Mandarin Oriental, New York

An Asian-inspired New York oasis
Every element at Mandarin Oriental, New York — from the gingko metal design finishes on the revolving doors and elevators to the framed kimonos hanging in the hallways to the Chinese gold throw pillows on the beds in the notably large rooms — reflects a sophisticated Asian aesthetic that recognizes the hotel chain’s Far Eastern heritage while simultaneously capturing the individuality of New York.

What’s more, the Five-Star hotel is dedicated to Asian-style service, which is polished, professional, and unparalleled. From receiving a welcome drink upon arrival to enjoying MO Lounge’s all-day menu of contemporary American dishes and craft cocktails, you’ll be pampered at every turn.

The Columbus Circle location ensures that you’re in the thick of the action, just steps from Central Park, Broadway theaters and top-notch museums, but for a little time out in the Big Apple, don’t miss the Five-Star spa.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The hotel’s incredible location at Deutsche Bank Center, close to Central Park, Midtown Manhattan and the city’s top cultural attractions, make it a convenient and restful place to stay.
  • The sleek, attractive Asian-influenced interior design manages to exude the feel of power (and dare we say, money?). From the streamlined guest rooms to the sexy, low-lit lobby, this is a place where you’ll want to linger, rather than just check in and rest your head.
  • The little details make you feel like an honored guest, from the beautifully displayed fruit left in your room as a welcome amenity to the custom-designed soothing scented aromatherapy oils left bedside at turndown to help you get a good night’s sleep.
  • The concierges are exceptionally knowledgeable and will go out of their way to accommodate your every need, whether it’s getting tickets to the hottest Broadway show or picking up dental floss at the local drugstore and delivering it to your room.
  • Treatment rooms at the Five-Star spa are tastefully appointed with orchids and feature views of the city. You'll find a range of massages and facials (try a Time Ritual, where a therapist customizes a service to the guest’s specific needs) at the sanctuary, too. 

Things to Know
  • Luxury has its price. Average room rates at Mandarin Oriental hover around $750 per night year round. Add in New York City taxes, and your stay can top out at close to $1,000 before you even sip a nightcap in the bar.
  • Corner rooms offer the best views. If you’re fortunate enough to book one, you’ll see not only Central Park, but other highlights of the incredible New York skyline.
  • With a little planning, the Mandarin Oriental concierge here can get you a table at the Deutsche Bank Center's top-rated celebrity chef restaurants, from Thomas Keller’s Per Se to Masayoshi Takayama’s ode to Japanese cuisine, Masa.
  • Forgot your iPad? The Five-Star hotel even lends out iPads so you can surf the Web, update your Facebook status, check your email, get your news fix and enjoy your favorite apps.
The Rooms
  • The rooms at Mandarin Oriental, New York combine sleek elegance with neutral colors. Cheerful red or orange pillows lend levity to the mostly neutral color scheme, allowing for modern artistry in each room.
  • Contemporary photography and Chinese artwork typically decorate the walls of the luxury hotel’s rooms, upstaged only by the Chinese-style lamps and shades that offer a traditional Asian elan.
  • Every bathroom at Mandarin Oriental, New York features luxury touches such as marble floors and spacious countertops with vanity mirrors and wall-mounted flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms come stocked with Red Flower bath salts. Diptyque products can be found in the rooms and suites, too.
  • Each luxurious bed features a pillow-top mattress with a white-on-white striped duvet from Italian linen maker Fili D’oro and four king-size, overstuffed feather pillows.
Nearby Attractions
  • Some of the world’s most famous museums are just a short stroll from New York City hotel. If modern art is your passion, walk to the Museum of Modern Art on West 53rd Street or hop a cab to the Guggenheim Museum on the east side of Central Park.
  • Directly across the street from Mandarin Oriental, New York is Central Park, the most-visited urban park in the United States. Jog on the six-mile Park Drive, rock climb on the park’s rock walls or visit the animals at Central Park Zoo.
  • Whether you’re looking for a necklace from Swarovski or shoes by Stuart Weitzman, the shopping options within the same building as your New York luxury hotel are convenient and sophisticated.
  • For classic New York shopping, walk just a few blocks from the Five-Star hotel to Fifth Avenue. For nearly 30 blocks, high-end department stores and boutiques, from Tiffany & Co. and Cartier to Prada and Bergdorf Goodman, line the famous thoroughfare.
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Getting There
80 Columbus Circle, New York, New York 10023
LGA (30-50 min)   JFK  
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