New York City, NY

Our family experience at Mandarin Oriental New York

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Mandarin Oriental New YorkDaniel Haddad

Mandarin Oriental is consistently one of our favourite brands worldwide and their luxurious New York location is no exception. The grand and stylish five star hotel is perched above the vibrant city offering panoramic views of Central Park, the Hudson River, and NYC’s captivating skyline. Their welcoming staff ensure you have world class service from the moment you step out of your car, assisting with every request and ensuring you have a seamless and personalised stay.
tentDaniel Haddad

We instantly fell for our Hudson River Suite with some of the best views we’ve seen in the city. Our spacious and decadent living area incorporated stunning floor to ceiling wraparound windows, a long dining table, and cozy lounge space. Mandarin Oriental is always welcoming to families and they even set up a sweet and memorable area for our kids with a cute tent, stuffed toys, and a cookie decorating kit. Our master bedroom was also a five star dream. The sumptuous bed ensured you slept well each night and we were awed by the equally impressive views from all corners of our room and bathroom. A separate bathroom at the entrance and a sofa bed makes it easy to accommodate families travelling with children and the team always made sure we had all we needed in our suite to feel right at home.

Located in Columbus Circle you are will find the hotel is connected to a shopping centre where you’ll easily find shops, restaurants, and even a Whole Foods at the bottom level.  Central Park is directly across the street and we loved exploring the plethora of local cafes and eateries in the nearby neighbourhood. Boasting some of the best views and suites in the city it’s hard to beat the Mandarin Oriental for your NYC visit or staycation.

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