The MO is just remarkable in every way. Great location, right near Central Park and 5th Avenue. And the location is right next to a mall which has many great restaurants including Per Se and The Porter House. You do not have to go outside to get there. That is such a plus. Service that is amazing in every way. Beauty from the lobby to your room. The rooms are wonderful. Anything you need, they will make it happen. The MO is expensive but what a joy to get what you pay for. I can not say enough great things about this hotel. Oh, the views of Central Park are not too shabby.
Easily one of the best hotels in NYC. If you are looking to explore midtown it is great. The shopping centre is attached to the hotel and lots of dining options around the hotel. Will explore during the summer when access to the parks will be more desirable.
The Mandarin is the only hotel we will ever stay in when we come to Manhattan. We have stayed 4 times now and each time was fantastic. After our first stay I was incredibly impressed with the staff's treatment and remembering us upon our future stays. We are always greeted as if we live there and the accommodations are top notch. Room service and the restaurant in the main lobby are fantastic. The views from the park suites are incredible. I could go on forever about how much we love this hotel.
this was my first stay at New York Mandarin and found that your hotel is the best in Manhattan from location, services, facilities, etc. Would be much more comfortable if you have a morning buffet for breakfast in addition to ala carto. The view from the room and the swimming pool was fantastic and I really enjoyed the stay and hope I will be back soon in my next trip.
I have stayed in many Mandarin locations around the world and my room in NY was by far the worst. The room looked circa 1980's and am sure hasn't been updated since built. It even had a nasty shower curtain ala a Motel 6. For almost $1,000 per night, there are many better options in NYC.
Located next Central Park it is a great location for exploring this part of nyc. The hotel in it self starts at 35th floor and upwards. It is a bit dated but everything works perfect. The best part is the pool and gym, really great. The breakfast is good with a magnificent view, though a bit pricey. What do you thing about a regular coffee for 16,50 dollars. A yogurt bowl with granola and fresh berries for 28 dollars? Well, nyc is expensive but this is 50% more than at four seasons where I stayed the day before. Things that puzzled me is that there is no complimentary water in the room, nor tea and coffee. Strange. Contacted them regarding this via the suggested qr-code (e.g whatsup), but no reply at all.
We live in NYC. My spouse surprised me with a night at the Mandarin on Columbus Circle for my birthday. The Mandarin is located 35 floors above Columbus Circle which for many rooms, affords breathtaking views of Central Park. Our room had a nice view of Central Park. We were in a suite. The windowed bathroom was very nice, but the view was of construction. The toiletries are all made by Diptych. There was a nice bottle of wine and a lovely cake waiting for me when we entered the suite. The fitness center with pool is really pretty. We ordered room service for breakfast that was excellent. I think that for all of its allure and glamour, they may want to touch up the carpeting and decor overall.
Great location of the hotel. Very good breakfast. Very nice attitude Danielle from reception but who is an absolute star is Tea from Concierge - very professional, helpful, smiling - and has extremely good tips on restaurants! Congratulations! :-))
always top notch. this visit did not disappoint. well done mandarin nyc. from the location to rooms/service. hard to beat this hotel. that is saying a lot with all the five star choices in nyc. the 35th floor lobby has beautiful views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. great spot to get a bite to eat or drink and relax.
The Mandarin Oriental New York is an Asian inspired hotel towering 54 floors above Central Park and Columbus Circle. The hotel benefits from it's sky-bound-tower with floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, affording stunning views of the cityscape. I enjoyed my Central Park View, King, accented by art and Asian decor with the likes of Buddha sculptures amongst others. The accommodations were luxe with a muted colour palette and floor-to-ceiling windows provided hoovering Central Park views. The seating area with a desk and chaise lounge made the surroundings, homey. Plenty of high-tech room appliances injected every comfort into the stay. The bathroom was sensuous, with granite and marble fixtures, a walk in shower and a deep soaking tub. The MO Lounge is the all day American Asian restaurant which provides a exemplary dining experience, elaborate ambiance and exceptional dishes along with with well crafted cocktails. The Hand Cut Pasta and the Chinese Egg Noodle Soup were supremo. Other amenities at the Mandarin were a gorgeous, alluring Spa, a Fitness Center and 75 ft. Lap Pool. This combination of Wellness facilities allowed me to maintain my exercise and health program. So, if you would relish an Asian inspired hotel with awesome cityscape views............. .......then try the ................Mandarin Oriental New York.............Asian Elegance.…