The Waldorf Astoria is a New York Art Deco Landmark and icon hosting dignitaries, presidents and Hollywood celebrities since opening in 1931. The Waldorf Astoria is a luxury hotel, located on Park Avenue, in the heart of New York. Built in 1929, the hotel was completely renovated in 1999, to bring all the charm and elegance of the original structure into the modern times. The Waldorf Astoria moved from its’ original location, the Empire State Building and reopened as “the world’s grandest and largest hotel” in 1931, at its’ current site residing over one square block of Park Avenue. A home away from home to heads of state, including every U.S. President since Hoover and the only hotel in the world that serves as an Ambassadorial residence, the Waldorf Astoria is synonymous with the city’s most lavish accommodations.