Best Rooms: Park View rooms provide the best views of Central Park and the city, as they're located on the highest floors of the hotel.
Best Rooms: Deluxe rooms on a high floor that face 64th Street offer the best views, other than the suites, of course.
Best Rooms: Park View Rooms offer the best views, which are of Central Park. There are only two of them: one located on floor 2 and the other on floor 12. However, these must be directly through the hotel.
5 star hotel
Area: Midtown East
0.30 mi from Central Park Zoo
Best Rooms: If you're looking for a view of Central Park, be sure to request a room above floor 7, because some of the trees across the street can block the views from lower floors. Parkview Deluxe Rooms are the best option for a view of Central Park because they're located on the higher floors (12 and higher). If you'd like to stay in a suite, Deluxe Parkview Suites and Premier Parkview Suites both provide views of Central Park. All rooms and suites with a view are non-smoking and have 1 king bed. There aren't any rooms with double beds that offer views.
Best Rooms: Standard guestrooms are located on floors 4 - 10 and have either a park view or a courtyard view. Park views are preferred, on any floor.
5 star hotel
Area: Lincoln Square
0.48 mi from Central Park Zoo
Best Rooms: Park View rooms offer the best views, which are of Central Park; the higher the floor you're on, the more expansive the views will be. If you want a good city view, be sure to request a room that's on floor 20 or higher.
Best Rooms: Deluxe rooms facing south on the higher floors will have a view of Midtown, while Deluxe rooms facing north will have a view of Uptown. The Midtown view is a bit more appealing. There's a building between the hotel and Central Park, so the Central Park views may not be ideal. The hotel always fills the higher floors first, so you'll have a good chance of getting a room with a view if you book early.