Excellent food. Incredible views, and very romantic setting. Definitely worth a visit
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The SceneAuntie Mame, Patrick Dennis and a host of ambassadors once lived in this neighborhood, with its sweeping views of the U.N. The building itself is a stylish 1920s Art Deco masterpiece that rises a block from the East River. The 26th floor rooftop piano bar, Top of the Tower, boasts velvet drapes, "bongo" bar stools and stunning views.The DetailsThe 172 spacious suites include equipped kitchens and sitting areas. Soothing soft-colored fabrics cover the furniture, while equestrian, botanical and French porcelain prints adorn the walls. Hair dryers, safes and phones with data ports round out the list of amenities. Guests also have access to a fax machine and laundry facilities, plus such services as grocery shopping and valet. The Tower suites have extras like VCRs and marble bathrooms with telephones. There is an on-site fitness center open 24 hours. The Zephyr Grill servies all three meals in another Art Deco setting.
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