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Hotel at a Glance: 4.5-Star Top-Secret Midtown Manhattan Hotel
Stay within a mile of Grand Central Station, Times Square, Rockefeller Plaza, and Radio City Music Hall when you book at this top-secret, 4.5-star name-brand hotel. The staff here can help you find navigate your NYC visit, from finding the perfect restaurant in the surrounding neighborhoods to securing tickets for a Broadway show.
- Enjoy gourmet dishes at the onsite bistro, which serves lunch and dinner, as well as brunch on the weekends.
- Grab a drink at the onsite lounge. It’s also a great spot to relax with a morning cup of coffee.
- In-room amenities include 37-inch flat-screen TVs, complimentary WiFi, contemporary art, and city views.
- Included perk: a free continental breakfast is served daily until 9:30 a.m.
- AAA Rating: 4 diamonds
Midtown Manhattan: Iconic Sights and Shops Along Fifth Avenue
Midtown East refers to a 17-block stretch of central Manhattan between Fifth Avenue and the East River. The area is known for some of New York’s most famous landmarks, including Rockefeller Center—home to the iconic outdoor ice-skating rink, the Today show, and Saturday Night Live—and Grand Central Terminal, the world’s sixth-most-visited tourist attraction. Though in recent years Grand Central has filled with upscale restaurants and shops, it still serves as a major transportation hub with subway lines and Metro trains heading all over the city.
A stroll down Fifth Avenue is a world-renowned shopping experience: the street is filled with luxury boutiques and flagship department stores, including the original Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman. For a little tranquility in the middle of the city, follow Fifth up to the southeast corner of Central Park. Just a few feet off the street is the Pond, which is spanned by a stone bridge. A little farther north, you’ll find the heart of Central Park Zoo.
Another New York landmark towers over Madison Avenue, opposite Rockefeller Center and the 24-foot-tall Atlas statue out front. The late 19th-century neo-Gothic St. Patrick’s Cathedral occupies an entire city block and holds Mass more than 2,400 times every year.