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(Image credit: Gordon Bell/Shutterstock) The illustrious Waldorf Astoria is about to undergo major changes. The New York landmark will close for renovations, and reopen as mostly condos. READ MORE »
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Going to Dubai is like a scene of out of Coming to America: Taxi: Do you want to go to Queens? Rich fellows should be in Manhattan. Stay at the Waldorf or the Palace. Me: Take us to the most common part. The post Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah: Pass On It appeared first on The Points Of Life.
A Chinese company is ready to reshape the most prestigious American hotel. [ more › ]
In October of 2014, Chinese insurance company Anbang purchased the historic Waldorf Astoria hotel in Manhattan for $1.95 billion. This M&A activity, as we have noted many times, was part of an effort to bypass Chinese capital controls and park cash in America. Today, courtesy of the WSJ, we learn what Anbang's plan is for the hotel. Show More Summary
The Waldorf Astoria New York in Midtown Manhattan has long been known for fancy galas and dinners, and is a landmark associated with luxury and prestige. After WWII in 1949 it hosted the World Peace Conference, and has seen heads of state and famous folks pass through regularly. Show More Summary
The New York City landmark will convert many guest rooms into condos.
New Chinese owner said to be eliminating most of its rooms in a $1 billion renovation
Soon New Yorkers may be able to live at the Waldorf Astoria. Now owned by China-based Anbang Insurance Group, the hotel is in talks of turning 1,000 rooms into condos. In 2015, the group submitted plans to gut the 12th and 24th floors which look to pot... via JustLuxe.com
The Waldorf=Astoria hotel property in New York is scheduled to close sometime during the spring of 2017 so that most of the greater than 1,400 rooms can be refurbished and converted to luxury condominiums. The luxury hotel property may...Show More Summary
Market mayhem follows Britain's vote; W. Virginia tallies damages from deadly floods; NY's Waldorf Astoria hotel to go condo. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Further details emerged on the condo conversion of the Waldorf Astoria. The property's owner Anbang Insurance Group plans to shut down the hotel in the spring of 2017 for three years and eliminate... To view the full story, click the title link.
Early last year, Chinese insurance company Anbang purchased the Waldorf Astoria New York for $1.95 billion, which was the highest amount ever paid for a US hotel. The Waldorf Astoria New York was once iconic, though perhaps nowadays can best be described as past its prime. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - China's Anbang Insurance Group Co [ANBANG.UL] plans to convert as much as three-quarters of the rooms at New York's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel into apartments, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
By Jerry Zezima Whenever my wife asks me to tidy up the bathroom, I feel like throwing in the towel because I could never get it to look as nice as the porcelain convenience at a place like the Waldorf Astoria. So imagine my surprise...Show More Summary
Hilton is currently running a promotion which allows selected Hhonors members to earn 5,000 bonus points on stays at the Waldorf Astoria and Conrad properties through the rest of 2016. Here are all the details. The post Earn 5000 Hhonors points bonus for 2 nights stay appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
The owner of the 47-story Waldorf Astoria New York may be planning to convert about 1,000 hotel rooms at the landmarked property into luxury condos, according to several sources. China-based Anbang... To view the full story, click the title link.
(by Andy) I had to go to Chicago in April for Emergency Medicine boards, and decided to try out some different hotels. One of the ones I’d read about was the Waldorf Astoria Chicago. I knew my per diem wouldn’t cover it, so I bookedShow More Summary
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