New York City, NY

Our family experience at The Pierre New York

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The PierreDaniel Haddad

The Pierre is one of NYC’s most iconic and grand hotels. Located in the Upper East Side and just across the street from Central Park, the hotel sits as a luxurious landmark serving the discerning traveller. We loved the elegant grandeur that is evident from the moment you enter and consistent throughout the property. Step through the gold adorned revolving door and you’ll be assisted by refined doormen, welcoming staff, and a beautiful lobby. The hotel was opened in 1930 and updated throughout the years but never lost their opulent style and impeccable hospitality standards.

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ViewsDaniel Haddad

We loved our spacious connecting rooms with impressive NYC rooftop views and detailed touches to ensure we had a five star stay. Their personalised concierge service means they can curate a one of a kind cityscape for you and your family. Inform them of your children’s ages and interest and they’ll plan a fun filled and varied itinerary. Just a short walk from the Central Park and Billy Johnson Playground which was a huge hit with our kids. Also close to the hotel was the New York Public Library, all the shops of 5th Avenue and Legoland, which kept our little ones entertained for hours. You’ll never run out of places to explore and things to do. Make sure to dine at Perrine, their elegant seasonally inspired restaurant where you can dine in style and enjoy a delicious menu designed by talented Executive Chef Ashfer Biju. A perfect choice for your unforgettable family holiday in New York City.

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