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hotel property management companies






    management companies
  • (Management company) A company responsible for the daily operations of a resort. This company is usually contracted by the homeowners association.

  • (Management Company) The company responsible for maintaining the main structure, landscaped areas and common areas of apartment buildings including lifts, stairs, receptions and hallways. Each apartment owner will pay a service charge to the management company for their service.

  • (Management company) The firm that organises, manages, and administers a fund.

  • A company that is set up to manage a group of properties, a mutual fund, an investment fund, etc





    hotel property
  • (Hotel Properties) the real property, buildings, attached equipment and leasehold interests in Domain Hotel Properties properties. This excludes the hotel businesses as described under "The Hotel Portfolio - Property Descriptions".











Hotel Plaza Athénée New York




Hotel Plaza Athénée New York





Plaza Athenee New York
37 East 64th Street at Madison Ave,
New York, NY 10065

The lobby with registration to the right and concierge straight ahead.
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Built in 1927 as the Hotel Alrae, the landmark building became the Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York in 1984. The architect was George F. Pelham. The hotel has undergone two multi-million dollar refurbishment projects in recent years – the first was completed in 1994, and the second in 2010.

Felix Rohatyn, the powerful partner at Wall Street firm, Lazard Freres & Co., lived at the Hotel Alrae for five years in the 1970s.

The blond actress Miriam Hopkins died in her room at the Hotel Alrae in 1972


In June 1981 - Trusthouse Forte whose holdings included the Westbury on East 69th Street, and the TraveLodge chain, bought and renovated the elderly Alrae Hotel. According to Albert Gelardi, president of Trusthouse Forte’s American subsidiary, the decision to acquire the Alrae was prompted by its loss of the lease to manage the luxury Pierre Hotel. The Alrae was owned by Richard Berger.

Following the reconstruction, the 161-room 16-story hotel opened in 1984 and was named the Plaza Athenee, after Trusthouse Forte’s Paris hotel of the same name, and was expected to have room rates of $150 and up.

The Alrae’s former restaurant – Chateau Henry IV – was transformed by Chef Daniel Boulud into the opulent and critically acclaimed Le Regence. Boulud arrived at the Plaza Athenee from the Westbury Hotel’s Polo Lounge which at that time was also owned by Forte Hotels. Waiters used silver domes, silver rolling carts and chariot carts to serve the nouvelle cuisine.

In 1995 Trusthouse Forte managed the following hotels in the U.S.: Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York, The Iberville, New Orleans. The Palace, Philadelphia. The Pavillon, Miami. Plaza of the Americas, Dallas. The Westbury, New York.

In January 1996 The Forte Group faced a hostile takeover from the British TV company Granada.

In 1997 the 153-room Plaza Athenee was sold by Forte Hotels PLC to the Plaza Athenee Hotel Corp. Ltd. For $68,800,000 ($450,000 per room).

As of March 1997 the Plaza Athenee New York is owned and operated by the Plaza Athenee Hotel Company Limited, a subsidiary of TCC Property Management Company Limited – which also owns the Hotel Plaza Athenee Bangkok. TCC Property Management is owned by Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, a billionaire Thailand liquor distributor.

Jones Lang La Salle Hotels is the asset management at the Hotel Plaza Athenee.

Arabelle is the Hotel Plaza Athenee’s in-house restaurant serving modern American cuisine focused on quality ingredients from local and certified organic farms.

The hotel has undergone two multi-million dollar refurbishment projects in recent years – the first was completed in 1994, and the second in 2010. The latest renovation used the architectural firm of Stephen B. Jacobs Group and affiliate interior design firm of Andi Pepper Interior Design. The were given the task of reinterpreting the French Classic style in a younger and more contemporary idiom. Great care was taken to ensure that the renovation respected the architectural tradition of the 1927 masterpiece, including the restoration of the elegant canvas mural that dominates the hotel’s lobby.











Hotel Plaza Athénée New York




Hotel Plaza Athénée New York





Plaza Athenee New York
37 East 64th Street at Madison Ave,
New York, NY 10065

The elevator foyer
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Built in 1927 as the Hotel Alrae, the landmark building became the Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York in 1984. The architect was George F. Pelham. The hotel has undergone two multi-million dollar refurbishment projects in recent years – the first was completed in 1994, and the second in 2010.

Felix Rohatyn, the powerful partner at Wall Street firm, Lazard Freres & Co., lived at the Hotel Alrae for five years in the 1970s.

The blond actress Miriam Hopkins died in her room at the Hotel Alrae in 1972

In June 1981 - Trusthouse Forte whose holdings included the Westbury on East 69th Street, and the TraveLodge chain, bought and renovated the elderly Alrae Hotel. According to Albert Gelardi, president of Trusthouse Forte’s American subsidiary, the decision to acquire the Alrae was prompted by its loss of the lease to manage the luxury Pierre Hotel. The Alrae was owned by Richard Berger.

Following the reconstruction, the 161-room 16-story hotel opened in 1984 and was named the Plaza Athenee, after Trusthouse Forte’s Paris hotel of the same name, and was expected to have room rates of $150 and up.

The Alrae’s former restaurant – Chateau Henry IV – was transformed by Chef Daniel Boulud into the opulent and critically acclaimed Le Regence. Boulud arrived at the Plaza Athenee from the Westbury Hotel’s Polo Lounge which at that time was also owned by Forte Hotels. Waiters used silver domes, silver rolling carts and chariot carts to serve the nouvelle cuisine.

In 1995 Trusthouse Forte managed the following hotels in the U.S.: Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York, The Iberville, New Orleans. The Palace, Philadelphia. The Pavillon, Miami. Plaza of the Americas, Dallas. The Westbury, New York.

In January 1996 The Forte Group faced a hostile takeover from the British TV company Granada.

In 1997 the 153-room Plaza Athenee was sold by Forte Hotels PLC to the Plaza Athenee Hotel Corp. Ltd. For $68,800,000 ($450,000 per room).

As of March 1997 the Plaza Athenee New York is owned and operated by the Plaza Athenee Hotel Company Limited, a subsidiary of TCC Property Management Company Limited – which also owns the Hotel Plaza Athenee Bangkok. TCC Property Management is owned by Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, a billionaire Thailand liquor distributor.

Jones Lang La Salle Hotels is the asset management at the Hotel Plaza Athenee.

Arabelle is the Hotel Plaza Athenee’s in-house restaurant serving modern American cuisine focused on quality ingredients from local and certified organic farms.

The hotel has undergone two multi-million dollar refurbishment projects in recent years – the first was completed in 1994, and the second in 2010. The latest renovation used the architectural firm of Stephen B. Jacobs Group and affiliate interior design firm of Andi Pepper Interior Design. The were given the task of reinterpreting the French Classic style in a younger and more contemporary idiom. Great care was taken to ensure that the renovation respected the architectural tradition of the 1927 masterpiece, including the restoration of the elegant canvas mural that dominates the hotel’s lobby.










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