You Can Officially Spend Christmas Like Kevin McAllister
How old were you when you first watched Home Alone 2: Lost in New York?
Regardless of whether you were five or fifteen, one thing was for sure - you wanted to trade places with 10-year-old Kevin McAllister when he checked into that hotel in New York City after he accidentally separated from his family, who ended up in Miami.
In the sequel to the iconic 90s holiday classic Home Alone, Macaulay Culkin's character ended up staying at the legendary Plaza Hotel, where he used his father's credit card to treat himself to only the finest services and meals that the hotel offered.
Well, in case you weren't keeping track of time, Kevin's lavish NYC vacation took place 25 years ago, and now the Plaza Hotel wants to commemorate the anniversary by offering a package that will let you live it up just like him.
"In-room and throughout the hotel a variety of experiences inspired by Kevin's time over the holiday's here at The Plaza will come to life for guests to enjoy," read a statement on the hotel's website.
So what's included in the special package?
The Home Alone 2 Anniversary Room Package experience is said to be "beyond the in-room experience, guests are invited to dine in the Todd English Food Hall to taste-test a 90s inspired menu with upscale versions of childhood favorites, or to head over to the interactive photo-experience where they’ll find themselves in Kevin’s New York journey."
Each package also includes branded merchandise, an Anniversary Edition Blu-ray copy of the film, sightseeing passes, and even the same in-room sundae cart experience that Kevin treated himself to.
The Plaza's concierge team, minus Tim Curry, will help you put those sightseeing passes to good use, so you can visit some of the city's most iconic landmarks, including the Empire State Building.
Remember when Kevin rode in the limo while eating pizza and sipping juice in a wine glass? Well, you can do the same thing too, because included in the package is a limo tour with a stop at Central Park's famed Wollman ice rink.
Oh, and in case your friends don't believe that you actually paid for the experience, there will be a photographer available to accompany you while you hop around town.
However, to avoid future disappointment, you should know that neither Donald Trump nor the pigeon lady are included in the package.
As expected, the once-in-a-lifetime experience comes with a hefty price tag. Rates start at $895, which is $100 less than Kevin payed back in 1992. However, if you take inflation into account, Kevin's bill would be actually be around $1,700 today.