The Pierre

New York City, New York

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Why we choose The Pierre

A 1930s icon with a distinctly residential feel with an unmatched location on 5th Avenue facing Central Park

  • A classic hotel with a distinctly residential feel
  • The hotel has white-glove elevator operators
  • Sink into the marble soaking tubs in the luxurious bathrooms

The Pierre has two things going for it: a world-renowned name and fantastic location. If a high-profile name and bygone service standards are important, know that this classic beauty maintains the white-glove paradigm that’s virtually extinct in even the best international hotels. It’s also the luxury hotel for people who want a Central Park setting.

What you need to know about the hotel

This AAA Five Diamond property underwent a $100 million renovation, maintaining its legendary status for another generation

  • Among the benefits of the Pierre’s 11 residential-style Grand Suites: a private Taj Royal Attaché trained in the palaces of India
  • Two E Bar/Lounge offers two afternoon teas options (Traditional Tea and Sweet Tea), both with fine teas or beverages from the Coffee Bar.
  • Jiva Spa uses Indian herbs and aromatherapy oils in its award-winning treatments, while the spa’s yoga and meditation offerings create mind-body wellness

The Pierre may be New York City’s best example of old-world sophistication. The 189 rooms and suites in this Taj Hotel are the epitome of elegance, with high ceilings, materials like silks and leather, sumptuous furniture, artwork selected by an art consultant and hand-carved carpets. Accommodations also incorporate thoroughly modern details such as flat-panel televisions, Bose Home Theatre systems and iPod docking stations.

Facilities in the full-service hotel include Jive Spa, which pulls from ancient Indian traditions; Two E Bar/Lounge, a light fare eatery that doubles as a glam bar; and Sirio Ristorante New York, which focuses on Italian dishes served family style in an unexpectedly casual environment.

Where is it and what's nearby

The Pierre has a storied Fifth Avenue location overlooking Central Park

  • Central Park’s massive 843-acre urban sanctuary is home to outdoor experiences like horseback riding, ice-skating, boating, tennis, free concerts and theater
  • The best in upscale shopping can be found on Fifth Avenue and on the Upper East Side along Madison and Lexington Avenues
  • The Upper West Side is a visual feast of charming brownstones and magnificent private mansions built for the Vanderbilts and Whitneys

Like any good piece of real estate, the Pierre is all about location—in this case, a Midtown Manhattan gold mine right on Central Park. Within a 15-minute walk of the hotel are heavy hitters like Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall and the Whitney Museum–not to mention haute couture boutiques and some of the best restaurants in the world. And thanks to the award-winning Clefs d’Or concierge staff at the hotel, you have entrée to the best venues and elite experiences throughout New York City.

How to enjoy New York City

Granite foundations let Manhattan soar into one of the great cities of the world. A crossroads that has welcomed new arrivals for centuries, but now is more at ease showing its softer side, but only for a ’New York Minute’ mind

  • Food, in every wonderful flavor and from every corner of the world, from early morning right through to, well, early morning
  • Nightlife that is second to none, from dancing Mormons on Broadway; to Knicks at The Garden; to Placido at The Met
  • Serious shopping to fit every budget and every style. From Tiffany & Co and the big guys on 5th to the flea markets of Brooklyn

The Big Apple is awash with ‘must-sees’ and can cater for literally every taste. You could marvel at a Matisse at MoMA, get down and dizzy at the Guggenheim’s famed spiraling architecture, take a superhero tour of movie locations and enjoy 360° views of the city from the Rockefeller Center’s observation deck. Perhaps the most moving, however, is the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.

For quintessential New York try a 6th Avenue bagel before people watching over a skinny latte in the West Village. Stock up on the latest must-have Manolo Blahniks in Manhattan’s midtown before toasting Carrie’s health over lunch at Eleven Madison Park. It’s the restaurant where the Sex and the City character’s heart is broken; remember to reserve well in advance to avoid your own fully-booked heartache.

  • In our opinion

    Very reserved atmosphere for the well-heeled.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Pierre, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (Upgrades do not include the following room categories: Signature, Parkview, City View Suite or Grand Suite)
  • Daily continental breakfast for up to two in-room guests
  • UDS $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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