Best Rooms: The hotel only has 17 floors so there isn't much offered in the way of views, but most guests prefer a room on a higher floor facing Lexington Avenue. If you can spring for it, the two Skyloft Suites have wraparound terraces that offer incredible city views as well.
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: Rooms face either Park Avenue or 61st Street; the former offers a better view. Most rooms on Park Avenue are the larger One Bedroom or Two Bedroom Suites. There are only a few standard rooms facing this street.
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.
4 star hotel
Area: Midtown East
0.35 mi from Dahesh Museum
Best Rooms: If you get a room ending in an even number (e.g. 518, 1212), you'll have a little bit more of a street view because the neighboring building is farther away. However, these rooms are closer to the police and fire stations, so they may be a bit noisier.
Best Rooms: Most of the rooms in this hotel let in lots of natural light, thanks to the extra windows, but the only view offered is of Lexington Avenue (which can be seen from rooms at the front of the hotel).
Best Rooms: The hotel is surrounded by high-rises, so there isn't much in the way of views. Rooms along the Lexington Avenue side will give you more of a city view, although it's partially blocked by another hotel.