When it comes to luxury hotels in New York, Langham Place, New York, Fifth Avenue is hard to beat. From the moment you walk into the lobby, your "service stylist" makes sure your every wish is granted.
Located in one of the unique areas of New York where several different neighborhoods meet, the city is waiting for you just outside the hotel's front doors. Bryant Park, The Empire State Building, Herald Square, and even Rockefeller Center are within a fifteen minute walk. While Korea Town, Murray Hill, and the Flatiron District are right around the corner. If this is your first time in New York, a stay here will save you some serious trekking.
You'll also want to stay in and get pampered; dine at Ai Fiore, the hotel's Michelin starred restaurant, and get a spa treatment at the Chuan Body + Soul Spa.
The 60 floor building is comprised of hotel rooms, event spaces, a state-of-the-art gym, restaurants/bars, and a luxury spa. The place is so desirable that the higher floors are reserved for residents—that's right, you can actually live here year-round too!
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The Lap of Luxury at Langham Place Fifth Avenue
Situated in the center of the city with curated contemporary style and sumptuous amenities, The Langham Place, Fifth Avenue is the place for a luxurious Fifth Avenue stay in New York. And with 157 guest rooms and 57 suites, there is the right space for any traveler.
From the Empire State One Bedroom's floor to ceiling windows I had a view of New York life I've never seen before. The room itself was spacious; the entrance lead into a sitting room (complete with couch, television, and desk), to the separate bedroom, and two bathrooms. I also thought the espresso machine was an elegant touch to the overall decor. The room is equipped with a washer and dryer so you don't even have to worry about sending your laundry out. The hotel also provides complimentary services like pressing your clothing and replenishing beverages daily.
As a travel writer and blogger, I've had the opportunity to stay at some pretty impressive hotels and Langham Place, Fifth Avenue definitely falls into that category.