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#213 of 498 hotels in New York City
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Founded by John Jacob Astor IV in 1904, The St. Regis New York is a Forbes 5-Star and AAA 5-Diamond hotel overlooking Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. Our New York hotel's flagship St. Regis property epitomizes timeless luxury, offering an experience beyond all expectations. Chic rooms and suites offer every possible comfort; versatile and immaculately designed event venues provide an elegant backdrop for business and social gatherings. Hotel amenities include an on-site restaurant, a historic bar, and a well-equipped fitness center.
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The St. Regis New York captivates guests with its elegant atmosphere, blending historical charm with modern luxury, and its prime location near NYC's top attractions. While many visitors commend the hotel's immaculate cleanliness and spacious, luxurious rooms, some have encountered service inconsistencies and unacknowledged special requests. Despite these issues, the opulent ambiance and mini spa-like amenities often receive high marks. However, travelers warn that the hotel's value may not align with the steep pricing, as experiences with hidden fees and costly extras have been noted.
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MW wrote a review Apr 14
Boise, Idaho195 contributions78 helpful votes
We were worried by recent reviews that cast doubt on the quality of stays at the St Regis, but since we'd prepaid we pressed forward. For comparison we've stayed at The Carlyle, RC Central Park South, Aman NY, and the Standard Hotel. We stayed in a Grand Lux Room here at StR, which was an upgrade we were given at check-in. We found the staff really quite personable at check in (Christina), at breakfast (Ridwan), and through the Butler experience. We've stayed at a few other StR and the butler here was present, helpful and quite a lot of fun to interact with (Dafa). She anticipated our needs and had a sense of when we needed help and when we needed rest. The room was quiet and plenty spacious for NY. The shower was 10/10 - loved the water pressure. Toiletries are by Sodashi and Sachajuan. Really good quality. The lobby is under construction, so the only - temporary - downside is that accessing the rooms is via a temporary entrance, but when it returns I'm sure the lobby will be grand as always. This is one of the remaining grand dame hotels in NY. It's visible everywhere - the very steep original staircase, the wood paneled elevators. We found ourselves charmed by our stay and would not hesitate to come back, mostly because of the people.
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Grace L. wrote a review Apr 13
Los Angeles, California32 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a lovely place with a very elegant looking room. We stayed in a Madison suite. The room felt kind of eerie, actually. However, I loved all the details in the room. They looked classy and well maintained. The sheets and toiletries were luxurious. The bed was so comfortable. It made me go into a deep sleep that not even an earthquake could wake me up. Our butlers on different days were so professional and very attentive. They made sure we were comfortable and we had everything we needed. The bellman and doorman were always friendly and helpful. The staff at the reception were a bit slow. Check-in took longer than expected. On one occasion, we stopped by at the reception to inquire about something, but the desk was empty. We had to wait about 10 mins before someone showed up. The saddest part of my stay was that after we checked out, I realized I left my ring on the ring holder in the bathroom adjacent to the bedroom. I don't usually take that ring with me during vacation, but that time I did. I called the hotel and got connected to the security. I spoke to Maria, who said the room we stayed in was already occupied. Anyway, to make the long story short, no one turned in my ring. I was quite disappointed, but I guess I just have to charge it to experience.
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Date of stay: January 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
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yvrmimi wrote a review Apr 13
Vancouver, Canada84 contributions37 helpful votes
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Had looked forward to staying at the storied St. Regis NY and had no idea the lobby and restaurants were closed. Arrived to no greeting at the front entrance (which was not clearly marked) at street level. There was a bell person (?) standing in front who just glanced at us as we tried to figure out how to enter the hotel. Same reaction from staff inside who looked blankly at us as we tried to navigate the confusing “go to second floor” then look for a temporary check in desk. This improved later as they had staff directing guests in the hallways. Breakfast was served in a ballroom on the 20th floor (at least $50 per person for basic continental or American). No breakfast benefits offered for our Titanium Marriott Bonvoy status (though I see some reviews from other members who were offered free continental breakfast - why the discrepancies?!). The dining staff were very professional and courteous and were making the best of the situation (saw many people glance at the menu and leave). The guest room was spacious and gorgeous with good amenities (including a Dyson hairdryer, which I loved), and everything I had dreamed about staying at the St.Regis New York. Housekeeping staff were also excellent.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Do not stay until after lobby and restaurant renos are done.
