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Luxury Hotels to Lodge in New York City before the Summer ends

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A visit to one’s preferred travel destination is never complete without a hotel booking. From complaints about bugs to terrible customer service, it really does not take much to ruin a person’s perfect holiday. This article has been carefully curated to give the readers an idea about the best hotels to lodge at in New York city.

Ritz Carlton Hotel

Located at Madison and forty sixth street, this is one of the most famous hotels in New York City. Designed by Warren and Wetmore, the architects of the New grand central terminal and opened in 1911. The name was conceived by Cesar Ritz and his wife continued the expansion of the chain of hotels after his death. Incorporating a European luxury ambience, each guest room has a private bath.

Lighter fabrics are used to allow for thorough washing. The hotel has excellent service and great food to be expected from a five-star hotel. From some rooms, one could get a view of Central Park. It also has a spa and an indoor pool.

Ocean House
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Ocean house is a Victorian style Rhode Island iconic resort which overlooks the sea. Originally built on Bluff Avenue in Watch Hill, it is quite distinctive for its yellow sliding. After the demolition and reconstruction by the project architect, it has been named as one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. There is a sort of contrast between the interior and exterior. While the exterior has the old Victorian look, the interior is quite modern in comparison.

The rooms are well stocked with liquor and treats to snack on. Due to its location on the Atlantic Ocean, the water is quite cool even in the summer. Guests have access to complimentary Wi-Fi. There is a seasonal outdoor pool and twelve (12,000) foot spa. For people who like to have a view of nature at its finest, this is the best choice.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel
Mandarin Oriental Hotel

This hotel is located just a few minutes away from the 59th street Columbus circle subway station. It has branches in several cities across the world such as Hong Kong and Miami. Its accessibility and proximity to Central Park and fun places across the cities makes it the favorite of tourists who lodge there. It is children friendly and offers babysitting services for parents who want some alone time to explore the city.

It also offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a fitness center, free breakfast and twenty-four (24) hours room service. The staff is fluent in Mandarin and English which aids effective communication.

Four Seasons Hotel
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This hotel was built in September 1993 by Frank Williams and Associates together with Rossenwasser/ Grossman consulting Engineers. Located at 57 East Street in New York City, this building which is six hundred and eighty-two (682) feet tall has one of the most expensive hotel suites in the world. It is situated at a location which is easily accessible. The rooms are very spacious with large wardrobe compartments.

Guests often talk about how they serve the best waffles ever. The customer service is top notch and the staff is always courteous. They also have an alternative wheelchair entrance to TY bar and any of their facilities.

The Peninsula New York

Owned by the Hongkong and Shanghai hotels, this luxury hotel is located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 55th Street in New York City. It was designed by Hiss and Weekes in 1905, originally named Gotham hotel. The hotel has a fitness center, sundeck and a pool in a glass enclosed room. They also offer limousine transfer service to New York’s three main airports.

The cherry on the cakes is a rooftop bar where one could have a spectacular view of the sky.

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