Four-Star Hotel in Times Square
Every year, nearly 40 million visitors flock to Times Square, making it the world’s most-visited tourist attraction according to Travel + Leisure. They come to see Broadway’s glittering neon lights, snap photos where the New Year’s Eve ball drops at One Times Square, and feel the energy of the city that never sleeps. Travelers can take in the entertainment of a Broadway Show through nearby TKTS or visit Good Morning America. The four-star Millennium Broadway Hotel New York puts you in the thick of it all—it’s located right in Times Square and within an easy walk of other New York attractions, including Grand Central Terminal and the Museum of Modern Art. It’s also near Restaurant Row, about a block from the main square, where some of the city’s best restaurants serve an eclectic array of cuisines.
The hotel’s standard guest rooms look out onto the Manhattan skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows, and superior rooms have better views from higher floors. Both have marble bathrooms and high-thread-count sheets, among other luxurious amenities. Before heading out for the day, enjoy a full breakfast buffet featuring meat, scrambled eggs, and waffles, available for purchase at the hotel’s Restaurant Charlotte. In the afternoon and evening, the lounge serves a light café menu of sandwiches, salads, and new york cheesecake.
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.