Concierge.com's insider take:
Need further proof of the size of Donald Trump's ego? A couple of years ago, a banner appeared on this hotel taunting guests at the just-opened Mandarin Oriental across the street that the real Central Park view belonged to Trump's customers. After a public lashing, the banner was taken down, but it wasn't an empty boast: His 52-story building does, indeed, block the views of some Mandarin guests. Apart from the vistas—and the thrill of checking into a place owned by the star of The Apprentice—the advantages of staying here will most benefit business travelers. The 167 neutral, comfortable rooms and suites—most of which have kitchens—come with a personal attaché who functions as the guest's very own assistant. There are also a variety of complimentary services (faxes, local calls, pressing, a cell phone). One of the better perks is room service from Jean Georges, the esteemed restaurant downstairs.
From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 89.5
- Design: 81.3
- Food: 91.3
- Location: 96.1
- Rooms: 91.5
- Service: 87.5
Also appeared in the Gold List in 2006, 2005
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