Seeing Central Park Package
A stroll through Central Park is a quintessential New York experience that should not be missed. As part of its commitment to conserving one of the city's treasures, The Plaza has partnered with the Central Park Conservancy* to offer its guests an exclusive private tour of this landscape architecture masterpiece with the organization's premier historian and photographer, Sara Cedar Miller. Tours will be customized to the guests' preferences and interests. Focuses can include wildlife, history, film, art & architecture, gardens & nature, behind-the-scenes operations, romantic destinations, or family attractions, among others.
- Luxurious accommodations in a suite
- A private, customized tour* of Central Park with Sara Cedar Miller, premier historian and photographer of the Central Park Conservancy
- A signed copy of Central Park, An American Masterpiece; Seeing Central Park, The Official Guide to the World's Greatest Urban Park; or Strawberry Fields: Central Park's Memorial to John Lennon by Sara Cedar Miller
- Champagne toast for two in The Champagne Bar at The Plaza
*Tours accommodate 1-6 persons by vehicle or up to 20 for a walking tour.
This offer is available year-round, subject to availability.
From $1,195 USD per night, based on double occupancy and exclusive of tax & gratuity.
Reservation & Cancellation Policy:
A minimum of 14 days advance reservation is required with a seven day cancellation policy.
This offer is not applicable to group bookings of ten or more and package cannot be combined with any other special offer. For detailed rate information or to book your reservation, please call (888) 240-7775 or book on-line by clicking on the button below. *About the Central Park Conservancy The mission of the Central Park Conservancy is to restore, manage and enhance Central Park in partnership with the public, for the enjoyment of present and future generations. The Central Park Conservancy is a private, not-for-profit organization founded in 1980 that manages Central Park under a contract with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. Thanks to the generosity of many individuals, corporations, foundations, and the City of New York, the Conservancy has invested more than $550 million to date into the Park, making it a model for urban parks worldwide. The Conservancy provides more than 85 percent of Central Park's annual $38 million operating budget and is responsible for all basic care of the Park.