New York is the top travel destination in the country. This bustling city with an iconic architectural skyline is spotted with luxury hotels. The busiest area is Midtown where you can find some of the finest hotels of the world. When money is no object, delve into the unparalleled splendor; enjoy spectacular views, sumptuous rooms and exquisite service of a New York luxury hotel.
If you are going to New York on a business trip, Park Central New York Hotel is the best place to start your New York travel. This hotel has recently had a $65-million facelift. Modern business amenities include broadband, in-room safes and an extra telephone set in the bathroom. Those who care for their fitness can enjoy the private fitness center that features cardiovascular and weight training equipment.
If you are seeking graceful elegance and sophistication in a New York hotel, stay at the Jumeirah Essex House on Central Park. This New York hotel redefines luxury in the heart of Manhattan. Built in 1931, this hotel is a great blend of period charm and modern comforts. The pristine Art Deco interiors are the best in the country. The lobby conducts art programs where you can learn more about top New York attractions. At the Lobby Lounge, you can enjoy appetizers and other culinary delights. The Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a beautiful setting.
Those looking for a suite will can check-in at the Sofitel New York. Located between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, this hotel has non-smoking floors and rooms have a 1930s Parisian décor accentuated with black and white photography of the city hanging from the walls. Dine at the upscale in-house restaurant Gaby which serves classic French cuisine. The business amenities include video teleconferencing and professional event planning. Theater lovers will enjoy the nearby Theater District, which has over 40 theatres showcasing Broadway and off-Broadway shows.
For an exquisite European experience, look up The Michelangelo Hotel which is known as the only European luxury boutique hotel in Midtown, the city's business, cultural, theater and shopping district. French chandeliers, hand-carved antique furnishings and Renaissance artwork give the place a glamorous Italian feel. Nearby attractions include the Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Radio City Music Hall and the Empire State Building apart from the famous Broadway Theatre District.