“The Great Gatsby”
The Plaza celebrates the Roaring '20s with period-inspired affairs this spring, in honor of its role in Baz Luhrmann's new film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's “The Great Gatsby”. The Plaza’s history is intrinsically tied to this timeless American novel and its author F. Scott Fitzgerald, who, with his wife Zelda, was a devoted patron of The Plaza. Epitomizing the Lost Generation, Fitzgerald’s exploits were notorious and he regularly drew inspiration from everyday life for his novels. The hotel’s enduring presence on the New York social scene made it a natural setting for the most climactic scene in the novel and the upcoming film. This spring, guests and visitors can embrace the Jazz Age with a collection of experiences throughout The Plaza.
Not to be missed Timeless NYC style and grace
This place is INSANE! It's so opulent you'll feel like royalty. Seriously, it feels like you're spending the night in a castle! The design is French-traditional, and there are so many traditional features and accents it feels like you're in an upscale antique store. Or Versailles. TIP: If you can afford it, request to upgrade to a room with a balcony. Sadly, they charge a fee for Wifi. Ooh, another tip, have afternoon tea in the Palm Court!
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