At the Plaza, You Can Recreate 'Home Alone 2' This Christmas
The hotel offers a package that lets you live it up like Kevin McCallister for a night.

Ever since Home Alone 2: Lost in New York was released in 1992, I’ve dreamed of spending Christmas at The Plaza hotel maxing out credit cards on room service and taking limousine rides through New York. (I mean, who hasn't?)

Thanks to a new package celebrating the 25th anniversary of the classic Christmas movie, the hotel is inviting guests to “Live Like Kevin” and make that dream a reality-without having to go into credit card debt, of course.

In addition to a copy of the Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Anniversary DVD and a one-of-a-kind Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Anniversary backpack, guests who book the package will also to take part in an interactive photo booth experience and an epic ice cream sundae in-room, just like Kevin did.

And remember, if you can’t decide between two scoops or three, you’re not driving.

While the package doesn’t include a limousine ride around New York with a hot pizza (a crucial part of the Home Alone 2 experience, in my opinion), the hotel’s concierge team is more than happy to help make that happen, along with arranging express passes to the top of the Empire State Building and access to Wollman Rink for ice skating.


The package is available starting November 17, 2017. But don’t worry if you can’t make it to New York until next year, since it is available until October 29, 2018. Rates start from $895 and can be booked here.

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