Mandarin Oriental Central Park
New York, United States of America
The Mandarin Oriental is one of New York’s most striking and sophisticated hotels with breathtaking views over Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, yet is also perfect for families wanting to be at the very heart of Manhattan.
At a Glance
Incredible views over Central Park or the Hudson River
Award winning five-star spa and indoor swimming pool
One of New York's hottest restaurants with views over the park
Direct access to the shops at Columbus Circle with high-end fashion and dining from Bouchon to Keller's Per Se
Walking distance from Central Park, the Rockerfeller, MOMA and theater district
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Ideally located on top of the Time Warner Center at the southwestern tip of Central Park near some of the city’s finest stores and restaurants, the Mandarin Oriental Central Park is a superb synthesis of opulent New York style and civilized Asian service.
There are 289 stylishly appointed rooms and suites that boast unrivalled views over either Central Park or the Hudson River, all fitted out with elegant décor and state of the art amenities. Families are particularly well catered to with connecting room options, welcome gifts for children and free games consoles, while babysitting is easily arranged.
The hotel’s magnificent spa, decorated with bamboo, stone and gold leaf, is an oasis of relaxation and rejuvenation high above New York City that will soothe away the grime and noise of the streets below, leaving you revitalized for them with an enhanced sense of wellbeing. Rare among New York hotels, there is also a 75-foot indoor lap swimming pool with views over the Hudson River.
Dining here is also superb, and Asiate is one of New York’s hottest restaurants serving up classic French cuisine with contemporary Asian influences, while the Lobby Lounge situated 280 feet above Central Park with glorious views of the Upper East Side, is the perfect spot for afternoon tea or a light snack. The MO Bar is a stylish spot for evening cocktails before or after going out.
New York is an exhilarating and invigorating city, and the concierge service will be only too happy to help you get the most out of your stay, whether you’d like to see a Broadway show, check out the latest downtown restaurant opening or visit Manhattan’s iconic sights.
The Mandarin Oriental has 289 sumptuous guest rooms, 80 of which are suites. All rooms offer stunning floor-to-ceiling views of either Central Park, the Manhattan skyline or the Hudson River.
There isn't a kids club, but the hotel can provide a whole host of equipment for babies, books & crayons, DVD’s, video games & games consoles and babysitting. There are twin rooms available and interconnecting rooms, as well as the ability to add in a rollaway extra bed into some room categories.
The main restaurant, Asiate, serves contemporary cuisine with Asian influences and has views of Central Park & the Manhattan skyline, The Lobby Lounge serves light meals & the hotel bar, Mobar, is a stylish cocktail venue. The Spa has 6 Treatment Rooms, as well as a Thai Yoga Suite and separate men’s and women’s areas and an indoor lap pool (75ft). There is also a gym with state of the art cardiovascular and weight training equipment and a fully equipped business center.
Babysitting, business facilities, spa boutique, concierge service.
Location & Directions
New York, United States of America
Located on the top of the Time Warner Center situated at the northwest arc of Columbus Circle. Steps away from Central Park, this unrivalled location offers the best of New York’s cultural epicenter and superb views over the park, city and Hudson river.
When to go
Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.