Hotel at a Glance: Best Western Plus Hospitality House Suites
Best Western Plus Hospitality House Suites offers spacious, apartment-style accommodations in Midtown Manhattan. From the hotel, you can walk to a number of New York City landmarks—both Times Square and Rockefeller Center are within a mile—as well as the fashionable boutiques and restaurants along Fifth Avenue. It’s just as easy to explore more distant neighborhoods: the subway is around the corner, and Grand Central Terminal is a 10-minute walk away.
- Fully equipped kitchens with full-sized refrigerators and freezers, microwaves, stoves, ovens, and dishwashers
- Complimentary hot breakfast: made-to-order Belgian waffles, eggs, meat, pastries, and fruit
- Outdoor garden deck: a nice spot to enjoy the hotel's complimentary tea and coffee
- Scores of award-winning restaurants are within walking distance.
Midtown East, Manhattan: Famous Landmarks and Luxury Department Stores
Midtown East is situated in central Manhattan, bounded by Fifth Avenue to the west and the East River. The neighborhood contains some of New York’s most famous landmarks, including Rockefeller Center—home to the Today Show and _Saturday Night Live_—and Grand Central Terminal, an ornate railroad station constructed in the early 20th century. In recent years, the station has become a popular tourist spot filled with upscale restaurants and boutiques, but it still serves as a major transportation hub where you can catch subway lines, metro trains, and ziplines heading all over the city.
Walk a few blocks east to the United Nations Visitors Centre to take a guided or audio tour of the UN headquarters. During the 45- to 60-minute tours, you’ll visit the General Assembly Hall and learn about the history of the UN through multimedia exhibits.
No trip to Manhattan is complete without a stroll down Fifth Avenue, a world-famous shopping thoroughfare lined with luxury boutiques and department stores, including the original Saks Fifth Avenue. If you follow Fifth Avenue north, you’ll eventually pass Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.