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Ritz Carlton New York Central Park vs Salisbury Hotel

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Ritz Carlton New York Central Park vs Salisbury Hotel



Ritz Carlton New York Central Park
Salisbury Hotel

 

Ritz Carlton New York Central Park

Salisbury Hotel

Address 50 Central Park South
New York
123 West 57th Street
New York
Phone 212-308-9100 212-246-1300
Class 5 star 2 star
Price From $695.00 to $845.00 From $179.00 to $218.99
Floors 22 floors 17 floors
Rooms 309 rooms 201 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Smoke Free
Spa
Luxury
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Non-smoking rooms
First Class Hotel


  1. Ritz Carlton New York Central Park
  2. Salisbury Hotel
Ritz Carlton New York Central Park

Synonymous with luxury and excellence, our 261-room hotel is a worldwide symbol for the finest in facilities, dining, and services. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central park offers a private townhome setting that is intimate and exclusive. Thoughtful property amenities include the North American debut of The La Prairie at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, a 24-hour complimentary Fitness Center, fine dining at Atelier, a French restaurant with American accents, the Club Lounge, which offers six fabulous food and beverage presentations daily, and oustanding scenic views of Central Park.



Salisbury Hotel

The Salisbury is a superior first-class hotel, located in the heart of 57th Street across from Carnegie Hall. The friendly and helpful staff will make the Salisbury feel like your home away from home. Guest rooms are comfortable and spacious with traditional American furniture and fine paintings. For business travelers, newly renovated corporate rooms and suites offer such amenities as dual-line speaker phones. Standard rooms are 28% larger than typical hotel rooms since the Salisbury was designed as an apartment (residential) hotel. The hotel is minutes from fine dining, shopping and entertainment.



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