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Dear yvrmimi, Thank you for sharing your experience with us. We regret any confusion upon your arrival and appreciate your patience as we continue to improve our guest direction and signage. We're glad to hear that interactions with our staff improved during your stay and that you enjoyed your room and amenities. Your feedback on breakfast and the benefits for Marriott Bonvoy members is invaluable, and we will certainly review these points to ensure consistent benefits for all our guests. Thank you for staying at the St. Regis New York, and we hope to better meet your expectations in the future. Regards, St. Regis Guest Services
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Will wrote a review Apr 7
Weston, Florida427 contributions189 helpful votes
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Struggled with rating and review but honest takeaway is that I would not stay at this location even if it was a redemption or reduced rate as too many service fails. Full disclosure: this was a 100k redemption by a Lifetime Titanium member. I used a suite upgrade to the Madison suite room 535. The rate for that room was around $3105 per night. There is construction going on. This was disclosed on website and I didn’t hear any noise. The effect is that the elevator and check in is puzzling although there are signs to direct guests. I confused which elevator bank to use more than once. Would suggest signage in lobby elevator that it does not go past 2nd floor. Thought my key card was malfunctioning. Doorman. Gave directions and friendly. I think they offer some complimentary transportation service, never explained by front desk, doorman or butler. Valet. Spot on, helpful and prompt. Always present, busy and engaged. Front desk: Mixed. Varied from good to annoyed. Examples, inquired as to breakfast benefit. Told matter of factly that it was limited to continental breakfast because “construction prohibits preparation of an American breakfast”, not sure what this meant beyond meant to advise I was limited to that option? Was told this benefit could be used via room service or on 20th floor temporary restaurant Later advised restaurant was only option by morning staff. Requested a late checkout which is a hard guarantee for elites. Got a lot of pushback on this by young lady who had to “check” with someone in the back and then only begrudgingly agreed to 3P. Other interactions with Suzanne were more positive. Butler: Greatest service failure . Stayed at StR in Middle East, Asia, Mexico and multiple US locations, shockingly poor interactions with our 4 to 12a butler. Examples: No introduction, no offer of any of touted services. Requested coffee service around 5P, best description I can give is the reaction you get when you press call button on a domestic economy flight. Almost visibly annoyed. Small carafe of weak coffee. Tipped anyway, no reaction Called housekeeping later for turndown service and ice in order to avoid butler, he called back, again annoyed. Brought ice, nothing else - Ignored our used tray and shoe shine bag by door on way out. Never used this or pressing service, bad vibe and didn’t want the interaction Used overnight butler, requested coffee around 6A. Look tired, but was prompt and polite. Coffee was a large carafe and very good quality Tipped. Room. Large, two bathrooms. Great bath products, towels and very good water pressure. Furniture, a little tired as were bed mattress quality. View limited on 5th floor. Good sound proofing and beautiful building overall. Tile work in room, baths and lighting were aesthetic highlights. Location. Fantastic, close to Central Park and tons of dining and shopping options, best feature of this property. Dining/Elite benefits: We had breakfast on 20th floor. Our waitress was excellent and explained that even though the front desk tells customers that continental breakfast is only option, it’s actually $100 credit. Which makes the prior explanation by front desk even more annoying. Why the weird hustle, just explain to your elites what is the allowance. The continental breakfast as the only option was messaged by two different staff members. Based on previous reviews, this is an ongoing problem at this location. Not sure why you want to annoy your elites as the messaging by front desk is to give impression your only option is a continental breakfast. Why? So many options in NYC to include JW and RC at Battery Park, as mentioned, I would skip this location. Based on other reviews and my experience, it is hit or miss service when it comes to this location which is unforgivable for this legendary brand and this price point.
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Dear tigerfoods, We sincerely apologize for the inconveniences and challenges you experienced during your stay. It’s clear we fell short of providing the exceptional service we strive for. Please know, your feedback is invaluable to us as we work to improve. We hope to have the opportunity to better serve you in the future. Thank you for sharing your experience. Best regards, St. Regis Guest Services
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KittyChan wrote a review Mar 2024
Baltimore, Maryland115 contributions300 helpful votes
I stayed 2 nights on points, was upgraded to a beautiful 1BR/2BA Madison suite, and loved it. Yes; the hotel’s undergoing a lobby-floor renovation, but they waived the “destination” fee (usually $60 + tax/day; I don’t know for what) and provided free butler in-room coffee service. Everyone was gracious and lovely, and the suite was divine and quiet. Location: idea for Midtown and UES attractions, dining and nightlife. Bravo, St. Regis NYC!
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Traveled solo
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Travel guy wrote a review Mar 2024
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Hospitality level was too bad at the entrance area and the reception. No guidance! We arrived at the hotel around 6:15pm. Nobody was at the entrance and we could not find the hotel entrance, then walked into the hotel and nobody was there. Also the staff was standing in front of the elevator and no greeting!
