Central Park, Fifth Avenue, spectacular art, thriving culture, endless shopping, unbelievable dining and lively nightlife – this is New York City. Amid the whirl of excitement you will find The Plaza Hotel New York, A Fairmont Managed Hotel, a timeless landmarked New York hotel defining the next generation of style. A cultural oasis amid a bustling metropolis, The Plaza continues the tradition of defining luxury through unmatched five star service, with a modern spirit.
Striking the balance between its storied past and limitless future, The Plaza Hotel in New York City – the ultimate luxury lifestyle destination – has emerged from a recent $450 million transformation to reflect a new and contemporary spirit. While traditions remain, such as the opulent grandeur of the Beaux Arts décor and the superb ambiance of the legendary Oak Room and Oak Bar, exciting new offerings at The Plaza Hotel New York, A Fairmont Managed Hotel include the elegant Champagne Bar and stylish Rose Club, as well as an interior Tranquility Garden with reflecting pools, elaborate lighting and exotic foliage. We invite you to visit us and rediscover The Palm Court, New York City's premier destination for afternoon tea. The spectacular re-creation of the Palm Court’s luminous 1,800 square foot stained-glass lay light, like The Plaza itself, continues to contribute to the life, vitality and culture of New York City.
282 Rooms, Spa*, Beauty Salon*, Babysitting*, Bell Staff, Butler Service*, Concierge, Shopping*, Elevators, Laundry Service*, Parking*, Handicapped Facilities, 2 Restaurants, 3 Bars, Pets Allowed*, Dry Cleaning Service*, Shoe Shine Service, Meeting Facilities, Internet Access*.
* denotes activities/services available for an additional cost. Amenities and inclusions are subject to change at any time.
Room Categories and Descriptions
Room amenities include wireless tablet controls for lighting, temperature, and entertainment, telephone, IP-based high definition video-on-demand system, wall mounted flat screen televisions, bathrobes, bath amenities, DVD player, iron, ironing board, music and video library access, iLuy stereo audio system with clock radio, refrigerated private bar, hairdryer, closets, and in-room safe. Rollaway beds and cribs are available on request.
Requests for a specific bedding arrangement or room location are fulfilled by the hotel based on availability.
Plaza Room - One king bed. Floors 5 to 19. 58th Street city view or Interior Courtyard view. 475 sq.ft. / 44 sq.m.
Deluxe Room - One king bed or two queen beds. Floors 5 to 19. Interior Courtyard or 58th Street city view. 550 sq.ft. / 51 sq.m.
Junior Suite - One king bed. Floors 11 to 19. 58th Street city view or Interior Courtyard view. 730 sq.ft. / 68 sq.m.
Edwardian Suite - One king bed and one double pull-out sofa. Floors 11 to 19. 58th Street city view or Interior Courtyard view. 1000 sq.ft. / 93 sq.m.
Carnegie Park Suite - One king bed and one double pull-out sofa. One Suite per floor on floors 11 to 19. Partial view of Central Park. 1000 sq.ft. / 93 sq.m.
Pulitzer Fifth Avenue Suite - One king bed and one double pull-out sofa. One Suite per floor on floors 12 to 18. Fifth Avenue and the Pulitzer Fountain view. 900 sq.ft. to 1000 sq.ft. / 84 sq.m to 93 sq.m.
Penthouse Suite - One king bed and one double pull-out sofa. 20th floor. Terrace faces 58th Street with a city view. 1500 sq.ft. / 139 sq.m.
Vanderbilt Fifth Avenue Suite - One king bed, one queen bed and one double pull-out sofa. One Suite per floor from floor 12 to 17. Fifth Avenue and Pulitzer Fountain view. 1500 sq.ft. / 139 sq.m.
Restaurants and Bars
The Oak Room - New York's fabled landmark is bringing old-world glamour to the next generation. Originally designed by Henry Hardenbergh in 1907 as a men's bar, The Oak Room closed during Prohibition and re-opened in 1934 as a full service restaurant. The Oak Room's detailed wood-paneled walls and barrel-vaulted ceiling remain today, as do the three carved niches with murals of German feudal castles that fill the arches. The chef has reinvented classic American cuisine for this legendary restaurant, bringing his dedication to fresh, seasonal ingredients to one of New York's most memorable dining experiences. The Oak Room also features two newly created options for private dining and events - an 18-seat private dining room and an eight-seat chef's table in the kitchen itself. A separate entrance is available to the chef's table, providing the ultimate in exclusivity for patrons.
Hours Of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:30 - 2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm
Dinner: Sunday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Late night: 10:30pm - Midnight
The Palm Court - Long a part of Plaza tradition, the romantic and timeless Palm Court has served as a setting for scenes in many popular novels and films, most notably, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. Carved from within the great castle-like landmark, the authentic Palm Court has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur following a renovation. The spectacular re-creation of The Palm Court’s luminous 1,800 square foot stained-glass lay light, like The Plaza itself, continues to contribute to the life, vitality and culture of New York City. The Palm Court serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. An a la carte brunch menu is offered on Sundays. In addition, The Palm Court offers children’s menus and cocktails and is available for special events in the evening.
Hours of operation:
Breakfast - daily, 6:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Lunch - daily, 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Afternoon tea - daily, 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The Rose Club - Embodying the grandeur of The Plaza with a splash of contemporary style and spirit, The Rose Club overlooks the stunning new Fifth Avenue lobby. Located where the Persian Room, a once legendary nightclub, played host to such formidable acts as Bob Hope, Kay Thompson, Bob Fosse and Liza Minnelli, the Rose Club walls have listened in on many unforgettable moments in music and entertainment history. The Plaza's Rose Club menu features an array of signature cocktails and a select epicurean menu to satisfy the tastes of those wishing to indulge in lighter gourmet fare. The stylishly elegant ambiance of The Rose Club at The Plaza embraces the past, present and future of this legendary hotel and will be a treasured setting for the making of new Plaza memories.
Hours Of Operation:
Monday through Friday: 4:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.
The Champagne Bar - With fifth avenue views overlooking The Pulitzer Fountain, the new Champagne Bar at The Plaza is reminiscent of the Champagne Porch that was in the same location when the hotel opened its doors in 1907. Over 100 years later, guests and locals alike are again drawn to this exclusive lounge by its exquisite design and spectacular location. By night, the Champagne Bar is New York's preferred choice for tasting the world's finest champagne, caviar, and wines. By day, guests may indulge in freshly baked pastries, light gourmet fare, and an array of specialty coffees. The seamless fusion of traditional and modern and a passion for uncompromising service make the new Champagne Bar an experience that is indulgent and truly unforgettable.
Hours of operation:
6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. - beverages only
10:30 a.m. to midnight - light menu and full bar
The Oak Bar - Overlooking the vibrant views of Central Park, the newly restored Oak Bar at The Plaza Hotel has resumed its standing as New York's most famous bar. Guests can enjoy distinctive seasonal cocktails and menu while surrounded by the original Oak Bar and original murals of Central Park on winter evenings.
Hours of operation:
Open daily : noon - 2:00am
24-hour room service available
|Resort Rating Key|
|Exceptional (Premier property with finest services,
amenities and exquisite surroundings)
|Deluxe (Prime location with outstanding service, elegant accommodations and a wide array of amenities)|
|Good (Tastefully furnished accommodations with
assortment of amenities and services)
|Moderate (Comfortable accommodations with limited
amenities and services)
|Fair (Clean, basic, budget property)|
|Very limited appeal|