With its illustrious guest list and its magnificent renaissance-style façade facing out onto Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, this luxury hotel is well-established as one of the Big Apple’s most famous landmarks. Steeped in history, the Plaza Hotel combines timeless elegance with a modern ambience, and a breath-taking view over New York really is the jewel in its crown.
Stars & starlets
Since its opening in 1907, the Plaza has played host to numerous legendary events. The luxury hotel provided the set of several film productions, including Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1990) and some scenes from Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest (1959). The Plaza also became the setting for part of The Great Gatsby, the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, to whom the luxury Fitzgerald suite is dedicated. The Plaza has also accommodated big names such as The Beatles, Marilyn Monroe and Marlene Dietrich. Performances by jazz stars like Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and Miles Davis are further highlights in the hotel’s history.
Interested in apartments 1601 and 1602?
The grand apartment 1602 boasts three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms over 2,656 square feet, as well as incredible views over Central Park. With a total area of 695 square feet, Apartment 1601 is ideal for guests or staff. The two units can easily be converted into a luxurious and generously-proportioned residence of 3,351 square feet. Both apartments feature signature design elements of the Plaza Hotel, such as wooden parquet floors, brass door handles, mosaic tiles and fixtures bearing the Plaza logo. The master suite features an enormous walk-in closet, a Juliet balcony and a large en-suite bathroom. Residents also enjoy the benefits of the legendary Five Star Concierge Service.
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