St. Regis Hotel, New York
Built in 1904 by one of the wealthiest men in America, everything about St. Regis New York embodies luxury, class and a timeless elegance. Nestled in the beating heart of New York City’s Midtown, the hotel is within walking distance from ionic Big Apple locales. Central Park, the famous Fifth Avenue shopping district, and world-class restaurants are all at your doorstop. View some of the world’s finest collection of modern and contemporary art at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art), listen to the incomparable sounds of America’s greatest classical musicians at Carnegie Hall, or watch New York’s vibrant performing arts scene come to life at the Lincoln Centre – these places are all less than a mile from your hotel suite.
In St. Regis itself is the Astor Court, which contains an exquisite dining area under raised ceilings and falling chandeliers. Open 7am till late the stylish restaurant offers an array of international fine foods for breakfast, lunch, tea, and dinner. After a world-class dinner stroll over to the King Cole Bar, also located within the hotel. King Cole Bar is one of Manhattan’s most exclusive and prestigious cocktail bars. For the last century, New York City’s elite have been drawn through its doors on a nightly basis and it has served such patrons as Salvador Dali, Marilyn Monroe, Joe DiMaggio, Babe Paley and John Lennon.
The hotel has been awarded five stars from Forbes and carries with it a AAA Five-Diamond hotel ranking – one of the hardest awards to achieve in the hotel industry. The suites are beautiful and immaculately decorated and do well to preserve the hotel’s legendary status. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped onto the set of a sumptuous 1950s Hollywood film with the high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, bevelled mirrors and elegant crown mouldings.
Staying at the St. Regis will offer you the very best of one of the world’s greatest cities, with award winning service, elegant suites, and a stunning location.
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53 Welbeck Street