The Plaza, NY

National Historic Landmark
Historic Spaces
Historic Spaces

New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission: the Palm Court, the Grand Ballroom, the Terrace Room, the Edwardian Room, the Oak Room, and Oak Bar, the 59th Street lobby, and the Fifth Avenue lobby.

Storied History
Storied History

The very first hotel on the famed corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South was opened in the late 19th century, The Plaza as we know it opened on October 1, 1907.

Spacious Guestrooms & Suites
Spacious Guestrooms & Suites

The 282 guestrooms and suites at The Plaza feature the largest overall square footage per guestroom of any luxury hotel in New York City.

Unequaled Location
Unequaled Location

With this Historic Hotel of America as a base, you have unequaled access to Manhattan, with Central Park and the famed Fifth Avenue shopping district only steps away.

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The Plaza

The Plaza, built in 1907 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 1994 was designated by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark in 1978. Historic Hotels of America...[more]


Fifth Avenue @ Central Park South
New York, NY 10019
Phone:+1 800 678 8946

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On Fifth Avenue at Central Park South in the heart of Manhattan. New York's best highlights are nearby, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art, the Central Park Zoo, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and St. Patrick's Cathedral. John F. Kennedy Int'l Airport: 17 miles, 26 minutes.

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