Where Cary Grant got into trouble in North by Northwest - and Eloise frolicked. Once NYC's most famous luxuryhotel, now a hybrid hotel/condo. It was glorious in the 1960s, a bit shabby in the 2000s. Read more
In the Food Hall, the Market has a demo kitchen for seasonal demonstrations, ranging from wine tasting to cheese- and sausage-making. There’s also a classic olive press for making fresh olive oil. Read more
Remains iconic in the NYC hotel world. The hotel, designed by Henry Janeway Hardenbegh, opened in October 1907 after a $12 million, 2-year construction process. At the time, rooms cost $2.50/night. Read more
Take your picture with the portrait of ELOISE, the classic children’s book character who lives on the Plaza’s tippy-top floor with her rawther British nanny and finds adventure around every corner! Read more
“What writer hadn’t imagined penning their latest masterpiece while overlooking the sweeping green expanse of the most famous park in the world?” - Abby of GOODNIGHT TWEETHEART by Teresa Medeiros. Read more
Located in the heart of Manhattan, The Plaza Hotel is NYC’s ultimate luxury lifestyle destination. This urban resort includes 282 luxurious guestrooms and suites, the Palm Court, the Rose Club, a Caudalie Vinotherapie Spa, Warren-Tricomi Salon, and The Plaza Food Hall by Todd English.