Area Attractions

Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Grayson Hotel gives you the freedom to experience the city that never sleeps like never before. Grab a picnic and catch a summer concert in Bryant Park. From your hotel room, ring in the New Year by watching the iconic ball drop in Times Square. See the latest art exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) or wander through lush gardens along the High Line and take in the scenic views.

Grayson Hotel

30 West 39th St
New York, New York, United States, 10018



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Bryant Park Horizontal View
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Empire State View

The Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is one of the world’s most iconic buildings. Visitors to the 102-story Art Deco skyscraper can learn about its long history and unique design before heading up to the two observatories to enjoy the unforgettable panoramic views.

Times Square

This famous NYC landmark is the city’s most popular tourist destination. Located in the heart of the vibrant Theater District, it’s close to over 40 historic theaters featuring spectacular Broadway blockbusters, bold new musicals, and experimental Off-Broadway productions.

The Shed at Hudson Yards

The Shed is a modern cultural institution located near the iconic Vessel at Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s West Side. The exciting art center features innovative artworks across various genres, including hip hop, classical music, painting, and sculpture.

Stephen A. Schwarzman Building

Connect with Manhattan’s rich history at this magnificent Beaux-Arts building--New York Public Library’s flagship location. Featured in the first Ghostbusters movie, the library is home to around 15 million items ranging from medieval manuscripts to modern novels.


Spend a day marveling at modern and contemporary art at the Museum of Modern Art, a must-see midtown attraction. You’ll discover almost 200,00 thought-provoking works from greats like Monet, Andy Warhol, and Frida Kahlo, as well as up-and-coming artists.

Outdoor Recreation

Bryant Park

This lush park, a block from the hotel, is a hive of activity year-round. In summer, it’s home to food stalls, concerts, and movie nights, while in winter, you’ll find a European-style holiday market, cozy igloos, an ice rink, and a giant Christmas Tree.

The High Line

The High Line is a 1.43-meter aerial walkway built on an old rail line along Manhattan’s West Side. Stroll through lush gardens, linger at the 22nd Street Seating Steps, or dip your toes in the water at the Diller - von Furstenberg Sundeck.

Central Park

This vast urban park is perfect for exploring any time of year. Discover a century-old carousel or rent a rowboat at the Loeb Boathouse. Visit Belvedere Castle, which boasts some of the best views of the skyline, and Cleopatra’s Needle, the city’s oldest outdoor monument.

Governor’s Island

For a distinctly unique New York City experience, take the ferry to Governor’s Island, a 172-acre island in New York Harbor. Explore the historic Fort Jay and fun installations like Slide Hill and Hammock Grove. You can rent bicycles and enjoy seven miles of car-free biking.

Local Restaurants

Keens Steakhouse

This award-winning chophouse that dates to 1885 has a legendary reputation for serving the best prime rib, porterhouse, and mutton chop. The historic midtown restaurant features the world’s largest collection of smoking pipes, which once belonged to the likes of Albert Einstein and Baby Ruth.


Enjoy a fun and sophisticated dining experience at this upscale restaurant in the Bryant Park Hotel, steps from the Empire State Building. It offers a unique take on Japanese cuisine and features an inventive cocktail menu.