St. Regis New York
In the heart of Manhattan, a refined atmosphere and gracious service rank The St. Regis New York among the top hotels. In 2011 it received the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award for the 18th consecutive year.
An impeccable staff prides itself in far exceeding expectations. Dine and entertain in Adour Alain Ducasse, Astor Court and King Cole Bar or host a gathering in one of our 15 perfectly appointed function rooms.
The 164 guest rooms and 65 suites feature the elegance of custom-made furnishings, including silk wall coverings and antiques that personalize spacious accommodations. St. Regis Butler Service ensures that preferences are known, each detail finessed.
Inside the hotel, guests can condition with a personal trainer at the fitness center or relax and rejuvenate at Remède Spa. Each floor has an assigned butler to meet your needs. Work out with one of our Personal Trainers or use the treadmills, stationary bikes, stairmaster, elliptical trainers and Life Fitness machines, all with individual TVs. Remède Spa is committed to creating an exceptional experience for each guest.
Whether you would like tickets for a Lincoln Center Performance or a recommendation on the best restaurant in town, our concierge is always available with the knowledge and desire to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.
St. Regis Butler Service has been a treasured hallmark of the St. Regis experience for over one hundred years. From a perfectly pressed suit to a favorite book at hand, no request is too small or unattainable.
Condo with 1 level
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1455 square feet, 136 square meters
King and King
4 guests maximum
40 minutes by car
New York City View
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Broadway show
- Remède Spa
- Museum of Modern Art
Places of Interest
- Carnegie Hall
- Rockefeller Center
- Grand Central Station
- Central Park
King Room at St Regis
Well-appointed King Room (1BR/1 Bath) in a top-notch hotel. Great location, helpful concierge, decent workout room. King Cole Lounge is a classic. Thank you to 3H and owner for making this property available to us on short notice! ”
World class Hotel and world class service. I look forward to returning soon. ”
YES WADE, IT IS FANTASTIC, PLUS EVERY GOOD THING I CAN SAY, IT IS UNIQUE. We had great time. The St. Regis is great and it's location is very nice. Jose de Yturbe ”
What A Dame!
The Grande Dame of the New York hotel scene, the St Regis Hotel can still keep pace with some of its racier, younger, possibly even sexier competition in Manhattan. Situated a couple of blocks south of Central Park in Midtown you are under no illusion about the St Regis' sublime pedigree from the abundance of fresh, white lilies adorning the gold and marble French Beaux Arts style reception area. This hotel was, after all, built by Jacob Astor in 1904 and you can just imagine the well-heeled, turn-of-the-century clientele swanning through the glamorous vestibule on their way to take tea, no doubt to orchestral accompaniment, in the lounge. Today though, this hotel hits a different note, somewhere between golden age comfort and modern day convenience. It may not be the best (whatever that means), the chicest, the most cutting edge but it is sure in the right place and the service is as exceptionally highly polished as the hotel's brass name plate. Only the faintest of clues need be given to the likeable gents at the concierge desk as to what you might fancy for lunch and your wish is their command. Our clue was 'lobster' and, before a list of suitable opportunities had finished cascading from Robert's mouth like a deck of cards being squirted through the fingers of a magician's hand, we were off in a cab, completely confident in our choice. Ed's Lobster - utterly fabulous! For this trip, we were treating another couple who, in turn, were treating us to some time on their Oyster 72 in the Caribbean. So, it was with some, as it turned out unnecessary, toe-curling reticence that we peered round the door into the room as our friends serged forward behind us to check that they hadn't come off worse on the deal. What a pleasant surprise! We were given a two room layout which perfectly sandwiched a shared living room space. Lemons and creams (somehow not at all like a cheesecake) adorn the rooms giving a light and relaxed feel and the ceilings are wonderfully high. The bathrooms are very roomy too with both a bath and a shower with sufficient acreage to hold a decent wet and wild party. Probably harking back to the old days when they really knew how to do things. There's one thing about visiting a big city though, that is common to all. Darned right exhaustion sets in at some stage, usually before days end. Yes, it's all very well getting up jet-lagged and wired to consume at 4.30 am but by lunchtime the shine wears off a little. By late afternoon, all the bullish talk of how many martinis one was going to get amongst that evening wanes as the call for a little downtime screams louder than your feet can scream back, 'Decompression'! It is this time, the downtime, when the St Regis comes quite rightfully into its own. So quiet, so calm, so elegant so, well, wisely experienced in looking after its guests. Ahhhh... ”
The Pinnacle of Service in NYC
In a town that prides itself on stellar customer service, The St. Regis really sets the standard in the hotel and residence club sector. We had a very busy week in town and nothing was ever too much trouble for any of the staff. What the St. Regis does brilliantly is provide the highest level of service without you having to see anybody. But, if you need something, someone is on-hand immediately. The bed was one of the most comfortable I have slept in anywhere in the world - so comfortable in fact that it negated any hint of jet lag. Their unique personal Butler service was a real treat too - just leave your scuffed, New York pavement worn shoes outside before 11pm and by the time you wake up, they have been beautifully restored to their former glory complete with shoe-trees and in a cotton pouch. If you ever get the chance to experience the St. Regis, it will be the stay that you judge all future trips against.”