New York, United States of America
An iconic hotel located at the prestigious corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park,The Plaza has a storied past, featured in countless movies and much loved by actors past and present. The Plaza now also features the Eloise Suite, a must for Eloise fans.
At a Glance
Located next to Central Park, 5th Avenue and across from FAO Schwarz toy store
Landmark hotel with a historic charm
Featured in movies from Home Alone to the Great Gatsby, The Plaza has a storied past
Two-Bedroom Suite and interconnecting rooms suited to family stays
Eloise fans will delight in the Eloise Suite or Eloise themed afternoon tea in the Palm Court
The Plaza food hall offers a unique alternative to room service
The Plaza's food hall is a foodies delight. From Billy's Bakery, Viva le Crepe to Luke's Lobster and Olma Caviar, there's everything you could crave from an indulgent breakfast to a mid-night snack!Maudie Tomlinson
Pre-book in advance for afternoon tea at the Palm Court as it does get booked up, and for children pre-book the Eloise tea which is especially funCharlotte Smith
Amid the whirl of excitement of New York you will find The Plaza, a timeless landmark New York hotel. The Plaza offers distinctive guest rooms and suites, which boast the largest square footage of any luxury hotel in Manhattan. From the sumptuous décor to the impeccable white glove service, The Plaza is an extraordinary hotel. For suite guests, The Plaza offers Butler service 24 hours a day. Old world luxury and elegance are complemented by discreet placement of the latest technology thoughtfully integrated throughout each room bringing guests high-definition television and wireless high-speed internet access.
The hotel has a storied past, from famous actors and celebrities that have made the hotel their home to a long list of movies that have been filmed there, most notably Home Alone. The hotel is conveniently close to Central Park, Fifth Avenue and next to the famed toy store FAO Swartz making it a fantastic choice for first time visitors to New York, as well as those looking for old fashioned New York charm.
The adjoining Eloise Suite is huge fun. Guests can relax in the stylish living room, and plan their adventures with the concierge. In the Fashion Room there is absolutely nothing but costumes for dressing up. In the Library Room, guests can enjoy park views and watch their favorite Eloise movie clips, play on the computer station and have tea and cake in the Tea Room or be pampered in the Beauty Salon.
The Plaza is the first hotel in the world to offer in-room iPads for all guests to control their entire hotel experience. At the touch of a screen, guests can order In-Room Dining, make restaurant reservations, and communicate directly with the Concierge.
After recent renovations, the Plaza Hotel is more opulent than ever. The grandeur of the Beaux Arts décor and the legendary Oak Room and Oak Bar has been lovingly restored. Newly opened are the elegant Champagne Bar and stylish Rose Club, as well as an interior Tranquillity Garden. The Palm Court is New York City’s premier destination for afternoon
The Plaza’s Edwardian Suite, resembles a small pied-a-terre. Exquisitely furnished in the richly decorative style of Louis XV, the Edwardian Suite features sumptuous textiles in a sophisticated palette of natural colors and regal jewel tones. A powder room for guests and a marble Butler’s pantry with a microwave oven, wet-bar and under counter refrigerator, make the Edwardian Suites exceptionally versatile and comfortable. Sophisticated entertainment and communications technology include Wi-Fi, wall mounted flat screen TVs in the sitting room and the bedroom, and a Guest Services panel. As an Edwardian Suite guest you will enjoy Butler services.
The storied Palm Court is New York's premier destination for Afternoon Tea, while other culinary destinations include The Todd English Food Hall, The Plaza Food Hall where you can dine on delights from sushi to cupcakes, The Rose Club and The Champagne Bar.
Amenities at The Plaza Hotel include the exclusive shopping, health and wellness facilities including a Caudalie Vinothérapie Spa, a fitness center and beauty salon.
The Big Apple has a buzz unlike anywhere else in the world and its diversity, culture and history make it a city that never sleeps. See a Broadway musical, dine at award-winning restaurants, take a stroll along museum mile, shop for designer fashions on Fifth Avenue, seek out a rare find in Greenwich Village, take the ferry to Ellis Island or climb to the Top of the Rock for a 360 degree panorama of the New York skyline and over the Madison River.
Location & Directions
New York, United States of America
Occupies the west side of Grand Army Plaza, from which it derives its name, and extends along Central Park South in Manhattan. Fifth Avenue extends along the east side of Grand Army Plaza.
When to go
Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.