With ICFF quickly approaching comes a great excuse to go to New York. We selected some of the best luxury hotels in NYC so you’ll enjoy your stay to the fullest.
If you’re going to be in New York between the 21st and 24th of May, for ICFF, you should consider staying in one of these luxury hotels. They are as stuuning and luxurious as one would think and they are truly precious gems in the middle of New York. Considering most of them were built (or the building) decades ago they are not only luxurious but full of history and architetctural elements that can’t be found nowadays.
Check them below!
This beautiful 1930’s hotel overlookin Central Park is the ultimate luxury hotel! Even in the 50’s it was already an icon in luxury hospitality. In 2005 it was bought by India’s Taj Group and went through a renovation. But all it’s charming New York elements were preserved while the décor was completely updated turning The Pierre into an icon of modern luxury.
JW Marriott Essex House New York
This Art Deco gem, located on the southern side of Central Park is a must for Art Deco lovers. Built during the 1930’s it has an extremely luxurious vibe. Just look at that ballroom. Marble floors, beautiful chandeliers and exquisite details make this a very luxurious hotel.
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The Ritz-Carlton New York Central Park
Stepping in this hotel is like going back in time. Horse carriages, doormen, a 19th century buidling and antique furnishings fit for a king (or queen). But that’s not all it has to offer, located on the south side of Central Park in an extremely priveleged location the hotel guests are steps away from Fifth Avenue, Carnegie Hall, Time Warner Center and Broadway.
Also located in a priveleged location, in the south-east corner of Central Park and Fifth Avenue, the guests are close to Midtown, Museum Mile and Madison Avenue. The rooms are beautifully decorated in 14 different styles and some suites are as big as Upper East Side townhouses. And of course,The Plaza offers one of the most priveled views over Central Park, very famous filming locationwhile staying in a .
Out of all of these, this one is the most contemporary one. When you walk in you are greeted with a tapestry of Kate Moss and you get the feeling that you are entering a billionaire’s home. A block away from Central Park it is located on the heart of the Upper East Side and very close to the Met and the Guggenheim. Bar Pleiades, pictured above, is inspired by Coco Chanel. The rooms are estremely luxurious and some even have fireplaces and private terraces. It’s highly frequented by Manhattan’s elite.