Top New York City Hotels
As residents know first impressions count and nowhere is this more obvious than the fabulous first impression given by the fabulous Top New York City Hotels. The breathtaking architecture, magnificent settings, the lines of limousines sitting at the entrances which open onto the vast atriums and lobbies hinting at the hidden comforts of the luxurious accommodation, delectable cuisines state of the art amenities and facilities and warm hospitable yet discreet flawless service will more than satisfy the most discerning of guests.
New York City is So Much More than a Destination
New York is an experience and one that will never be forgotten as its frenetic, energetic vibrant and infectious soul lifts you up and sweeps you along to its magnificent vistas, intoxicating culture and sensual cuisines and leaves you inspired, invigorated and renewed, your mind broadened and more understanding of life's incredible possibilities. New York City is home to some of the worlds' most famous landmarks including; the Empire State building, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Rockefeller Centre and some 20,000 restaurants, 10,000 stores and 150 Museums. Manhattan is the epicentre of of NYC and is surrounded by four other distinct city boroughs including the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island all of which have their own character, culture and attractions.
The Top NYC Hotels are Landmark Buildings
Top New York Hotels are sprinkled all over its' landscape choosing for themselves the most spectacular of settings allowing their illustrious guests the most breathtaking views from their indulgent accommodation. The Best New York Hotels are landmark buildings. The Peninsula Hotel, originally created in 1905, has spent multi-millions on renovations. It still retains the 'Beaux arts' architectural features designed by Hiss and Weekes. The fabulous Boutique hotels providing for their guests an ambience of their very own Park Avenue 'pied et Terre', sets new standards in comfort and style and invite guests to live life well, have also recently undergone a major multi-million dollar renovations.
New York City Five Star Hotels offer Sumptuous Luxury
Top New York Hotels usually provide single suites, speciality suites and luxurious penthouses. The rooms are appointed with King or Queen Size beds being sumptuously comfortable dressed in the finest Egyptian cottons, topped with goose down feather pillows colourful scatter cushions. The rooms provide leather topped desks with occasional lamps, kitted out with multi-lined hands-free telephones, Internet access fax machine and printer. Overall no visit to this great city is complete without a stay in one of the Top 5 New York Hotels. In New York City you will find the ultimate in luxury accommodation available to book online.
The Best Five Star Hotels offer Sumptuous Luxury
Top New York Hotels usually provide single suites, speciality suites and luxurious penthouses. The rooms are appointed with King or Queen Size beds being sumptuously comfortable dressed in the finest Egyptian cottons, topped with goose down feather pillows colourful scatter cushions. The rooms provide leather topped desks with occasional lamps, kitted out with multi-lined hands-free telephones, Internet access fax machine and printer.
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Our Top 5 New York City Luxury Hotel Picks
- The Waldorf-Astoria
- The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park
- The St. Regis Hotel
- New York Palace Hotel
- Ritz-Carlton Central Park
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