When you walk into one particular room at the Plaza Hotel you will instantly feel transported to the late 1950s and early 1960s. There’s a reason for that.

The new Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Suite is inspired by lead character Midge Maisel's Upper West Side apartment.  

"The Plaza at that time period was so much in that golden age of entertainment. We were the epicenter, so it just was this perfect partnership to bring Midge's aesthetic to life," said Crystal Laurence, director of sales and marketing at the Plaza. 

The new Maisel experience at the Plaza celebrates the launch of the show's fourth season. A stay at the suite includes a stop at the Warren Tricomi Salon to get a Midge makeover.

The partnership is also special for the Plaza because the show filmed parts of the new season at the hotel. The one-bedroom suite is full of furnishings similar to what's seen in the show. 

Guests who book the room will also have access to a closet full of Midge's clothes, complete with coats and accessories. The "Midge Menu" at the Palm Court features a three-tiered afternoon tea setup with a spin on some New York classics, including a pastrami tea sandwich and a classic black-and-white cookie macaron. 

"I want them to feel home, home away from home almost — but in a paradise setting, very luxurious, want them to feel taken care of," said Matthew Lambie, who is the the executive pastry chef at the Plaza. 

The Midge Menu is available through March 13th, while the suite is available through April 10th. Living like Midge will cost you, however. The price of a stay at in the suite starts at $1,675 per night.