From the Top of New York to the Subway.
Make your next vacation to New York City fun, affordable, and family-friendly with a stay at our non-smoking Manhattan hotel and you'll find no shortage of things to do. Explore the green grandeur of Central Park, the country's largest city park. Catch a basketball game or concert at Madison Square Garden. Discover the shops and trendy-chic restaurants of SoHo. Take a cruise around South Street Seaport and visit the Statue of Liberty. It's all awaiting you here in the Big Apple. Below are just a few highlights to whet your appetite.
Times Square - More than 100 years old, Times Square was given an extreme makeover a decade ago and now is awash in neon signs and big retail outlets. Ride a ferris wheel inside the enormous Toys R Us, watch the rotating ads on the 37-foot-high Times Square Jumbo-tron in the world. Or just stand on a corner and soak up the vibrant New York street scene. For more information
New Museum - The latest architectural addition to New York's renowned museum, arts, and cultural venues, the New Museum was founded in 1977 and moved to its avant garde home in the Bowery District in 2008. Housed inside a series of stacked white boxes made of shimmering aluminum mesh, New Museum offers bold rotating exhibits of contemporary art.
Central Park - New York City's Central Park, designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead, is a magnificent spread of 843 green acres that offer sports and recreation venues, outdoor stages and performance facilities, miles of walking and horse-drawn carriage paths, and attractions that include the Central Park Zoo, the Children's Zoo, and the Wollman Ice-Skating Rink
Empire State Building - One of New York City most popular historic landmarks, the Empire State Building rises 1,050 feet above Manhattan, offering visitors a bird's eye view of the entire island and beyond. The Observatory on the 86th floor, reached by elevator, features a glass-enclosed pavilion from which you can take in all the sights and sounds of New York far below.
Madison Square Garden - Big City entertainment makes its home at Madison Square Garden, where you can catch the NBA's New York Knicks basketball and the NHL's New York Rangers hockey. This is also the place to see big name performers in action-everyone from Lady Gaga to Andrea Bocelli-as well as classic shows such as the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular.
Theater District - The Great White Way, located between 6th and 8th Avenues and 53rd and 42nd Streets is where dozens of Broadway and off-Broadway shows make their home. Tickets for day-of-show performances (if available) can often be purchased at a discount at the kiosk in Times Square, 47th and Broadway.
Rockefeller Center - Located between 48th and 51st Streets in New York City, Rockefeller Center is a shopping and restaurant hub and home to the famous NYC skating rink and Christmas tree in winter. It's a great spot to take a break and see Manhattan at its finest.
Bronx Zoo - Featuring more than 4,000 animals, the world-famous Bronx Zoo delights kids and adults alike. Get up close to gorillas in the Congo Gorilla Forest, spot snow leopards in the Himalayan Highlands Habitat walk through an indoor Asian rain forest.
Statue of Liberty - A gift of friendship from the people of France in 1886, Lady Liberty is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy throughout the world. Visitors to the Statue of Liberty go by way of the Ellis Island Ferry, which also allows you to take in the sights on Liberty Island as well as the spectacular Ellis Island Immigration museum.
Yankee Stadium - The House That Ruth Built is one of New York City's most beloved landmarks, boasting players that are among baseball's legends. Take yourself out to the ballgame for a day you'll never forget.
Mets Stadium- For those that love the Big Apple's other team, never miss a second on the field or in the stands.