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Within a four-minute walk of our hotel, you’ll find this vibrant 9.6-acre green space, which frequently hosts concerts and events. The famous marble façade of the New York Public Library stands at its east end.
Grand Central Terminal
Whether you’ve got a train to catch or not, this historic landmark of Beaux-Arts architecture is worth a visit. Stop by to see its famous information booth clock and restored overhead mural, then check out more than 90 shops and restaurants within the sprawling structure.
The Empire State Building
Stand at the top of the city when you ascend to the observation deck of this iconic 102-story skyscraper. World-famous since its construction in 1931, the Art Deco structure remains one of the city’s unmissable landmarks.
NYC’s most opulent shopping district awaits around a mile north of our hotel, where designer brands like Hermès, Tom Ford, Chanel, Barneys New York, Prada, and other fashion houses line the street.
The Bar Downstairs and Kitchen
Located inside the nearby Andaz 5th Avenue, this sophisticated hangout spot is the place to go for Instagram-worthy cocktails and mouth-watering, globally-inspired tapas created by Executive Chef Christian Clark.
Bryant Park Grille
Dine alfresco by the New York Public Library at this refined Parisian-style restaurant, which serves up elevated brunch fare as well as entrees like wild mushroom ravioli and charcoal-grilled filet mignon. The wine and whiskey selections are extensive.
Blending the culinary traditions of Cuba and China, this bright, charming eatery evokes the heyday of Havana’s Chinatown with shrimp empanadas, Cuban pork with fried rice, and inventive cocktails.
The Lookup Rooftop
Gaze up at the Empire State Building from this hip rooftop bar, where visitors sip cocktails and share Koreatown popcorn enhanced with Korean chili powder and micro cilantro.
The so-called “Crossroads of the World” is both undeniably touristy and a must-see stop for shopping, dining, and concertgoing in the buzzing center of the city. Catch a long-running Broadway show, stop to enjoy a jazz concert, or just snap photos beneath the Square’s giant billboards.
Madame Tussauds New York
Pose alongside lifelike wax sculptures of celebrities and superheroes at one of Times Square’s major attractions, which now features 3D and interactive experiences along with its famous wax figures.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
This modern cabinet of curiosities is a huge collection of strange artifacts, offbeat sculptures, and interactive exhibits in Times Square. Some of the older objects in their collection are said to have been owned by the chain’s original founder and showman, Robert Ripley.
Home to Art Deco landmarks like 30 Rockefeller Plaza and entertainment icons like Radio City Music Hall, this historic complex is known for its skating rink and annual Christmas tree lighting. Head to the Top of the Rock observation deck for unbeatable views of its architecture.