Plaza Hotel Celebrates Home Alone 2 With Kevin McAllister Experience

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. It’s been 25 years since Kevin McAllister wreaked havoc on the Plaza Hotel in Home Alone 2. And now you can, too.To celebrate its prominent role in the 1992 film, Midtown Manhattan’s famed luxury lodging is offering fans the opportunity to “Live Like Kevin.”Rates start at $895 (only slightly less than the $967 Kevin spent on room service). That includes an interactive photo booth, a paint can with all five Home Alone DVDs (lucky you!), an exclusively themed backpack, and one in-room “over-the-top ice cream sundae, just like Kevin had.”Flash your dad’s Visa card for the ultimate McAllister upgrades*, like express passes to the top of the Empire State Building, access to Wollman Rink in Central Park, a four-hour limo tour, and personal vacation photographer.Live Like Kevin at the Plaza Hotel (via Plaza Hotel)Guests are also invited to dine in the Plaza’s Todd English Food Hall, which will be serving a ’90s-inspired menu with “upscale versions” of childhood favorites SpaghettiOs, Lunchables, Funyuns, Sunny Delight, and more.The Home Alone package will be available to book starting Dec. 1, and runs through Oct. 29, 2018.After accidentally leaving eight-year-old Kevin home alone during Christmas vacation, you’d think the McAllisters would be more vigilant about their children.No such luck: Now 10, Kevin gets separated from his family at the airport and mistakenly boards a flight bound for New York City—not the intended destination of Florida.Uh oh (via 20th Century Fox)The sequel to an American classic, Home Alone 2 stars Macaulay Culkin as cunning Kevin, and sees Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern reprise their roles as the Wet Sticky Bandits.While you’re in town, why not visit some of the movie’s other New York filming locations?Nearby, you’ll find the Grand Army Plaza (where Kevin reunites with Marv and Harry) and Van Cleef and Arpels (the sight of some burglar-slaying scheming). Unfortunately, FAO Schwarz—the IRL Duncan’s Toy Chest—closed its doors in 2015.*Donald Trump cameo not guaranteedlast_img

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