There are numerous wonderful ways to enjoy New York. The theatre scene is world renowned. There are the lively Broadway musicals. You can enjoy a concert or sporting event at Madison Square Gardens. Pencil in a New York Yankees, Knicks or Giants game and remember that the US Tennis Open is held at Queens.
New York boasts an unparalleled range of department stores and boutiques, especially in Manhattan, making it a shopaholic's paradise. Central Park occupies 843 acres of the heart of the New York and acts as the place for locals and visitors to take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Some of the must-see attractions include seeing the towering Statue of Liberty and touring historical Ellis Island. Outstanding views of the city can be found from Brooklyn Bridge, or climb 1,500 feet in the Empire State Building. The prestigious Guggenheim Museum and the American Museum of Natural History are equally unmissable.
New York's history as a base for immigrants has diversified the city's cuisine. The city is famous for its bagels, New-York style pizza and cheesecake. In one day you could experience the real New York with a pretzel or a hot dog from one of the thousands of street vendors before trying haute cuisine in one of the most diverse selections of fine dining options in the country.
Horizons as wide as they come
Four Seasons Hotel
A remarkably impressive hotel
Hotel Plaza Athenee
Madison Avenue, Manhatten
The Sanctuary Hotel
A discreet boutique hotel
The Setai Fifth Avenue
Wonderfully spacious and immaculately designed
Sophisticated and minimalist
Crosby Street Hotel
The most prestigious thoroughfare in the neighborhood
The Muse Hotel
A popular choice for visitors to the city
A luxurious mixture of old world charm and modern comforts
The jewel in the crown
Gramercy Park Hotel
Sitting in the heart of Manhattan
Ritz Carlton Central Park
Overlooking Central Park