The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York Reveals Diwali Festivities & ‘Bright Lights, Luxe City Package’

The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York, steps from Central Park, will celebrate its rich cultural heritage during the month of October honoring Diwali, the annual Festival of Lights which marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year and is associated with Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity.

Gather family and friends to join special month-long festivities at The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York, including the October-only pop-up; ‘Jamsetji Tata Afternoon Tea’, named for the founder of TATA Group, a Diwali inspired ‘Bright Lights, Luxe City Package’, as well as tempting Diwali treats and sweets prepared by Executive Chef Ashfer Biju and Executive Pastry Chef Michael Mignano; which pair with Diwali-inspired cocktails and Diwali décor at Two E Bar/Lounge.

To usher in a memorable year in grand style, the Diwali inspired, two-night ‘Bright Lights, Luxe City Package’ is a must.  Exclusively for guests staying in one of its 11 award-winning Grand Suites, these distinctive luxe suites feature gracious living rooms, dining rooms with adjoining kitchens, sumptuous master bedrooms and gleaming marble bathrooms. Every Grand Suite has the option to enjoy the personalized services of a dedicated Taj Royal Attaché who treats guests as if they are true royalty. The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York’s ‘Bright Lights, Luxe City Package’ includes a two-night stay in one of our 11 Grand Suites at The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York adorned with festive in-room diyas and a rangoli. It also includes a royal Indian breakfast for two, served in-room and a Diwali welcome amenity handcrafted by Chef Biju and Chef Mignano.

Guests can also expect one VIP Diwali banquet for two served in-room at your private dining table, one specialty Jamsetji Tata Afternoon Tea for tw, daily 60 minute private yoga sessions with The Giving Tree Yoga professionals and VIP tickets for two to the Rubin Museum of Art, home to a comprehensive collection of art from the Himalayas, India and neighboring regions.

(Source: Taj Hotels)