To celebrate the grand re-opening of The Pierre, Taj Hotels' flagship property by New York's Central Park, the property is offering 40 percent off its newly renovated Grand Suites. Ranging in size from one to three bedrooms, with up to 2,000 square feet of space, these interiors offer magnificent views of Manhattan and Central Park, and residential-style pied-a-terres for discerning guests.
The 11 Grand Suites, two with terraces that can accommodate parties up to 30, are designed with custom furnishings, hand-crafted finishes and details that includes rich silk and brocade fabrics, Murano glass chandeliers, hand-knotted carpets and Bang & Olufsen audio systems.
Following a meticulous $100-million renovation, The Pierre now offers 189 redesigned residential-style guest rooms, including 39 suites and 11 Grand Suites, all featuring a quiet feeling of luxury and complemented by services personally crafted to attend to each guest's every need.
Guests can dine at Le Caprice, which opened its first U.S. restaurant outside London in New York at The Pierre. Mirroring the London restaurant, Le Caprice New York houses a series of photographs of iconic 60s model Jean Shrimpton by British photographer David Bailey. Long-standing favorites from the London restaurant, such as Thai-Baked sea bass, will continue to appear within the newly designed New York menu.
Two E, a new bar/lounge in The Pierre, features classic cocktails and light fare in an Alexandra Champalimaud-designed space. Afternoon tea is served from 3-5 p.m. Culinary selections include The Pierre Salad with langoustines.
Business groups hosting meetings and receptions at The Pierre may select from three new boardrooms with state-of-the-art amenities that can accommodate groups up to 75. These business-centric rooms complement the hotel's expansive banquet spaces on the second floor that can accommodate private events for up to 1,500 guests.
Discounted Grand Suite rates begin at $3,900. Visit www.tajhotels.com/pierre.