Waldorf Astoria New York reviews

  • AlecD123 (3 May 2017): A gem: I had the pleasure of spending about 4 days here before they closed. Room was a bit worn down but I knew that would be the case going into this. A staff member was more than happy to chat with me about some of the history of this old gem. Tales of past presidents, celebrates and royal guests. Service was...
  • Kanel06 (2 May 2017): A Pleasant Stay: We stayed there my husband and I with another couple on May 2016. The hotel itself is one of the most famous and old hotels in New York.It is located in the best area of Manhattan, close to everything; shops, restaurants...etc. The lobby is huged and nice, many check in counters but still you need to wait due to the...
  • Andrew F (27 April 2017): True Opulence: Sophisticated service from the moment you get down your car to the seamless check-in was a great pleasure for me since it was always a dream to visit. I was a guest by a business contact and was truly appreciative of one of the best nights of sleep in my life.
  • Travel1723 (22 April 2017): Grand old lady's sad demise!: Disappointing.........it is all coming down so no-one cares. Our suite was so disappointing, wallpaper peeling from the walls, interior doors with no lock mechanism, stained carpet. Breakfast was a delight. Staff were pretty hopeless......all moving on. They still charged the big bucks, but the hotel rooms have all been let deteriorate. The hotel foyer and restaurants were still grand. The...
  • ddoueiry (19 April 2017): New York mystery: It was an amazing stay in Waldorf Astoria Hotel. An amazing historical hotel with high ceilings, pieces of Art, astonishing ancient clock in the middle of the reception area. We were able to see foreign visitors entering the hotel lobby only to have photos. Everybody was amazed by this beautiful old hotel. I knew that it is under renovation now....