The Plaza Hotel reopens after renovation worth $400 million

The iconic New York hotel that has been a famous landmark bordering Central Park for over 100 years has recently reopened, maintaining its old elegance with some modern upgrades. The decadent Beaux-Arts Décor, the Legendary Oak Room, and Oak Bar retained as before. Still, the Fifth Avenue Lobby, the elegant Champagne Bar, and Stylish Club have gone through several changes. The renovation has created 282 distinctive guestrooms, including 102 suites, including some luxury indulgences such as 24-carat Gold Plated Sherle Wagner Faucets and accessories, handcrafted solid white marble vanities, 100% cotton finest Italian oversized Mascioni bath towels, and so on. The technological upgrades include high definition television, wireless high-speed internet connection, in-room DVD Player, etc.

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In the entire deal, the Suites are the most refurbished, and they are twice the size of the Guestrooms and offering the best views the city has to offer. Some of the massive Suites accommodate sitting areas, Butler’s Pantry, or an additional Powder room. The Royal Plaza Suite offers over 4000 square feet of space: 3 bathrooms with their own entrances, 3 bedrooms with their own entrances, and three bathrooms as well as a dining room that seats 12. The hotel’s public areas include the New Plaza Retail Collection featuring world-class boutiques, the Caudalie Vinotherapie spa®, the Warren Tricomi salons, and the Rado fitness center. With the incorporation of new amenities, the Plaza is all set to be a landmark for another century.

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