|Distance to city center||1.1 mi|
|Nearest Airport||New York John F Kennedy Intl|
|Distance to airport||13.3 mi|
|"The entire staff were excellent"||(in 54 reviews)|
|"Will definitely return to this hotel."||(in 36 reviews)|
|"The location is perfect."||(in 67 reviews)|
|"Bathroom is very tiny and difficult for two people to operate together."||(in 3 reviews)|
|beautiful hotel||in 20 reviews|
|bit of a let-down||in 9 reviews|
|central park||in 24 reviews|
|chocolate delicious||in 1 review|
|deluxe room||in 52 reviews|
|food was delicious||in 15 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 120 reviews|
|great location||in 93 reviews|
|madison||in 4 reviews|
|new york||in 4 reviews|
|park view||in 17 reviews|
|room service||in 46 reviews|
|room was upgraded||in 6 reviews|
|weddings functions||in 1 review|
service is all around superb
Luxury with spice in the heart of manhattan
Location is great next to Central Park and a short walk to all the midtown shopping of Fifth And Madison Avenues. Taj has added the spice and great Indian hospitality.
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wonderful staff and excellent service, good room service recipes, amazing manager at check in, absolutely incredible and wonderfully welcoming customer service
room was incredibly dated and due for a remodel years ago, minimal in furniture, old and worn mattress , sheets incredibly thin with very used and uncomfortable bedding, carpet is dusty from years and years of use, furniture was so old, minimal, totally uncomfortable, bathroom lighting incredibly poor, light fixtures giving off minimal light, lack of art or general in room FF&E comfort expected at a 5 star property
Excellent location & friendly staff
Luxurious hotel with superb location! The staff are caring, friendly & very helpful with restaurant recommendations or any other needs!
The superior rooms are on the smaller side as compared to other luxury hotels in the same price range
Old fashion very loud poor AC system
Warm and friendly atmosphere
Seriously, see through glass is going to cost more
The windows in the room were frosted. No view, not even of the air shaft. The room was discounted and the advertisement said, 'Courtyard View', so expectations were low. But FROSTED WINDOWS at the PIERRE.....WTF. If I were the Pierre I would be embarrassed to sell that room. Save it as a spare, use it to comp. someone when you are sold out, but don't advertise it as a Courtyard View when rooms at Rikers' Island have a better view of a courtyard than cell block 412, at the Pierre. I cannot believe the Pierre needs my $500/night and would stoop to selling this room, which is so below their supposed standards. Get rid of the elevator escorts and you won't have to mislead people into an unsatisfying purchase. No more Taj, Pierre for this vacationer. The Essex House has worked fine in the past and will again in the future. HUGE disappointment.
Very nice with friendly, helpful staff and great r
The suite was beautiful and nicely appointed. Room was upgraded to suite due to my anniversary. They sent gratis champagne and cake which was waiting for us after dinner.
We were on 4th floor and room was next to heating/AC machines. So long as you didn't look out the window, it was lovely. (I recognize I didn't pay for park view but street view but did end up with the single worst view room in the place.)
Location, staff, security and quiet elegance. Beds were also extremely comfortable. Cleanliness of rooms was noticeably good. Hotel is very quiet at night. You will get a good night's sleep.
They need an easy coffee shop with coffee and breakfast breads/toast available on the go at a reasonable price. Coffee service in lobby should remain open longer.
Large and renovated bathroom
I love Indian food and since the Pierre is a member of the Taj Group, they have several traditional Indian cuisine items on the menu, even for breakfast. Plus, their Indian food is delicious!
The Pierre, A Taj Hotel was built in the 1920s. This landmark hotel sits on Fifth Avenue, and was reopened in 2007 after $100 million in renovations were completed. Situated right at the corner of the Upper East Side and Central Park, this hotel is just steps from all of the luxurious shopping, dining, and entertainment that Fifth Avenue and Manhattan are known for. The hotel has embraced a unique upscale design that focuses on the ever-changing culture of the city, creating an environment that is modern and charming all at once. The Pierre offers 189 guest rooms and suites that are designed to individually showcase their history while still providing all of the modern amenities. There are six stunning conference rooms and meeting rooms in the hotel, as well, making it great for corporate events and meetings. The signature onsite restaurant offers rooftop dining on a seasonal basis with a setting that overlooks Central Park. The front desk staff at the hotel offers a variety of services and support for guests. Concierge services are even available to help with planning sightseeing tours, arranging reservations, and securing event tickets. There are 49 suites that feature a range of high-end accommodations and upscale amenities. Guests can also visit the Rotunda, the salon, or call for in-room spa services from the onsite spa therapist. This is a pet-friendly hotel and has kid-friendly accommodations and programs as well as an on-call doctor.
Based on 5,581 reviews
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