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Local NYC Attractions

Stay Steps From The Empire State Building, Ground Zero, & More

New York City’s history and intensity meet at our hotel. Walk only three blocks to view the city from the top of the Empire State Building, wander around at the Rockefeller Center, or sightsee iconic attractions. Great restaurants, Macy’s department store, the Museum of Modern Art, NoMad and Madison Square Garden are all within easy reach. Recognize those who saved lives and pay respects at the Ground Zero Twin Towers Memorial; take in Central Park’s natural beauty and fresh air, or enjoy a baseball game at the New York Yankees Stadium. There’s something for everyone in NYC!

Empire State Building

Sightseeing in New York City simply must include a visit to this iconic, 102-story Art Deco skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan.

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Yankee Stadium

An American classic located in Concourse, the Bronx, the home field for Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees and Major League Soccer’s New York City FC. 

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Citi Field

Home to the New York Mets of Major League Baseball, Citi Field features incredible sightlines, impressive amenities, and exceptional comfort. 

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Macy's Department Store

Established in 1858, this is the Great American Department Store and an iconic piece of American history. 

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Saks 5th Ave

This unbelievably sophisticated and iconic New York department store carries everything from designer apparel, shoes, handbags, and jewelry to accessories and home goods.

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Also known as Madison Square North, this neighborhood was once a cluster of wholesale stores set along Broadway, but has become a center for luxury condo buildings, high-class hotels, trendy bars, popular lounges and chic restaurants.

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Ground Zero

The impact of seeing the 9/11 Memorial and Museum live is incomparable.

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Jacob Javits Convention Center

This large modern convention center on Eleventh Avenue in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan hosts a variety of popular local, national, and international trade shows, conventions, fairs, business events, and exhibitions.

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United Nations

This organization works to maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations, achieve government cooperation, and serve as a harmonizing force.

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Madison Square Garden

The Garden is a multipurpose indoor arena in Midtown Manhattan, perched atop Penn Station.

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Central Park

Explore 843 beautiful acres creating an impressive green oasis amid the concrete jungle that is New York City.

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Rockefeller Center

This enchanting destination may be best known for the holiday season, with its famous Christmas tree and ice-skating rink.

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Broadway Theater District

If you haven’t seen a play on Broadway, you haven’t truly experienced the theater!

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