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NYC Area Guide at a Glance

Explore the Big Apple. Our friendly staff will help guide you in the right direction. There’s so much to do in NYC! Take advantage of our complimentary 24-hour ConZerge service to help you personalize your trip. Our area guide lists incredible places you can visit in New York City.

Times Square

Times Square is known as the “crossroads of the world” because it is the most important intersection in midtown Manhattan. Approximately 335,000 people pass through here every day. The theaters of Broadway are located in Times Square, and it is where the ball is dropped every New Year’s Eve.

Union Square

Union Square is a popular meeting place, because of its central location in Manhattan and nearby subway routes. On the periphery of the square, there are many bars and restaurants. Small family farmers sell a large variety of fruits, vegetables, and other farm products here. The surrounding streets of Union Square have some of the city's most renowned restaurants.

Central Park

Central Park, the most visited urban park in the United States, opened in 1857. Visitors to Central Park will want to check out Belvedere Castle, Central Park Zoo, and Strawberry Fields. There are too many amazing attractions to list! Visitors can also engage in recreational activities like running, biking, swimming, and ice skating. At Central Park, there truly is something for everyone. This 843-acre park is a hallmark of New York City.

Liberty State Park

Ferry service is provided from Liberty State Park to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. There are many miles of walkways for walking, jogging, biking, and rollerblading. You’ll be able to observe plenty of wildlife, so bring your camera. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the Manhattan skyline and view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island offer a magnificent view to visitors. The Liberty Science Center provides opportunities for science exploration and boasts the world’s largest IMAX dome theater.

Washington Square Arch

Build in 1789, Washington Square Arch was modeled after the Arc de Triomphe. This arch celebrates the 100th anniversary of George Washington’s inauguration as President of the United States. Visitors will enjoy seeing this historical monument.

China Town

China Town is a great place to find bargains and an excellent way to experience the Chinese culture and foods without leaving New York City. See the hustle and bustle of NYC in China Town! The excitement is palpable, making China Town a popular destination in New York City.

Little Italy

Little Italy brings Italy to NYC with its cobblestoned streets and authentic Italian cuisine. Visitors will enjoy the shops, which feature things like hand-crafted Italian toys and souvenirs. With nearly 20 different shops and many restaurants, Little Italy brings the sights, sounds, and tastes of Italy to NYC.

Sothy’s Spa

When you finish exploring New York City, go to Sothy’s Spa to enjoy a specialized healing art massage. The spa offers massages, facials, and esthetic services. You can even treat yourself to a new look at the salon while you sip on a fresh fruit smoothie from the juice bar! Earn discounts when you book an appointment through ConZerge.

Sports Arenas & Convention Centers

We put you within walking or a short driving distance to all of the area’s best sports and convention centers. Our sports fans and corporate guests love our convenient location!

  • Bow Tie Cinemas Zeigfield Theater
  • Nokia Theater
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
  • MetLife Stadium
  • Yankee Stadium
  • Citi Field

Universities & Colleges

The world-renowned Julliard School is just over 1 mile from our premises. Guests who are touring colleges or visiting loved ones who are attending will appreciate our central location. New York is known for its excellence in higher education.

  • The Julliard School
  • Fashion Institute of Technology
  • New York University
  • Columbia University
  • Fordham University