As one can only imagine, some of the best accommodations can be found on The Upper East Side, all primely located and pristinely kept.
The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York
The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York, located opposite Central Park, is an establishment rich in history and a smashing choice for those looking to indulge in the finer things. Moreover, The Pierre, A Taj Hotel will have its guests situated just minutes away from great landmarks and shopping opportunities (such as Barney’s, Bloomingdale’s and Rockefeller Center), offering eloquent and truly luxurious amenities, dining and experiences. Additionally, The Pierre, A Taj Hotel hosts a great selection of events throughout the year, and guests shouldn’t be surprised to find a Broadway show, jazz orchestra or similar live music events taking place within its midst.
The Mark New York
The Mark New York hotel is sure to ignite your senses with its innovative and artistic design. Similarly situated within the regions of Central Park, The Mark New York Hotel holds quite a few aces up its sleeve – offering pet-friendly accommodations, The Mark Bike Rides and Picnics by Jean-Georges, fabulous hair treatments from their in-house Frédéric Fekkai’s Hair Salon and is within walking distance to all the action. For instance, The Whitney Museum of American Art and Times Square are situated just a stone’s throw away, and guests will be absolutely delighted with all there is to see and do in and around the hotel.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
Hôtel Plaza Athénée is decorated with sheer modern sophistication and can be found situated in The Upper East Side and within the area of The Museum of Modern Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Lexington Station. Their in-house restaurant, The Arabelle Restaurant, prepares delicious American cuisines while the on-site spa, Spa Valmont, will guarantee relaxation after a long days’ worth of exploring.
The Surrey hotel features a breathtaking, private rooftop garden where one can enjoy the smashing views across the city while being closely located to The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MoMA), Bernard Museum Temple Emanu-El and the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain. It is a timeless, intimate and discreet stay and their cosmopolitan restaurant stays true to the haute cuisines from The Upper East Side and lingering Café Society, awarding The Surrey hotel as an esteemed Michelin Star eatery.