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East meets West at Time Warner Center, has love child named Luxury. Elevator doors open on 35th floor lobby to Buddha and his front desk minions.
The Mandarin Oriental New York competes with the Four Seasons across town as the best-situated, most modern luxury hotel in the city.
Near Lincoln Center and adjacent to Central Park, this "modern and exciting" Asian-inspired hotel in the Time Warner Center has "exquisite city views". Full review →
Its most winning feature just may be its sweeping, floor-to-ceiling views. Full review →
Asian opulence comes at quite a price in this dramatic hotel.
Suites, however, are really what set this hotel apart, by creating enough stage space to make the hotel's Asian-influenced decor really dazzle. Full review →
Recognizes the hotel chain’s Far Eastern heritage while simultaneously capturing the individuality of New York. Full review →
MoBar on the 35th floor invites guests to lounge well into the evening, while the Lobby Lounge, though lacking views of the skyline, maintains the hotel's exceptional standard in service. Full review →
Towering over Central Park in the Time Warner Center building, the Mandarin Oriental’s location is within striking distance of Fifth Avenue, Broadway, and Lincoln Center. Full review →
Indulgent Zen palace floating above Columbus Circle with a sprawling spa and an inventive modern American restaurant. Full review →
The 251-room hotel... offers what it should: tip-top opulence. Full review →
Mandarin guests are treated to a seemingly limitless selection of haute cuisine hot spots and gourmet dining outposts-all quite literally at their doorstep.
The Mandarin Oriental, located across Columbus Circle from Central Park, offers a dizzying array of modern luxuries. Full review →
A plush palace of spacious, handsome rooms complete with Frette linens and floor-to-ceiling windows.
If views are what travelers are looking for, no other hotel in New York can compete. If high standards of service are sought, this place compares well with any. Full review →
With spectacular views of Central Park, the interior's Asian accents — fresh orchids, exotic purple and gold tones — merge with retro elements such as Art Deco chairs and tiled walls. Full review →
The luxurious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of the spectacular views. Full review →
As sumptuous and plush as the Four Seasons (a few blocks away) is slick and modern. Full review →
Occupying the 230 metre high Time Warner building since its launch over a decade ago, the hotel continues to push the boundaries of service and live up to its five-star expectations. Full review →
"Top of the line" rave supporters of this "modern yet elegant" Midtown luxury destination, where you'll need "money to burn".
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