A midtown classic with a courtly ambience..
Admittedly, this hotel, steeped as it is in old-world elegance, can seem a tad haughty. The lobby is modeled after the Vatican library; it's lavish with hand-loomed rugs, chandeliers and marble friezes taken from the Vanderbilt mansion. The wood-paneled elevators are still manned by white-gloved attendants in full livery. When it opened in 1927, the press remarked that it was Italian in architecture, French in spirit and American in price.
All rooms and suites are spacious and individually decorated. Some have fireplaces; in the winter, you couldn't want for anything cozier, especially with in-room VCRs and DVD players and the hotel's extensive video library from which to choose. Free breakfast is delivered right to your door each morning. Other complimentary perks include Godiva chocolates, flowers, shoeshine, mineral water and access to a nearby fitness center. Service is courteous and personalized for both travelers and the hotel's many permanent residents.
Wonderful !. My daughter and I stayed here during her spring break for just 2 nights, but we wish we could have stayed longer ! Very expensive, but well worth it. The only thing I wasn't thrilled with is the price of parking $50 for 24 hrs !!
Classic Romance and Style.
The Sherry Netherland is the Quintessential NYC fine hotel. Where else can you order Cipriani's for ROOM SERVICE?
We love the Sherry!
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