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Delivering Alpha | The Pierre

The Pierre Hotel in New York City.
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The Pierre Hotel in New York City.

2 East 61st Street
New York, NY 10065
(212) 838-8000

The Pierre, the iconic flagship of Taj Hotels on New York's Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park, re-opened on June 1, 2009 following a meticulous $100 million renovation to create new guestroom and bath interiors and reconfigure first floor public areas to include London's classic brasserie, Le Caprice and Two E Bar/Lounge, the residential-style lounge by day and stylish bar by night.

The first phase of the Pierre renovation was completed in January 2007, and included the Grand Ballroom, the Cotillion Room & Foyer. All banquet and meeting rooms are open, fully staffed and operative throughout the second phase of the renovation.

Even in a city where exclusive luxuries are the norm, there is one hotel that is far more rare and special than the rest. Possessing a fabled Central Park location in Midtown Manhattan and legendary history, The Pierre continues to set the standard for elegance and unrivaled hospitality.

The Pierre features the newest and most inviting guestrooms in the city. Staff outnumbers guests by a ratio of three to one, allowing us to focus on anticipating a guest's every need. London's classic, Le Caprice, captivates New Yorkers at The Pierre with its signature European dishes created for the American palette.

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