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We stayed here for 2 nights and 3 days. It was a very vintage/Victorian type hotel. It was not your typical very modern and luxurious stay but rather a luxurious stay from the past. Presidents and celebrities of the past have stayed here and I know that was a big thing in the hotel because there were pictures of it all over the hotel. It was a pleasant and memorable stay for me as it was in the Grand Ballroom that my now husband proposed to me :) I also had my nails done at the Guerlain spa, it was awesome but quite pricey fro someone who can pay that price for both a mani and pedi here in Toronto. Overall, not too bad :)
What shame, the last guest vacates the hotel in March 2017 and no one can explain the hotels destiny. Wonderful accommodations full of rich history and warm amenities. The rooms still have medicine cabinets, thick doors, comfortable and clean bedding. The only downside is the lack of electrical outlets to power your PDA and modern electrical gadgets. Wonder through the hall ways and you'll see classic photos of special dignitary guest. No one can explain the hotels destiny with its new owner... stay while you can - see it in its glory - classical hotel!
"A great splurge"
Wondeful hotel in a great part of town. Close to everything, walking distance. Definitely on the pricier side but worth the money. Rooms are a very good size by New York standards. Very clean. Service at the hotel excellent most of the time, did come across a desk clerk that could have been more helpful considering we had issues with a room key that were an error on the hotels part. Lobby restaurant is pricey but food is good. Less expensive hotels are available but staying at the Waldorf makes you feel as if you're staying in a piece of New York history.
"Switched from King bed to queen"
Booked a king size room in March for a stay in October. Was given a queen bed. Front desk argued with me even though my confirmation showed the king room. My travel agent had to call hotel to resolve.
"Lovely but a little aged around the edges"
The Waldorf has wonderful service and a lovely old world style. I stayed in a non-renovated room. That section of the hotel is a little worn around the edges. The service was excellent but the in-room menu does leave a little to be desired -- not much selection and not as good as the restaurant menus.
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