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Midtown Manhattan / Central Park / 5th Ave.
The 102-story building between West 33rd and 34th offers awe-inspiring views of Manhattan from the Observation Deck.
Chrysler Building1.2 MILES AWAY
The former world’s tallest building still stands as an icon of 1930’s art deco for office space in the city.
Central Park1.9 MILES AWAY
The most iconic patch of grass in the world features hand-carved horses and one of the largest carousels in the country.
Guggenheim Museum4 MILES AWAY
Tour this unique facility designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and featuring large collections of paintings, sculptures and architecture exhibits.
Lower Manhattan / Financial District / SoHo
SoHo2.4 MILES AWAY
Learn about this lofty neighborhood through its art galleries and drawing centers. Little ones won’t shy away from learning at the Children’s Museum of the Arts.
Little Italy3 MILES AWAY
With only a few Italian restaurants and stores, guests will immediately love that this neighborhood is the real deal.
9/11 Memorial3.4 MILES AWAY
Pay your respects at this touching tribute located at the World Trade Center complex.
Chinatown2.9 MILES AWAY
Chinatown is just south of Little Italy, but the shopping, food and entertainment is so authentic that it feels like the edge of the Eastern world.
Flatiron / NoMad District / Korea Town
Koreatown0.3 MILES AWAY
One of the best places in the country for authentic Korean food and a fun getaway for shopping, photoshoots and karaoke.
NoMad District0.3 MILES AWAY
Walk streets steeped in history, from marble churches to modern museums, just north of Madison Square Garden and the Flatiron District.
Madison Square Park0.7 MILES AWAY
Your refreshing escape into nature near the Flatiron Building, with art sculptures and dog runs along the way.
Flatiron District0.7 MILES AWAY
A small neighborhood surrounding the Flatiron Building and packed with restaurants, bars, beauty spas and boutiques.
Theatre District / Times Square / Hell’s Kitchen
Bryant Park0.6 MILES AWAY
Unwind from the city bustle at Bryant Park. Enjoy chess, backgammon, reading, and for the kids, carousel rides.
Times Square1.1 MILES AWAY
One of the biggest tourist destinations in the world and your first pitstop for food, fun and the true New York experience.
Broadway2.2 MILES AWAY
A theatre for world-class musicals and plays with a reputation around the world that precedes itself.
Carnegie Hall1.6 MILES AWAY
The quintessential concert venue in Midtown Manhattan for classical music aficionados.
West Village / Greenwich Village
High Line1.2 MILES AWAY
Stroll through this Manhattan park that was built along the water and over a historic freight rail line.
Stonewall1.5 MILES AWAY
The National Historic Landmark and bar that sparked a movement is less than two miles away.
Washington Square Park1.4 MILES AWAY
Find avant-garde artists, historic cemeteries and daily games of chess in this Greenwich Village park.
The Comedy Cellar1.8 MILES AWAY
Every comedian looking to make a name for themselves starts with a nightly show at The Comedy Cellar.
Brooklyn Bridge Park6.1 MILES AWAY
A beautiful 85-acre waterfront park on the Brooklyn’s East River with several scenic pier paths and views of Pebble Beach.
Statue of Liberty5 MILES AWAY
Take a ferry to Ellis Island and tour the nation’s foremost symbol and statue.
Coney Island19 MILES AWAY
Attend the annual hot dog eating contest, sun tan on Manhattan Beach or see the sea up-close at the New York Aquarium.
Staten Island21 MILES AWAY
A new world of shopping, dining and water activities open up 45 minutes south of Hyatt Herald Square New York.