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Waldorf Astoria

It is with good reason that the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York has featured in many a movie. Iconic, luxurious and in a prime Manhattan location, there is no better accommodation for your New York holiday.

One of the first grand hotels in New York City, the Waldorf-Astoria is the pinnacle of elegance and luxury. Its exquisite art-deco interior retains many original features, including the famous president-face clock in the lobby. The sumptuous decor extends to its 800 rooms, including opulent suites just made for luxury holidays. Extensive dining options and an indulgent Guerlain spa are among the world-class facilities.

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Waldorf Astoria New York

Waldorf Astoria New York

Situated in a landmark building with a unique heritage, this iconic hotel offers an enviable location on Park Avenue at 50th Street. The Waldorf Astoria New York was one of the first grand hotels to ...

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Star rating 5 out of 5

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TripAdvisor rating 4.0 out of 5

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Flight + 3 nights hotel from £555 pp
05 Feb - 08 Feb

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Waldorf facilities

Experience pure luxury at the New York Waldorf-Astoria hotel

Waldorf-Astoria restaurant.


The Waldorf-Astoria hotel’s Peacock Alley restaurant offers a unique dining experience. Located in the stunning lobby, the restaurant’s lavish cuisine is complemented by an excellent seat for people-watching. Sip a Manhattan cocktail in Sir Harry’s Bar or tuck into the hotel’s signature chops at the Bull and Bear Steakhouse. You simply cannot leave without sampling the famous Waldorf Salad and delicious Eggs Benedict at Oscar’s Brasserie.



After an action-packed day of New York sightseeing or shopping, there is no better way to relax than with an indulgent pampering session at the Waldorf-Astoria’s sumptuous Guerlain Spa. A beautiful, tranquil setting immediately soothes before expert aestheticians begin bespoke treatments tailored to your individual profile. Experience incredible results with a Guerlain Signature Facial or relieve aching legs with a luxurious massage. Leave this stunning spa floating on a cloud after an invigorating Transforming Experience.

Waldorf-Astoria hotel location.


The iconic building of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria hotel is an historic landmark. Situated in an enviable location on elite Park Avenue, it offers a perfect base at the hub of Manhattan. If the hotel’s art-deco grandeur inspires you, a short walk will take you to other art-deco icons Grand Central Station and the Empire State Building. Soak up the culture at the nearby Rockefeller Center and make your way to Fifth Avenue for designer-label shopping.

Waldorf-Astoria accommodation.


The Waldorf-Astoria was the first hotel to offer room service and it continues to set the standard for accommodation today. From deluxe guest rooms to lavish suites with private concierge service, the emphasis is on luxury and sophistication. All rooms are spacious and well-equipped, ranging from timeless elegance to lavish opulence. For luxury holidays in New York, there is no better choice than the Waldorf-Astoria.

Waldorf-Astoria History, New York.


A hotel of legendary status, New York’s Waldorf-Astoria boasts an unrivalled heritage. The original building was built in 1893 on the site of the mansion owned by millionaire William Waldorf, and was the tallest hotel in the world when it opened. Four years later it was joined by sister hotel, the Astoria, but demolished in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building. Two years later the second Waldorf-Astoria opened on Park Avenue, where it proudly remains.

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