The Pierre, A Taj Hotel
Book from £595
Address: 2 E 61st St, , New York, US
No of Rooms: 201
Location. The historic Pierre hotel stands across from Central Park at Fifth Avenue in Manhattan's Upper East Side neighborhood in New York City, N.Y. Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue shopping are four blocks from the hotel. Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral are 10 blocks away. Times Square and the United Nations Headquarters are one mile from the hotel. Hotel Features. Rich with 1930s detail, the Pierre is decorated with hand painted murals and Italian marble. The Pierre's signature room, The Rotunda, features an intricately designed mosaic tile floor and offers a traditional English afternoon tea. Other dining options include Caf Pierre specializing in continental cuisine and the Pierre Bar, which offers hors d'oeuvres and light snacks. In room dining is available 24 hours a day. The hotel's 24 hour business facilities include 18,000 square feet of meeting space, five conference rooms, multiple computer workstations and wireless Internet access. Cardiovascular equipment and strength machines, including treadmills, Lifecycles and StairMasters, are available in the complimentary fitness center. Two salons are located on site and offer massages, facials and hair care for men and women. Guestrooms. Guestrooms at the Pierre are embellished with fine artifacts and dcor. Down pillows and duvets cover beds. Bathrooms feature oversized cotton bath towels and terry cloth bathrobes. Refrigerated private bars are included. Select rooms offer views of Central Park and the Upper East Side. Expert Tip. The Pierre lives up to its family friendly reputation by offering an array of children's amenities. Bedtime milk and cookies, child size bathrobes, complimentary baby and children's toiletries and children's menus are just a few of the many special services offered to families with children. Complimentary use of highchairs, strollers and toys is also offered. Hotel Closure Notice: The hotel is scheduled to be closed for renovations beginning January 1, 2008. The expected reopen date is January 1, 2009. These dates are subject to change.