Top Reasons to Visit The Milford NYC
- When the hotel first opened in 1928, it was the city’s largest hotel, with 1,300 rooms. It’s still one of the city’s biggest even today, and few rival its location close to the city’s biggest attractions.
- You’ll find it right in Midtown, just one block from Times Square and a few blocks from the Empire State Building and the most popular neighborhoods such as Hell’s Kitchen, Soho, Tribeca, and Greenwich Village.
- A multilingual concierge is available to help you book sightseeing tours, find the coolest places to eat, and score hard-to-get Broadway show tickets.
- Navigating the city on the subway system is a breeze. The Milford NYC is just two blocks from the 42nd Street Port Authority Bus Terminal and four blocks from Grand Central Terminal. If you need help getting around, the concierge can set you on the right course.
- Bright-white bedspreads and furnishings and walls painted in vibrant oranges, blues, and yellows give the guest rooms an energetic-and-clean feel.
Times Square, Manhattan: Flashy Neon Lights and World-Class Culture
Times Square is located at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The famous address—affectionately known as “the Crossroads of the World”—is home to hypnotizing billboards, giant wraparound news tickers, and the neon lights of Broadway. Beyond the glitz and gimmicks, there are a number of world-class cultural offerings in the area, ranging from museums to Michelin-rated restaurants. Buildings of historical and architectural interest include the Paramount Building and One Times Square—site of the annual New Year's Eve ball drop.
Nearby, The Museum of Modern Art houses a trove of masterpieces including Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night, Claude Monet's Water Lilies, and Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans. Save time for a stroll through the museum's outdoor sculpture garden, where dazzling installations are clustered around sparkling reflecting pools. About a mile north of Times Square, the David H. Koch Theater is home to one of the world’s foremost dance companies—the New York City Ballet, which stages contemporary works as well as classics such as Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.
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