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Ritz Carlton New York Central Park vs The Plaza

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Ritz Carlton New York Central Park vs The Plaza



Ritz Carlton New York Central Park
The Plaza

 

Ritz Carlton New York Central Park

The Plaza

Address 50 Central Park South
New York
5th Avenue At 59th Street
New York
Phone 212-308-9100 212-669-7700
Class 5 star 5 star
Price From $695.00 to $845.00 From $595.00 to $1,095.00
Floors 22 floors 20 floors
Rooms 309 rooms 282 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Smoke Free
Spa
Luxury
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry


  1. Ritz Carlton New York Central Park
  2. The Plaza
Ritz Carlton New York Central Park

Synonymous with luxury and excellence, our 261-room hotel is a worldwide symbol for the finest in facilities, dining, and services. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central park offers a private townhome setting that is intimate and exclusive. Thoughtful property amenities include the North American debut of The La Prairie at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, a 24-hour complimentary Fitness Center, fine dining at Atelier, a French restaurant with American accents, the Club Lounge, which offers six fabulous food and beverage presentations daily, and oustanding scenic views of Central Park.



The Plaza

The Plaza sparkles like never before, fresh from a recently completed 400 million top-to-bottom renovation.Offering the largest and most luxurious rooms and suites in Manhattan. Guestroom features include 24 hour Butler Service, Concierge direct wireless tablet that controls all room functions, and connects to staff for services, wireless Internet, wall mounted flat screen TVs, and large baths complete with inlaid Mosaic tiles.Dining options at the Plaza are endless. The legendary Oak Room and Oak Bar provide the quintessential New York experience. The Hotel Lobby features the elegant Champagne Bar and stylish Rose Club. If that's not enough, remember that the wonders of Central Park are literally at your doorstep.



The Plaza tips and reviews

Here's what Trippy members say about The Plaza:

"Other very quiet place to rest for a while is to go to the The Plaza; very nice (Central Park)."  See More

"For example, go tour the grand and famous hotel lobbies, like the The Plaza, The Waldorf Astoria and many more."  See More

"I will also add a visit to the few nice stores in Times Square such as M&M's World, TOYS"R"US and obviously don't forget to take them to FAO Schwarz located pretty close to former The Plaza."  See More

"Must do's: See a show on Broadway Times Square, take a horse-drawn carriage ride in Central Park, have high tea The Plaza, grab a pizza Lombardi's Pizza, check out Chinatown New York, try a speakeasy but please don't tell yelp which one you went to or you will ruin it, eat Eataly, pay tribute at Ground Zero Museum Workshop - so much to do but you can do a lot in three days!"  See More

"You can also visit The Plaza food court hall."  See More

"You can also visit The Plaza hotel, home of "Eloise," and do a special tea."  See More

"For me, it's still the famous at 59th and Central Park S."  See More

"The Plaza is iconic and has one of the best locations in NYC."  See More

"Hmm, interesting question--for the girl, you might want to pick up an Eloise doll at The Plaza."  See More

"I love Courtney's suggestion of taking them to the The Plaza to see Eloise!"  See More

"I would take them to the The Plaza to see the Eloise painting (if they're not into Eloise yet, read the books before you go--it's the quintessential book about a little girl in the city!"  See More

"If BG is a little too steep or you just don’t want to spend the money there, I would hop over to The Plaza and check out Todd English Food Hall."  See More

"at the The Plaza–if they like the book, they’ll love the Eloise-themed activities here · Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel– Yes, I know it seems weird to bring kids to a bar, but a) it’s New York (kidding) and b) the bar is decorated in murals by the man who did the illustrations for the Madeline book series."  See More



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