Waldorf Astoria New York

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  • My review is long overdue from my trip, but when I read the doors were closing for renovations, I realized I never wrote my review. I came here during the summer and couldn't wait to stay here as it is an Iconic piece of NYC. But I'm glad to hear that it will be getting an overhaul, I hope all the historic charm will be kept but added modern amenities be incorporated. The hotel is grand as it was intended. There is very beautiful pieces of art here, but it is very dated. The hotel keys and locks work on and off, and you have to go all the way down to the lobby to get a new key. The lobby is fairly dark and dated as well. The carpet throughout the hotel has definitely seen better days. The room as grand as the suite was, it sure was dated. The AC is not very easy to find where to control it and makes it difficult to cool down such a grand room. The furniture is abundant but not very functional. The changing room is amazing, but also dated and not too functional. The bathroom is grand and large but mostly wasted space, the shower is tiny, the toilet has no door to it, so you can't really have two people occupying the bathroom since there is no door to the toilet. The tub wasn't all that grand either. The butlers corner was large but very dark and not too useful, the fridge is quite small for such a grand room. We scheduled a spa appointment but never got the chance to go due to confusions. There was no mini bar menu in the room although there was plenty of other hotel books in the room. I would say the hotel is more iconic and historic than it is functional and luxurious to stay at.

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  • No longer an upscale destination. Great service and couldn't ask for better attention as a top tier member. But, the facilities and amenities are sub par. Even renovated rooms are dated and 3 star at best. As a nasty smoker this was my go to hotel until that was phased out. If willing to spend the same or more then there are many better options within a few blocks and for the same $ or less you can get more modern amenities across the street at the DoubleTree. (prefer the warm cookies instead of the drink tickets anyway). Not a disappointment to see it closed for a real face lift this time.

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  • Yes, this is the famous Waldorf Astoria. If you have a lot of money to spend, do it here - it will be an amazing experience! If you don't, stay elsewhere...the rooms for us middle class citizens are small, there are no amenities, and little in the way of views.

  • Wanted to stay during the final days before it changes and no longer exists. It was ok. What made this place remarkable were the memories of its glorious years

  • The room was amazing. So clean with a breathtaking view. The housekeeping team was incredible. Really enjoyed my stay. Will be recommending to others. The only thing I didn't like was when I called before checking in to see if a room would be available two hours before check in time, the employee that answered was very rude. But aside...

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