- America's Palace
- Amnesty Exhibit
- Art Deco and the Waldorf Astoria
- Bakers Unite!
- The Big Four at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
- Building the World's Greatest Hotel
- The Duke and Duchess of Windsor
- The Empire Room: A Setting for Dinner and Dancing
- Hats, Balloons, and Noisemakers
- History of the Motorama
- The National Football Foundation
- A New Spirit
- Oscar of the Waldorf
- The Original Waldorf Astoria Hotel
- The Waldorf O'Storia
- The Waldorf Astoria in Pop Culture
- The Waldorf Astoria Rooftop Garden
- The Waldorf Astoria Archive
- Website Survey
The Waldorf Astoria Archive
Executive Chef David Garcelon is interviewed by Susannah Chen of PopSugar Living on how to make our famous Waldorf Salad
The history of the Waldorf Astoria begins in the year 1890, when William Waldorf Astor became the wealthiest man in...
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The registration card formerly used for pet registration for our hotel.
John W. Gates is seen here with his beloved dog outside of our original Waldorf Astoria Hotel, circa 1900. He was a resident of our first hotel and…
Jingabo, the star of the children's book, "The Dog Who Lives at the Waldorf", is seen here with his master, Mrs. Cole. Both were residents in the…
Some members of the room service team gather for a photograph during their shift break in 1967.
The Culinary team poses for a photograph atop the Roof Garden located on the 20th floor of our hotel. Since 2011, our roof top garden contains six…
The Starlight Roof of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel as seen in the late 1940s. Located on the 18th floor of the hotel, the Starlight Roof served as a…
Prior to the closing of the first Waldorf Astoria, the roof top was used as a playground for children staying at the hotel.
During the winter months from 1903-1929, the roof garden of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel was converted into an ice skating rink to be used by hotel…