Area Attractions

Experience the uniqueness of Manhattan when you stay at The Chatwal, our historic luxury hotel on 44th Street that puts you at the center of it all. Experience memorable adventures while exploring famous attractions, including Bryant Park and the Rockefeller Center. Be captivated by a Broadway show, dine at top restaurants and uncover the city’s hidden gems—all just steps away from our hotel near NYC’s Theater District.

The Chatwal

130 West 44th Street
New York, New York, United States, 10036



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Arts + Culture

Museum of Broadway

Learn all about the history and significant moments of NYC theater through its musicals and plays at the Museum of Broadway. An experiential venue filled with immersive and interactive exhibits located steps from Times Square in the heart of the Theater District. The hotel also offers easy access to Broadway and off-Broadway shows.

American Museum of Natural History

The acclaimed American Museum of Natural History focuses on human cultures, the natural world and the universe, from dinosaurs to diamonds, through immersive and interactive exhibitions. It also houses a planetarium and a giant film screen.

Local Restaurants

STK Steakhouse

The highly acclaimed restaurant is known for its unforgettable dining experience combining a modern steakhouse with a chic lounge. The menu includes the finest cuts of grilled meats, including Japanese Wagyu accompanied by STK’s signature butters.

Gabriel Kreuther

Gabriel Kreuther is a Michelin-starred French restaurant considered to be one of the best in New York City. Just a five-minute walk from the hotel, enjoy innovative cuisine with a combination of French, American and Alsatian influences created with NYC flair.

Outdoor Recreation

Bryant Park

This bustling, leafy park is a four-minute walk from the hotel. In addition to an artisan market, a carousel and many cafes—there’s a plethora of activities offered year-round, including concerts, juggling lessons and movie nights in the summer. A holiday market, ice skating, dining igloos and bumper cars on ice are featured in the winter.

The Rink at Rockefeller Center

Ice skating at the Rockefeller Center ice rink beneath the giant Christmas tree is a quintessential winter activity when you’re in New York City. In the spring, the rink transforms into Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace for some retro roller-skating fun for all.

The High Line

The High Line is a lush public park built on an old, elevated rail track that stretches from Hudson Yards to the Meatpacking District along Manhattan’s west side. It offers a unique perspective of New York City and features gardens, art installations and viewing platforms.

Central Park

Arguably New York City’s most famous park, Central Park is home to a multitude of story-worthy attractions, including Belvedere Castle, a bronze Alice in Wonderland sculpture, Bethesda Fountain and Strawberry Fields, the popular living memorial to the late musician John Lennon.