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"Iconic NYC Hotel"
My husband and I spent a long weekend in New York, and decided to stay at the Waldorf Astoria via my Hilton Honors points. I have to say, the hotel is absolutely stunning, and almost intimidating (in a good way). We stayed in a superior king room, and our bed was extremely comfortable. The hallways were gorgeous. I felt like we were in a movie. I was told this hotel is closing in March to be renovated into condos... such a sad way to go out. None the less, our stay was fabulous and if you have a chance to go before it shuts down, do it!
"Waldorf home away from home"
Hotel is closing March 1 so things are starting to close down. Stores have out of business signs, no munchies in the bar, mini bar not filled, staff is feeling blue. I have been there for almost a year so I love it but it is closing
"It is closing and they are not fixing anything"
I have stayed here many times and love this hotel. However they are closing and don't care any longer. Very sad to see it go. The location is great, the rooms are a nice sized and it is a NYC icon that is no more.
"Not what i expected"
As a 5 star hotel I expected too much on this hotel,since its my first time to visit NYC i was very excited even just on a thought that i will stay at Waldorf which is one of the famous landmarks in NYC but we encountered arrogant staffs which is not very acceptable on this kind of Hotel.
We called in on the 2nd January just for a coffee to get out of the rain we were directed to bar/restaurant where very condensing staff served us with two cups of very average coffee for just 22 dollars I then went to the rest room what a state had to try 4 toilets before I could find a cleaning one with toilet roll what a difference to the Waldorf Astoria we had afternoon tea at in London
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM