While proof of vaccination is not required to check-in to a New York City Hotel, it is now required at indoor dining restaurants. This policy, enacted via mayoral executive order and a health department order, launched August 16, 2021 and enforcement of this new city-wide directive begins on September 13, 2021. 
Pursuant to this, if you wish to visit any of our dining outlets, which include the Grand Salon, please be advised that you will be required to show proof of vaccination and valid photo ID upon entering these venues. Note that children 5 years and under accompanying vaccinated parents/guardians who present the necessary documentation may enter but will be required to wear a face mask while not seated at a table. Thank you in advance for your attention to this. 


the grand salon

Grand Salon

Days debut with pastries on its central marble table; evenings begin when the circle of champagne bottles appears in a bright silver vasque; nights end with craft cocktails in cut-crystal tumblers.

Whirring white-hot with a sense of secrecy, this is the hotel’s humming heart. 

The interior of the Baccarat bar

The Bar

Beguiling and provocative, mysterious and offbeat, The Bar plays the foil to the adjacent Grand Salon. 

Afternoon Tea | Baccarat Hotel New York

Afternoon Tea

Specialty blends of tea brewed by our Tea Sommelier paired with chef-selected canapés and petit fours.

In-Room Dining

In-Room Dining

Whether enjoying a luxurious caviar and Champagne moment or a welcoming comfort dish prepared just to your liking, enjoy elevated in-room dining experiences from the hotel’s two-Michelin-starred Culinary Director, Gabriel Kreuther.

A bucket of ice with campagne and wine bottles

Private Events

We look forward to helping you plan your next event at Baccarat Hotel New York. To let our expert hosts begin assisting you, please contact us directly at NYSales@baccarathotels.com.