The Waldorf Astoria

Landmark behemoth hotel with three bars and four restaurants. Where the president sleeps, rumored to have own subway exit in case of emergencies. Feel roaring vibes of ’20s jazz ghosts and tycoon champagne orgies. Business travel focus leaves us a bit bummed that it’s no longer the most epic place to party, but stokes us when we needs to get down to elegant negotiating. Impressive and gorgeous. And Waldorf.

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