The hotel is located on the bustling 57th street and features a roof-top view of Central Park.
If you’re looking for a hotel that’s bold, sleek and stylish from top to bottom, Viceroy Central Park is it. The TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, which is endorsed by Travel + Leisure, ELLE, Forbes Travel Guide, U.S. News and World Report, Harpers Bazaar and Time Out New York, is best known for its rooftop bar, which affords unbelievable views of surrounding New York. Ride the elevator down a few floors, and you’ll find sharply designed rooms by Roman and Williams that reference the golden age of travel and feature Beats by Dr. Dre Beatboxes. And of course, things are no less fashionable on street level, with buzzed-about new-American eatery Kingside Restaurant open late into the night and cooking up scrumptious salt-and-pepper fries and plates of corn-and-burrata ravioli.
Out on 57th Street itself, you’ll happen upon some other rather fabulous destinations: Both Carnegie Hall and the Russian Tea Room – one of the world’s most iconic restaurants – are a few doors over. Within a slightly larger (three-block) radius of Viceroy are the Museum of Modern Art; Fifth Avenue; Columbus Circle; and, of course, the hotel’s namesake Central Park. You’ll also find that it’s also unexpectedly easy to travel farther afield, with local subway lines taking you as far north as Washington Heights and as far south as the Financial District (and beyond). Because in a city that’s also fabulous from top to bottom, neighborhoods don’t get much better located than Midtown.