A century ago The Plaza established its distinction as the paragon of luxury, replete with its trademark passion and uncompromising service, which have made the hotel a legend. The Plaza is the premier New York City hotel, and is New York’s most celebrated address. In this fast-paced city, set aside some time to slow down your pace with a horse-drawn carriage ride through iconic Central Park.

Timeless. Authentic. Unforgettable. From the sumptuous decor to the impeccable white glove service, The Plaza is an extraordinary hotel that will offer its guests every indulgence. Amenities include a world-class retail collection featuring exclusive boutiques and purveyors of fine food, as well as the spa, fitness center and salon. The Palm Court continues to offer its timeless afternoon tea, as the legendary Oak Room and Oak Bar provide the quintessential New York experience. The newest addition to The Plaza is the Food Hall, a space akin to European food halls not typically found in the United States. The Plaza Food Hall offers a thoughtfully curated selection of New York favorites and relative newcomers, including specialty coffees, an oyster bar, a wine bar, sushi, and so much more. Whether you’re a born-and-bred New Yorker looking to enjoy childhood favorites or a visitor who wants to sample a cross-section of the city’s best, you truly can find it all under the famous gabled roof of The Plaza.

The Plaza was built by the Rockefeller family in 1907, and its location on Fifth Avenue and Central Park could not be more magnificent. This massive complex is seen as an international symbol of modernist architectural style and contains many intriguing Art-Deco style architectural and artistic designs, and is known as one of the most elegant hotels in the world.

Sit back, unwind, and enjoy an open-air carriage ride through stunning Central Park! Board a historic carriage, pulled by a beautiful horse, and spend a relaxing evening in the park with your loved one, friends or family. Stroll through the scenic pathways, take in sights of the lush green park, and if it’s cold outside, snuggle up under a warm blanket! Your coachman will also be your guide as you jaunt through Central Park, pointing out the many famous historical landmarks, including the Conservatory Water, the Wollman Rink, the Imagine Mosaic, the Conservatory Garden, the Central Park Reservoir, the Bow Bridge, the Central Park Carousel, Belvedere Castle and the Central Park Zoo, as well as the places made famous by Hollywood films.

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Corned beef, pastrami, turkey, matzah ball soup, pickles, knishes, cheesecake – yes, we’re talking about deli food, a nothing-fancy-but-oh-so-delicious culinary genre all its own! New York City is the American hub for world-famous delicatessen restaurants, since so many people emigrated there from Europe just a few generations ago, and now boasts dozens of family-owned deli landmarks. Make this trip to New York City one of a kind with a gift card that will treat you to three of the best meals in town: nosh your way through the Carnegie Deli, Katz’s Deli, and the 2nd Avenue Deli.

Founded in 1937, the world-famous Carnegie Deli is a true New York City landmark situated in Midtown on 7th Avenue at 55th Street. The restaurant is family-owned and operated, and also smokes and cures its own meats, and bakes it own renowned cheesecake and desserts. Celebrities, dignitaries, athletes, locals and out-of-towners continually come back for more – and you’ll want to, too!

Since 1888, Katz’s Deli has maintained the tradition of quality that made the restaurant a beloved deli among the immigrants who crowded into the Lower East Side over one hundred years ago. Since then, generations have stood before the carver as he skillfully carves piles of pastrami, turkey and corned beef.

The 2nd Avenue Deli started out as a ten-seat luncheonette, owned by European immigrant Abe Lebewohl. Over the past sixty years, the 2nd Avenue Deli has become one of New York’s most beloved restaurants, and has earned its reputation of serving the finest kosher Jewish culinary creations in the city.

By day you’ll enjoy old world European food, but by night you’ll be relaxing in modern comfort at the Grand Hyatt. Just steps away from Grand Central Terminal, Grand Hyatt New York boasts an ideal Manhattan location, and from your hotel room it’s a pleasant stroll to Park Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Broadway theaters and numerous opportunities for dining, shopping and entertainment.

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