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Since opening in 1907, the Plaza has been embedded in our hearts and psyches as the epitome of elegance and the epicenter of high society. The Plaza’s storied past turns up
in fact and fiction, from Truman Capote’s fabled “Black and White Ball” to the movie “Bride Wars” in which Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson vie for the Grand Ballroom.
And then, of course, there’s Eloise, the privileged, sassy fictional six-year-old who called the Plaza home. Generations of readers have enjoyed her mischievous adventures in a series of books by Kay Thompson.
The legendary address, underwent a three-year, $450-million renovation that culminated with the reopening of the beloved Palm Court, a “vinotherapie” spa (treatments are based on the restorative properties of grapes) and, in homage to Eloise, a fanciful suite designed by Betsey Johnson.
The eye-popping space, resplendant in hot pink, zebra and gold, is stocked with color co-ordinated candy, petticoats and princess crowns. At the ready are Eloise DVDs, books, a tea set, dolls and a fluffy signature robe. The hotel is across the street from Central Park and is close to fthe American Girl doll store and F.A.O Schwartz.