There’s no more prestigious hotel address then The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York. Nestled on Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park, this iconic property offers luscious guestrooms and suites adorned with rich silks, original art and inviting furnishings. Of course, as a Virtuoso guest, you’ll be treated like the VIP that you are… and daily Continental Breakfast for two in Perrine Restaurant, along with a $100 food and beverage credit once during your stay. Be sure and reserve a table at French-American, Perrine Restaurant featuring seasonally inspired fare and daily special of vintage Pierre classics… or settle in for a drink at “Two E” Bar & Lounge. You’ll never want to leave… once you’ve discovered The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York.
The Pierre, Taj’s iconic U.S. flagship hotel, sits on New York’s Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park, still maintains its classic ambiance and original grandeur. Its illustrious history is still playing out in its 189 guestrooms, including 49 suites, 11 of which are the hotel’s premier Grand Suites. The Pierre’s superlative banquet spaces, including the Ballroom and Cotillion room, were also renovated.
The Pierre’s guestrooms and suites have been transformed to feature a warm, inviting residential-style décor with a feeling of quiet refinement. Color palettes comprised of soft neutrals are accented with burgundy and rose, light blues, greens, corals or gold and silver. Richly textured silk and brocade fabrics adorn upholstery, pillows, draperies and bed throws. Hand-carved carpets feature intricate patterns and offer superb acoustical sound control.
Each room also enjoys state of the art technology including 40-inch flat screen televisions, Bose Wave Studio with iPod docking stations, WiFi, and working desk with built-in data and power outlets. Accommodations are extra quiet with new windows that are operable.
Two dining and nightlife outlets within the hotel. Perrine Restaurant offers simple and elegant dishes enhanced by vibrant ingredients and harmonious flavor pairings, from expertly prepared meat and seafood entrees to colorfully composed vegetable dishes.
The New York Times acclaimed Two E Bar/Lounge, named for its location at 2 East 61st Street, is a dynamic space that serves hotel guests and neighborhood patrons alike. The Alexandra Champalimaud designed space features a striking art deco copper bar as its centerpiece which artfully balances the old world detailing on the classic columns and ceiling. The lounge, which offers light fare, an elaborate afternoon tea in a residential-style sitting area by day, transforms into a stylish bar that serves up modern cocktails, a relaxed intimate atmosphere, weekend jazz and a seasonal Broadway series.