The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York

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The Pierre, New York, A Taj Hotel occupies a choice corner right on Central Park,where Midtown’s upscale shopping merges into the residential elegance of the Upper East Side. One of the city’s original grande dame properties, the hotel is managed by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and offers a stunning blend of old-world glamour and contemporary innovation.

 

The Pierre Reception area
The Pierre Reception area

 

The Grand Ballroom, one of New York’s eminent wedding spots, has a restored trompe l’oeil ceiling and historic rotunda, while other public spaces boast a more modern sensibility, like the Art Deco inspired Two E Bar/Lounge created by designers Alexandra Champalimaud and Edwarth Melcarth. Guest rooms are understated with sumptuous touches, like silk fabrics and original artwork. The exceptional concierge team can arrange everything from picnic hampers and concert tickets to a private jet.

 

The Pierre the rotunda
The Pierre the rotunda

 

 

The Pierre grand ballroom
The Pierre grand ballroom

 

Guest rooms

The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York’s 200 guestrooms and suites are richly appointed with textured silks and brocades. Beds are dressed in luxury Frette linens, and bathrooms feature Turkish marble, oversized showerheads, and Molton Brown amenities. Relax with a movie on the flat-panel HDTV, or dock your iPod on the Bose Wave stereo system. Need to finish up some work? Wireless Internet access is free, and the electronic in-room safe will charge your laptop. Thoughtful touches include complimentary newspapers, overnight shoeshines, and twice-daily housekeeping with turndown service.

The Pierre suite
The Pierre suite
The Pierre city view suite
The Pierre city view suite

 

 

The Pierre guestroom bathrooms
The Pierre guestroom bathrooms

Dining

Sirio Ristorante New York – Named after the legendary restaurateur Sirio Maccioni. The restaurant space has been renovated by hospitality interior designer Adam Tihany, with a decor inspired by Federico Fellini’s film La Dolce Vita. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Sirio Ristorante New York has enlisted Italian chef Filippo Gozzoli who will offer a menu of traditional and contemporary dishes with Florentine, Tuscan and Parisian influences.

 

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