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: We recommend that do not arrive in the evening time
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Dear NaotoH19, We regret to hear about your unwelcoming experience upon arrival at our hotel. Please accept our sincerest apologies for the lack of guidance and the hospitality you rightly expected. We take your feedback seriously and are immediately addressing these concerns with our team to ensure our service aligns with the high standards we strive to maintain. We appreciate you bringing this to our attention and hope to have the opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to excellence in the future. Warm regards, St. Regis Guest Services
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Roberto wrote a review Mar 2024
San Diego, California5 contributions3 helpful votes
Hotel refusing to honor Platinum and above welcome amenity guarantee: Platinum, Titanium and Ambassador elites have a choice of 1000 points or complimentary breakfast for themselves +1 additional guest. I am a Platinum elite and had a reservation for Wednesday - Friday next week and was informed by the hotel via email that they will not be honoring this choice, as their restaurants are closed for renovation. However, they are still offering breakfast on the 20th floor and room service from 6am - 9pm. I spoke with three different individuals at the hotel today, including the front office manager Sammir, who informed me this was non-negotiable. If they had no dining option I would understand the refusal to offer the welcome gift choice, but they are still offering on-site dining, but for a fee: a la carte, estimated at a minimum of $50-$75 a person. 1000 Bonvoy points is not an acceptable alternative to a complimentary breakfast that would amount to $100-$150 a night, or likely over $300 for the two night stay I had. This is extremely poor customer service and as a result I canceled my reservation. This would have been my first stay at a St. Regis property and as a result of this asinine decision by upper management at this hotel I will not stay here or at any St. Regis property in the future.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: Bonvoy Platinum elites and above are not able to use their breakfast benefit here and both...
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Responded 3 weeks ago
Dear robertosadaSD, We truly apologize for the inconvenience and understand your frustration regarding the welcome amenity situation. Our intent is always to provide exceptional service to our elite members. We're currently looking into alternative solutions to address this issue and ensure your loyalty is valued as it should be. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Sincerely, St. Regis Guest Services
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Carrera wrote a review Mar 2024
New York City, New York385 contributions238 helpful votes
Once I posted on Trip Advisors that this was the best hotel I have stayed at . No more! the hotel has lost its luster. I have stayed here over a dozen times, and this was the worst stay. Yes, they are renovating the lobby and bar, but that was not the issue. The service is going downhill, from the doorman to the lobby check-in, nothing special. This stay was a surprise, a 60th birthday gift for the wife, no cake, no strawberries, no champagne, no acknowledgment. In the past, you didn't even need an event to get some kind of gift in your room. The hotel is not special anymore.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Try and wait till renovation is done. Or Stay at the Peninsula
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Dear CarreraPorsche, Thank you for sharing your recent experience with us. It's always important to hear from our guests, as it helps us to understand where we might focus our attention. We’re sorry to hear this stay didn’t quite meet your expectations. Your feedback has been noted, and we’re continuously looking for ways to enhance our service. We appreciate your input and hope to welcome you back in the future. Best, St. Regis Guest Services
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Trvlchnnl wrote a review Mar 2024
Miami, Florida592 contributions306 helpful votes
Can't say enough great things about this hotel. PROS: Fantastic location - can walk everywhere Nice upgrade to large Grand Deluxe Room Super comfy beds, sheets, pillows Excellent Butler Service Great shower pressure Nice blackout shades Iconic bar - King Cole Bar, always a must stop to have a drink - (currently under renovation) - bartenders are GREAT! All bellhops, doormen, valets were friendly and helpful Concierge - Mohammed - was great!! Was going to return now in April but under renovation so we will return again after it is done!
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Date of stay: August 2023
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Bill R wrote a review Mar 2024
Newport Beach, California756 contributions1855 helpful votes
My 5 night stay at the currently renovating St Regis New York with (previously mentioned) $477 BRG rate turned out to be an almost flawless stay as usual to my total surprise — even without the Astor Court restaurant, King Cole Bar, elite free breakfast benefit, or really much public spaces at all. I didn’t even get a suite upgrade for the first time ever here, upgraded “only” two categories to a Grand Deluxe Room, but it still turned out to be a very comfortable room and an outstanding stay. I loved it yet again. #newyork #stregis #stregisnewyork #grandeluxeroom #upgrade #nofreebreakfast #renovation #ambassadorstatusmatters #aircon I did consider changing to the RC NoMad after learning about the public spaces renovation and concomitant temporary suspension of the breakfast benefit only in mid-January, quite a while after my original booking. But the RC NoMad only guarantees 66 F in its rooms and suites as opposed to my knowing the St Regis easily can guarantee down to 60 F. Also, the St Regis concierge already had booked reservations for me at “impossible to get” 1* Tatiana, “almost impossible to get” 1* Kochi, 1* Rezdora, and the Polo Club, and “hard to get” 2* Aquavit — with the Polo Club across the street and Aquavit only down a block. And I had that incredible $477 BRG rate, to boot. The best rate I found for the RC NoMad was $680. So even with the renovation, and even without the breakfast