The St. Regis New York is located in the Midtown Manhattan and offers access to all of the luxuries of New York City. Central Park, Fifth Avenue shopping, world-class restaurants and award-winning theatre are within walking distance.
The St. Regis New York is fantastic.They met every demand and exceeded expectation. We've stayed there in the past and will again in the future. We were particularly pleased with the services of Ms. Laura McLean, and concierges Peter Kent and Robert Geist.Comment of H. Lucas G , United States the 2016-06-07
The St. Regis New York is fantastic. They met every demand and exceeded expectation. We've stayed there in the past and will again in the future.Comment of N. P Michael , United States the 2016-06-07
"Still nothing like it ; the best of the best"
The best hotel in the most perfect and convenient location in the best city in the world. Everything is always perfect at the St. Regis. The service is second to none. The rooms are perfect. The Butler service is a huge benefit. Rooms service, room deliveries, concierge services and the restaurant all exceeded expectations. George (server) in the King Cole Bar was wonderful and made our stay extra special. The St. Regis New York City receives my highest recommendation and is a must stay for business or pleasure or personal or a weekend getaway.
"Simply the Best "
I stayed at this property in December 2015 and was blown away by the level of service, and attention to every detail. In fact, it inspired me to seek out the brand for future vacations. I've since been to Punta de Mita, Abu Dhabi, and Saadyiat Island. Next up is DC and Bal Harbour. From the moment you arrive, everything is taken care of, and you walk into a charming and elegant experience. The building has been restored and it feels like you are walking back into time, in the best of all ways, stately excellence. The check-in area is quaint, the staff are attentive and welcome you upon arrival. My room was not ready at the time of check-in, and was lucky to be upgraded to the Dior Suite. What a treat! I was looking for the same experience from a year and a half ago, and it's still the same. Breathtaking views, excellent care of rooms and facilitates, elegant decor, while maintaining an initimate atmosphere. The only difference: I found the mattress to be less inspiring. I remember more of a pillow-top in the past, like laying on the clouds. The mattress this time was more firm, not bad, I still got a great night's sleep, just different. (And of course, this varies with one's preference.) This is a place where my expectations are always met, and frankly, surpassed. The St. Regis is without a doubt, the best address in NYC.
"Almost home after a 6 week trip!"
we decided to not go straight through to Bermuda from New Zealand so stopped off at the St Regis for a few days. As usual perfection-check in,housekeeping were so effortless.We were staying on the 7th floor and we had the nicest butler and i apologise for forgetting his name. The King Cole bar was uber busy but we managed to get 2 bar seats. The gym was well equipped and the staff that man the desk up there are very friendly I know you haven't had a spa there for years but i miss it! I thought with a hotel with this standard would definitely have a spa. Anyway it was so relaxing to be back and did diminish the last flight home
"Lots of changes since the 1970s"
New York City's St. Regis Hotel has undergone several renovations and has experienced several different owners in the last 50 years. My wife and I spent three days at the St. Regis after we were married in the late 1970s. On our most recent visit, we hardly recognized the place. My fondest memory of our first visit was being awakened at 6 o'clock on a Sunday morning by the sound of a fife and drum, then looking out the window onto Fifth Avenue and seeing three men marching up the street in Revolutionary War costumes, one with a drum, one with a fife and one carrying an American flag. Welcome to New York City, I said to myself. John Jacob Astor IV opened the St. Regis in 1904. In 1932, the iconic "Old King Cole" painting by Maxfield Parish, which had been created for Astor's defunct Knickerbocker Hotel, was moved to the St. Regis and made the centerpiece of a new bar, the King Cole Bar, which has remained a New York institution ever since. In 1934, the year after Prohibition ended, bartender Fernand Petiot invented a drink he called the "Red Snapper," which since has become known as the "Bloody Mary." In 1998, Starwood Hotel bought the St. Regis from Sheraton and made it the flagship of a new line of St. Regis Hotels and Resorts. Today, the St. Regis is a Forbes 5-star and AAA 5-Diamond hotel with 20 floors, 171 rooms, 67 suites and two restaurants. In 2006, the 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th floors were converted to private residences. In 2013, the entire hotel was renovated for $90 million. You can still get a grand view of Fifth Avenue and the Midtown Manhattan area. Our 450-square-foot DeLuxe Guest Room with a king-sized bed, Italian marble bathroom with double sinks, fully stocked mini-bar, complimentary high speed Internet access, 24-hour butler service, 24-hour room service and a fresh fruit basket was what you'd expect from one of the world's finest hotels.
"Not what it used to be!!!!!"
This hotel used to be luxurious, personalised, friendly and organised. People are now cold, not organised( rooms are NOT CLEANED ON TIME), the service is not responsive but the price is still very high!!!!! Only the location is good but overall stay away!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM