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It was revealed last month that a one-bedroom apartment in The Plaza Hotel, an American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts property, residences was up for sale and included a private butler. Well, now you have a chance to live even better than the famous storybook character Eloise with a new unit in the iconic building that just hit the rental market.
Mansion 201, within The Plaza, just went on the market for $46,000 per month and includes some enviable amenities no other residence has. It is the only home in the landmark building with a private elevator and a personal grand staircase with a private landing. Yes, you get to have a private mansion within one of the most luxurious hotels in New York City.
Of course, a private elevator isn’t the only thing the new resident will get. At 4,665 square feet, the 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home features Central Park views from every window and has Bang & Olufsen audio-visual equipment installed. Additional features include antique limed French oak herringbone and wide plank flooring. And did we mention that the home comes fully furnished with Armani/Casa and Poltrona Frau furniture? All you have to do is walk-in.
“Every feature in the home has been carefully designed including impeccable period moldings and fine woodwork all crafted and installed by the world-renowned Clive Christian,” reads the listing. “The residence also comes equipped with Castlewood soundproof windows and Quiet Rock insulation making the residence exceedingly quiet.”
Also included in the rental are all of the amenities of the hotel. Yes, you have access to in-room dining, maid service, the concierge, the gym, a 24-hour doorman, and the Warren Tricomi Salon.
Of course, you also get bragging rights of joining a long list of famous residents. The star-studded Plaza Residences have been home to names like F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tommy Hilfiger, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Christian Dior. "Privacy, exclusivity, and one of a kind legacy," according to the listing.