Most Iconic

Historic Hotel

The Plaza

The Plaza, opened in New York City in 1907, is one of the most iconic hotels in the world; over the years, this hotel has been the site of opulent parties and wild, over-the-top nights spent within the hotel, located just off of Central Park. Truman Capote threw his famous Black and White Ball here; on their first visit to the states, the Beatles took up an entire wing on the 15th floor; in the film "North by Northwest," Cary Grant was captured by spies in the hotel's famous Oak Bar. It could be said that no other New York hotel, and possibly any hotel in the world, is as synonymous with old-time glamour as the Plaza. Rooms are large, particularly for New York, decor is grand (picture gold fixtures, high ceilings, and massive chandeliers), and service is top-notch.

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