benefit, I stuck it out with the St Regis. And thank goodness I did! EDIT: the hotel later honored my breakfast benefit and refunded the $181 for my three breakfast charges at the hotel. With the grand deluxe room normally costing about $1200 and my BRG rate of $477, I still had an Ambassador upgrade value of $3600 or so. Pretty nice, all things considered. #ambassadorstatusmatters My grand deluxe room cooled as low as 58 F, but largely stayed at 60-62 F for the entirety of my stay. Just about the only mistake for the whole stay came when housekeeping accidentally reset my thermostat for turndown on my third night, but within 30 min of my return the air con returned to to my Arctic delight. #greataircon #airconworks Otherwise, my grand deluxe room was plenty spacious enough for me alone. But it would have been fine even with my husband, too. They had blacked out both windows as per my usual pre-arrival instructions, but the view was nice enough otherwise. They also had fulfilled all my other pre- arrival checklist requests, including pre-cooling the room to below 65 F for my arrival, extra bottles of room temperature water, a fan by the bed, and chocolate covered strawberries as my luxury hotel welcome amenity (along with a bowl of fresh fruit). #prearrivalchecklist The St Regis New York showers continue to be my favorite all time — with the most amazing soft but full water pressure ever. It’s a small space, but I love that water effect. I take unusually long showers here every time. The WiFi was also fantastic at usually 130 Mbps up and down. I ordered room service breakfast three times of my five mornings — costing me $72, $62, and $74 extra. At $0.007 a point, that would be just over 29K Bonvoy points. So the courtesy credit of 25K points from my Ambassador seemed a pretty fair compensation under the circumstances. But the room service items were delicious, hot, and prompt each time — I don’t think I waited more than 20 minutes for any. (The hotel also is operating a 20th floor ballroom as its breakfast restaurant, but I prefer room service.) Room service continues until 9 pm during the renovation. Only once did I crave something for room service after that time. So that really was the only time I missed what usually would have been available to me. Not too bad. Butler French press coffee was delivered promptly and perfectly each morning. Due to the renovation, I didn’t insist on warm milk as I’d usually do here. The only other mistake of the entire stay was the butler once bringing two cups rather than one. Seriously. Not bad yet again. The butler service also unpacked for me on arrival after I went to dinner that first night. And they did shoe shine for me once. I didn’t need packing service at the end. Housekeeping was perfect (except for messing with my thermostat that one time) and invisible. They always brought more water, too. Turndown was done every night, usually timed to after I informed the butler I was leaving for dinner. I did complain to the hotel that their towels didn’t seem as plush as I remembered and the toilet paper was ridiculously thin and cheap. Housekeeping did bring me more plush towels, but a hotel manager called to apologize that they were using the Marriott provided chain-wide toilet paper. Clearly, that’s something they need to address for the luxury brands! All in all, I had another exceptional stay despite the renovation. I did miss having a drink at the King Cole Bar, but instead I enjoyed drinks at the Polo Lounge across the street and at the Chatwal bar (which wasn’t as good as before, so I won’t return). It was a little annoying taking the elevator on entry to the 2nd floor (where they have the temporary lobby, front desk, and concierge) and then walking to the different elevators to get to my 16th floor room, but I managed. Otherwise, it wasn’t that different for me. I tipped the front desk, butler team, concierge team, and housekeeping. They all did a really great job, not even considering the unusual renovation circumstances Would I stay again at the St Regis during this renovation? I have to admit that I might. It was still that good to me. And the air con, rooms, service, and F&B quality are as good as ever. Paying for the room service breakfast that good doesn’t bother me for a stay this nice, tbh. But I can’t wait to see what the new public spaces looks like after they finish. Rumor is that they also will renovate the rooms and suites when they finish the public spaces, so stay tuned. P.S. I did manage to visit and check out the RC NoMad for the first time after my lunch at nearby 1* Rezdora. Suffice to say that the mostly southern exposure windows for almost all rooms and suites wouldn’t make for the best or coldest air con experience for me compared to the much better air con at the St Regis. But it’s a very nice hotel otherwise with impressive modern decor for those that like that. And I absolutely love the NoMad neighborhood. The rumor is that the hotel will be acquiring the northern side of the building soon and will renovate that to add northern facing rooms and suites — which will be more appealing to me!
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Traveled solo
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Which popular attractions are close to The St. Regis New York?
Nearby attractions include St. Patrick's Cathedral (0.2 miles), Rockefeller Center (0.3 miles), and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) (0.2 miles).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
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Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The St. Regis New York?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
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Yes, paid public parking on-site and valet parking are available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Jams, Bill's Bar & Burger, and Little Collins.
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Yes, guests have access to a fitness center and locker rooms available in the fitness center during their stay.
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Yes, The St. Regis New York offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
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Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
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The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.