Best Rooms: The hotel has both Park View and City View rooms. The Park View is requested more often and is nicer to have during the day, but the city lights make the City View rooms more desirable at night.
Best Rooms: When it comes to views, nothing beats the Park View rooms. Park View rooms come in a variety of room categories and all offer panoramic views of Central Park. City View rooms all offer a nice view of the Manhattan skyline, but these are not as popular as the Park View rooms. Executive rooms are about the same size as Deluxe rooms, but they're located on higher floors and therefore provide better views.
Best Rooms: Booking a Grand Luxe Room guarantees you a city view, because these face 5th Ave. and are located on the higher floors; these are also the largest studio rooms. Junior Suites are located on the corners of the hotel, where you'll be able to see 5th Ave. and either 55th or 54th St.
Best Rooms: The front side of the hotel along 64th St. offers better views of the city, especially from floors 11 & 12.
Best Rooms: The hotel isn't high enough to provide spectacular views, but a room facing the exterior will give you a nice view of Madison Ave. or 52nd St. If you'd like a street view and a quiet room, a Premier Room above floor 8 is likely your best option.
Best Rooms: Since the tower rooms start on floor 28, virtually every room has a good view of the city. However, the best views come from Luxury Suites located at the corners of the hotel, as these rooms have more expansive city views. Also, lots of guests tend to prefer rooms that face the East River; these rooms are available in almost every category.
Best Rooms: Request a room on floor 15 or higher facing 50th St.; you'll have a nice view of the city buildings and if you have a balcony, then you may be able to see the East River from it.