The most popular luxury hotels in NYC

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New York City is home to a plethora of luxury hotels, but if you’re looking for the best places to stay on your next visit, look no further. Baroque Travel offers the best of the best, some of the most popular luxury hotels in the city


Ask any travel expert where to stay in New York City, and they will give you a list of their favorites. And for 2016, we’ve answered that question to help you find the best of the best luxury hotels in Manhattan. Here is Baroque Travel’s list of four fabulous favorites…


Top of the pops is The Peninsula, but seriously right behind is the Waldorf Astoria, Four Seasons Hotel NYC and Ritz-Carlton Central Park South. Yes, there are numerous others worth a stay, too many to mention, but these are four of our very best.


The Peninsula comes out tops for numerous reasons. For starters, there’s its stunning rooftop bar, where you can enjoy a drink after a long day accompanied by one of the most breathtaking city views. Even in winter, the bar is crowded, as there are heaters to keep away the chill. There’s also the hotel’s state-of-the-art spa and pool, both located high above Fifth Avenue. Which brings us to another reason: the hotel is on Fifth Avenue. Need we say more? The hotel has an idyllic central location.


Next on the list is the astounding Waldorf Astoria, one of the city’s most historic and beautiful establishments. Here, luxury knows no bounds so if you’re looking for a traditional luxe experience, look no further. From the moment you arrive in the bustling lobby, you know you’re in the heart of the city, and are about to enjoy one of the most pampering luxury experiences imaginable. Of course, so many famous people have stayed here, which is another part of the Waldorf Astoria’s charm.


Both the Ritz-Carlton’s location on Central Park South is stunning, the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea or a business meeting at breakfast. This Art Deco establishment offers breathtaking views of the Park not to mention the charm and elegance of a private, plush home. Its restaurant, Auden Bistro & Bar, is known for offering superb cuisine and its spa is just as legendary. And being in Manhattan’s shopping and culinary heart is another big draw card.

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