An institution on the Upper East Side, The Pierre has been a landmark hotel in the city since opening in 1930. A monument to New York City grandeur and steeped in history, it could not be chicer, and despite numerous upgrades has never lost sight of its timeless hospitality values. With an established reputation as a cornerstone of New York glamour The Pierre has been the choice of icon guests including Coco Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, and Yves Saint Laurent. Initially modelled after Versailles by famed architects Schultze and Weaver, the 41-story structure has a stately neo-Georgian style with black and white marble floors, a magnificent ballroom with typically grand staircases, and a Rotunda with ornate murals hand-painted by American artist Edward Melcarth.

The hotel homes 189 exquisitely furnished guest rooms including 49 suites, of which 11 are grand suites. For those wanting to spend less on their rooms while benefitting from all that the hotel offers, the entry-level Pierre Deluxe and Park View are ideal, as is the Signature Park View. Dining options include the blend of French-American dishes and aromatic Indian cuisine at Perrine, The Rotunda and Two E Lounge. You will feel the unmatched commitment to service from the moment of arrival with the doormen out front, the white-gloved elevator operators and Les Clefs d’Or concierges devoted to meeting all of your wants and needs, from arrival to reluctant departure.

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