Stylish and sophisticated, the London NYC merges the flair of both its namesake cities, with the added bonus of Gordon Ramsay's first stateside restaurant. Each of the spacious, tech-savvy suites (some of the largest in New York at 500 square feet) has custom furniture, like an embossed-leather desk and Egyptian-cotton bedding. Bathrooms are equally well styled, with a Waterworks double-head shower and mosaic tiles. For the ultimate splurge, book the 54th-floor duplex, the London Penthouse, the highest hotel room with views of Central Park. The in-house British concierge service, Quintessentially, attends to your every whim with tireless charm.
Mar 28, 2008
I stayed on the 40th floor in a regular King-sized room.....there was a sitting room separate from the bedroom, a nice dressing/closet area and beautiful bathroom. My room was clean, and gorgeous.....anytime I had a request, the service was prompt and polite. I moved to a boutique hotel for the last part of my stay in NYC because I was traveling alone, and I somehow felt the London was a bit pricey and too impersonal. But my room was definitely
modern and clean.....Others have complained about street noise.....but being one of the world's great sleepers, that didn't bother me! If you want a modern, stylish, sleek hotel, this would be the place for you. If you want a more quaint, boutique-style hotel, this would not be the place for you!