Viceroy Transformed to Le Méridien New York, Central Park

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We’ve shared how Le Parker Meridien New York and Palm Springs Leaving Starwood, as the Parker Meridien is now the Parker, managed by Hyatt. As a result of this, it meant that the Le Meridien brand was no longer represented in New York City, however that all has changed with the brand new Le Méridien New York, Central Park, located right next door!

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The former Viceroy New York, is now the brand new Le Méridien New York, Central Park which opened June 1, 2019 and is a Marriott Category 6 property, meaning free nights are 50,000 points per night.

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Per Le Méridien,

Located in Midtown Manhattan, Le Méridien New York, Central Park positions travelers in one of the most thriving areas of NYC. Perfectly situated on West 57th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues.The hotel strikes an ideal balance of location, unmatched service and thoughtful amenities. Dine al fresco in the hotel’s rooftop lounge and stay true to your fitness regimen whether working out in the on-site fitness facility or an outdoor run in beautiful Central Park.Walk to top New York City attractions from this stylish Central Park hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Hotel is located blocks from Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center and an array of NYC museums.Plan your event or meeting in the heart of New York City with 3,000 square feet of flexible meeting spaces.

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I’m pleased to hear that there’s a new Le Méridien option in New York City, and think this hotel will do quite well under new management. We had a great stay earlier this summer so check out Hotel Review: Le Meridien New York, Central Park to see how it stacks up.

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As it’s currently a Category 6, it’s a good deal if you’re looking to redeem Marriott Bonvoy points to stay here, as rates are going in the $400-$500’s for some nights.

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Do you have plans to stay at the Le Méridien New York, Central Park? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below. 

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  1. One key point you missed: The new Le Meridien is literally next door to the former Le Meridien.

  2. HEI.
    I’m actually on my way there right now, to assist rebuilding their sales team for the next three weeks. Being next to the old one was great info share. I wasn’t aware of that.

  3. Does this hotel have a Concierge lounge? I see rooms on a concierge level, but can’t find any info about the lounge on the website.

  4. Very dated rooms that need a major overhaul. Room only had one bar of soap by the sink. None in the shower. Was told that’s a Le Méridien standard. If I go back it will be months from now to give them time to get the transition issues dealt with. Also they held my credit card at the roof bar the whole time we drank. They don’t believe in running a tab with a pre authorization. Not a good feeling of not knowing where my credit card was (in NYC)

  5. I booked a stay there this July and just found out the hotel changed. My booking was though amex and now i am wondering if I am going to get the same benefits that the viceroy was going to give me.

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