Mandarin Oriental, New York holds 248 guest rooms, 46 of which are individually designed suites. Interiors blend 1940s furnishings with fashionable, high-tech amenities such as Internet access, entertainment systems, and laptop connections to the flat-panel LCD TVs, while understated accents highlight the brand's Asian origins. All feature panoramic views of the park, the skyline, or Hudson River. Marble bathrooms feature LCD flat-panel TVs, glass-door showers, and soaking tubs with picture windows.
The hotel's restaurant options offer a stylish, sophisticated vibe and center around sprawling cityscape views from floor-to-ceiling windows. Celebrating its parkland backdrop, the design focus of Asiate restaurant is a dramatic tree-branch sculpture suspended from the ceiling, and one wall showcases the restaurant's 1,300-bottle wine collection. Open daily, Asiate serves a seasonal menu of contemporary American fare infused with Asian flavors. At Lobby Lounge, diners can sample light dishes and drinks in a trendy Asian-meets-art deco setting. MObar, accessorized with leather, velvet, and nickel, is a hotspot for aperitifs or after-dinner cocktails.