Waldorf Astoria New York
301 PARK AVE New York, NY 10022
1,232 rooms, 27 floors
The Waldorf Astoria New York, the renowned New York luxury hotel in midtown Manhattan, offers elegant accommodations and amenities including boutiques, restaurants and banquet facilities. The Waldorf Astoria New York is the embodiment of luxury and splendor. An official New York City landmark since 1993, this legendary Art Deco treasure occupies an entire city block on fashionable Park Avenue. The hotel is walking distance to Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the world-famous galleries and shopping of Fifth Avenue. Each of the hotel's 1,415 guest rooms is individually and stylishly decorated to echo the sophisticated tastes of the hotel's clientele. The hotel offers a wide variety of accommodations-from spacious single rooms to grand multi-bedroom suites. All feature high speed internet access, dual-line telephones with voicemail, hair dryers and large marble bathrooms. Travelers return again to The Waldorf Astoria New York for timeless elegance, luxurious comfort, and classic sophistication.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Fitness Facility
- Kids Activities
- Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Executive Floor
- Interior Corridors
Bull and Bear Prime Steakhouse
One of the most historic and well-recognized bars in New York City, this celebrated steakhouse offers signature chops with Prime Angus steaks as well as seafood.
Peacock Alley Restaurant
Inspired by the grand social promenade that connected the original Waldorf and Astoria hotels, Peacock Alley today creates an environment in which “to see and be seen.” The restaurant is located in the heart of the bustling main lobby and features a bar, a discreet lounge, and a private dining salon. Pairing a classic and convivial ambience, Peacock Alley offers to our guests and New Yorkers Power Breakfast, an a la carte lunch menu, a distinctive dinner of small plates and traditional selections, and a sumptuous Sunday brunch.
Oscar's Brasserie Named for Oscar Tschirky, the maitre d' who defined the concept of epicurean public dining, Oscar's is the place to start the day right of. The venue is open for breakfast and lunch and engages diners with Waldorf-invented favorites such as Eggs Benedict and Waldorf Salad as well as bold and bountiful newcomers and overflowing salads.
Peacock Alley Bar & Lounge
Inspired by the grand social promenade that connected the original Waldorf and Astoria hotels, Peacock Alley today creates an environment in which “to see and be seen.” The elaborate bar and discreet lounge immerse hotel guests and New Yorkers in a classic and convivial ambience. By late afternoon, the mood shifts to jazz piano, inspired small plates, and artful cocktails with rare and house-infused spirits concocted by mixologist Frank Caiafa.