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The Pierre

The Pierre

New York, The US

Rising up to 41 stories above street level, The Pierre towers over Central Park and offers an opulent retreat from the hubbub of Manhattan. The hotel’s Upper East Side location provides convenient access to many of they city's well-known attractions from the comfort of one of New York’s more exclusive enclaves.

Built in the Art Deco style so prevalent in the 1930s, the hotel has been lovingly renovated and blends old-world elegance with modern luxury. The lavishly appointed rooms and suites embody the hotel’s historic past and the Park View rooms offer unparalleled views. In the evening, guests can enjoy a fine dining experience in the French-American restaurant, Perrine, or marvel at the murals in the Rotunda Room over cocktails.


Located in Central Park, this hotel is ideally suited as a base to see the sights of New York. You might even get lucky and see a celebrity or two as the hotel does attract the rich and famous. Many of the hotel’s suites are also suitable for families.


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Each of the Superior, Class and Deluxe room types is spacious and well appointed. The Park View rooms offer a view of the Manhattan skyline interrupted by sprawling Central Park. The collection of suites includes one-, two- and even four-bedroom options with city and skyline views.


Situated on Fifth Avenue at the southeast corner of Central Park, The Pierre enjoys an exclusive position in Manhattan. Madison Avenue's many boutiques, Times Square and a plethora of the city’s finest museums are all in close proximity. The local area is serviced by a selection of subway lines with multiple stations within walking distance of the hotel.

Food and drink

The hotel’s French-American restaurant, Perrine, serves a seasonally inspired menu featuring locally sourced ingredients. In the summer, an outdoor seating area is available on the Rosé Terrace overlooking Central Park. The Rotunda, an opulent cocktail lounge-cum-restaurant, features marble stairs and decorative ceilings. The more casual Two E Bar invites guests to enjoy cocktails or afternoon tea in an Art Deco setting.


Many of the hotel’s suites are suitable for families, offering a variety of room types and bedding configurations. 

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