THE PLAZA HOTEL, 5th Avenue
Superstars like Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Eddie Murphy and, Kelsey Grammer have all hosted their nuptials at the fabulous Plaza.
A Central Park-view marriage reception here is luxe. All the way is running 375$ plus tax and 23% service, per person for the high time of Saturday night in June or September.
They require a least of 200 guests, and if you would like to carry your celebration in the Terrace Room. That would extend your credit line for an additional 12,000$.
As the hotel is performing such a big payday, they will give the couple a bridal suite. The room is for the wedding night, plus day-of arrangement suites for the bride and the groom.
Added perk: The per-person reception cost also incorporates a uniquely designed cake from famous cake-makers Sylvia Weinstock or Ron Ben-Israel.
Address: Fifth Ave at Central Park South
MANDARIN ORIENTAL, Columbus Circle
The luxury Mandarin Oriental hotel atop the Time Warner center always makes you feel like the ultimate staycation in the city. The 36th-floor views of Central Park are rather mindblowing.
So imagine getting married up here. It will cost you 350 $, plus tax and 22 percent service, per person, but there is no additional rental charge to hold your ceremony here.
The charge does not incorporate a cake, but they do offer champagne with your three-course feast. The hotel provides the usually comped day-of and night-of bridal suite.
Address: 80 Columbus Circle at 60th St.
Size: 75-350; standard wedding size is 250 guests.
The Weylin is the place of the iconic Williamsburg Savings Bank. Renowned architect George B built the Weylin.
Peter B. Wright interiorly designed the Weylin in 1875. Following an award-winning recreation, the Weylin was born.
It is now serving as one of the city’s premier venues, with its magnificent frescoed dome, wooden carvings, ornate mosaics, and period decor as its centerpiece. The site is ideal for a myriad of decor concepts, guest counts, and unique experiences like an after-party in their 1875 Bar.
Address: 175 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Gramercy Park Terrace
Size: 120 seated, 250 standing guests
Located on the 18th floor Gramercy Park Hotel, the Gramercy Terrace gives views of the Manhattan skyline. And the hotel provides a garden oasis from the bustling streets of New York City.
This premier event area is open and airy. And with a fully weatherized retractable roof, it’s perfect all year long.
The hotel Terrace is interiorly designed, furnished with 20th-century masterpieces furniture. From Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol, and luxurious exterior gardens that wind around the rooftop.
The various areas for entertaining provide for a variety of event set-ups for both large parties and special events. The Terrace Kitchen, led by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, has a wide range of great menu options.
Address: 2 LEXINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK NYC 10010