What are the rooms like at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park?

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Guest rooms at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park are luxurious and comfortable — a real treat given that many other Big Apple hotel rooms can be a tight squeeze. Here, rooms feature king-sized beds with stately carved-wood headboards; your bed will face a mahogany wood console holding your LG flat-screen television, mini-bar and glassware, and assorted shelving. Just next to the bed you’ll find a spacious desk should you need to spread out and get some work done — you’ll find Ritz-Carlton stationery and even Post-it Notes in the drawers. Standard guest rooms feature an oversized swivel armchair and side table, which are helpful should you opt not to sit on the bed while reading the provided book about artist Samuel Halpert, whose paintings can be found throughout the hotel.
Guest room décor matches that of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel at large: a pale yellow, cream and light brown color palette is used to complement the dark wood and plenty of gilded trim, creating a space that’s at once elegant and homey. Striped yellow fabric lines the walls and beige-green silk curtains add a luxurious touch. While the large “Parkview” rooms offer guests the best views, even if you’re in a standard-sized room, there’s no doubt in our minds that you’ll be charmed by the old-world feel of The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park’s guest rooms.

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