Waldorf Astoria New York

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Waldorf Astoria New York

New York’s Grande Dame, the Art Deco-style Waldorf Astoria New York offers a desirable Midtown location 2 blocks from Rockefeller Center and 4 blocks from the Broadway Theater District. Times Square, Central Park, Grand Central, and the shops on Fifth Avenue are among the nearby attractions.

A legendary landmark on Park Avenue, the Waldorf Astoria New York is an iconic hotel that inspires the world. An art deco masterpiece, it has impressive public spaces and 1,232 luxuriously appointed guestrooms of elegant and timeless design. The Waldorf brings together New York’s social elite, the world’s leaders, captains of industry, and travelers from every nation for the most memorable occasions and unforgettable events. Comprising an entire city block of prestigious midtown Manhattan, guests can experience refined cuisine at the Bull & Bear Prime steakhouse, a pampering therapy at the Guerlain Spa, and the renowned hospitality of Peacock Alley.

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Guest Rooms
Enjoy uniquely-decorated accommodations and an array of convenient amenities in our spacious, richly-styled guest rooms at Waldorf Astoria New York, one of the finest Manhattan luxury hotels.

Deluxe Guest Rooms
Richly appointed, our Deluxe Guest Rooms feature one Waldorf Serenity queen bed with luxury linens and Ferragamo bath amenities. Enjoy upscale amenities, services and furnishings, all at a very approachable rate.

Superior Guest Rooms
Modern and elegant, our more spacious Superior Guest Rooms offer either one Waldorf Serenity king bed or double/double beds with luxury linens and Ferragamo bath amenities. Combine the comforts of home with the convenience of the office.

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Luxury Guest Rooms
Sophisticated in design and proportion with a king or queen Waldorf Serenity bed and Ferragamo bath amenities, our Luxury Guest Rooms include a sitting area or separate boudoir and thoughtful amenities for a fabulous stay.

Dine in Style
Explore the art of cuisine as it is practiced with complexity and panache – with classic and innovative dishes and unrivalled service and hospitality – at the Waldorf Astoria New York.

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Waldorf Brunch
For over a century, the chefs of The Waldorf Astoria New York have been renowned for their culinary excellence. The heritage is celebrated weekly at the hotel’s famed Sunday Brunch.

The Extravagant Brunch is served every Sunday from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm (final seating). Guests are seated in Peacock Alley Restaurant and Private Dining Room.

Quoted 1 of the Top 10 Brunch hotels in the US by FoxNews 
Voted one of the 10 best Brunches in NYC by OpenTable 
1 of the 4 Brunch Exceptions by the Wall Street Journal

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Peacock Alley Restaurant
The stylish Peacock Alley is renowned for its innovative cocktail culture, extravagant brunch and seafood-inspired small plates menu. It is the gem of the hotel’s lobby and the place to “see and be seen,” while sipping a hand-crafted cocktail.

Peacock Alley’s setting is opportune for getting a taste of a culinary experience or to host a special event in the private dining salon. Pairing a classic and convivial ambience, Peacock Alley offers to our guests and New Yorkers a Power breakfast, an a la carte lunch menu and a distinctive dinner of small plates and traditional selections. The bar and lounge serves exclusive wines and martinis with nightly entertainment by the Cole Porter piano.

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Bull and Bear Prime Steakhouse
Enjoy ocean-fresh seafood, succulent dry-aged steaks and outstanding old- and new world wines in one of Manhattan’s most recognizable venues – Waldorf Astoria New York’s Bull and Bear Steakhouse.

Home to the legendary mahogany bar cited by The New York Times as one of the world’s greatest, this luxury Manhattan restauranthas long played host to the city’s discerning diners and power elite.

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Oscar’s American Brasserie
Oscar’s American Brasserie offers casual dining for daily breakfast and weekend lunch. Named for legendary maitre d’ Oscar Tschirky – the man credited with creating the Waldorf Salad and Eggs Benedict – Oscar’s menu features Waldorf favorites in sophisticated art deco surroundings.





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