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The Plaza

Overview

Old World elegance meets modern day grandeur at The Plaza. A timeless landmark framed by the world’s most extraordinary cultural and historical experiences, guests will find this luxury hotel to be a lavish oasis amid thriving city life.

When The Plaza opened its doors in October of 1907, it began its iconic history as host to illustrious dignitaries, home to acclaimed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and the opulent background for the world-famous children’s book, Eloise. This landmark hotel has also been the setting for many films, including The Way We Were and Home Alone II: Lost in New York.

It is no wonder that guests are drawn to this beautiful setting. Located at the coveted corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, The Plaza overlooks lush Central Park and resides just steps away from some of the city’s best shopping, dining, and sightseeing. Boasting a variety of award-winning dining options, including the famous Oak Room and afternoon tea at The Palm Court, guests at The Plaza will have no shortage of delicious cuisines to please every taste and palate. For complete relaxation, the hotel also offers the Caudalie Vinothérapie® Spa and Warren-Tricomi hair salon.

Beaux Arts glamour of a bygone era is experienced by guests in one of the 282 opulent guestrooms and suites. Each guestroom is wrapped in luxury, including 24-carat gold plated sinks and fixtures designed by Sherle Wagner, hand crafted white marble vanities, an inlaid stone wall mosaic, in-room iPad®, HDTV, wireless Internet access, and other upgraded amenities, such as the Caudalie Vinothérapie® Spa, Warren-Tricomi Salon, and a fitness center by La Palestra.

The Plaza’s impeccable white glove service and Beaux Arts décor, sumptuous guestrooms and architectural details, make this magnificent hotel the ultimate in luxury destinations. Whether guests choose to stay in the breathtaking Royal Plaza Suite, or unleash their inner child in the Eloise Suite, a trip to The Plaza is unforgettable.

Historic Fun Fact: According to legend, Ernest Hemingway once advised F. Scott Fitzgerald—who set several scenes of his celebrated novel The Great Gatsby at the hotel—to give “[his] liver to Princeton and heart to The Plaza.”

Original Property Opened: October 1, 1907

Contact Information:
Street Address:
Fifth Avenue at Central Park South
New York, NY 10019

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

Turn of the Century, 1896 ~ 1913

Old World elegance meets modern day grandeur at The Plaza. A timeless landmark framed by the world’s most extraordinary cultural and historical experiences, guests will find this luxury hotel to be a lavish oasis amid thriving city life.

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