12 July, 2010

New social experience at the Pierre

Recently i had attended a social media event at the Two E Bar/Lounge at The Pierre hotel on Central Park. While making new friends, business connections and sipping my delicious Apple Black cocktail I re-discovered this NYC iconic hotel and its 100 million dollar renovated beauty.
The Pierre's grand owning and ornate exterior moldings
While walking around The Pierre and taking pictures I fantasized about: getting into the white glove staffed elevator, sneaking inside a luxurious suite, lounging around in the hotel’s signature plush robe and enjoying my favorite music on the in-room Bose Home Theater system. Then would come a good work out after indulging in around the clock room service at the 24-hour fitness center, which is more impressive then a lot of gyms out there. Where else but The Pierre would you find hand-painted murals and Italian marble next to an Elliptical machine. My decadent Pierre stay fantasy would include many of its personalized services ranging from unpacking and packing to a complimentary car services to a Broadway play. 
The Pierre's ground floor
Personally, I can’t wait to explore The Pierre’s new dining experiences. A delicious pre-fixe lunch at the Two E Bar/Lounge. Then two selections of the Afternoon Tea’s offerings followed by an updated version of comfort food for dinner at the adjacent Le Caprice, the new Upper East Side “it” restaurant with soon-to-be outdoor seating. And if it happens to be an “every other” Thursday of the month then it’s back to Two E for some dancing and enjoying the Summer Solstice cocktail celebration.
Two E Bar/Lounge ambiance
Beautiful entrance doors with world-know "P" logo
This wall mural makes you feel like you're looking at a beautiful garden

5 new facts about the Pierre:
1. Two E Bar/Lounge is named for its location at 2 East 61st Street and designed by Alexandra Champalimaud.
2. Jaguar and Land Rover owners receive complimentary valet parking
3. Le Caprice, the hotel’s new brasserie-style restaurant, is the U.S. location for this popular U.K. favorite and designed by Swedish designer Martin Brudnizki.
4. It has 18,000 square feet of banquet space, six distinctive public rooms and 3 business meeting rooms
5. On October 1, 2010, The Pierre will be celebrating an 80 year legacy of unsurpassed hospitality, sophistication and impeccable service
The Ballroom's decor makes any event look like a royal soiree
Rotunda space with exquisite fixtures and trompe l'oeil sky ceiling 
Luxuriously detailed wall murals and staircase art
Whether you choose to have fun, rest, work, dine or dance I’m sure you’ll enjoy all the luxury and white glove service that will be waiting for you at The Pierre.

The Pierre’s website: http://www.tajhotels.com/pierre/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/ThePierreNY

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