New York is a city packed with a massive amount of legendary and swanky hotels, of which one of the main and most important is The Plaza. Built in 1907, the iconic structure was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1969.It is very often the preferred choice for visiting VIPs, such as international politicians and stars of television and music. The Royal Plaza Suite over looks central park and is able to boast the best views of Manhattan and its famous skyline. The hotel has appeared in many films including Brewster’s Millions, Sleepless in Seattle and Home Alone 2 (Lost in New York) due to its appearance and location.
The insides are palatial, loaded with imperial, old world charm. The opulent suites come with a formal dining room, a gymnasium, a library, a grand piano, a butler’s pantry and, for those that bring along their own personal chefs, a full kitchen. Each room also comes with its own private elevator, while the traditional interiors come with crystal chandeliers, gold and brass-plated fixtures, marble floors, fresh flowers and tall, stained-glass ceilings.