It is easy to associate Midtown with all the spectacle, huge flashing billboards around Times Square, Broadways tempting shows, concerts and cool sports events at Madison Square Garden and the classic Carnegie Hall; the most famous concert hall in New York, but there is so much more to discover.
Here are the most popular ones: Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center, Sixth Avenue, with architecture as from the ‘Mad-men’-era, the epic Grand Central Station, Madison Square Park with the very special wedge shaped Flatiron building, the name ”Flatiron” derives from its resemblance to a cast-iron clothes iron.
MoMa – The Museum of Modern Art is also located in Midtown and boasts a huge collection of 150,000 artworks, 22,000 movies and four million stills. A number of trendy rooftop bars can be found around Midtown as well as Eataly food paradiseand plenty of diners, restaurants, bars and Hells Kitchen nightclubs.
When choosing to stay in Midtown, with its large offering of hotels in various price ranges, you’ll be in walking distance to many attractions with the rest of New York easily reached by subway.
Imagine a cozy nest in the city, a place to camp, to refocus, to rest and recharge. MADE Hotel’s guest rooms are intimate retreats made for rising above the city’s round-the-clock din. Discover privacy, that elusive but oh-so-essential amenity, in a place tricked out will everything you need so you can travel light. Stay up late, turn in early, alone or together: these rooms were made for you.
Located in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, Freehand New York is housed in the former George Washington Hotel—once home to many storied writers, musicians and creatives. Designed by Roman and Williams and featuring custom-commissioned artwork by Bard College students and alumni throughout, we’re revitalizing the artistic community in a historic NY neighborhood.
The Paul features 122 spacious, residential-style guest rooms and 3 deluxe suites with loft style multi-pane windows and views of The Empire State Building and the Freedom Tower, some rooms also feature your own private outdoor patio.
Ace Hotel lives in a historic, turn-of-the-century building in Midtown , invested with the spirit of its surroundings, the culture of the city and the ancient bones of the building. Compact, stylish rooms with vintage decor offer minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add original artwork, fridges and/or turntables; some also have sitting areas.
From its terraced suites to the NYC-centric provisions of its popular Breakfast Pantry, The Roger radiates the Old World glamour of Manhattan. A fixture on Madison Avenue, this stylish boutique hotel elevates the big city experience with cozy late-afternoon wine soirees and chic Anna Busta interiors.
NoMad is housed in a turn of the century Beaux-Arts building that has been fully restored to its original grandeur with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia. The hotel is intended as a fresh take on the classic grand hotels of Europe with a distinct New York sensibility. The 168 rooms are residential in feel and decorated in his classic, timeless style.
Gracious hospitality, a rich sense of history and exceptional service await you at The Evelyn, a historic boutique hotel in the NoMad neighborhood. Madison Square Park, the Empire State Building, and Midtown are just minutes away. Our modern amenities and relaxed atmosphere, with accents that reference the rich heritage of the neighborhood and our landmarked building, will make you feel right at home in the heart of New York City.
Located North of Madison Square Park and just a short walk from the Empire State Building, Arlo Hotel NoMad has thoughtfully designed micro guest rooms with playful touches. The first two floors offer inviting communal spaces, including MASSONI “Italianish” Restaurant by Chef Dale Talde and BARlo, an innovative cocktail bar. Enjoy expansive views and custom mixed beverages from our 31st floor rooftop bar “The Heights”.
Located just steps away from 5th Avenue in the heart of Midtown and the vibrant NoMad neighborhood. Life Hotel – once the headquarters of the iconic LIFE Magazine where celebrated artists both lived and produced the publication. Our 98 guest rooms and suites pay homage to the spirit of the building’s 1894 heritage with a modern and smart twist.
Experience the city in impeccable style at our truly outstanding New York City boutique hotel. Just a short stroll from the acclaimed Empire State Building, The Gregory Hotel is the premier destination for any metropolitan vacation. Here, modern accommodations meet our rich, historical background to create an everlasting sense of charm.