The Waldorf Towers NY is located at 100 East 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan, just blocks away from the United Nations Headquarters complex on the far east-side of Manhattan Island.
Accommodations are all decorated in an individual style with antiques and reproductions coherent with the individual theme of each of the European Old World environments selected for a room. Various rooms house some furnishings relocated from the Waldorf-Astoria that stood initially on the site that is the location of the Empire State Building.
All rooms include large marble bathrooms, international television channels, complimentary newspapers, a kitchenette or wet bar and a safe, among other amenities.
The Guerlain Spa, available to guests and non guests alike, provides a vast number of treatment options for skin care, hand and foot treatment, a variety of massages options and even make up for special occasions as well as a cardio vascular fitness center.
It seeks to customize therapies to the individual, combing varied treatments of different durations.
The fitness studios of the spa are found on the 19th floor accessible from the Park Avenue elevators. Personal trainers are available at the spa, which is open from 5:30 AM to 10 PM during weekdays and from 7 AM to 8 PM on weekends.
The spa boutique is just east of the main lobby at the Waldorf Astoria boasting a product line of makeup, skin care and fragrances and also serves as a booking agent for spa reservations.
The spa offers full day experiences as well as a menu of individualized treatments that start at only 30 minutes duration. The spa provides complimentary valet parking for its clients and is open from 9 AM to 9 PM on Monday through Saturday with reduced hours on Sunday (10 AM to 6 PM).
Four full restaurants with diverse cuisines are available within the hotel itself as well as two additional lounge/bar venues.
The hotel dining most renowned is the Sunday brunch that is served in the main lobby by the Peacock Alley restaurant. Twelve separate stations are featured that are prepared by the team of 14 chefs.
A variety of meeting rooms and conference spaces are available on different floors of the Waldorf Towers NY, as well as sixty wedding spaces at the towers and the adjoining Waldorf Astoria.
A number of permanent residences are available in the Waldorf Towers, NY, which have been home to the likes of Frank Sinatra and Mamie Eisenhower to name but a few of the famous tenants. These apartments range from one to as many as six bedrooms and include service entrances and dining halls that comfortably seat as many as 20 people with a full range of amenities that come with hotel living such as maid service, installed technology and access to the fitness center, the concierge and room service.