THINGS TO DO IN NYC
Theater, Shopping, & History All Near Our NYC Hotel
Manhattan’s Theater District, also referred to around the world simply as Broadway, is where theatrical magic happens. It is where almost all of the major Broadway theaters are located, as well as numerous shops, restaurants and attractions. This area of Midtown Manhattan stretches from West 40th Street to West 54th Street and from Sixth Avenue to Eight Avenue. Broadway, the namesake street, runs diagonal through the district.
Macy’s Herald Square
Macy's, established in 1858, is the Great American Department Store: an iconic retailing brand with over 740 stores coast-to-coast. Macy's Herald Square offers a first-class selection of top fashion and beauty brands including Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Clinique, Estee Lauder and Levis. In addition, Macy's sells a wide variety of housewares, gifts and furniture.
Rich in fashion history, the Garment District (also known as the Garment Center and Fashion District), is home to the majority of New York’s fashion showrooms, internationally recognized and emerging designers and retail wholesalers—some of which sell to the public. Today, you will still find well-dressed design assistants scurrying down the crowded streets wheeling garment-filled rolling racks.
In the recent decades, the neighborhood of Chelsea has emerged as a lively, hip and socially diverse area in Manhattan. Stretching from 30th Street south to 14th Street and the Hudson River to Sixth Avenue, Chelsea is home to some of Manhattan’s most popular attractions including High Line Park, Upright Citizens Brigade, Chelsea Piers and Chelsea Market. Though mostly residential, there are excellent local eateries sprinkled throughout the neighborhood. Chelsea is also recognized as the art center of New York with over 200 art galleries.