New York City's most iconic hotel is closing indefinitely this month — take a look back at its star-studded past
New York City's Waldorf Astoria is one of the most legendary hotels in the world.
Its suites have hosted every US president since Herbert Hoover, and Hollywood legends Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, and Frank Sinatra have all at different times called the residential towers home. Countless lavish social events were held in its ballrooms, and its kitchens were the birthplace of red velvet cupcakes and the Waldorf salad.
Last year the hotel celebrated its 85th anniversary, but it will close indefinitely for renovations on February 28. The full article can be read on BusinessInsider.com