Essex House's location in New York
Finding a more desirable location will require some digging. You can have Central Park as your backyard and yet be in the heart of Manhattan when you're at the JW Marriott.
Billionaires' Row is a group of ultra-luxury residential towers near the southern edge of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City. The number of these supertall buildings is among the world's highest. Since most towers are on 57th Street, where JW Essex sits, the name is also used for the street.
While you won't experience the mayhem of Times Square here in NYC, you can still enjoy the neighborhood's lively atmosphere as you explore it.
Lincoln Center, home to the ballet and opera, is a 10-minute walk away, and Columbus Circle, where you can explore the stores at the Time Warner Center, is a 5-minute stroll away.
Meanwhile, stations for the nearby railway lines may be reached in less than a five-minute stroll from the hotel.
This part of 59th Street is architecturally notable. Art Deco style brings you to 1930s New York. The lobby is lavish and large, with gold-trimmed tray ceilings, checkerboard stone flooring, towering black marble columns, and a wide central hallway.
The fireplace of Southgate Bar & Restaurant, which overlooks Central Park, is famous. From the foyer to the rooms, black, white, mahogany brown, and creamy beige are used.
The dining space contains lounge and bar seats, mirrors, and dramatic lighting. Even though there are a lot of creative drinks, customers shouldn't overlook the great wines by the glass.
Southgate serves truffled scrambled eggs, sliders, and wings. The whiskey-butter-topped NY strip steak, brisket burger, seasonal pasta, and King salmon with an Asian twist are all too irresistible.
This five-star New York hotel is perfect for celebrating important events. Ornate golden doors, luxurious wood paneling, and a Beaux Arts Grand Salon that has played host to a who's who of the world's elite may all be found inside.
People who attend events in these spaces will remember them for a long time because of the beautiful decor and eye-catching displays.
Choose between a king room, a one-bedroom suite, a family-connecting room, or a two-bathroom room.
Even though it's the smallest king room, it's big for New York and has a chaise couch.
Some rooms, especially on the higher floors, have beautiful views of Central Park and come with robes, slippers, minibars, mattresses, and pillows that are unique to Marriott.
JW Terrace Suite
The JW Terrace Suite is a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom suite with a king-size bed, a sofa bed, and access to the executive lounge.
A hot breakfast buffet, hors d'oeuvres, an honor bar, complimentary non-alcoholic drinks, a kitchen with a pantry area, and other typical facilities can be found in this accommodation of 2000 square feet (186 square meters).
Central Park Terrace Suite
You can also relax in style in the Central Park Terrace Suite, which has Art Deco furnishings and a large terrace overlooking the park.
The 2,500-square-foot (232 square meters) Presidential Suite opened in 2007, and its setting over Central Park is its finest feature.
Safety is big here. A room in the suite monitors all hallways, and a fast elevator goes directly to the 26th level. There's also 24-hour butler service.
The suite contains a living room, dining area, master bedroom, guest bedroom, and one-and-a-half baths. The suite has SubZero appliances, of which quality and craftsmanship are second to none.
The art-deco balcony overlooking Central Park is the best New York has to offer.
The Billionaire's row, including JW Marriott Essex House's building at sunset from Central Park's Sheep Meadow.