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New York

New York - Hotels, Restaurants, Bars and Galleries

New York is a city that needs no introduction, but it’s also one that will defy your expectations. Do you picture blinking lights, speeding cabs and bustling crowds when you hear its name? Midtown may fit that billing, but it’s only one pocket of a much wider experience, from verdant Central Park to the historic brownstones of Brooklyn, and the rarefied museums of the Upper East Side


The Pierre, New York

Opened in 1930, The Pierre has built a reputation as one of New York’s grand properties, with notable guests including Elizabeth Taylor and Yves Saint-Laurent. Overlooking Central Park and featuring a stately exterior and ornate public spaces, The Pierre offers a taste of old New York with subtle touches honouring the Indian heritage of Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces, the group that acquired the hotel a decade ago


Archer Hotel, New York

In a city that’s constantly evolving, Manhattan’s Garment District is suddenly in vogue. Archer Hotel, located amongst Midtown’s trimming stores and bead shops, opened in May 2014 to become one of the area’s trendiest addresses.


The Quin, New York

Located on a stretch of 57th Street now known as Billionaire’s Row, The Quin has something many new luxury high rises can’t boast: a top-level open-air terrace.


Mandarin Oriental, New York

The star of the show is undoubtedly the incredible view of Central Park, and with floor-to-ceilings windows flooding the vista in, it’s hard not to spend your entire stay simply stood, staring out.


The Roxy Hotel, New York

New York’s music scene is far from over thanks to The Roxy, which put the swagger back into Manhattan’s step ever since revitalising the former TriBeCa Grand Hotel.


Lunch with Costa Ronin

The actor who plays a KGB agent in Cold War spy drama The Americans reveals a few of his own secrets over lunch

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