Waldorf-Astoria

An icon of New York hospitality, the Waldorf was among the first Select Members of The Most Famous Hotels in the World.
Its first general manager, George C. Boldt, set new standards of hospitality in America.
It started as two hotels: one owned by William Waldorf Astor, whose 13-story Waldorf Hotel was opened in 1893 and the other owned by his cousin, John Jacob Astor IV, called the Astoria Hotel and opened four years later and four stories higher.
The hotel we see today is “new”. It opened in 1931 as the largest hotel in the world and became a legend. Managed for many years now by Eric Long it is a true icon of American hospitality.


Enjoy the legendary stories we have researched for you, the history and please pay attention to the links provided to the left. They take you to a series of interesting articles about this legend of American hospitality.


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Our Select Member Hotel

Waldorf-Astoria
Country: USA
City: New York
Opening date: 1893/1931

Note from the Host

General Manager Eric Long

The History

History
Legendary Stories / Literature
In the Movies
Former Managers

The Present

1233 Rooms
177 Suites
Restaurants & Bars
Must-do at the hotel
Body, Mind and Soul
Dress Code

Coordinates

301 Park Avenue
New York, USA

Tel: +1 212 355 3000
Fax: +1 212 872 7272

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