make it a fine choice for a quiet, classically luxurious hotel. And for designer shopping, its 5th Avenue location is ideal.
W New York

W New York Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Business (and some leisure) travelers craving style and a social scene will enjoy the colorful, 688-room flagship of the W chain amidst Midtown East’s gray business hotels. Cutesy language and small, mood-lit rooms are not for everyone, but great service and a popular bar scene seem to justify the steep rates.
Affinia Fifty

Affinia Fifty Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Affina 50 is a 251-room, upscale boutique hotel with art-driven contemporary style that showcases local artists. The hotel's Midtown East location makes it convenient for both business travelers and tourists while its big, apartment-like rooms and suites (some with kitchenettes) are great for families and visitors on extended stays. Boutique extras include a wine hour, free Wi-Fi, and pet-friendly policies, but there's no full restaurant (just a continental breakfast, for a fee). Prices are competitive for this caliber, especially given the location and the size of the rooms, though guests may also want to consider The Lexington New York City.
The Waldorf Astoria

The Waldorf Astoria Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A Midtown East icon, the 1,300-room Waldorf Astoria comes with some of New York's best (or at least most expensive) spa services, fitness facilities, restaurants, and bars. Rooms are elegant and feature the high-end amenities expected of a hotel of this category, and suites have palatial black-and-white marble bathrooms with separate showers and soaking tubs. However, Standard Rooms are small for the price, and there’s a fee for Wi-Fi. The dress code and antique decor aren't for everyone, though the cinematic history and unrivaled elegance might make the price tag well worth it.
Lombardy Hotel

Lombardy Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Lombardy is an upscale boutique right on the border between business-y Midtown East and the ritzy Upper East Side. All of its 154 rooms are privately owned, and have a strong apartment feel to them, with kitchenettes (suites have full kitchens), tons of space, and homey touches such as curated selections of books and seating areas. There’s a seafood restaurant, a great salon with spa treatments, and a small but well-equipped fitness center -- but the breakfast included in the nightly rate is actually a discount voucher for a nearby diner. Still, the hotel is a great pick both for business and leisure travelers.


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