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The Plaza Hotel New York

For 111 years, The Plaza has been at the forefront of some of the most unforgettable moments in New York City history. Kings, presidents, and stars of stage and screen have all chosen The Plaza as their go-to luxury New York destination. One of America’s most celebrated hotels, The Plaza opened its doors on October 1, 1907 on Fifth Avenue and Central Park South in the most fashionable residential section of New York City. The most lavish social affairs, as well as classic Hollywood films have all used the legendary hotel as their setting.

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Offering 282 distinctive guestrooms including 102 luxurious suites, guests can look forward to immersing themselves in unrivalled luxury and comfort. A mix of old elegance and contemporary schemes are infused into all rooms and suites at The Plaza, striking a  pleasingly modern balance with the hotel’s unforgettable history.




Choose from six distinct room categories with views of 58th Street or the Courtyard Garden – Plaza King, Deluxe King, Deluxe Two Queens, Terrace Room King, Grand Luxe King and Connecting Deluxe with one king bed and two queen beds.

Bathrooms in all bedrooms are finished with inlaid “earth stone” mosaics and include a luxurious bathtub and separate shower. Among many splendid details are 24-carat gold-plated Sherle Wagner fixtures, as well as hand-crafted solid white marble vanities.

Suites & Multi-Room Suites

One-Bedroom Suites come with a partition between the king bed and sitting room for privacy. Choose from – Junior Suite King, Family Grand Luxe Two Queens, Edwardian One Bedroom Suite King.

Multi-Room Suites include Edwardian Two Bedroom Suite, Carnegie Park View Two Bedroom Suite, Vanderbilt Fifth Avenue Three Bedroom Suite, Eloise Two Bedroom Suite,  Tower Three Bedroom Suite and the Royal Suite Three Bedroom.

Legacy Suites

Launched in 2015, 29 new unites were designed to “strike the balance between The Plaza’s storied past and limitless future” with views of Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, and the original Vanderbilt Mansion. Guests will enjoy complimentary benefits like free airport transfers, complimentary cocktails and refreshments.

Choose from: Carnegie Partial Park View One Bedroom, Pulitzer Fifth Avenue One Bedroom, Penthouse One Bedroom, Vanderbilt Fifth Avenue Two Bedroom, Grand Penthouse Two Bedroom Terrace.

Dining Options

Serving breakfast, afternoon tea, and an evening cocktails and fare, The Palm Court is The Plaza’s iconic dining venue, while The Champagne Bar is a fabulously elegant dining venue overlooking Fifth Avenue and The Pulitzer Fountain.


Afternoon Tea at The Palm Court

For over 115 years, The Palm Court has been New York City’s iconic destination for Afternoon Tea.

Drinks at The Champagne Bar

Introduced in 1907, guests can celebrate by night with the finest champagne, caviar and wines.

Explore New York

New York's most celebrated landmarks and destinations are all within walking distance from The Plaza including Bergdorf Goodman, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Central Park Zoo, Lincoln Center, Museum Of Modern Art, Pulitzer Fountain, Rockefeller Center & St Patrick's Cathedral.

Guerlain Spa

Enter the world of Guerlain beauty and savor a luxury spa experience where innovation and performance go hand in hand.

Fitness Centre

Cardio, strength and functional Technogym products are integrated into the wellness platform for an interactive workout.

Weddings & Celebrations

The Plaza’s fabled Grand Ballroom has long been home to landmark events, C-level conferences, and lavish galas. Accommodating as many as 500 guests for seated events and 1000 guests for cocktails, the Grand Ballroom is an exceptional New York wedding venue that transfixes all who see it.

About The Plaza, New York

The Plaza was the dream of financier Bernhard Beinecke, hotelier Fred Sterry, and Harry S. Black, President of the Fuller Construction Company. They purchased a 15-year-old hotel of the same name on the site. The three men set out to replace it with what is surely one of the most elegant hotels in the world. Construction of the 19-story building (a skyscraper back then) took two years at a cost of $12 million – an unprecedented sum in those days. Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, who also designed the Dakota apartments, the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C. and The Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston, set about his task to provide all the pomp, glory, and opulence of a French chateau. No cost was spared. The largest single order in history for gold-encrusted china was placed with L. Straus & Sons, and no less than 1,650 crystal chandeliers were purchased.

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