New York Luxury

JonathonNewbe
Swing
joined:11/2/13
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 02:56am
I am going to New York in May is Park Hyatt or Mandarin Oriental the Best Hotel in New York
FishermanBob
Broadway Star
joined:7/9/12
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 03:10am
Neither. Try the New Ebony Hotel on 112th st. right off Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. for the finest accomodations New York has to offer.
JonathonNewbe
Swing
joined:11/2/13
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 03:16am
I am looking for luxury as in part of virtuoso network to be exact. So I can work with a virtuoso agent
rosscoe(au)
Broadway Legend
joined:8/20/05
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 03:54am
The four season would be up amongst the top hotels as well
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JonathonNewbe
Swing
joined:11/2/13
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 04:01am
yes but no pool four seasons is one that I am considering
Jordan Catalano
Broadway Legend
joined:10/9/05
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 05:15am
The Hotel Carter is where many luxurious opening night parties are held and has been featured on TV.
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FishermanBob
Broadway Star
joined:7/9/12
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 06:16am
The Senton Hotel on 27th street right off 5th avenue. Unparalleled luxury and pretty sure it's part of your network. Even if it isn't, worth going outside of your network to stay there.
henrikegerman
Broadway Legend
joined:4/29/05
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 07:33am
Many other candidates: Peninsula, Nomad, Mercer, Crosby, Lowell, The Mark, etc.
ClydeBarrow
Broadway Legend
joined:6/20/12
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 09:44am
Which hotel has diamond-encrusted toilets? Pick that one.
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indytallguy
Stand-by
joined:7/13/08
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 09:47am
Park Hyatt will be brand new so I imagine it will rank near the very top since the company wants to plant a flag with returning a Park Hyatt to its NYC portfolio.
Sutton Ross
Broadway Star
joined:7/20/13
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 12:13pm
I guess it depends what part of town you would like to stay in. Trump SoHo is fantastic, The Peninsula is perfection and Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park has very beautiful harbor views. Enjoy your fancy stay!
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Mr Roxy
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 12:55pm
A Broadway theater ticket
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dramamama611
Broadway Legend
joined:12/4/07
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 02:34pm
Yes, just does how one book a room with that?

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The Glenbuck Laird
Chorus Member
joined:8/25/13
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 03:23pm
Have you tried the YMCA on 63rd? GROI
Mr Roxy
Broadway Legend
joined:5/17/03
New York Luxury
Posted: 11/2/13 at 04:00pm
Hotel Carter is the in spot
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