October 26, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The St. Regis New York in New York, New York
Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, The St. Regis New York is within walking distance of lush Central Park, glamorous Fifth Avenue shopping, a collection of some of the world finest restaurants and New York's legendary theaters. An icon in a city filled with luxury, the St. Regis sets the standard for refinement and service. Inside the hotel find extraordinary amenities that include personal butlers, the decadent St. Regis Spa, a state of the art Fitness Center, savory appertifs and the legendary society club, King Cole Bar, and an exquisite menu prepared by famed chef Alain Ducasse at Adour Restaurant. Outside, find the magic of New York City waiting.
The luxurious interiors of the St.Regis radiate elegance. Public spaces are gracious yet intimate, while the Maxfield Parrish mural behind the bar of King Cole's Bar adds a touch of chic humor. Rooms and suites are exquisite, with custom-made furnishings and marble baths; several of the suites were designed by fashion masters Christian Dior and Bottega Venetta for the last word in style. Enjoying the many offerings of New York City is made easier with the St. Regis; before heading out stop in Astor Court for a refreshing breakfast, return in the afternoon for a quick work out and soothing massage and facial, then meet friends at King Cole Bar for a drink before dinner at Adour, and a night on the town, in the city that never sleeps.
Location of The St. Regis New York
Nearest Airport: LGA
Reviews for The St. Regis New York
worst experience ever!! Hotel is a disgrace and if you aren't a regular or a someone they treat you like dirt!! to say this hotel is luxury is a joke!! I reserved four rooms and still got treated like a bum off the street. never stay here when so many other hotels to choose from unless you don't mind being treated by idiots!!
Robert S - New York City, New York
I really did enjoy our visit at the St Regis. Was it stuffy? Yes, but the staff was so accommodating it didn't bother me. Our butlers were great, as was concierge. Check in was a little bumpy, as the room wasn't ready until 4 pm on the dot, even though our arrival time was communicated well in advance. The Astor Court was nice, but seemed to cater to more the international "jet set" than me and my family. Room was impeccably clean and over the top opulent. Although it was loud at night for this Midwestern suburban mom. The curtains were not true "black outs", but I did get used to that. Overall, we loved our stay but the last day kinda ruined it. Apparently Mike Pence was in town. (Gasp..) He had a St Regis speaking engagement. Anyways, the secret service and lovely police (ha!) Descended on the hotel and made sure to make everyone else's visit less than swell. We waited over 20 minutes to get an elevator because they shut some down for him. When we arrived in the lobby (with our 1 year old and stroller in tow), we went towards the elevator that took us to the street (we had been doing this routine for several days now). However, the secret service (I think) stopped us and said we couldn't use the elevator. They then proceeded to say "figure it out" on how we would get out with a baby and stroller through the revolving door and stairs. I was so fired up I didn't even enjoy the musuem we went to afterwards. On our way back the same day to check out, the entire hotel was blocked off. I went up to a NYPD officer who said no one gets in! I asked her how long...she said "I don't know, you'll just have to wait." (As I think she rolled her eyes at me). After about 25 minutes of standing on the street (still a baby in tow who was getting fussy), we were allowed back in. Upon check out I expressed my concerns. I told them I realized it was not the hotel but the hotel allowed the event to occur, thus allowing various law enforcement to treat the paying customers like dirt. The response I got was an apology (thank you) and a "next time you stay we will make your stay is really nice". I am not an international traveler. I saved money to be able to stay here. I didn't plan on coming back even before the unfortunate events occurred. However, I am not sure that was the best response given the nature of complaint. Hope it's better next time...basically? So that's the St Regis nyc. Nice, but just pray no one "important " is staying there when you are!
Comfortable, elegant suites and huge bathrooms, very well located. The service is correct , it is a five star but as in most luxury hotels in NY it lacks warmth. Very close to Saks and Central Park. The city view suite I booked was dark and the living room decor a bit outdated. There is no coffee machine in the rooms. It s a must have~ ...
cucuruchito - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hard product is difficult to fault although service left a lot to be desired on more than one occasion - it was difficult to get served at breakfast even though there were very few other guests seated at the time as an example. The table in front of me and I ended up raising our hands to eventually have someone take our orders it took so long. This is after I tried to make eye contact with staff who looked straight at me and then went to seat new diners without ever coming back to me or alerting someone else I needed assistance. Things I loved: Beautiful room and bathroom. Package room for convenient place to send mail, car service. If the hotel was less expensive and service better I would return. Currently it is something I'm just content to do once.
MsHellfire - Boston, Massachusetts
We stayed at the St. Regis for three nights for an extended weekend. Everything was perfect from the beginning until the end. The personal butler was friendly and attend edto all of our needs. The Bentley was a great way to get to restaurants in the evening. I canâ€™t think of a better place to stay n New York.
CM4291 - Halifax, Canada